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Monthly Archives: September 2018

  • 5 Reasons Why Couples Who Sweat Together, Stay Together

    Research finds surprising benefits from exercising together.

    Every day, across the country, individuals are hitting the gym, pounding the pavement, and signing on to new fitness challenges.

    Maybe they shouldn't be doing it alone.

    It’s time you considered how physical fitness can benefit not only your own health and well-being, but that your relationship. Why not grab your partner’s hand and invite him or her to be your workout partner as well? A growing body of evidence suggests that couples who sweat together really do stay together. In fact, working out together can…:

    1. Increase your happiness with your relationship. Lab studies show that after jointly participating in an exciting physical challenge or activity, couples report feeling more satisfied with their relationships and more in love with their partner.

    2.Improve the efficiency of your workouts. A long-standing concept in social psychology is that the mere presence of someone else affects your ability to do an activity. Even if you already feel competent doing a particular exercise, bringing along your partner may be a fantastic way to boost your energy output.

    3. Help you achieve your fitness goals When partners care about fitness—their own and their partner’s—it becomes easier to achieve fitness goals.

    At Everybody'sGym we offer a wide variety of memberships.....one of them being a couples membership.

    For more info head over to www.everybodysgym.co.uk and click of price.

    Everybody's Team

  • 6 Secrets to Take the Dread Out of the Treadmill

    There are two kinds of people in life: those who love the treadmill and those who can't stand it.
    If you really want to have fun on the treadmill—or at least pass the time more easily—this is how you do it.
    1. Add Intervals.
    This is my #1 tip for beating treadmill boredom. Sometimes simply being on the treadmill is boring. Intervals are by far the best way to pass the time on any cardio machine. Rather than 30 minutes of running (or walking) at one continuous pace, you can break up your run into six 5-minute intervals, for example. It really helps the time fly by and gives you something to focus on. All it means is that you work harder, then you work easier by changing up your speed and/or incline. Here are some examples of how I incorporate intervals on the treadmill to pass the time. Note that you may need to adjust the speeds here to suit your fitness level, as these are just examples to give you ideas.

    Interval Example #1

    • Run at 7 mph for 1 minute.
    • Run at 7.5 mph for 1 minute.
    • Run at 8 mph for 1 minute.
    • Sprint at 9 mph for 30 seconds.
    • Recover at 6 mph for 2 minutes.
    • Repeat until you reached your workout goal (30 minutes, 3 miles, etc.)

    2. Race someone.
    I discovered this by accident. When I hopped on the treadmill—all set to do my own interval workout—my friend jumped on the treadmill next to me a couple minutes later and said he was going to race me. "First one to a mile wins!" I know it seems silly, but it really motivated me to push myself and to have fun with my run. That first mile was over in the blink of an eye! Bring a buddy along to Everybodys to try this out. If you're working out alone, visualize yourself in a race. Or if you're in the gym, peek at the console of the person next to you and race him or her (they don't need to know!).

    3. Cover the console.
    There is nothing motivating about seeing the clock slowly tick away when you're on the treadmill. So I do my best to cover up the clock (or look away from it) as much as possible. It's almost like a game I play with myself to see how long I can resist looking at it. A watched treadmill clock never ticks. You're better off looking at something else if you're trying to prevent boredom!

    4. Challenge yourself.
    It's true that running and walking on a treadmill is not as challenging as doing the same exercise outside. The treadmill has other perks: like showing you exactly how hard you're working. I take advantage of these truths when on the treadmill. I push myself to run faster than I normally would outside (and I can see exactly how fast I'm going!), which proves to be a fun challenge. The other perk of challenging yourself to work harder is that you can get in a great workout in a lot less time. So next time, push it on those speed intervals. Try a few sprints. See how long you can maintain a quicker clip.

    5. Break it up.
    If you had 100lbs to lose, you wouldn't wait until you lose all 100lbs before celebrating would you? No! You'd probably break it up into smaller milestones, and celebrate each one. I do the same thing when I have to hit the treadmill. Instead of dreading a 30-minute treadmill run, I'll break it up into 5-minute increments. Each one I accomplish gets a mini "WooHoo!" and makes me feel like I'm closer to my ultimate goal.

    For any training advice or to get started call us: 01775 768500 or message us on facebook

    Everybodys gym team

  • 3 habits of healthy people

    Lifestyles that involve plenty of physical activity, adequate rest, balanced diets, and positive energy. And, of course, looking good is a great by-product of

    HEALTHY LIVING

    Here are 3 ‘healthy habits’

    Healthy Habit #1: Pay attention to nutrition

    In the long run it is important that you eat food that is wholesome and nutritious that will keep you full and satiated. A tasty whole fish, a colourful salad with tasty nuts, eggs prepared in different ways, it’s all part of the deal A plethora of delicious, wholesome food awaits you if you choose to make a change in the way you eat. Health, nutrition and weight loss go hand in hand. Not to mention the impact good nutrition has on your hair and skin too.

    Healthy Habit #2: Portion control

    Eat healthy food that you love, and what is convenient to prepare. Just eat less of it. No matter what you eat, if you eat too much of it, your body is going to store it. If you go out for lunch with a healthy friend, do observe his or her eating habits. You will notice that they eat until they are full and happily pushes the plate away when done. If you habitually eat long after your stomach’s full and how, it’s time to start working on portion control.

    Healthy Habit #3: Daily exercise

    Most of the healthy people you know are probably disciplined enough to stay active. Remember, if you can watch tv at night, you have the time to go for a walk. Evening walks, gym workouts, are just some of the activities that are not too hard to commit to. The idea is to keep moving and to use those muscles before the body starts shedding them.

    For more tips and information just get in touch.

    EVERYBODYS TEAM

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