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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #178

Michelle Caines | 18 Oct 2011 @ 08:10

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Cycling

Practice cycling one-legged to ride more efficiently. This forces you to concentrate on pulling up at the bottom of the stroke, which better distributes the work among the major leg muscles.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #177

Michelle Caines | 17 Oct 2011 @ 10:10

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pregnancy-exercise

Pregnant? Don't give up on your exercise routine. As long as you have the green light from your midwife or doctor, then it's important to continue with moderate to mild exercise throughout pregnancy, you will just need to adapt it as the pregnancy progresses.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #176

Michelle Caines | 14 Oct 2011 @ 09:10

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Water with Fruit If like me you find drinking plain (especially tap) water a bit bland, here is a tip to help spice it up a little.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #175

Michelle Caines | 13 Oct 2011 @ 08:10

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germs at the gymWinter Fitness Tip! Gyms are a hotspot for catching viruses, as most viruses are passed on by touch and from hand to mouth contact so sharing equipment is a breeding ground for germs.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #174

Michelle Caines | 12 Oct 2011 @ 08:10

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ski FitPlanning a Ski Trip this Winter? According to fitness experts, you can burn up to 1500 calories from just 3 hours of skiing...

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #173

Michelle Caines | 11 Oct 2011 @ 08:10

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Porridge

Porridge is a great way to fuel your body and start the day. Fueling up on oats can also help towards lowering cholesterol...

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #172

Michelle Caines | 10 Oct 2011 @ 08:10

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Smoking Want to quit smoking? Then hit the gym! New research has shown that weight lifting can help banish the negative experiences that accompany giving up such as cravings, withdrawal symptoms and weight gain.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #171

Michelle Caines | 06 Oct 2011 @ 09:10

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Baby Squat

Keep your heels on the floor when you squat. If you can't, your hip flexors are too tight and it is likely that you also have weak and dormant glutes.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #170

Michelle Caines | 05 Oct 2011 @ 15:10

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Muscle Cramp

Muscle Cramp is when a muscle goes into spasm and refuses to relax. We have all experienced it at some time or another. The pain in the affected muscle can range from a slight spasm to agonizing pain and can last from a few seconds to 15 minutes.

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Health & Fitness Tip of the Day #169

Michelle Caines | 04 Oct 2011 @ 14:10

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Crosstrainer

The Crosstrainer is a great option to maintain your fitness without running. The fitness benefits are the same as using a treadmill but without the high impact.

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