Stuck doing the same exercises over and over? Looking to challenge your muscles in a new way? Chase, personal trainer from Lakeshore Sport & Fitness, has demonstrated some new exercises you can try in the fitness center. They work various muscle groups giving you a total body workout.
You read that correctly. It’s not a typo. In early spring we’ll start scrolling past posts telling us “Summer Bodies are MADE in Winter” to scare-motivate, intimidate-motivate, shame-motivate us to get to the gym before it’s too late.
Though let’s face it, the fear of not being ‘swimsuit ready’ does not make us hope the groundhog pops out of his hole shadowless. Bring back summer! Regardless.
The practice of Yoga originated thousands of years ago in India. Initially composed of seated or standing postures, yoga translates to “yoke” or “union” – to unite the body, mind, and spirit during practice. Over time, yoga evolved into many different branches: some with more stillness and static holds, some with more movement or flow, and some with more modern modalities such as weights. Here are some Chicago yoga classes to improve your strength!
From helping you reach your fitness goals to learning how to exercise safely with a chronic condition, personal training comes with plenty benefits and could be a great investment for your well-being and overall health. Let’s dive into some of the main concepts on why you should consider working with a personal trainer in Chicago.
We all know the importance of exercise and its numerous health benefits. During this pandemic, you might find yourself struggling with conflicting ideas: gain weight while inactive at home, or go to the gym and risk contracting coronavirus from someone. Some underlying health conditions can cause a more severe reaction to COVID-19 but the good news is that exercise can help!
General Health Benefits of Exercise
Staying active is one of the most important things you can do for your health. Everyone can benefit from exercise no matter your age, gender, ethnicity, or body type. All it takes is 150-300 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise a week, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. If you’re not used to moderate-to-intense exercise, you should consult your doctor before starting a new program. You should always start out slow and build as you make progress.
Some benefits of physical activity include:
Reduced stress and anxietyImproved cognition as you ageBetter sleepWeight … Continue reading
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