If you’re feeling aches and pains in your muscles after you’ve been training, there’s a good chance it’s DOMS – Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. The rest periods between workouts are just as important as the exercise itself.
Your method of training will directly affect the outcomes you see and feel. It is often best to combine both resistance and cardio training in your weekly workout regime. Try tailoring the type of training you do to the ultimate body goals you want to achieve.
Despite any preconceived notion, you can most definitely still build muscle after the age of 40. It's only an arbitrary number that should have no sudden impact on your determination to be healthy and feel great.
The end of the Covid-19 national lockdown is nearly here and with it brings the reopening of gyms, but do we need think or do anything differently before we start hitting the heavy weights?
Looking to improve your flexibility? Incorporate some flexibility-focused training into your life and feel the difference fast. Here are our top three tips that will get you stretchier in no time.
The truth is, to “tone up” (which actually just requires lowering overall body fat to see the muscles underneath) you simply need to create a slight daily calorie deficit, add a suitable exercise plan and finally, stick to them both! That’s it. It really is that simple.
There is merit to all types of training from high reps with low weight to low reps with heavy weights and everything in between. As long as things are intense and you work to the best of your ability alongside a nutritional plan to suit your goal, your goal should be achievable.
Ever wanted to know how to get a bigger chest? The following is designed to do just that, help you understand how your pectorals really work so you can maximise your training and thus maximise your “pecs”.