Right, so this is one write-up that gives out a few of the the basic exercises that we have been doing in class. These exercises target the problem areas that most of us are so keen on worrying about - stomach, inner thighs, booty, and shoulders. Read on... By Nora Tobin (available at https://www.shape.com/fitness/workouts/10-best-exercises-women). Single-Leg Deadlift I love … Continue reading The 10 Best Exercises for Women
'There is a great deal of variation in the ways that people go about implementing aerobic training into their lives. With such great variation, it seems necessary to also be aware of general tips and rules to which you should adhere.'
(Curated from the net. Available at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/health-fitness/body/10-things-no-one-tells-you-before-you-become-a-personal-trainer/) Written by Scott Laidler (yup that's him below). Scott Laidler is a personal trainer and personal development coach based in London. 1. You’ll get less healthy The majority of people who want to become personal trainers are either fitness enthusiasts or former teenage sports players who now want to make a career helping … Continue reading 10 things no one tells you before you become a personal trainer
Hi All. I came across this article on the web and am posting it here as a reminder to what I have been stressing on in class. You need all the following forms of exercise to look and feel your best. Can't agree more with Emma, the author. Do read through... Love, Sangeeta. Being … Continue reading 5 Components of Physical Fitness
Exercising for fitness is important but eating right is vital. I am posting this article here as a ready reckoner for those who want to eat healthy and complement their effort in the fitness class. Finding local equivalents of the ingredients shouldn't be rocket science. And girls, count the nutrients and not the calories! In … Continue reading Cooking for One: 29 Insanely Easy, Healthy Meals You Can Make in Minutes
What is aerobic exercise? ‘Aerobic’ exercise refers to exercise that requires the consumption of substantially more oxygen than at rest. It involves repeated rhythmic movements of the large muscles of your body, such as those in your arms or legs. Examples of aerobic exercise include brisk walking; jogging; swimming; cycling; dancing; cross-country skiing; ice-skating; kayaking; … Continue reading Aerobic exercise: what you need to know
‘Aerobic’ exercise refers to exercise that requires the consumption of substantially more oxygen than at rest. It is of a light to moderate intensity, and can be undertaken for a prolonged duration (many minutes to several hours) without excessive fatigue. Examples of aerobic exercise include walking, jogging, swimming or cycling at a steady pace. Another example would be dancing or ‘aerobics’ classes.