A mat is perhaps one of the most versatile sporting accessories. You can use a mat for many different exercises and sports, not just fitness or yoga. They are available in different thicknesses and can be made from various materials, and often you can also choose fun colours and prints.
You've probably come across both of them frequently: yoga and Pilates. Sometimes, however, they are used side by side or interchangeably, or they are seen as one and the same. Completely unjustified, because although there are similarities between yoga and Pilates, they have their own origin and purpose. In this blog, we'll go deeper into the differences so you can make a good choice if you want to start with one of them, but are not sure which one.
Balance training has a lot of advantages. It strengthens your core muscles and helps prevent injuries. In addition, it promotes your performance in all sports because you have better control over your body and posture. Your balance is easy to train with simple exercises and sometimes with accessories. You can also do this type of training at home, for example by taking a break from your job in front of the screen.
Sitting. That's what we generally do a lot. Whether you're at the office, working at home, studying or have to travel from A to B in the car. The longer you sit, the harder it is to get out of the chair. The muscles protest when you sit for a long time, but they also don't feel like getting up...
With two summers behind us in which temperatures rose well above thirty degrees, there is a chance that we will also have quite a few warm or even tropical days ahead of us this summer. Exercising on those days is fine, provided you know what to take into account.