The American College of Sports Medicine has released its top 10 trends for 2015 with Body-weight training taking pole position. 1. Body-weight Training Body-weight training can be done ANYTIME and ANYWHERE – squats, lunges, triceps dips, planking, sit-ups, pull-ups etc. 2. HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) These short workouts alternate between short bursts of high
So what is all the fuzz about? The last 10 years pilates has really grown as one of the major pillars of health. It was originally developed by Joseph Pilates in 1960’s and were taught first in Europe and the USA. Joe continued to train clients at his studio until his death in 1967, at
Stretching and flexibility is one of the main components of fitness. This area of fitness was previously often neglected by non-athletes. However, recently many sports athletes as well as the non-athletes are becoming aware of the benefits to not only their performance in their specific sports discipline, but also to their fitness and overall health.