A new type of workforce empowered by modern technology and undergoing online training and virtual assistants, telemedicine doctors, homes equipped with useful sensors, and smart robots as companions is the likely future we will experience. It is now starting to see the light of the day.
Formerly referred to Interval Training now HiiT (High Intensity Interval Training) has taken the world by storm. HiiT is great for building strength in your muscles. It is simple, use them or lose them! It is also very good for heart health. The heart is, after all, a muscle too.
“How can I slow down the ageing process?” – A lifelong question that a lot of us have asked and continue to ask! Scientists have identified a protein in our bodies called Nuclear factor erythroid 2 [NF-E2]-related factor 2, commonly known as Nrf2.
Recent studies in nutrition science have shown that diet plays a key role in ageing gracefully. We’ve assembled a stack of research on the best food choices you make to improve your ageing.
Some get into resistance training through engaging in particular sports, however it doesn’t need to be any more complicated than adding some weights to your current fitness routines. Honestly, having a can of beans to hand is all you need. Resistance training is important as we age to ensure we maintain our strength to do everyday activities.
Here’s an idea for an outdoor workout that literally takes 10-20 minutes and will have you drenched in sweat and pumped up by the end.
If you know how to close your eyes and breath deep, you know how to meditate already. It doesn’t have to be much more complicated than that.
Planks or Planking are one form of bodyweight exercises. Bodyweight exercises are gaining ground in the fitness world due to the practicality and simplicity of getting in shape using nothing more than your own body weight. Planks are one of the most effective exercises you can do. Why? Because they require a small time investment on your part, and offer the chance to achieve substantial results in a relatively short span of time.
The human body uses magnesium as the fourth most common mineral for homeostasis. It has different roles in different tissues. However, the western diet and certain foods do not contain enough magnesium.
As we age many of us begin to complain more of pains in our muscles and joints. They seem to stiffen up with age, and such commonplace activities as bending over for the morning paper can make us wince. Here are 5 ways to reduce muscle soreness.