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Gabriella Diesendorf
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Fitness Tips You Need To Implement in 2018

Most of us are well familiar with resolutions about leading a healthier life, which we usually make a the end of the year. We also know that very few of them materialise in the following year for a number of reasons. The first one is that our enthusiasm and motivation fade as the year progresses and old routines kick in. Next, we often set unrealistic goals and when we realise we can’t achieve them, we simply get frustrated and…


Posted on April 4, 2018 at 8:10am

Fitness Tips from Different Corners of the World

Every culture in the world has its own set of traditions and habits that help people get in shape and stay fit no matter what, and diversity is exactly what makes those cultures unique and worth mentioning. So, if you’re up for some useful fitness tips from different corners of the world, you’re definitely at the right place. Here are four of them you’ll absolutely adore, so check them out and enjoy!…


Posted on February 22, 2018 at 4:33am

This is what you should know if things go wrong in the gym

Gym enthusiasts, while pursuing their goals to get fit, often seem to forget how serious the consequences can be if they’re negligent and exercise more than they’re capable of. We all want to see the results of our workout as soon as possible, but this doesn’t mean that we should…


Posted on March 28, 2017 at 4:38am

How to Properly Get Back to Working out

Just as it is difficult to build your entire lifestyle and include a challenging, ever-changing workout to make things interesting, it is painfully simple to break a single habit that can affect your health and deprive you of those priceless hours at the gym, lifting heavy stuff. And once you’ve stopped training, muscle memory alone won’t be enough to get you back on track.

As Allen Saunders cleverly puts it: “Life is what…


Posted on March 27, 2017 at 8:16am

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