If exercising is so beneficial, why is it so common to come up with excuses not to do it? Why do we tend to believe so many exercise myths that keep us avoiding such a healthy activity? Here are 10 exercise myths to steer clear of and solutions for how to bust through them!
Making sure you’re getting regular exercise is about more than just getting physically fit. It’s beneficial for immunity, reducing stress, building strength, flushing out toxins and maintaining a healthy mindset. Some of the best workouts can be done in your own living room. You can already develop a good at-home workout routine with these exercises.
For most people, this past year has introduced a considerable amount of changes – both in how we function in society and our regular routines. We’ve changed our daily activities – everything from going to work (or working from home) to personal routines like diet and exercise. It can be difficult to overcome your fitness obstacles no matter the circumstances, but here are 3 simple steps to help you get back on track!
Have you tried intermittent fasting? That might be a question you’ve heard many times, especially because it’s a subject that lots of people are talking about right now. Studies have continued to show that intermittent fasting when done correctly, can have varying effects on your body, weight, your metabolic health and much more.