Top fitness trend: High-intensity interval training
Speaking at the event, Ladi Okunneye, Managing Director 03B Networks Ltd. noted the top-notch facilities available at the center, confirming theres no where like this currently in Lagos. During the official opening, the Managing Director, Bodyline Fitness & Gym, Mr. Bankole Opashi reiterated the importance of the Lagos outlet to the Bodyline brand. Launching in Lagos was very important for us as we knew that Lagosians needed these services especially given the hectic nature of the city. He added that keeping fit no longer has to be boring because adding fun to the concept of healthy living is what has sustained the brand for the past seven years in Abuja. Mr.
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“If Zumba has moved off the charts and that is fun how long will high-intensity exercise hang on? We’ll find out. Likely longer among Type A, time-pressed people who are dedicated to maintaining their health.” Clinton Brawner, exercise physiologist at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, says, “Almost everybody can start an exercise program like walking, but when we’re talking about doing high-intensity interval training programs then people with chronic diseases such as heart disease, arthritis or diabetes should consult with their physicians before they begin.” The key to any exercise program is sticking with it, Brawner says. If you try a program and don’t like it, don’t give up on exercise, keep looking for other options, he says. Clark agrees, “The ‘e’ in exercise should stand for ‘enjoyment’ and not for ‘excruciating.’ We all need to exercise for health reasons for the rest of our lives, so finding a sustainable program is key.
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Do You Wear a Fitness Tracker? October 26, 2013 0 Do you know how many steps you’ve taken today or how well you slept last night? If you’ve jumped on board the fitness tracker trend, the answer is probably right on your wrist. There’s something about tracking your fitness stats and knowing just how many Insanity Workout Review calories you’ve burned that is both motivating and interesting. Once you’ve slipped a tracker on your wrist or clipped it to your pocket, it’s easy to become a fan. When I tested out the Jawbone UP earlier this year, I found myself checking the app several times a day to see how I was faring, which encouraged me to walk a little more if I wasn’t on track to beat my step goal.
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