We don’t all have hundreds of hours a month to put into our fitness regime. And on top of all of that, we don’t possess the space to build a home gym. However, there is plenty we can do to ensure that our home fitness work is useful and productive, and all it takes is a little effort on choosing the right workouts and the right basic equipment.
Talk of healthy living, eating the right kind of food and weight loss often includes a term which understanding how it fits alongside these other elements is as important as knowing your carbohydrates from your proteins. The term is BMI and is an indicator used across both the medical world and the fitness industry as a way of measuring whether a person is at a healthy weight.
You’ve tried aquarobics, zumba and pilates. None of them are really for you but you’re determined to get in shape by working out. If you need inspiration as to the hottest work out trends of the year that really get your heart pumping and your muscles in shape, here’s a selection of what to look out for when booking classes at the gym.