It is widely understood that no professional athlete can be at the top of their game and at their peak performance without a highly successful and specifically designed recovery-based training programme.
In this day and age, people are so busy with their lives they often forget how essential a good night’s sleep is for your health, both mental and physical. According to the statistics, adults in the UK are under-sleeping.
If you are someone who only has time to exercise for a short period of time and wants to burn fat, then High Intensity Interval Training, more commonly known as ‘HIIT’ training, might just be the exercise for you. HIIT training can be an extremely good way of improving your fitness and power ability.
There is a great deal of pressure from the media and society in general for people to have the ‘perfect body’. People become obsessed with training for endless hours or dieting excessively to reach a specific goal.
One of the largest fitness trends in 2018 is group exercising, a workout with around 5 or more people. Exercising within a group can vary from peaceful yoga in the park, in which you simply focus on your body’s strength and flexibility, to an exhausting spin on the bike.