We have often talked about making sure your training schedule is balanced with a mix of strength, cardio and toning/flexibility classes. We have made planning your week even easier with refining our class options so you know exactly what you need to balance your body. We have also carefully balancedRead More
When we run our 21 Day Challenges or have clients want to Up the Ante, often the discussion leads to training twice per day. Whether it be doing a sunrise class on the beach before work followed by a sunset class in the park after work or adding in a beach run plus one of our classes or even a gym session plus one of our classes. In theory it all sounds fantastic, energetic and a sure fire way to double your results, however as your trainer and mentor its my role to ensure you do this safely without the threat of over training or injury. Read our latest blog for some tips on how to train twice a day safely!
Could you have SPPT Syndrome?
Its common and its out there, lurking around the hood. You may not have it but I am confident enough to put $100 where my mouth is, that you have a friend with SPPT Syndrome.
Ok, Ok well what the hell is it you ask? Read on to find out more…
Did you know consistent stretching significantly decreases muscle soreness? If you are guilty of skipping your stretches post exercise, then wind down with this 10-minute all over loosener. Make sure you are still warm from your workout or if you are using this as a pre workout then warm up with 5 minutes of skipping or high-knee marching if you have knee or shin issues.
Looking at the people who come top of the pile in terms of strength, performance and physique, you’d be incorrect for thinking if you want to lose fat, get lean, or even build muscle, you have to specialize in one particular type of training.
And when I say specialize I mean sticking to just to one form of exercise and spending all your time focusing your efforts on one goal and one form of training (eg: the gym).
They say variety is the spice of life, and this is very true than when talking about training.