What’s so cool about water workouts? Many traditional core exercises require repetitive motions, where gravity is consistently making your job more difficult. However, working your core muscles in a body of water makes a lot of sense: the buoyant quality of water means little to no stress on your joints, ligaments and back.
Chi walking can strengthen your core, boost your endurance and improve your fitness levels. It’s easier on your body than traditional walking, and involves multiple muscle groups. And if you are a runner, Chi walking is a great way to help you trump your personal best running distance and time.
While its global popularity as a sport started over a decade ago, stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) is not really new. Many historians point to the Hawaiian surfing community of the 1930s who used stand-up paddle boards as a pastime.
Walking is one of the safest exercises around and has a very low injury risk. However, even with walking, injuries are possible and if you fail to take certain precautions, they become much more likely. Keep reading for some top tips on preventing walking injuries.
Let’s face it … getting in shape for a lot of people is always about time and commitment. While the latter is compulsory, time does not have to be a constraint. As opposed to some of the workouts which you have to set a chunk of your time aside to complete, there are others that […]