With New Year's resolutions in full swing, many people are signing up for gym memberships. Weight loss won't happen on its own, however. It takes hard work and commitment, and can be done with or without expensive gym equipment. Are you fully prepared to make the changes needed in order to meet your goals? Let's take a look at some pros and cons of working out at a gym versus working out at home.The Top 3 Pros
Am I addicted? Now, I have struggled with the typical examples of addiction in my past, and I have overcome them. So I started doing a little research, and I found that there are theories regarding positive addiction.
Hi my name is Tom, and I work for Good Health and Fitness, a local and ethical gym based in Dundee, Scotland.I decided to start this blog to document my progress as I continue to work and learn with clients.Expect a lot of posts from me detailing my daily struggles, experiences and results over the coming year.
You go to the gym to exercise so that you can become healthier. But what you may not know is that while working out in the gym you may also become infected or injured. The reality is that there are many hidden dangers that you should worry about when working out in the gym.
By Wendy Grace, Trainer and Co-Owner, Mission Fitness CenterThere have been several seasons of the ‘Extreme Weight Loss’ TV shows, featuring celebrity trainer Chris Powell, and, sometimes, his wife, Heidi. One of my clients is a fan of the show, and she asked me what I thought. After talking to her, watching an episode, and doing some online research, I’d say there are things to learn from this well-intentioned program, but I also have some concerns.
Footballers like those of Premiership are known for their supreme fitness and perfectly sculpted legs that are loved by women and coveted by men. Footballers need to be in top shape since they run for long periods of time and must keep up with the opposing team. With a few gym exercises and the proper diet plan you can have the muscular legs and endurance of a footballer while improving your overall health.
If you wonder if investing in a personal trainer is worth the price, I would have to say yes. Of course I am a personal trainer BUT when I go to the gym and watch some people lift weights or doing exercises all wrong, I just want to go up to them and correct them.When you are just starting out in the gym, I would recommend you hire a personal trainer even if it is one session. If you are doing the exercise wrong, you could not only hurt yourself but you are not getting the benefits from the exercise.Think before you lift and you will thank me :)