Foam Rolling Basics

No, not one of those frothy bashes where you dance around in dollops of soap foam! “Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release (SMR) technique that is used by athletes and physical therapists to inhibit overactive muscles. This form of stretching utilizes the concept...
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Sneaky ways to get exercise at the office

The word exercise comes from the Latin exercere, meaning ‘to keep busy’ or ‘at work’. Unfortunately, the majority of the working population today is chained to a desk 9am-5pm, commutes to and fro sitting down, and spends an evening in front of...
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Rest and recovery for gains

Rest and recovery are critical components of any successful training program, yet they are also the most overlooked and underutilized aspects of enhancing performance. You may or may not be aware there is a difference between rest and recovery, or how to properly...
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The Skinny on Ballet

  In our family we LOVE eating. We are by no means obese, but if we can pick between an apple and a plate of pasta, we will go with pasta every time. For a couple of years now we have been dancing around the most annoying subject in my house – ballet...
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Benefit from Yoga

Yoga practitioners have been touting yoga’s powers, both mental and physical, for thousands of years. So, is yoga the panacea that so many believe it to be? Though it certainly can’t cure all ailments, it does offer significant benefits. You don’t...
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Challenge – 30 days to awesome abs

If you’ve never seen even a ripple of muscle on your belly, and threw some envious glances at shredded gym-goers’ abs, this 1 month challenge is for you! Follow this simple workout plan for 30 days – it is suitable for men and women – where you complete a...
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Workout Nutrition 101

Gearing up to go pump some iron at the gym? Have you given some thought to what you should eat before and after a workout for maximum results. Nutritious food is your gym BFF! Let’s take a look at what you should eat around your workouts. The Basics 1. What you...
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Progress to a perfect push-up!

The push-up is the king of body-weight exercises, but not everyone can do them properly. Love it or hate it, it will never go out of style because of how effective and efficient it is – it works your chest, shoulders, triceps, biceps and core. If you’re lacking...
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Running tips for beginners

  Running is a popular exercise for getting fit and losing weight for pretty much all age groups. If you’re feeling inspired to get fit for summer, then running is one of the simplest and most rewarding sports you can do. It has, however, negative effects...
Read More

Carb Cycling for fat loss

  You may have heard the term carb cycling flung around a few times. If you’re confused, carb cycling is just this: eating more carbohydrates on some days (high carb days) to help promote muscle development, and eating less carbohydrates on other days (low...
Read More

Foam Rolling Basics

No, not one of those frothy bashes where you dance around in dollops of soap foam! “Foam rolling is a self-myofascial release (SMR) technique that is used by athletes and physical therapists to inhibit overactive muscles. This form of stretching utilizes the concept... read more

Sneaky ways to get exercise at the office

The word exercise comes from the Latin exercere, meaning ‘to keep busy’ or ‘at work’. Unfortunately, the majority of the working population today is chained to a desk 9am-5pm, commutes to and fro sitting down, and spends an evening in front of... read more

Rest and recovery for gains

Rest and recovery are critical components of any successful training program, yet they are also the most overlooked and underutilized aspects of enhancing performance. You may or may not be aware there is a difference between rest and recovery, or how to properly... read more

The Skinny on Ballet

  In our family we LOVE eating. We are by no means obese, but if we can pick between an apple and a plate of pasta, we will go with pasta every time. For a couple of years now we have been dancing around the most annoying subject in my house – ballet... read more

Benefit from Yoga

Yoga practitioners have been touting yoga’s powers, both mental and physical, for thousands of years. So, is yoga the panacea that so many believe it to be? Though it certainly can’t cure all ailments, it does offer significant benefits. You don’t... read more

Challenge – 30 days to awesome abs

If you’ve never seen even a ripple of muscle on your belly, and threw some envious glances at shredded gym-goers’ abs, this 1 month challenge is for you! Follow this simple workout plan for 30 days – it is suitable for men and women – where you complete a... read more

Workout Nutrition 101

Gearing up to go pump some iron at the gym? Have you given some thought to what you should eat before and after a workout for maximum results. Nutritious food is your gym BFF! Let’s take a look at what you should eat around your workouts. The Basics 1. What you... read more

Progress to a perfect push-up!

The push-up is the king of body-weight exercises, but not everyone can do them properly. Love it or hate it, it will never go out of style because of how effective and efficient it is – it works your chest, shoulders, triceps, biceps and core. If you’re lacking... read more

Running tips for beginners

  Running is a popular exercise for getting fit and losing weight for pretty much all age groups. If you’re feeling inspired to get fit for summer, then running is one of the simplest and most rewarding sports you can do. It has, however, negative effects... read more

Carb Cycling for fat loss

  You may have heard the term carb cycling flung around a few times. If you’re confused, carb cycling is just this: eating more carbohydrates on some days (high carb days) to help promote muscle development, and eating less carbohydrates on other days (low... read more