Every year, millions of individuals set New Year's goals in the hopes of making a good difference in their lives. A more active attitude to health and fitness and discovering new skills for personal development and improved finances are all reoccurring themes each year.
To keep your muscles healthy and in good shape, you need to do exercises and stretches that focus on flexibility. Sitting for lengthy periods of time or doing little physical activity can cause limited muscle flexibility.
Throughout lockdown, completing activities that you would expect to be able to get through on a day-to-day basis can become more difficult. Whether you're struggling to build up the motivation, can't bring yourself to get started, or just don't think you have the right equipment, it's easy to find bumps in the road.
If you've been stuck inside for months, like so many Australians, you're probably keener than ever to get back into shape now lockdown has ended.
With the COVID-19 pandemic still rearing its ugly head around the world, many Australian states are yo-yo-ing in and out of lockdown in an attempt to halt the deadly virus in its tracks.
With many of us in and out of consistent lockdowns, it’s easy to lose motivation to get out and exercise. However, staying active is pivotal for our physical and mental health. So, now more than ever, it’s incredibly important to stay active at home.
Whether you are observing the social restrictions implemented during the COVID-19 pandemic, or you’re in quarantine or a hard lockdown, there are many health and fitness options from which you can benefit.
Join us LIVE ON FACEBOOK once again this Friday 17th, 6.30 to 7.15 pm for 'GETTING THROUGH LOCKDOWN' https://www.facebook.com/events/951594092095669/?ref=newsfeed Extended lockdown & curfews are taking their toll on all of us in different ways. It's not always easy to stay positive or even know what to do sometimes. Tune into our Positive Panel sharing thoughts on maintaining a positive mind set, coping with crisis fatigue, keeping physically fit, looking out for each other and generally getting through the lockdown together. Sally-Anne Hurley, Author,
Staying motivated during COVID lockdowns can be difficult, especially when it comes to your health and fitness. Ideally, gyms would be open, and personal trainers would still be doing face to face sessions. During a pandemic, however, reality isn’t always ideal. Fortunately, innovative solutions, such as online training, have emerged to fill the fitness void.
With many Australian states going in and out of lockdowns due to the new Delta variant of the COVID-19 pandemic, it's become increasingly difficult to keep up with our fitness routines. While many of us have been able to go back to our gym routine, those of us who are currently in lockdown aren’t so lucky.
Group training is one of those things that you either love or hate. It can be a lot of fun and can lead to some great fitness results. And while some people just can’t get behind the idea of getting breathless and sweaty with a group of people they don’t know, we’re here to tell you why you should! Look at our top 5 benefits of group training:
Fitness is individual – everyone has different targets and different starting levels. Therefore, the training programme you need to achieve your desired goals will naturally vary from person to person. That’s why Picks PT take a highly individual approach, designing a personalised training programme for each client. This ensures that the programme is right for the client and has their individual aims for their fitness in mind. To help you understand the way that we approach training, we’ve put together