Saturday, September 22, 2018
The Short Version The Garmin Vivosport is an excellent everyday fitness tracker that doesn’t sell you short when it comes to full sports tracking, with a built-in GPS and 24/7 optical heart rate monitoring. It’s not the most elegant tracker...
What’s your gut feeling? According to mounting evidence, that’s one of the most important questions you can ask yourself when it comes to health. Your gut, after all, is responsible for letting in nutrients and water while keeping...

Rowing machines

If you only have space for one piece of gym equipment at your house, it’s very difficult to make a case for anything other than the rowing machine, which delivers a full-body workout as well as improving your...

Upgrade Your Gym Workouts

We're well aware that time spent on the treadmill can often stand still. If you're bored of your gym routine, help is at hand. With our favourite ways to get fit in the gym, you'll never have to...
There’s a fitness tracker for everything these days, whether you’re a hardcore athlete gunning for a PB or just a casual dog walker logging the distance you’ve covered. But while most trackers are designed to give a decent...
Photograph: Adrian Lawrence; styling: Emily Kydd The first move many make after a tough run is to flop on the sofa for several hours, ideally surrounded by a sackful of junk food. While no-one is saying you shouldn’t reward...
The right workout playlist can be an invaluable ally in making the time you spend pumping iron or pounding the pavements more enjoyable, so it’s worth freshening up your personal exercise soundtrack regularly. If you’re short on ideas...

Cross-trainers

Pity the gym-goer of the early 1990s, for their cardio workout options were limited to the treadmill, exercise bike and rowing machine. That’s because it wasn’t until 1995 that US company Precor introduced the cross-trainer to the world,...
It’s said that abs are built in the kitchen. In other words, your diet plays the leading role in making sure you’re not concealing the set of rectus and transversus abdominus and obliques you have. Nevertheless, how you...
If you’re putting in the hours in your gym’s weights room, lifting dumbbell after barbell after kettlebell, it’s only natural to expect bigger, stronger muscles. Unfortunately, if you’re not also making the same effort in the kitchen to...
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