Bit of a break with hardly any updates (shame on me) but to kick it off with a bang I decided on a New Years challenge! In order to get
First of all, you need space, a lot of space. You are jumping a lot, you are doing moving planks a lot and you are moving/running back and forth a lot. So before thinking of buying Asylum, make sure you have a big space to work out in.
We officially belong to the crowd who happily make a fool out of themselves in front of the TV. No, I am not talking about P90X or any other home workout program, I am talking about the new Xbox Kinect.
It's official now: after finishing my first round of P90X I also graduated with my first round of Insanity. A lot of sweat and calories were lost. However I have to admit that I think Insanity is more suited for people who actually still have to lose numbers on the scale. Even though my cardio has improved a lot, I hardly saw any changes in my body composition.
A study done earlier this year lead by Ruchika Shaurya Prakash, assistant professor of psychology at Ohio State University and colleagues Robert Motl and Arthur Kramer of the University of Illinois, as well as Erin Snook of the University of Massachusetts, finds that Aerobic Fitness helps protect brains of Multiple Sclerosis Patients.