Feel like a failure when you miss your gym session or Pilates class? ‘Bite’ into these quick bursts of physical activity instead.
Far from ‘bulking up’, women who strength train not only develop great muscle tone, but also enjoy a range of amazing health benefits.
Does eating less help you lose weight faster? Can you spot-reduce fat? Tiffiny Hall busts five weight loss myths we need to stop believing.
Move over, cardio workouts – there may be a better way to strengthen your heart.
Weight training isn’t just about building muscle. It can also help build bone density, says the Fit Pharmacist Holly Louise.
Mike Bruce hit a ‘fitness mid-life crisis’ – so he took up one of the most punishing workouts going.
Regular physical activity is as important for maintaining our health, as it is our brains, especially as we age.
From doing your cardio while hungry, to avoiding strength training because you don’t want to ‘bulk’ up, The Fit Pharmacist busts the most common training myths.
If you’re feeling the burn after your training sessions, it’s likely you’re experiencing delayed onset muscle soreness. Which according to The Fit Pharmacist may actually be a good thing.
Getting the results you want is as simple as continually challenging yourself, also known as progressive overload, explains The Fit Pharmacist, Holly Louise.
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