5 Health Benefits Of The Surfing Lifestyle

With a number of health benefits that come along with surfing, there is no surprise that it is so popular with so many people. With the surfing community being welcoming to everyone, it is possible to grab your surfboard and your wetsuit and head to your local surf school to begin enjoying the sport. In this article, we are going to give you 5 of the main benefits of the surfing lifestyle to help you keep both your mind and body healthy. Stress Relief One of the biggest benefits of…

The Right Way to Dress Up for Winter Exercise

When it’s cold outside, it seems like the best place to workout is inside your home. This can be true if the temperature outside has dropped. But if they’re your normal winter temperature, it would be a waste for you to miss out on the cool air. The trick here is to wear the right clothes. Since it’s winter, your usual tight leggings or shorts won’t be enough to shield you from the cold. Here are a few outfits you can wear to keep your body temperature regulated. 1. Polypropylene-made…

Stay Fit Indoors and Do This Winter Fitness Regimen

Not all parts of Australia experience winter. Northern Australia itself just gets two seasons – sunny and rainy. But even in the presence or absence of winter, there will be times when the weather will prevent you from going to the gym or running outside. For the health conscious, skipping your workout routine is not an option. This is why there are so many indoor alternatives that you can do to keep that healthy body. Here are some fitness regimens to look into: 1. Yoga Yoga is one of the…

Get Ready for Winter: Fitness Workout During the Cold Season

Winter is coming, so this means that you have to change your workouts a little bit. While some make this an excuse to skip the gym or do their daily run, staying fit this winter is still possible. There are so many things you can change in your routine that will give amazing results. If you don’t know what changes you can make for the winter, here are some of them. 1. A Change of Wardrobe The first obvious change you’re going to do is your wardrobe. For one thing,…

Strengthen Your Core with These 3 Yoga Moves

Some Aussies think that Yoga is nothing more than postural exercises for individuals who do not like cardio and resistance training. On the contrary, yoga can be a wonderful addition to a strength training programme or whenever there is a need to strengthen certain muscles of the body. The beauty of yoga is that it trains targeted muscles by making them work harder for more sustained periods of time. And since one of the most critical muscle groups of the body is the core, yoga can help, too. If you’re…

Behave Properly and Avoid These 6 Annoying Things People Do at The Gym

Shared spaces are one of the areas where you get to see who knows the basic etiquette. And one common shared space is the gym. Yes, you’ve heard the awkward stories people tell when they go to the gym. There are people who stare, wear revealing clothes, and grunt too much as if they’re carrying the weight of the world. If you’ve personally done these things yourself, then it’s time to check what other things you might be doing that annoy people. Here are a few things to be aware…

Three Ways to Start (and Stay on) Your Fitness Journey: A Beginner’s Guide to Getting Healthy

The holidays—as well as the New Year’s resolutions that come along with them— are a thing of the past. You’ve made commitments in the past to try to get healthy, but the initial momentum and enthusiasm always wears off, and you always end up back in your usual routine. Or maybe this is the first time you’ve decided to make an effort to lead a healthier lifestyle. Either way, starting (and staying on!) a path which will lead you to a life of better health is often much harder than…

The Effects of Yoga on Patients with Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease

Dementia Australia, the leading information and support organisation for dementia in the country, found that 30 percent of Australians over 85 and nearly 10 percent of those over 65 currently suffer from some form of dementia. They are part of the over 400 thousand Australians who were found to have dementia in 2019, and this number is only expected to grow in the following decades. Alzheimer’s Disease – a neurodegenerative disease that causes the shrinking and decaying of the brain and its functions – is the most common and well-documented…