The times we live in are tough and as the reality of the current economic squeeze on family finances becomes more evident, more measures need to be taken to cut costs for many families. As Husbands, fathers and sons of the household, it is usually up to us to bring the bag home and so we start to cut out the unnecessary subscriptions and unneeded purchases. But, should your fitness be on that list to get the cut? Are there other options to consider instead of a gym membership? In this post, I’d like to talk to you about how you can maintain your fitness while we chart these recurring and turbulent times with the help of a pair of trainers and a kettlebell.
Today, more and more of us are coming to the realisation that we need to include a level of exercise into our weekly timetable. Men, women and children, the elderly, we all need the benefits gained from regular exercise. But the gym environment isn’t for everyone. Gyms can very often be overcrowded if you attend at peak times, the sweaty environment can result in men and women becoming undressed and showing what should be covered in front of non-marriage partners, and when testosterone is ramped up the gym can turn into a Zoo with wild men doing wild things.
It’s hotter than ever to do your workouts at home. You don’t have eyes watching you or distractions and music blaring like in a gym. The occurrence of Covid-19 has changed aspects of our living but one thing that doesn’t have to change is your ability to go hard and achieve targets when it comes to your fitness training. I’ve written this circuit training session for the men that like to push their limits and recognise their need for growth and a maintained health/body.
Some people enjoy running and others enjoy going for regular walks, while others won’t be seen outside without their cycle. Most people have at least one form of physical activity they enjoy enough to put regular time and money into pursuing. Watching the big football game of the week may bring you excitement, entertainment andContinue reading “Exercise During COVID-19 (Coronavirus)”