It seems like more athletes than ever before have turned to intermittent fasting to take control of their health in a whole new way. Experts agree with this too, and have been encouraging their clients to try fasting in order to reap as many benefits as possible from their dietary regimes. Read on to discover the different kinds of intermittent fasting, and what they could mean for your athletic career. Continue reading
While we live rather sedentary lives in today’s day and age thanks to our cars and office jobs, humans are still machines of endurance, while we’ll never be able to outpace a horse or cheetah, given enough time and distance, we can certainly overtake them – and it’s an ability that has shifted over into the many endurance marathons that people take part in around the world.
While most people’s knowledge on fitness gadgets extends only so far as smartwatches and similar fitness trackers, those who are intensely focused on fitness and wellbeing have a whole array of fitness gadgets in their artillery. While your smartwatch and smartphone are handy for tracking fitness, if you’re serious about getting into shape, you may want to consider the best new fitness gadgets of 2019. So get reading, get sweating, and get fit!
Everything You Need to Know about Protein Powder
If you’re hoping to build a good amount of muscle, you’ll not only need to spend time weightlifting, but you’ll also have to make sure that you have the necessary nutritional support. Protein is an essential part of any weightlifters diet as it helps to repair and rebuild damaged muscles after an intense workout. While you may think eating plenty of chicken and red meat will be enough to support your efforts at the gym, it’s not quite as simple as that. If you’re looking to reach your target of 1.4-2g of protein per kilogram of bodyweight per day, you’ll like have to eat more than an extra chicken breast and a handful of nuts. This is where protein powder comes in! Continue reading
The Latest in Workout Recovery Technology
Exercising is important to maintaining a healthy body and mind, and it’s something that we should be doing at least twice a week at the minimum. Fortunately, exercising at home has become easier than ever thanks to the large range of machines that can be set up within your home, and used at your convenience – making it a much better option than going to the gym for many.
But what many people don’t realise is that recovery is just as important as getting ready for a workout, and athletes should always try and find a good balance between the two. Luckily, there is plenty of new technology on the market designed to assist athletes with their work out recovery, helping to avoid the common injuries that occur when proper recovery isn’t practised. Continue reading