“High intensity interval workouts, circuit workouts and strength workouts”
A client recently introduced me to Max Workouts by Shin Ohtake. I’m seriously loving his workout routines. Great for those of us who are time-poor. The e-book includes a 90 day Fitness Program, comes with great easy to follow instructions with photos and the best thing its easy enough to do at home with little equipment or space needed.
Great in these cold winter months and as I live in a two bedroom unit with no yard, I find it fantastic. I have a set of free weights which I use. You set your own base-line, then aim to improve yourself each week. He offers alternatives to exercises should you find you can’t do the version he originally suggests and also has a 4 week body-weight workout program which you can do outside.
I have to say its the best $40 I’ve spent in awhile.
Check it out – http://www.maxworkouts.com/
We can all benefit from regular massages no matter what you do for work and how active you are, day to day to life can take it’s toll on our muscles and cause us pain and tension. Therefore everyone can benefit from regular massage.
Massage works by soothing soft tissue and encouraging relaxation. Studies show that massage can help to treat a range of ailments, including back pain, anxiety and high blood pressure. Different types of massage include remedial massage, sports massage, deep tissue massage, pregnancy massage aromatherapy massage, massage for babies, reflexology, shiatsu massage and relaxation massage.
Some of the physical benefits of massage include:
- Reduced muscle tension.
- Improved circulation.
- Stimulation of the lymphatic system.
- Reduction of stress hormones.
- Increased joint mobility and flexibility.
- Improved skin tone.
- Speedier healing of soft tissue injuries.
- Heightened mental alertness.
- Reduce anxiety and depression.
Contact Danielle today for a consultation or to make a booking by calling 02 8021 8126 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org.