If you spend most of your time occupied by watching TV or playing videogames, you will probably get bored after awhile. Even if the game or show is interesting, just doing the same thing for awhile gets tedious. If you use the time you have available to engage in productive activities, you’ll probably feel better, have accomplished something, and mental health can improve as well.
It can be difficult to come up with ways to have fun workouts. If you’re primarily goal driven, having fun might not be your top priority for working out, but why not enjoy the process? Here’s a few ways we’ve had more fun with workouts.
After getting into a fitness routine, we’ve discovered there are 5 things that are extremely helpful in making our workouts effective.
A healthy lifestyle means more than just physical health. It’s more holistic than just one area of your life. Changing your lifestyle can be difficult and short-lived if done incorrectly. While there isn’t one exact way to live a healthy lifestyle, implementing small changes and greater balance will help make your chosen healthy lifestyle more sustainable.
Gym etiquette is a mix of three main factors: respect, common sense, and experience. Respect for the facility, yourself, and the other gym-goers is really what it all boils down to.
If only acne would cease to exist in adulthood. For some it does, but for those of you who still have it, we’ve written reviews of the best acne products for adults.
Now, one of the awesome perks of being in a committed relationship with a gym rat is having a built in gym buddy. You have someone to take photos and videos of you, and motivate you.
But, how do you work out together well enough to become #coupleworkoutgoals?
There’s so many different aspects to a good gym, and preferences vary. So we’re going to take it one step at a time to help you figure out the best fitness fit for you.
One of the challenges in life is starting something completely new.
How do you start working out? It can be pretty intimidating to start trying to get in shape when you aren’t sure where to begin.
Needing a purpose is just human nature and why depression during unemployment isn’t uncommon. Ok, now that you know you’re not alone, (which you probably knew anyway because this post isn’t the top Google result) what can you do about it?