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.
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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
A really tough workout can be quite exhausting, physically and mentally, so it’s always nice to reward yourself for your hard work. Knowing there’s a reward at the end can provide some incentive and motivation to push yourself and test your limits. At the same time, there’s no point reaching for something which is going to undo any of the good you’ve just done. Here are just a few ways you can reward yourself in a healthy yet indulgent way.Enjoy
Is it safe to exercise while pregnant?The short answer is yes. Generally, maintaining a regular exercise routine will keep you fit and aid in a healthy pregnancy. If you had a routine in place before you got pregnant, there shouldn't be any reason you need to avoid the gym. If your activity was low before, there is no reason why you can't start improving it now. However, there are some conditions you'll need to consider. Every woman's body is different, and every
Even though we know that regular exercise has countless mental and physical benefits, this knowledge doesn't always get us off the couch or out of the office and into a fitness session. It may surprise you to learn that even the fittest people in the world still have days where their motivation plummets, but they find a way to work out regardless. How do they do it? Want to find out how to hack your own motivation with real science? Read
Why fitness improves your physical and mental health Fitness is about far more than looking good in your clothes and boosting your confidence – though that's an added benefit for anyone looking to get into a good routine. Exercising and adding some movement to your day benefits you just as much on the inside as it does the out. Less than an hour of your favourite cardio, strength training or sport a day can work wonders for your brain and just
Undoubtedly, exercise is good for your health. Many people exercise on a regular basis as they want to gain all the benefits that exercise can bring. Getting motivated to get moving every day can be a challenge especially this year with business restrictions and social distancing requirements due to Covid-19.