You place your wristband onto the scanner at your AI-enabled gym’s reception, and a virtual receptionist pops up on the screen to say hi and welcome you. You jump on the treadmill and the connected technology linking your brand to the machine tells you just how far you ran last time, and what you need to achieve this time.
If you’re lucky enough to work at Google, then you’re sorted on the fitness front. With on-site fitness centers, classes, and micro kitchens so you can prepare healthy snacks throughout the day, this is one company that is investing in employee fitness.
Winter has brought Christmas party season, and all summer bodies are made in winter, so it’s important to try and keep your motivation levels up to keep yourself feeling fit and fantastic throughout this dark season. Here’s Right Path Fitness 5 ideas to get you motivated to work out this winter.
Right Path Fitness Founder Keith McNiven tells us how to keep the January motivation going. January motivation is a lot like warming open fire, spectacular at first but if you don’t keep adding those logs it’ll soon die away to nothing. To keep your motivation going through January and beyond, you’ve got to keep your fire burning, and we’ve got some great ideas to do just that.
There’s a reason that gyms and PT diaries are so full in January and it is called a festive indulgence. With all that lovely Christmas food on offer, we end up eating far too much and exercising far too little, then regretting it all come January and starting a diet.
There’s a club in the fitness world called the weight training club and once you join it you’ll never leave. Some were inspired to become a member by watching those epic atlas stones being hefted into place on World’s Strongest Man, some were recruited by the new wave of weights classes to a funky soundtrack, and yet others wandered over from their usual cardio stations in the gym to the weights section and found a whole new lifestyle.
When people want to improve their diets they will often go to the extreme and cut whole food groups from their diet, skip meals and eat far too few calories. This isn’t sustainable in the longer term and can even be counter-productive.
Don’t you love that smug feeling when you get someone just the right gift? Finding the perfect gift though can be hard, especially if you’re spending less than £30. A good starting point is always their hobbies and interests, so if they’re into fitness, here are some of the best fitness gifts for under £30.
You can work from home, you can shop from home but one of the best things you can do from home is to improve your health. Now, we’re not talking a few half-hearted push-ups as you wait for your porridge to ping in the microwave, but an actual personal trainer coming to your door armed with all the tools to bring your fitness goals to fruition.
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.
Quick and easy fat loss tips, do such things really exist? Actually, they do. As much as losing fat is down to focus on a healthy diet and regular exercise, there are many small changes that you can make to your lifestyle to give your fat loss goal an added edge. Our 10 fat loss tips won’t take much time and are easy to incorporate into your lifestyle.
The right gym gear is about more than looking good. Having the right trainers can give you the support you need as you run or take part in a fitness class. Wearing comfortable gear at the gym can help you to relax and participate more fully in your training.
Ah, it was a good holiday wasn’t it? But now, September is nearly here and it’s time to set aside those sun, sea and siesta memories and get properly back into your training. But if you’re struggling to drag your mind back from happy hour and your body back from the All You Can Eat buffet here are some tips to boost your motivation!
Yoga might not be a class that we offer at Right Path Fitness, but that doesn’t mean we don’t recognise the value that yoga offers as a form of exercise. Yoga has many benefits, not least being the positive impact it can have on stress levels. It can also help us to improve posture and breathing, and increase strength, flexibility and endurance. If yoga is something you’d like to add to your personal training regime, then here are some yoga classes you can try in London right now.
Protein powders are great, but what about the times when you don’t have time to make up a shake? A protein bar can be popped in your desk at work for after your lunchtime run, or kept in the car for after your workout. Here are 5 protein snacks to eat on the go.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could return from your holiday fitter than ever before? Stronger, healthier and maybe even with a brand new skill under your belt? Whether you’re looking to escape to a far flung destination, or head somewhere a little closer to home, there are some amazing fun fitness holidays that you could be taking this very summer- here are some of our favourites! in no particular order.