If you have back pain, neck pain, headaches, anxiety or just a hard time relaxing, an acupressure mat could make an enormous difference to your life in many ways. Just this one mat can help to relieve pain, reduce stress and improve your mood and your sleep.
Adding these 5 exercises can create a workout that targets your whole body. The addition of the resistance band not only adds a twist to these ordinary exercises but will make them all the more effective at strengthening your glutes, biceps, shoulders and more.
Acupuncture mats are perfect to use for at-home relaxation, working to relieve aches, pains and help with sleep problems such as insomnia. If you are a fan of relaxing and meditating at home, an acupressure mat would be a perfect addition to your life. The mat itself has several benefits to your overall mental and physical health and well being.
Resistance bands have surged in popularity during the pandemic, and that doesn’t seem to slow down any time soon. However, many people are still questioning whether it is possible to lose significant weight by using resistance bands?
Your glutes can make a significant impact on your entire body’s overall strength. They work to support your core and allow for increased mobility with other exercises. Having weak glute muscles can contribute to back pain, damaging posture and affect your balance.
Strengthening your legs can be less exciting and fun than training and exercising your upper body. Leg day is just as important as any other day because your legs are your base. Keeping your base strong, flexible and fully functional can give you a better starting point for your overall body strength. Here are 5 of the best exercises to give a strong foundation for future workouts.
Keeping your home workouts versatile is probably more important and provides more benefits than you think. When you repeatedly target the same muscles or areas in the same way your body gets used to it, causing it to become less effective over time. To avoid losing the effectiveness in your workouts and to keep seeing results you need to keep your body on its toes.
We’re slowly returning back to normal and that means the gyms will be re-opening. You may have chosen not to work out while in lockdown without gym access, chosen to do some light exercise or simply not had enough space to workout. So, with that in mind, we'll give you some handy exercises to add to your routine to help you get back on track.