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Everyday objects you can use to create your own home gym

Everyday objects you can use to create your own home gym

Gyms have closed down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Here, fitness expert Sam Wood reveals which everyday objects you can use for a fat-burning workout.  For regular gym-goers, not being able to stick to your usual training routine or have access to equipment might seem like a complete...

Lean Bean Online: Stretch and destress

Lean Bean Online: Stretch and destress

A quick 5 minutes stretch to help you relax and destress. Source link … Read More

Down Dog, Alo Moves, Glo, Yogaholics

Down Dog, Alo Moves, Glo, Yogaholics

Find some inner-calm from the comfort of your lounge room with 6 of the most popular places on the internet to practise yoga.  Sure, the gyms have closed. But there are a slew of great online workouts around – from free livestreams to app-based cardio challenges. Plus, there’s always the...

A 5-minute yoga session to stretch and destress while in self-isolation

A 5-minute yoga session to stretch and destress while in self-isolation

Get your body moving and soothe your mind with this quick yoga session from fitness studio Lean Bean’s virtual programme. The coronavirus has changed your life. You’re stuck in self-isolation, have no gym to go to, and there’s a good chance you’ve been spending hours cooped up in front of...

how to stay motivated if your marathon or fun run has been cancelled

how to stay motivated if your marathon or fun run has been cancelled

Has the fun run or marathon you’ve been training for been cancelled due to the coronavirus? Running enthusiast Laura Hill reminds us to look on the bright side, because there’s still plenty of reasons to hit the pavement.  Around the world and here in Australia, runners are coming to terms...

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8 Home Remedies for Hidradenitis Suppurativa, Causes & Symptoms

8 Home Remedies for Hidradenitis Suppurativa, Causes & Symptoms

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14 Best Home Remedies for Keratosis Pilaris (Bumps on the Skin)

14 Best Home Remedies for Keratosis Pilaris (Bumps on the Skin)

You have random bumps on the skin of your arms and alternative parts of your body over the past few months. You initially...

Benefits of Epsom Salt Bath for Weight Loss

Benefits of Epsom Salt Bath for Weight Loss

Tired of empty promises from weight loss diet plans and 15-minute belly fat burner machines? Not all diet plans are effective and...

Health Benefits of Donating Blood

Health Benefits of Donating Blood

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Everyday objects you can use to create your own home gym

Everyday objects you can use to create your own home gym

Gyms have closed down to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Here, fitness expert Sam Wood reveals which everyday objects you can use for a fat-burning workout.  For regular gym-goers, not being able to stick to your usual training routine or have access to equipment might seem like a complete and utter nightmare. Whilst I can completely understand that there’s no real substitute for a fully functional gym, there are plenty of every day household objects that can be used to create an effective workout. You just have to get creative. 1. Wine Bottles Social distancing might make you want to crack open a bottle of red more than usual but put the bottles to better use as a substitute for hand weights and prepare to curl that pinot! Just be careful not to drop them.. or drink mid set. 2. Soup cans/tinned beans Canned foods are the perfect substitute... Read More
Competition Prep and Coronavirus | The Bloq

Competition Prep and Coronavirus | The Bloq

Many of our fans are fitness competitors. For those of you who aren’t familiar with the world of bodybuilding and physique competition, it requires months upon months of hard work and dedication. Lexie Clarke and Francisco Cicila are two Quest employees who have been undergoing that same rigorous training. From adhering to a very strict diet plan and hitting the gym two to three times a day in order to be ready for the stage, it was a full-time job on top of a full-time job. Like many of you Questies, we’re coping with the realities of coronavirus and what it means for our personal and professional goals. We originally planned to share Lexie and Francisco’s journey with you, from their early days of preparation through ramping up for competition to the final results. Then everything changed. But just because gyms and fitness competitions are closed or cancelled across the... Read More
Down Dog, Alo Moves, Glo, Yogaholics

Down Dog, Alo Moves, Glo, Yogaholics

Find some inner-calm from the comfort of your lounge room with 6 of the most popular places on the internet to practise yoga.  Sure, the gyms have closed. But there are a slew of great online workouts around – from free livestreams to app-based cardio challenges. Plus, there’s always the allure of simply hitting the pavement (even if the fun run you were training for’s been canned). But you’re going to need to balance all of that high intensity training with something softer. Something that stretches and revives those achey muscles. Anyone else sore from sitting at their dining room table while working from home, or is that just me who feels like they have the hunched spine of an 80-year old? Either way, you’re going to need some online yoga classes to bend you back into shape. So, in service to you dear reader, here are some of the... Read More
The Best Pre-Workout Snacks to Eat Based on Time of Day

The Best Pre-Workout Snacks to Eat Based on Time of Day

If you are getting a workout in, what you eat before definitely matters. Why? Because food acts as fuel, so you can give that workout your all. You need to feel energized, awake, and ready to sweat it out and push yourself, and if you feel starved and low in energy or too weighed down and full, you won’t be able to perform as well as you’d like to. And that defeats the whole purpose of booking that spin session or whipping out those gym clothes! And while the same nutrients for pre-workout grub apply no matter the time of day (think some complex carbs with a slight bit of fiber, a bit of sugar or sodium, and a little bit of protein and good fats to fill you up and settle the belly without overdoing it), the types of foods you are eating might differ a bit. Here’s a... Read More