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Posted on 2nd November 2020

People keep asking me how I keep in good shape and want to know my secret to fitness, so I am creating a series of short videos on how I do this.

Day 3 starting with weights and cardio exercises

Posted on 5nd November 2020

The aim of these exercises is to improve heart health and circulation, and they can also play a key role in aiding weight loss (being overweight or obese significantly increases your likelihood of developing high blood pressure).

Day 4 exercising outside with run through the woods

Posted on 6nd November 2020

Research shows that exercisers burn 10 percent more calories when you walk or run outdoors than you do when you workout inside on a treadmill at the same speed. “When you’re caught up in your environment, you’re less focused on how tired you are or how much your muscles ache.

Day 6 exercising outside with cardio challenge

Posted on 9th November 2020

Cardiovascular exercise, also known as aerobic exercise, is essential for good health. It gets your heart rate up, making you blood pump faster. This delivers more oxygen throughout your body, which keeps your heart and lungs healthy.

Day 7 Motivational Push Ups

Posted on 12th November 2020

Pushups are a fast and effective exercise for building strength. They can be done from virtually anywhere and don’t require any equipment.

Day 9 Motivational Keep The Blood Flowing

Posted on 16th November 2020

Last week we kicked off our 7.50 series, Week 2 we have some small changes that will help you slowly progress.

Exercise helps circulation as it increases blood flow, gets the heart pumping blood around your body faster and helps flush the blood through your arteries.

Day 10 Motivational Keep Moving

Posted on 17th November 2020

Regular exercise can help ease joint pain and other joint-related symptoms, “People who exercise have improved daily function, decreased depression and fatigue, reduced pain, and improved sleep,”

Day 11 Motivational Pump It Up

Posted on 18th November 2020

Listening to music while exercising doesn’t just relieve boredom it can help improve the quality of your workout by increasing your stamina and putting you in a better mood.

In particular, music that is motivational or synchronized with your exercise is shown to have physical and psychological effects. When a song has a strong, steady beat

Day 12 Motivational Gentle Exercise

Posted on 19th November 2020

Exercise is good for you; it’s just a matter of making it a priority and habit in your daily life. Exercise has been shown to prevent disease, lower the risk of falls, improve mental health and well-being, and improve cognitive function.

Day 13 Morning Run and Farm Visit

Posted on 24th November 2020

Running is a high-impact, high-intensity workout that requires multiple muscle groups and works them hard. And, not only does running burn more calories upfront, high-intensity workouts continue to burn calories for up to 48 hours after you exercise!

25 Press-ups For 25 Days Challenge

Posted on 24th November 2020

Do, 25 press-ups for 25 days. Simple. Nominate someone new each day to take up the challenge. The aim was to raise awareness for men’s mental health, anxiety, PTSD and suicide in particular. To be fair I’m not sure where the challenge started as I received a nomination from a friend.

Day 14 Motivational Weights

Posted on 26th November 2020

Light weight training benefits include an increase in cardiovascular involvement and a decrease in injury risk. Low-load workouts are also more convenient and less expensive.

Day 15 Motivational Five Mile Run

Posted on 28th November 2020

Running is free, you can do it anywhere, and it burns more calories than any other mainstream exercise.

Regular running can reduce your risk of long-term illnesses, such as heart disease, type 2 diabetes and stroke. It can also boost your mood and keep your weight under control.