An overview of gut health basics

What was the last thing that you ate? Will what you ate help feed the “good” bacteria in your gut …Or the bad bacteria that lives in there? In the wake of the corona pandemic, it’s even more important than ever to focus on your everyday wellness routine – and that includes your diet and your gut health

Group Training

Apart from doing one on one personal training, there is also the option of training in a group. You can train with your friend, partner or join with others in a groups. Group training is a great way to get in the best shape of your life. It is amazing how much more you push …

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How Plyometric Training Helps You Become Victorious In Basketball

Ever wondered what sort of workouts you can do outside the court to make you faster and stronger ? The answer is plyometrics my friend. Plyometrics are high-intensity exercises that aim to strengthen muscles and improve flexibility. It involves explosive and fast movements that require a lot of energy. Most plyometric exercises will especially strengthen …

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Rheumatoid arthritis and exercise

When you are diagnosed with Rheumatoid Arthritis. The last thing on your mind is probably to join a gym and start exercising. However there are some great things to be said regarding exercise when you have arthritis. This article will tell you more about RA and what we can do to effect this condition

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I earn my beer one crunch at a time

I was looking for a nice abdominal routine to do today and I know there are plenty of ab-exercises out there on the net but it wasn’t quite what I was looking for. I wanted to be challenged and all these standard sit-ups and crunches just weren’t going to do it for me today.
That why today I did my ab-session a little bit different and for your amusement I took some pictures