If you’ve spent months doing the same cardio or strength exercises, you may reach a point where you feel uninspired. It may be time to switch up your routine. Even a small change, such as taking a short walk each day, playing a sport or signing up for a new fitness class through your Y membership, can make a big difference.
One of the top reasons people don’t exercise is they want to avoid crowded exercise classes where they feel left behind as everyone around them seems to “get” the choreographed moves the instructor is calling for.
You probably won't be surprised to learn health and fitness goals rank at the top of most New Year's resolution lists. However, statistics show less than 10 percent of people achieve these goals. Make 2019 the year you beat the odds. Come join the Y’s fitness center, and use the below tips to sustain your motivation all year long.
Meals to prepare, guests to entertain and gifts to wrap. It’s all part of the fun of celebrating the holidays, but if you’re like many, it’s also the perfect excuse to skip your regular workout routine. However, sooner or later you might start to feel a little guilty about delaying that fitness schedule. Here are 5 great ways to break away from the holiday tasks, and sneak in a holiday workout at the Y’s fitness center:
Whether you are new to the fitness world or a seasoned veteran in the gym, following the below tips can help you minimize your risk of suffering from burnout or injuries. Should you suffer an injury, they can also aid you in preventing weight gain while you recover.
Have you recently decided to take control of your health and get in shape? Congratulations! This is a major step toward improving your overall well-being. If your new health journey includes joining a Las Vegas gym or fitness center, you might find yourself wondering exactly how to get started. You're not alone.
Whether you're new to exercising or trying to get back in the game, there are many reasons to choose a Las Vegas personal trainer to help jump-start your journey. If you're still on the fence as to whether to go it alone or with a professional, consider these points: