There’s no better time to be outside than in the summer. The birds are chirping, the sun is shining, and green spaces are calling your name. During the summer months, there are considerably more options for being active than in the colder winter months. Take advantage of all that summer has to offer with these three ideas for summer cardio fun. 1. Hit the Pavement You may have noticed that…
Given the current state in the US and the global health crisis as a whole, it is important to insert best hygiene practices to keep yourself and your family healthy. To that end, it is also paramount to keep stress levels down during such a crisis. One of the best ways to relieve stress is by keeping up with your fitness regimen despite gym or fitness center access. There are a variety of ways to keep your fitness journey on track whether flying solo, with a partner, or the entire family. Here are a few in-home workouts to try with your partner or the whole family while you’re in self-quarantine mode.
Maintaining your fitness routine can be a challenge in the winter, especially if a core part of your exercise involves outdoor activities like running. Fewer daylight hours, slick conditions, and freezing temperatures can deter anyone from getting outside for a solid sweat session, but you don’t have to be out for the entire season. Here at ViGOR FITNESS, we realize that reducing barriers for everyone to live a fit life for free with plenty of access to outdoor activities is a high priority. We have plenty of ways to make your chilly runs more enjoyable and safer. Here are some quick tips to get you running outside even when the temperature drops.
Have you ever looked in the mirror and felt dissatisfied with your size or wished you could change the numbers on a scale? You’re not alone. Recent research has shown that 89 percent of American women are unhappy with their weight and 84 percent of those women surveyed said they would like to lose weight. But tipping the scales isn’t just a concern for women. Body image has become a huge preoccupation for men as well but in the opposite direction. Almost a quarter of men say that they want to gain weight and become more muscular. So where’s the happy medium and why are people so obsessed with how much they weigh instead of how they feel?
Health at Every Size is the movement that’s looking to change our societal perspective by helping people love their bodies and set healthy standards that have nothing to do with weight.
Maintaining an active and healthy lifestyle throughout the year can be a challenge even on the best of days, but adding holidays into the mix can really throw a wrench in your fitness plans. As your to-do list grows longer and longer and your calendar fills up with other commitments like office parties, family dinners, and drinks with friends, some people feel like its nearly impossible to find time to exercise.
Are you interested in adding some extra cardio into your exercise routine? Not sure which cardio option is best for you when it comes to rowing vs running? In this article, we’re covering everything you need to know about these two types of cardio, including their benefits and when and how to do them.