Often many people don’t think about their health as more than healthy eating and exercising that is until they suffer a health setback and then they have to find ways to assist their recovery. Rather than reaching this point in your life, now is the time to embrace all aspects of self-care and to then incorporate these into your daily life.
In my time coaching athletes and clients, rarely have I come across an athlete or individual who has not suffered form of sports injuries. Unfortunately, when it comes to sports injuries, injury potential starts In my time coaching athletes and clients, rarely have I come across an athlete or individual who has not suffered form of sports injuries. Unfortunately, when it comes to sports injuries, injury potential starts from a genetic level. So some athletes and individuals are more prone than others to injuries or being injured. This weakness is usually due to weaker bone structures, weak tendons and ligament makeup or many other physiological factors. However, as we do not know what our risk level is to injury, it is important that we take precautions. These measures then ensure that we protect ourselves from both minor and serious sports injuries when both training and competing.
We all know how important water is for our health and well-being, but how we consume the water we drink also impacts our health. Temperature fluctuations, stagnant water, scaling and sedimentation in tanks and many other factors often make the water we drink unhealthier for our bodies.
It is true that if you want to add bling to your bike and the latest gadgets, then you may have to fork out a lot of money. But, when it comes to training on the bike you don’t necessarily have to throw away your life savings.
Many riders in cooler countries are now looking to get off the turbo and jump on their cycle, which can be a shock to the system due to a change in temperature. We look at how you can avoid this and get fitter faster.