30-Days of HiiT – Workout #4

 

10 Ways to Get 10 Minutes of Exercise

Even if you can’t find the time you can still exercise.  You just need to sneak in the equivalent in resourceful ways. “The idea is to keep moving,” says Fitat60 PT, Fred.  Find whatever works for you and just move. Park half a couple of blocks from the shopping centre and walk. Take the stairs instead of the escalator. 

JERF – Just Eat Real Food

The JERF diet, an acronym for “Just Eat Real Food” is a concept that is easy to grasp and apply in your daily life. At the end of the day, that’s precisely what you want in a new diet: a new way of relating with food that brings about lasting results and can be maintained without much struggle for as much as you want.

Avoiding Aged Care

Let’s face it, 2020 highlighted many things.  None more than the spotlight that was shone on Aged Care.  Whilst generally Aged Care in Australia is some of the best in the world, the reality for many in Aged Care, or for those with loved ones there, is a long way off how we intended to spend our last years.  This gap in care had already been identified, long before Covid19 hit, and a Royal Commission was already well underway.  In July 2020 the Royal Commission Into Aged Care Quality and Safety, released the findings of a 10,000 person study that revealed that people are prepared to pay for high-quality care when they are older, whether it by co-contributing to the cost or through taxes. 

Workout without a gym

We know that using free weights and machines is one of the fastest and most efficient way there is to improve your metabolism and strength, but for many reasons these may not be convenient or readily accessible to you. Today there are many great online solutions to guide you though a strength-training workout without the need of expensive machines.

Follow the fish, workout in the water

It is a little old-school, but water aerobics are set to make a comeback with trainers now featuring heavily on social media.  Water aerobics not only can help you get the most out of your aerobic workout, but as a lower impact option it can also do a lot more, as well.

Tech for healthy ageing

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.

Benefits of HiiT

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.

There is a protein that can slow down ageing!

“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.

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