A recent study showed that nearly 30% of regular exercise users stop or reduce their exercise activity in the winter. With many people leaving and returning from their workplace in nearly dark conditions the temptation to become a couch potato becomes greater.
Not that you may realise, but buying a pair of trainers which are right for you rather than ones you like the look of can be one of the most important things you do. Buying trainers which are not suited to you can lead to an array of problems and is one of the most common mistakes people make.
Nearly every modern athlete incorporates some kind of sports supplement into their diet to aid and maintain their performance. The market nowadays is flooded with many brands and products to choose from.
Over the last few weeks I have expressed my views on lack of knowledge and interpretation when in the gym environment. This is down to many things but as I stressed knowing the basics in all areas definitely should not be ignored.
LAST week I talked about the need for liquid during exercise and deciding the correct form for your specific needs. I don’t think there is any argument that this is essential, but what else is needed? To keep it basic our body needs an energy source to perform even just the daily basic tasks.
IT IS not an uncommon sight to see drinking water facilities in workplaces or just even people carrying a bottle of water. We definitely have become more aware of the benefits of drinking water and the need of having water as part of our diet.
THE ability to perceive colour adds an extra dimension to the way we see the world. The process of colour perception starts with the absorbtion of light by small cells known as “Cones” which form part of the retina at the back of the eye.