Who else needs a serious motivation boost? I still have been to the gym and had a balanced diet, but I don’t feel like I’ve really challenged myself at the gym lately. So, what’s the plan to get your motivation back and take your fitness off “cruise control”?
A kettlebell leg workout is a great way to spice up your lower body session and combine strength and cardio. Here’s how I incorporate kettlebell moves into my workouts and a round-up of my favourite exercises.
Despite all the coconut rice, beans and plantains, I managed to stay fit on my 8 week trip across Central America.
Maintaining a healthy lifestyle whilst backpacking is tricky. But the truth is, it is much easier to stay on track with a bit of discipline than having to start from square one when you get back.
Here are the top traveler tips to staying fit whilst making the most of your trip.
There’s nothing like a good leg and glute workout to start the day off right. I really get a sweat on and I feel like my two lower body sessions are my most efficient workouts of the week (not that I want to make my bum any bigger).
I often find myself following the same legs and glutes workout routine (yes, I’m a creature of habit), that combines all my favourite leg and bum toning exercises.
I need my daily dose of high protein sweet snacks to hit my protein goals and satisfy my sweet tooth.
I wish I could make my own protein bars and cookies but unfortunately, cooking is not my best skill so I just spend a lot of money on nutrition brands. So, what do I snack on?
People who know me in real life know that I am going to the gym early in the morning. Very early. I’m usually there by 5am on weekdays and 8am (latest) on weekends. But why do I do this?