The life expectancy of running shoes are measured in miles rather than months or years. As a general rule of thumb, experts suggest that running shoes be retired and replaced every 500 to 750 kilometres (300 to 500 miles).
In preparation for an upcoming marathon or race against your own personal best, you’ve probably obsessed over figuring out the best training techniques or even running clothes or shoes to wear. All this, just to ensure you can perform optimally on the big day. While the above are all completely fair considerations for optimal performance, there’s another crucial factor that’s often overlooked - and that’s diet.
Some days life gets in the way and we can't make it for our favourite yoga class.
Whether you run for fun, are considering completing your first race, or are an experienced runner, we all have one goal in mind; to improve our performance so we can run further and faster.
Knowing that her background as a professional dancer informs how she conducts her group fitness classes at Core Collective, we wanted to find out more.
Christmas is inching closer and closer! Haven’t bought everyone their gifts yet?
With the pandemic having hit many of us hard this year, what better than to gift your beloved friends and family with some gifts to promote their fitness and wellness and express your love and gratitude?
Many are skeptical about the need to hire a personal fitness trainer. I was certainly one of those people until I was given the opportunity to train with one of the highly talented personal trainers at Core Collective in Singapore.
Warming up is essential for increasing body temperature, improving mobility and even psychologically preparing you, so you can focus on building muscle and strength in a safe and effective manner.
For most women, becoming a mother means doing things that make you feel good (including self-care activities that contribute to your fitness and health) takes the back seat.