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Choosing An Exercise Bike

One of the most popular fitness exercise machines is the exercise bike but buying one is not as straight forward as going to the shop and picking one out. There are many things to consider before you do this. You will want to consider not only the price but also the type of bike, whether you want an...

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Pull Up Workouts At Home

Pull ups are just exercises for the upper body that you perform with your upper body suspended, while you extend your arms and have your palms in an overhand grip on some fixed bar. These are different from chin-ups because they use an underhanded grip. Chin ups are exercises that work your bicep muscles, while these...

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Male Yoga…Why The Downward Facing Dog Could Replace Your Dumbbell

Men of the world! We live in 2016. It’s no longer acceptable to get in a taxi unless the word ‘UBER’ is scrawled across the side. The ‘selfie’ is an actual certified oxford defined noun, and also, it’s very cool for the modern man to put down the dumbbells and start stretching out on Yoga ball....

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Workout At Work! Introducing Deskercise…

One of the many excuses people have for not going to the gym alongside they ‘don’t have enough time’ or ‘would rather sit in front of Eastenders with a Chinese’ is that they’re too tired to go after work. Well there’s something you can do about that. The emergence of Deskercise (Yes, it’s actually a thing...

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Sitting is the New Smoking

You know how your mum always warned you about being a couch potato? And you were aware it was bad news, but never fully understood why? Well, healthcare practitioners are desperately trying to spread the word because sitting all day can kill you. Recent research has inspired a series of revelations that have resulted in some...

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12 stretching exercises that you can do at the office

The main purpose of stretching exercises is to reduce the muscle tension, keep the muscle flexibility, prevent pain and injury, and make you feel more relaxed. However, you keep a good posture at work, if your job consists in spend an average of six to eight hours sitting in front of the computer, you may develop...