We all have to face life’s stresses and strains. How we cope with these is affected by our genes, our experiences and our upbringing. The good news is that you can learn to deal with stress and..
New Year’s resolutions – we all make them, but why? Turns out we have been making them for thousands of years. It all started in ancient Babylon, with people making promises to gods hoping they..
For most of us, the need to warm up is two-fold: to enhance performance and prevent injury. Yet it’s often deemed a necessary evil. We all know it makes sense to raise your body temperature,..
Although many professional teams have used GPS devices during training to monitor training loads and the fitness levels of their players, the sport will now join a host of others including rugby,..
In medium to large amounts and in close proximity to training, drinking will more than likely jeopardise your training efforts! As always there is slightly more to consider. Alcohol (ethanol) is..
Our content writer Daniel volunteered to go meat-free for a month. Here's how he managed to cope and how it affected his everyday life and training.
Amongst all the records, achievements and scandals at Rio 2016, a small piece of history was written. Leila, Liina and Lily Luik from Estonia became the first identical triplets to compete against..
When it comes to sport injury recovery, there’s one thing you can give your body to guarantee its revival. It’s not an expensive supplement or a complex physiological technique to reduce fatigue..
Holmes Place – the leading chain of fitness clubs in Israel is announcing important news to health and fitness lovers: for the first time a new and advanced genetic test, for a tailored and..