As the wind takes on a sharper temperature, we’re all bound to be stricken with a snotty cold or feverish flu at some point in the coming months. Getting sick is the worst, especially when it feels like it’s putting you out of action.
We all want to be a success, but remember: success isn’t gifted. It’s earned. You have to work hard to succeed in life and the habits you accumulate can impact your achievements, and generally leave more of an impression on your life than you may think.
So the weather’s turned and the cooler temperature are descending. When the frost starts creeping into our dark mornings and our homeward bound commutes become pretty chilly, workouts can feel tougher to accomplish. Sometimes the biggest challenge is actually getting there! But never fear, we’ve got you covered - here are 10 home workouts for when it’s too cold to leave the house.
Smartphones might be great for scrolling Instagram, getting updates from an overly-enthusiastic group chat, tweeting bored updates and getting the ultimate #GymSelfie… but did you know that your phone apps can improve your health?
We’ve all felt the chill in the air and noticed dawn getting a bit more lazier than usual… summer has bid farewell and autumn has cheekily slipped in through the backdoor! But new season, new start, eh? We’ve got some top tips on how to get back into exercise after the summer months.
When you get active, you always need a killer soundtrack to help you keep motivated, give you rhythm and get you AMPED. Not to mention it can help distract you when you really start to feel the BURN. When your fave beat drops, you can really focus and smash your workout.
Feeling intimidated sucks. And if it strikes when you want to get moving and active, that's the absolute worst! Even the fittest individual can succumb to anxious feelings when trying out a new venue or activity, but we've got some quick hacks to avoid gym intimidation.
Have you ever struggled to stick to your exercise regime? Yeah, so have we. Don't worry - it's absolutely normal to have highs and lows with your workout routines, especially if you previously led quite a sedentary lifestyle.