Some days, you have to force yourself to work out. But the more you think about it, the less you want to do it! And the less you do today, the less likely you are to do it tomorrow. So how do you stay motivated to stick to a fitness plan? I’ve been in the fitness industry for over a decade, but that doesn’t mean I’m perfect and never slip up. It sometimes isn’t easy to drag myself into the gym, but there are some helpful things I do to “force” myself to hit play on a workout.
A funny thing happens on the way to 50 and beyond: Your body doesn’t respond to exercise as it did earlier in your life. Fatigue, muscle and joint aches and increased injuries seem to happen with greater frequency. Unfortunately, it’s not your imagination. It happens to the best of us as a natural consequence of aging. In fact, some of the “standard” fitness rules no longer apply, at least not in the same way as they did in your 30s and even 40s. Here’s how the rules change a
Think the word ‘boxing’ has a masculine undertone? Think again! Boxing is such an ideal fitness activity for women, that many famous female celebrities, such as Gigi Hadid, Khloe Kardashian and Adriana Lima, are exchanging their yoga mats for a set of gloves. Apart from being a great way to unwind and relieve some pent up stress and tension, there are many other health benefits to be gained that make boxing a girl's best friend. Improve overall fitness - If you want to improv
Have you had your FREE PT session yet? Personal training sessions are not about doing star-jumps and being screamed at by a drill sergeant! PT sessions at Fitness In Time are a great way to give yourself an excellent workout and also to try something new. A PT session could be doing some high intensity cardio, some free-weight exercises or we can do a legs, bums and tums session, or it could even be a chat about nutrition. The point is that it is personal to you! The added