Sandbells have been around for over 5 years and make a great addition to your workout. They’re soft stretchy disc shapes that you fill with sand and can be used in many of the same ways you would use a medicine ball, kettlebell or dumbbell.
Group training is still a huge trend. Whether you’re into spinning, HIIT, dance, or circuits there will be a class to suit you. And if you’re lucky enough to live in London, there’s probably one going on right at the end of your street.
When you exercise, you’re training. It might be that you’re trying to push the body past what you’ve known it can do before. You might be trying to maintain a level of fitness. In any instance, you need to make sure that you’ve taken the right amount of time for rest and recovery. It’s a very important part of exercise, but a lot of people don’t seem to grasp the true importance of it.
Balance is a fine art which some people never quite learn to perfect, regardless of how many years worth of practice they have. Being able to balance your home life, your work life, your social life, your children’s lives, your love life and to consistently implement and maintain some sort of fitness schedule or routine can seem like an almost impossible task
One of the most common misconceptions about the world of exercise, particularly for females, is that incorporating weight training into an exercise will give you a bulky and muscular body, which of course is the ideal physique for some, but many women simply wish to look more lean and slim.
Sometimes we need to take a break from our training schedules. Whether we need a breather to focus on our families, to go on holiday, because we have a lot of work on or we simply don’t feel like working out – everyone suffers from occasional dips in motivation, meaning we take a step back from a health and fitness routine.
Ah, autumn, time to crank up the heating and hunker down until summer comes along again, right? Actually, whilst the days might be getting shorter and the weather decidedly chilly, you can still feel fantastic this autumn with our 5 tips to kick start your season.
Here at Right Path Fitness we’re all about focusing on the latest trends across a wide range of areas, and health and fitness is no exception; there’s always new and innovative fitness training methods and disciplines coming into play all the time.
Here at Right Path Fitness we are strong advocates of anything that helps to build a stronger, fitter, healthier, and more confident you – so we don’t limit ourselves in any way to just focusing on certain styles of forms of training that might not necessarily benefit all our clients to the maximum.
Pilates exercises are designed to strengthen the body through core strength, body alignment, and stretching – it’s a fantastic form of exercise that’s highly beneficial to anyone no matter what your fitness level, age of personal training, and health goals.
If there’s one exercise that generations of kids in gym class dreaded, it was the pull-up test. For many people, pull-ups are some of the most difficult physical exercises, and the truth is that these are really hard exercises.
You may argue that squats are the king of all exercises, however, do not underestimate deadlifting. Or weightlifting as you prefer. While squatting helps you build your size, deadlifting helps you carve out the perfect upper and lower body like no other exercise.