4 Reasons to Maintain Your Fitness Routine on Holiday
A holiday is supposed to be a good time. Of course, there are ways to enjoy your holiday and still get your workouts in without feeling like it’s a chore. You should try to do at least a little exercise while you’re on holiday so that it isn’t impossible to get back into once you get home. If you’re considering scrapping the workouts altogether until you get back to town, here are a few reasons to reconsider.
The Gym Could Be the Best Destination After School is Over
As a college or even secondary school student, you likely have a lot going on during the school year. There is homework to do, essays to write, extracurriculars to attend and that isn’t even to mention eating, sleeping, and getting some entertainment into your schedule. Now that end of term is upon you, you may have a lot more time in your schedule. One of the best ways to fill that time is by starting a fitness routine.
Get the Perfect Gift for Father’s Day by Joining Dad at the Gym
It can be tough to find the right gift for your dad on Father’s Day. He probably already has the newest tech gear he wants and buying clothes can be risky since sizes always vary. You could take him out for dinner, but something that might be even more fun is doing something active together. You can both bond while getting exercise and having a great time to set the stage for a memorable Father’s Day.
Delts for days, the science behind bigger, stronger shoulders.
When it comes to dominant muscle groups regarding hypertrophy (increase in muscle size), men and women don’t always see eye to eye. One muscle group we can agree on, however, is bigger stronger shoulders.
Why passive stretching pre work out could be causing more harm than good
Back in the day, when I was in school, we were taught to passive stretch prior to any physical activity. These kinds of stretches would involve things like pulling your toes to stretch the hamstrings and holding for a minute. However, in the last 10 years or so, studies have shown this style of stretching to be potentially more harmful than helpful.