Benefits of maintaining fitness and working out with a cold

13th September 2016

Working out with a cold If you’re feeling under the weather, exercise may be the last thing you feel like doing—and it’s true that when your body’s already under a lot of stress, making it do more work isn’t always a good idea. But in some cases, light to moderate activity may actually help you feel better. Listen to your body, and consider the following best (and worst) workout options….

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What does your body mass index say about you?

24th August 2016

Weight management is a struggle for many people but once controlled there are many benefits derived from these results. BMI, or Body Mass Index, is a simple formula using a person’s height and weight to calculate a number which is supposedly representative of their level of body fat. The formula itself is: Weight (kg) / Height (m)2 Or (Weight (lbs) * 703) / Height (in)2 BMI (kg/m2  ) Classification Below…

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Starting weights work out or Resistance training

19th August 2016

Full body work out this ensures a quick fix fitnes#lunges#dumbell shoulder press#squats A video posted by charles Buyinza (@quickfitnessfix) on Aug 18, 2016 at 6:19am PDT Make a commitment and do not be deterred by any obstruction It takes time to acquire results so be patient and keep putting in effort. Expect the session to run for 20 to 45 minutes two or three times per week Little soreness does…

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Some exercise for thoughts

17th August 2016

Balance#quickfitnessfix#flexibility#yoga#Fitness#health A photo posted by charles Buyinza (@quickfitnessfix) on Aug 2, 2016 at 9:52am PDT Super circuits Format The format for super circuit training is to do a high number of repetitions per exercise, and then, between exercises, you do an aerobic activity. A repetition range of 15 to 20 works for super circuit training. Regular circuit training will have back-to-back strength training exercises throughout an entire circuit, or sometimes…

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Over training

17th August 2016

#Quickfitnessfix #gym #Motivation #exercise #shoulders #fitness #weightloss #weights #squatday #shrugs A video posted by charles Buyinza (@quickfitnessfix) on Aug 2, 2016 at 9:42am PDT   Less is more – as far as exercise goes – is becoming another accepted truth, especially when you understand that 80% of your body composition is determined by how you eat. Common in many types’ fitness activities, over training happens when you perform more training—both in and…

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Bulgarian squats or split squats

15th August 2016

The split squat is a squat using a staggered stance. It is also called a Bulgarian split squat or Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat (RFESS). Although it is called a single-leg exercise, it still uses both legs. The split squat can be performed with the rear foot on the ground, or with the rear foot on a bench. It might simply look like a “wimpy” alternative to a traditional barbell squat at first glance, but make no mistake: Bulgarian split squats…

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Split squats

15th August 2016

The split squat is a squat using a staggered stance. It is also called a Bulgarian split squat or Rear Foot Elevated Split Squat (RFESS). Although it is called a single-leg exercise, it still uses both legs. The split squat can be performed with the rear foot on the ground, or with the rear foot on a bench. It might simply look like a “wimpy” alternative to a traditional barbell squat at first glance, but make no mistake: Bulgarian split squats…

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Tri –Sets

15th August 2016

Listen to your body, learn its idiosyncrasies, and embrace it like a friend. What follows is a guide to Tri-sets and how they produce results This includes three exercises back to back. This involves shocking muscles and will lead to greater hypotrophy. This involves no rest in between each exercise until the whole three exercises are done for example: Wide grip chin ups followed pushups, and shoulder press. Very time…

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