Strength training is good for your body, provided you perform the exercises correctly and safely. An example of how you can achieve this is having a person keep an eye on you while you are doing dumbbell exercises. But there are also other simple but valuable 'tools' that protect your body.
Strength training. It makes your muscles stronger, improves your metabolism, gives you more strength, improves your posture and makes you feel fitter. The list of benefits is endless. In any case, it is good to do strength training. But... Where do you start?
Pilates: what once began as part of the war veterans rehabilitation program in World War I has become a popular way to maintain good mental and physical health. And rightly so, because Pilates has many advantages!
“Sitting is the new smoking.” The saying has been around for quite a while, but it seems to be more relevant than ever. For many of us, it is still a challenge to get enough exercise during working hours. Especially now that we work from home a lot.