If you’ve ever woken up feeling tired and groggy after a full night’s sleep, did you ever wonder that it could be your mattress that’s causing the problem?
The rapid advancement of technology means that we now have a whole host of gadgets and gizmos to help us out with all aspects of our lives. From apps that translate foreign languages in real time to virtual reality headsets that allow us to travel the world from the comfort of our sofa, technology is opening up a whole host of possibilities when it comes to enhancing our life experiences. So, it was only a matter of time before technology addressed the world of sleep!
For those of us who have to do the 9-5 grind, finding the time and motivation to spend on your body can be tricky. Social fitness, however, is a fantastic way to motivate you into cramming exercise into your week, whilst adding enjoyment and a little competitiveness to making your body a temple. If you wish your body to be a temple or even a modestly sized shed, here are some great ways to achieve this.
Many people wouldn’t think twice about buying the right equipment to compete in a triathlon or swim the Channel. However, despite spending a third of our lives in bed, it seems that plenty of us aren’t properly kitted out in the bedroom.
Just as you need supportive running shoes for jogging, an orthopaedic mattress provides the support that your spine needs while you sleep. As quality sleep helps us to lose weight, improve memory, and recover from intensive training, mattresses are an investment worth making!
Whether you lean towards weight training or working on your cardio, the work that you do away from the gym is just as important as when you are there, with many coaches and trainers even believing the importance of recovery exceeds the training itself. With that in mind, here are some top tips for maximizing your post-workout recovery.
We are so used to having breakfast, lunch, and dinner that we don’t even think about it. But, did you know that it is a routine our bodies are not actually used to?