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5 strength training methods and what they are good for

5 strength training methods and what they are good for

Strength training is becoming more and more popular with men and women alike. For each individual, the question arises: What do I want to achieve with this? Because different strength training methods should be used depending on the objective. Therefore here is an overview:

Why sit-ups are not the best choice for training

Why sit-ups are not the best choice for training

Sit-ups are probably the best-known exercise when it comes to training the abdominal muscles and core. But they have fallen into disrepute and have some disadvantages. Orthopedists even advise against them. In fact, there are better exercises for a strong core. Read on…

Runners should strengthen the legs to prevent back pain

Runners should strengthen the legs to prevent back pain

Those who have never had back pain belong to a rare species. However, even with many runners, the back often causes problems. The consequences were training failures and missed competitions. A study now shows that not only back and core training can prevent issues with the back. Significantly runners should strengthen the legs to avoid back pain.

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This intensity workout burns 346 calories in 13 minutes

This intensity workout burns 346 calories in 13 minutes

Burning calories is one of the most common reasons to exercise. But 15 minutes of fast cycling burns just 100 calories, while the same amount of jogging burns around 150 calories. An intensity workout developed by US sports scientists is much more effective. The body 

Deadlifts are not only a great exercise for the back

Deadlifts are not only a great exercise for the back

A well-sculpted V-shaped back is a real eye-catcher. Both with clothes and without. If you want to train the muscles of your back optimally, there is no getting around deadlifts. By the way, deadlifts are also good for your back and prevent back pain. Here 

How to optimize your training with a finisher

How to optimize your training with a finisher

If you feel that it could be a bit more after a training session, you can add a finisher. Here you work for another 5 to 10 minutes at the highest intensity. This will allow you to tap into the last energy reserves and get even more out of your training. First, however, you should pay attention to a few things:

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