Mum and baby fitness lessons

Maximum 4 mums Greek follows Mum and baby fitness lessons are created for postnatal women who are ready to: Strengthen and tone abdominal muscles. Boost energy level. Relieve stress. Promote better sleep. Don’t have anyone to leave baby with :). This is usually 4 weeks after natural birth and 6 weeks after a C-section …

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TOTAL BARRE

Total Barre™ is a high-energy program that focuses on strength, flexibility, stamina and dynamic stability by combining elements from Pilates, dance, cardio and strength training. Programming is driven by music, which increases coordination, motivation and improved movement quality. No previous experience in pilates or Balett needed. Each sessions is 60 minutes long ,integrates worm …

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Train before you go to work

Dear 6:00am          NEW TIME !!!                                                                                     …

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The 3 Biggest Myths About Fat-Burning For Active Women

Another great article from   www.girlsgonestrong.com by Dr. Susan Kleiner I am really angry. I have spent my entire career firmly planted in the field of sports nutrition, where the goals are performance-based. In sports nutrition, weight-loss is an outcome of enhancing physical performance, not a goal unto itself.  That’s why I wanted to …

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Returning To Exercise After A C-Section

Keep in mind, the healing process is not done at 6 weeks. From the outside, your scar might appear healed, but the deeper layers inside still need time. Just the scar alone is many, many layers deep – the tissues that you can’t see are still recovering. If you’re lucky, …

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SUP Pilates Limassol

SUP pilates limassol

STARTING THIS JUNE – very effective, very challenging, and great fun!!! Stand Up Paddle Board Pilates builds your balance and strength while performing some of the Pilates mat exercises on a paddle board. During your session you will be guided through an adapted class incorporating a warm-up paddle to get the blood flowing, …

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How you get energy; how you use it

The Three Metabolic Energy Systems We usually talk of energy in general terms, as in “I don’t have a lot of energy today” or “You can feel the energy in the room.” But what really is energy? Where do we get the energy to move? How do we use it? …

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Does Swimming Make Me Fat?

Swimmers tend to be “fatter” than other athletes, especially ultra-distance swimmers. Swimming decreases blood pressure, but not as much as cycling or running. Swimmers rank between sedentary people and runners on blood insulin levels, but intervention studies have shown no change. Swimmers’ HDL (high-density lipoprotein – also known as “good …

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