Could this be the end of fad diets and obsessive calorie-counting? The ‘magic’ comes in the shape of a new injectable weight-loss drug containing the active ingredient, semaglutide. Referred to in the press as a ‘game changer’, it’s been used with evidence of weight loss by celebrities, such as billionaire Elon Musk, and been the talk of Hollywood.
Monday 12th April sees gyms reopening their doors for the first time since early January. This is a huge relief to those who own and work in the gyms. But how safe are you from contracting COVID-19 while exercising in a gym?
With the onslaught of Coronavirus (Covid-19) affecting the globe and the devastation caused by the pandemic, it’s time to fight back by defending ourselves with strategies for building a healthy strong immune system.
Covid-19 is changing lives around the globe. Nearly everyone on the planet has been affected by the pandemic. Understand what this coronavirus is. How to stay healthy and ultimately stop the spread of the virus.
Taking preventative measures during the coronavirus outbreak is essential to keeping healthy whilst working out.
Anti-bacterial gels and wipes and cleaning hands regularly can help prevent the spread of Covid-19. And ask your gym to clean all equipment more often, open the windows and doors and turn off the air conditioning.
However, if you do have any symptoms, do not go to the gym or outside and call NHS 111. Avoid contact with people and self-isolate.
Is vaping safe? Hardly. Research proves that e-cigarettes are as addictive as normal cigarettes. And as a Personal Trainer in Bath, I’m aware of some of my clients vaping as a ‘healthier’ alternative to smoking.
Most contain the highly addictive drug, nicotine, plus fillers and chemicals to flavour and pad out the E-juice!
It’s time to start swotting up on e-cigging and to understand propylene glycol and vegetable glycerin harmful effects on the body. Plus, the other nasties that you or your children or partner are inhaling into the lungs!