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Enjoy a guilt-free National Curry WeekOctober 24, 2018
Just because you’re sticking to a nutrition plan doesn’t mean you have to miss out on the food that you enjoy. If there’s one thing that staff and members at Perform Gym love it’s a good curry! So, to celebrate National Curry Week we’ve pulled together some top tips for enjoying a guilt-free curry treat this week and beyond, along with some recipe and serving hacks from our Perform Fitness Family.
Perform Fitness Family: Laura F’s Fitness StoryOctober 19, 2018
There were a few moments that made me realise I needed to start exercising. My stressful job as a teacher was consuming my life. Exercise was always recommended because it provides an outlet and releases endorphins, but I found it hard to fit in around work.
Avoid Nutrition Hibernation This AutumnOctober 4, 2018
The Real Challenge: Fitting Fitness into Your LifeSeptember 17, 2018
Four Simple Ways to Start Exercising AgainAugust 29, 2018
It’s the time of year when people are searching for simple ways to start exercising again. Whether it’s the end of the indulgence that summer brings or the start of the new school year for parents that have been rushed of their feet over the holidays, getting back into fitness after a break away isn’t easy.
If finding the motivation to get started wasn’t enough, chances are – when you do take the plunge and try to kick start your regime – exercises feel awkward and anything cardio is an absolute killer!
Here at Perform our members are all ordinary people with very different lifestyles and unique needs, but there are some universal ways to make getting back on track easier and more enjoyable. Here are our top four tips:
Fasted Cardio For Fat Loss.May 4, 2016
Fasted cardio is the concept of training in the morning, usually low intensity cardio like walking etc. before consuming any food. The theory is that the lack of glycogen present as a fuel will encourage the body to turn to fat stores, mobilising more fat and burning more.
This is why many trainers and fitness enthusiasts have turned to this approach for increased results.
However, this myth of fasted cardio effectiveness has been disproven across several studies.
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