Tag: Lifestyle

Pokemon GO

Essential Tips For Pokémon GO

Starting Out has Never Been so Easy … ?

I won’t take credit for these tips – I’ll leave that the guys over at pref.com who published them originally. However, I will add a few of my own comments as a newbie having tried the game for a while. I will add that there won’t be any more updates after end July 2016 as I have now deleted the game. There just wasn’t enough depth to it for me and I’d prefer to read a book!

Polar Loop and Other Obsessions

Always on. Always moving. Am I?

I went on holiday to Spain about a month ago and was impressed by the presence and scope of sports in Barcelona. There was a whole department store dedicated to sports (Corte Ingles) – 4 large floors of everything from running gear to golf, swimming, trekking, shooting, skateboarding and more – along with numerous outlets for training shoes. Keeping fit seemed more of a way of life and, as somebody who keeps fit in order to better handle life’s challenges, I felt a bit like a kid in a candy store.

Fitness

It’s never too late to get fit

Exercise is key to happy and healthy old age according to the latest research. So what are you waiting for?

Those who are active as pensioners can stave off major illnesses such as heart disease and dementia.

An eight-year British study found that those who exercised at least once a week were between three and seven times more likely to be classed as “healthy agers”.

Health and Fitness Apps (iOS) Part 4

Apps Reviewed: PR Fitness, Sleep Talk, Pocket CPR, Pedometer GPS+

I missed the last scheduled post – been so busy at the restaurant that I haven’t had time to write this instalment, but here it is.

This is part 4 of a summary of the apps I use to help me workout and add fresh ideas to my workouts to keep it interesting. The order I am working through is based on the frequency I use the apps or the importance I attribute them. Each post covers 4 apps, so there will be 5 posts in total.

Health and Fitness Apps (iOS) Part 3

App reviews of Footsteps, TabataTrainer, Workout Hero, NHS Blood

Getting fit has never been easy, and while this is mainly due to motivation and trying to adapt to introducing massive change in your life (instead of small incremental steps), there are a plethora of tools and apps available today to help you on the road to fitness. I’ve used a few and have a kit-bag of apps on my iPhone to help keep me on track or provide a diversion to my usual program to break up the monotony.

Health and Fitness Apps (iOS) Part 2

We review: Blood Type Diet, Heart Rate, Full Fitness, Sleep Cycle

Getting fit has never been easy, and while this is mainly due to motivation and trying to adapt to introducing massive change in your life (instead of small incremental steps), there are a plethora of tools and apps available today to help you on the road to fitness. I’ve used a few and have a kit-bag of apps on my iPhone to help keep me on track or provide a diversion to my usual program to break up the monotony.

Health and Fitness Apps (iOS) Part 1

Reviewing: 100 Pushups, Stronglifts 5×5, MyFitnessPal, YAYOG, Fitocracy

Getting fit has never been easy, and while this is mainly due to motivation and trying to adapt to introducing massive change in your life (instead of small incremental steps), there are a plethora of tools and apps available today to help you on the road to fitness. I’ve used a few and have a kit-bag of apps on my iPhone to help keep me on track or provide a diversion to my usual program to break up the monotony.

Yin Yang

Living the Full Life

In business and in life, a passion for fitness plays a huge role in the life of Yash Birla, the 44-year-old chairman of the Yash Birla Group. The business magnate boasts a physique that most captains of industry can’t, and with his latest venture — a fitness DVD called 100% Living — he’s hoping to share his philosophy of wellness with others.