Like all sports, to do well, it is essential to stay in peak condition and maintain a very high fitness level. Although we can see that to be a marathon runner, sprinter or athlete of any description, a tennis player or a football star, the highest level of fitness is a must. But what about jockeys? The horse obviously needs to be in top condition, but how fit does a jockey … [Read more...] about How Fit is a Jockey?
Whether you enjoy casual walks or regular gym sessions, exercise is ingrained many people’s daily lives. If you consume alcohol, it’s important to understand the impact it can have on your fitness routine and performance. Alcohol interferes with the body’s metabolism, and affects brain function, which causes a decrease in performance. During any form of fitness activity, we … [Read more...] about How cutting out alcohol can help with your fitness routine
Pullman Hotels & Resorts, a leading brand within the Accor group, is pleased to announce a strategic global partnership with Les Mills, the world’s largest creator of group fitness classes available at health clubs, online, and now, at select Pullman destinations. Pullman Power Fitness Fueled by Les Mills makes Pullman the first boutique fitness hotel brand with … [Read more...] about Pullman takes fitness into a new era with Les Mills through a powerful mix of innovative exercise programming and community engagement
Sanding is the DIY job that burns the most calories with men losing 456 calories per hour and women 392 calories! Gardening can be a good way to get rid of some calories: men burned 337 calories and women 306 calories. The DIY job that burns the least calories is wallpapering: men burned 217 calories per hour and women burned 180 calories. Kane Hughes, DIY expert from … [Read more...] about FITBIT Test: These DIY Jobs Burn the Most Calories
As severe anxiety and depression increase in those aged 12-18 years, the 2020 Irish Life Health Schools’ Fitness Challenge highlights how exercise has a positive impact on mental health. Major recent study of 19,000 young people* finds those who participated in sports experienced better mental health than those who did not. Young people who played sport were less … [Read more...] about Exercise Proven to have Positive Impact on Mental Health Amongst Secondary School Students