TRACK YOUR PROGRESS – it’s hard to see how far you come unless you keep a track of your progress. Regular measurements, body fat % checks (don’t mean every day, but once a month or every 6 weeks should be on your schedule), pictures of yourself are great (take them every 1-3 months?
Nowadays we find more and more research encouraging elderly people to take part in physical activities for various reasons – from keeping their muscle mass, maintaining bone density or to being capable of carrying on the normal daily activities. After the age of 40, our muscles start losing 5-10% of their strength each
Egg white! I have this box from Muscle food but you can also find them on Tesco’s and Asda’s shelves. Great, if you are trying to watch your fat intake.
3 ingredients cookie: 1 can of chicpeas (drained ) 1/2 jar of peanut butter ( but you can also use almond butter or any other ) 3 tsp of honey ( again depending on your sweet tooth 🙂 1 tsp baking soda Instructions: Mix everything together in the food processor, put on a tray on
It’s not long enough when I had a pregnant client coming to me asking for an advice. I regularly get emails from females who get pregnant and would like to carry on with exercise but can’t find too much information on google, what is safe for them and what is not or find lots of
Congratulation! If you are reading this blog post it means that you have at home a beautiful boy or girl and thinking to go slowly back to your exercise routine. Unfortunatelly you can find on google lot’s of information regarding ”safe postnatal workouts” and some of them might do more harm than good. You might