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Workout Programme Apps   

Workout Programme Apps  

If you don’t have the time to hit the gym or hire a personal trainer, your smart phone could be your best solution to living a healthier, more fit life. No matter what your fitness level, there’s an app out…

Kick Back

Kick Back

After Cat Cow, return to Table Top position on your hands and knees. On an inhale, extend your left leg straight back behind you, foot flexed, pressing that heel back. Here, you are lengthening the spine, so keep that leg…

Cat Cow

Cat Cow

Come to your hands and knees. Come into a Table Top position with your back and take a deep inhale. On your exhale, arch your back, bring your chin to your chest, pressing through the shoulders, and tucking the tailbone…

Seated Circles

Seated Circles

Start by sitting cross-legged on the floor. Press your left side ribs out over the left hip, slowly roll the chest forward over your crossed legs and then bring your right side ribs over the right hip, creating a circular motion…

Seated Twist

Seated Twist

Roll up to a seated position on your mat, legs crossed comfortably. Take a deep breath, and as you exhale, turn so you bring your right hand to your left knee, looking behind you. Inhale back to centre and exhale…

Single Leg Hug (Wind Relieving Pose)

Single Leg Hug (Wind Relieving Pose)

This is a great stretch for runners. Lying on your back, bring one knee to your chest and hug it tight. As you inhale flex the foot of your straight leg As you exhale point the toes of your straight…

Laying Double Leg

Laying Double Leg

Bring your knees over your hips, shins parallel to the bed. Put your arms out wide, and slowly drop your knees to one side as you gaze over the opposite shoulder. Keep your shoulders grounded on your bed and breathe…

Knee Tuck

Knee Tuck

Begin by lying on your back, with your legs and arms extended. As you exhale, draw both of your knees to your chest. Clasp your hands around them. If it is possible for you, wrap your forearms over your shins…

For The Pro Runner

For the pro runner

Level of difficulty: **** HIIT workouts are fast-paced and have been shown to burn a lot of calories in a short amount of time. This type of training requires you to alternate between periods of maximum effort and short recovery.…

For The Long-distance Runner

For the long-distance runner

The long run Level of difficulty: **** Long runs will help you build endurance as well as help you learn how to handle long distances, both mentally and physically. Planning long runs throughout your training is a great opportunity to…

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