As a new year approaches, we investigate which fitness trends will take over in 2019 and have spoken to some industry professionals to get their thoughts.
Exercising can be a daunting prospect for some people. They may have fallen out of love with the gym, or even dabbled in fitness classes before, only to feel like they’re being judged or scrutinised. They may have felt that their workout was too stressful, structured and, ultimately, unrewarding. But thanks to the rising popularity…
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These days, fitness is about more than just pumping iron or hitting the treadmill. Here are Insure4Sport’s top fitness trends for 2018.
We spoke to leading personal trainer John Clarke to get to the bottom of the biggest weightlifting myths in fitness.
Today’s personal trainers and fitness instructors owe a lot to their ancestors for the workout. Let’s look at the history of the workout and how it’s developed over time.
These days, fitness is about more than just pumping iron or hitting the treadmill. Here are Insure4Sport’s top 7 fitness trends of 2017.
The margins between success and failure are very fine when it comes to exercise. So, a motivational song can be just the boost you need to maximise performance, keep your heart pumping and stay in the zone. Music’s ability to give you the edge during a workout has been extensively proven. A study from Dr…