Tom, the personal trainer who founded Waite Training in Leeds has many tips to help you get started on working for your fitness goals.
Perimenopause and menopause are stages in a woman's life that can be challenging. The hormonal fluctuations associated with these transition periods and the decrease in estrogen levels make it challenging to maintain a healthy weight or stay fit. Fortunately, there are many strategies you can use to help yourself during this time.
Hitting the gym is one way to get into better shape and shed unwanted pounds and body fat. You may be doing what you think is right currently but not seeing the results you desire and aren't as in good shape as you'd like to be.
Rustling up three healthy meals from scratch every day is a lifetime goal for many of us. But in reality, it can be unfeasible. That's thanks to busy schedules, leaving you stuck splitting precious time between work, family, friends, and the wide variety of commitments life throws at us.
Fitting everything into your day is already difficult. There may be kids to sort out for school, pets to look after, and a job to keep. So the idea of fitting in quality time to exercise is like trying to climb Everest. Hard work.
Are you looking for the best personal trainer Leeds has to offer? Choosing a trainer is a highly personal experience. You want someone who will help you reach your goals and encourage you to be the best version of yourself.
We have all wanted to lose weight at one point in our lives for one reason or another. It could be because we want to fit into certain clothes better. It could be for health reasons, or it could be because we have a special event such as a wedding or holiday coming up.
Many people find it challenging to stick with a diet plan for any length of time. The idea of restricting yourself doesn't sit well with your psychology. You don't want to go the rest of your life thinking you'll never eat another carb. That's a recipe for disaster!
While strength training in some form or another belongs in everyone's training regime, selecting just five individual movements would be difficult. People's bodies are different. Their physiological differences, unique biomechanics, and level of experience with specific exercises would mean it'd be unsafe to make a broad generalisation.
It's the topic that's been on everyone's mind for close to a year now; COVID. While everyone has heard of it, what should you do if you catch it? And how should you go about restarting your training if you've been unwell? Well, first, it probably goes without saying that if you're experiencing symptoms, it's vital that you don't train through them or try to "sweat it out".
In any given January, you're bombarded with a slew of "new year, new me" resolutions. The sentiment is admirable, but if you've been paying attention, you'll have noticed that these resolutions don't seem to last.