What do you with your garage? Why not make use of the space and install a home gym. Walk from your home to the gym in seconds. In your slippers. Maybe.
One office building - the White Collar Factory in Old Street London - has taken it to the next level to keep their employees fit. They've installed a rooftop 150-metre running circuit!
They say men peak at 28. As you enter your 30s your body slows down, you feel aches and pains and it's more difficult to keep yourself fit, particularly with a busy lifestyle. So, what can you do to check you're in reasonable shape?
At Short Motivation, we love to hear about brands with a purpose, which could be the reason why the company designed their clothes in a particular manner or fabric, or how they tackled the industry in a disruptive or alternative manner. Enter Ten Thousand whose fitness range is all about reaching your goals and how they can help pursue opportunities in life, better.
Do fitness trackers work? Anecdotal evidence says yes, but the science says no: a study in September last year found that when people were put on a fat-loss regime and instructed to either wear one or not, the people wearing trackers lost less weight than their tracker-free brethren.
In an age where social media is capable of linking like-minded people across the world, it’s no wonder a fitness focused app is needed. After all, training with someone else is always a great way to find that extra ounce of motivation. FitCliq is a free service that users can sign up and find new friends to enjoy their exercises with.
With so many running apps on the market, it’s hard to know which ones to take seriously. All of them come with a tagline about ‘best one yet, or ‘the only running app you’ll ever need’ and to be quite honest, most are plain average. So it’s with caution that we approach RunGo that promises all of the above and more.
Rogue Fitness has released the brand-new DB-15 loadable dumbbell. The heavy-duty equipment packs the same excellent build quality of Rogue’s full-size Ohio bar – the official barbell of the CrossFit Games – but in a handy home workout version.