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Strength training has an overwhelming number of benefits. If you want to simply enhance your ability to perform daily activities or, are ready to become a serious lifter, it’s crucial to have your finger on the pulse when it comes to post-strength training recovery.  When you’re building a sustainable strength training routine, it’s important to not underestimate balancing intensity and recovery. Let’s explore what you need to know about recovery for strength training including: - Why rest is so important - Techniques for excellent recovery - Nutrition insights - The power of good sleep - And the

As exercise professionals, we get asked all of the time by our clients how to avoid exercise injuries. Whether you’re working out every day or are a casual gym-goer, injury safe exercise is easy, using the below tips.   Firstly, ensure you give yourself time for a slow warm-up. Jumping straight into a high-impact workout is an easy way to find yourself nursing one of the many common exercise injuries. ENZED Fitness always allocates at least 5min before a class to warm up and warm ups always vary depending on the muscles

The Power of Consistency Consistency is the backbone of any successful fitness journey. It is the daily commitment to showing up, pushing through challenges, and staying focused on your goals. At ENZED Fitness, we believe that consistency is the key to unlocking your full potential. Here's why:   Establishing a Routine: One of the fundamental aspects of consistency is establishing a regular gym routine. By setting specific workout days and times, you create a structured framework that helps you stay on track and make exercise a non-negotiable part of your life. Set achievable

You may have heard this before - eating less is beneficial for your health, longevity, and well-being. In fact, certain cultures take this principal quite seriously.   In Japan,2 a nation with one of the longest life expectancies at 84.3 years, have a rule called Hara Hachi bu. The teaching translates to eating until you are eight parts (out of ten) full. While caloric restriction can be helpful for the average person, eating too little isn’t great for everyone, especially those looking to optimise their athletic performance, build muscle, lose etc. Today’s post

Weight loss is a desirable goal for many. The problem is, most people fail to achieve noticeable results. Plus, many of the ones who make a change end up returning to old behaviors and erasing their progress. But what if there were simple and effective tactics to lose weight? And what if there were a way to maintain our results with much less effort? The truth is, there are habits we can adopt, so let’s talk about them today. Eat More Slowly The first habit sounds simple enough, right? It is. Eating

Goals might seem unnecessary but having them provides you with a direction. Instead of jumping from one idea to the next, you have an objective that makes it easier for you to put together an effective plan. Plus, goals offer clarity and force you to evaluate what matters most. Too many people struggle to make progress precisely because they fail to realize what they truly want. But, as with most things, there is a right and wrong way to go about goal-setting. Today, we’ll go over the four steps you need to follow

Did you know that the adult human body is 60 percent water? Our lungs consist of a staggering 83 percent water, and even our bones seem watery at 31 percent.  Unsurprisingly, staying hydrated plays a vital role in our health and allows the body to carry out its many processes. But what makes hydration so important, and how can we start drinking more water right away? Let’s discuss. The Crucial Importance of Staying Hydrated One of the most notable benefits of drinking enough water relates to how you feel and how well you can perform

Be honest: Do you stretch your muscles? If not, why? Like most people, you probably don’t see much benefit in spending your time in various poses, stretching your muscles, and enduring discomfort. While the above is perfectly reasonable, stretching is good for us, and we should do it regularly, no matter how active we are and what fitness goals we want to achieve. Let’s see why that is. What Makes Stretching So Beneficial For Our Health? Improved Range of Motion One of the most notable benefits of stretching is that the activity improves our range

Everyone wants to lead a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. Given the option, each person would pick health, vitality, and confidence. Of course, improving our nutrition is the primary way to improve how we feel, achieve our fitness goals, and become more fulfilled. The question is, which path should we take? Should we follow a diet or try to improve our nutritional habits and hope for the best? Let’s discuss. Strict Diets: The Alluring But Deeply Flawed Option Strict Diets seem great - there is no question about it. You receive a somewhat detailed

Walk into any gym today and you’ll see a familiar picture: Dozens of individuals doing various exercises: squats, deadlifts, bicep curls, leg presses, and more. At first glance, all exercises appear similar enough, apart from the fact that each emphasizes a specific region of the body. But, exercises differ in other ways. Specifically, they fall into one of two categories: compound and isolation lifts. Today, we’ll go over the former and what benefits they offer. Let’s dive in. What Are Compound Exercises Compound exercises are those that train multiple muscle groups and work around more than