Having fat in unwanted areas is something a lot of people can relate to, wouldn’t it be fantastic if your workouts could target these areas and blitz your fat? Although you might have heard that doing certain exercises will ensure fat loss in the targeted areas, unfortunately, the science does not support this.
Scitec Nutrition Athlete Emi Roberti explains.
Everybody makes New Year’s resolutions. But most people don’t stick to them.
Why is that?
There are several common mistakes that people make, especially when it comes to health and fitness resolutions.
“What gets measured - gets done” has been the mantra of the business world for many years now.
But, until recently, only hardcore bodybuilders and competitive athletes have been likely to measure their fitness performance and results in detail.
All that has changed with the new wave of wearable technology and phone apps...
Using fitness techs to help monitor your progress and motivate you to stay on track has also become a huge game-changer for people in recent years.
We’re going to look at several of the best (and most affordable) fitness tech pieces you can pick up to take your fitness journey to the next level.
Music has a powerful impact on your workout, especially for running. It’s more than a distraction - we’ve all felt that boost of energy from the right song at the right moment.
There is a physiological reason your body responds so well to music and it all comes down to tempo.
You live in a great time for fitness. You have so many options to improve your workout, encourage your progress, and motivate your journey to become fitter.
Your smartphone has the potential to become your personal fitness coach to walk with you every step of the way as you train to reach your goals. We’ve broken down some of the best fitness apps out there.