If you prefer Netflix marathons to actual marathons or if you would rather run past a treadmill then on one, then you might be one of the many who would consider themselves a ‘non-runner.’ Like runners, non-runners come in all shapes and sizes with varying levels of fitness.
Not only is it NICE to be warm, but being warm helps prevent your body crave all those high-fat foods in an effort to create ‘insulation’ for the body. By keeping your body warm you might find it easier to stay away from foods that undo all the good you’re doing at the gym.
We all experience it, that little voice inside your head saying “It’s too dark”, “It’s too cold”, “Sleep is so good” or “I’ll go tomorrow”. With Winter fast approaching the excuses we come up with to avoid exercise can go into overdrive!! To keep you on track to stay active, maintain the fitness
Yoga is our go to stress relief tool. We’ve put together 5 yoga poses to help reduce stress in your life. Did you know? Stress is natural response in our body and can have either a positive or negative impact on our wellbeing. For many of us today, we are
We know the obvious ways to staying warm in winter and everybody has personal preferences like taking a really hot shower or standing in front of a heater or wearing layers and layers of clothing. Over here at TWOSIX we prefer to create warmth by moving the body as often
Some handy tips to help you achieve these otherwise vague goals. Remember to be specific in your goal – what exactly does eating better mean to you? Is it to control portions or just eat more of the ‘right’ food? Same goes for exercise. Set a weekly or monthly goal.
I’m not sure about you but my energy level in the gym is heavily influenced by my last meal. If I exercise before eating anything, I run out of steam quickly. 20 minutes in my mind is searching for energy sources, convincing me that we’re going to have to leave
Pilates is a constant exploration of mind and body and at any given time each person will find different exercises to be powerful or strong, depending on where they are in their Pilates practice. I believe a powerful exercise doesn’t necessarily need to be the most challenging exercise; it can