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The benefits of the hula hoopHula hooping is an underrated sport. Most people immediately think of the schoolyard or gym class at school, but hula hooping is a complete workout for your body and mind. Especially your core, balance and endurance benefit greatly from a frequent hula hoop session. So dust off that hoop or buy a fitness hoop and start moving those hips!DiscoverPreviousNext
What are the benefits of heart rate training?Are you an enthusiastic athlete and do you want to optimise your workouts? Then you cannot avoid using a heart rate monitor. By doing heart rate training, you can keep a close eye on the intensity of your workout. With this, you don't train too lightly, but you also don't go over your limit by working out too intensively. DiscoverPreviousNext
The difference between an aqua boxing bag and a regular boxing bagWorking out with a boxing bag is gaining popularity. That is logical because you have all the advantages of (martial arts) training without the disadvantages. You throw punches and kicks without having to absorb them yourself. In addition, you don't need a sparring partner when using a boxing bag (also known as a punching bag), and you're less likely to get injured. Working out with a boxing bag is effective and has many benefits.DiscoverPreviousNext
What are the advantages of push-ups and pull-ups?Push-ups are probably one of the most well-known workouts. And rightly so. Push-ups, like pull-ups, are relatively simple exercises that you can do (almost) anywhere and which train many different muscle groups. For the basic exercises, you don't need anything else but yourself: you train with your own body weight. If you do want a more intensive workout, you can get accessories that take up very little space.DiscoverPreviousNext
Trigger points: how to treat them?Ouch, a knot! Everyone has probably had it happen at some point, whether you play sports or not: A painful spot where the muscles cramp up. Sometimes with a clearly identifiable cause, sometimes spontaneously. These are "trigger points", also called "muscle knots": a painful hardening in muscles that no longer can relax. This can cause pain, as well as a feeling of stiffness or restricted movement.DiscoverPreviousNext