we reveal some of the fitness moves that the dancers and the celebrity participants will be going through to enable them to perform plies and pirouettes with ease.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to become an Olympian. I guess the first thing is to have some talent in your chosen sport but, as Olympic Champion Mo Farah says, “You don’t have to be the best to win a gold medal, sometimes you just have to want it more than the next guy.” Continue reading
The great outdoors makes a fabulous gym. While the great facilities, varied classes, expert advice and bumpin’ music makes the gym a fantastic place to work out, sometimes a little variety can really spice up your fitness routine. Continue reading
Cardio doesn’t have to be a dirty word. It’s been a long time since I was involved in endurance sport, but I still enjoy cardio*. However, I don’t often fancy the idea of plodding on a cross trainer for half an hour. Continue reading
Interval training is one of the best ways to get results from our cardiovascular training. This means training at high and low levels of intensity, rather than training at one pace. Continue reading
If you are following a training regime for any length of time, then your body will adapt to the stress your exercise is putting on it. This means the muscles, heart and lungs all adapt so they can cope with the work load. While this is great for efficiency, it does mean that you have to work harder to lose weight. Continue reading
Sometimes you just want to go to the gym and work yourself until you drop. You know the feeling. A hard day at work, a self-critical look in the mirror, a feeling of pent up tension – whatever it is, you just want to leave it all on the treadmill, the weight deck or the gym mat Continue reading
Spin classes, boxercise, bootcamp circuits, smash HIT – whatever your thing, group fitness is becoming a huge trend, and for good some very good reasons. Continue reading
For some people, cycling is a necessity, a means to get to college or work; for others it is a passion that leads them to ride for hours at the weekends; for many it is an activity that makes up one part of their weekly fitness regime. Continue reading
There will be times when you are not able to go to the gym for a work-out. You might be away with work, time might be against you, you may be on holiday. But no matter, one of the things we like to do here at Kelsey Kerridge, is give you new ideas to help you maintain or boost your fitness levels.
Well, stair-running or tower-running is one of those crazy ideas. Continue reading