Start Cycling For Fitness


Longer days often mean more spare time for exercise. If you don’t like going to the gym one of the best alternatives is to take to your bike and get cycling.

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Do Your Trainers Cause Problems?


Not so long ago those of us that enjoyed regular jogs and runs would grab any handy pair of trainers and, as long as they fitted comfortably, would happily set off without a further thought about the suitability of their footwear and the fact that they could cause knee and ankle problems.

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Running For Beginners


We all know that running can help to keep you healthy, so for all beginners let’s make a start on our weight loss training plan with a simple running guide. Step one is to kit yourself out with suitable running shoes, preferably  athletic trainers for the type of ground you expect to be training on, [...]

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Start Your Weight Loss Training Plan Today


Before starting a really effective weight loss plan first note down your waist, hips, thigh and your chest measurements.

Most scales will only show your weight which may not be altering although your body is looking trimmer and your muscle tone is improving.

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The Twenty Sports In The Paralympics


The London 2012 Paralympic Games will have twenty different sports each with their own disciplines and events for both men and women.

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New Year Exercise Start


The year 20011 is almost at an end. If you are one of many, you will want to start 20012 with some good solid new year resolutions and that includes exercise. 

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The Benefits of Deep Breathing Exercise


Before there are any benefits from deep breathing exercises it is essential to have the correct body posture.

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How To Get The Best Out Of Circuit Training


Those new to exercise routines would be forgiven for thinking that circuit training is about running or exercising around a track or circuit. In this case the ´circuit´ is a combination of a number of short, high intensity but different exercises performed one after the other and designed to achieve a specific fitness result.

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T’ai Chi Exercises For Mobility Disabled


The following T’ai Chi exercises may be adapted for those who lack full mobility but are able to sit and have upper body movement.

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Quality Sleep May Keep You Slim And Fit


Research has shown possible links between quality sleep and keeping slim and fit.
Lack of sufficient and regular sleep can affect the balance between the two hormones leading to a desire to eat. Levels of ‘leptin’ fall while ‘ghrelin’ levels rise so that the less you sleep the more likely you are to overeat and gain unnecessary weight.

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How To Understand Table Tennis Basics


The game of table tennis originated in the late 19th century in England and its popularity rapidly spread throughout the world. Table tennis today is huge business in Asia.

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Slow Down Aging With Gymnastics For Geriatrics


Gymnastics for geriatrics is an alternative to golf and taking the dog for walks, those familiar ‘stand bys’ that crop up when elders are trying to persuade their loved ones that they are paying attention to their health.

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Walk Your Way To Health


If you are serious about wanting to improve the quality of your life start a walking exercise program based on your own particular wants and abilities.

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