How many times have you read, said, or heard the following: ‘Pizza? That’s so unhealthy!’, ‘Do you know how many calories there are in a pizza? Why would you want to eat that!’, ‘I/You can’t eat a pizza, I'm/you’re on a diet’.
At-home yoga sessions are a wonderful and convenient way to break up your work day, give your body the good old stretch it needs, and get a great workout in all at the same time.
After the 66-day hiatus due to COVID-19, Germany’s Bundesliga became one of the first major sporting leagues to resume post-lockdown.
Ever wondered why you’re experiencing difficulty losing fat, even when you’re exercising frequently? The truth is that there’s more to shedding a couple of kilos of fat than just regular exercise.
Strength training is a popular choice of exercise among many because of the vast benefits that it presents both physically and mentally. Like with many other sports, however, it’s important to be aware of the factors that can put you at risk of any injury from it.
If you’ve found it difficult to stick to a fitness routine in the past, don’t feel discouraged because it’s incredibly common. Rather, focus your energy on doing what it takes to stay committed this time around by etching fitness into your lifestyle. That way, rather than being something you need to get done everyday, it’ll become something you can’t imagine life without!
With no news of gyms reopening anytime soon, at-home workouts will continue to remain a part of our fitness routines in the weeks to come. While many of you are doing your best to make the most out of minimal or no-equipment workouts, it might be disheartening to feel helplessly unable to physically challenge yourself without your usual gym equipment and think that you’re losing progress with every day that goes by.
Getting strong and looking lean boils down to one thing: muscle hypertrophy. It’s the increase and growth of muscle cells resulting in an increase in muscular size achieved through exercise.
Jan 14, 2020 - Resigned from my job of 7 years
Feb 6 – Feb 14 - Quarantine
March 21 – 31 - Stay Home Notice (unofficial)
April 7 – Present - Circuit Breaker
While gyms across the world have shut their doors due to COVID-19, more people are running now than ever before.
In this article, we chat with Robbie MacGregor - a personal trainer at Core Collective and runner of Marathon des Sables (deemed the toughest foot race on Earth).