We’ve all had to adjust amidst the changes COVID-19 has thrown at us.
If you're avoiding the gym (or leaving the house in general) right now, don't think you're off Scott free when it comes to your exercise routine.
Get lean and toned from the comfort of your lounge room with 7 of the most popular places on the internet to practise Pilates.
The top half is now also top of mind in the gym, with Sydney’s best trainers seeing a switch in thinking from Instagram-annointed ‘leg days’ to a focus on the region from the waist up.
With a drastic increase in our population leaving their traditional workspace and currently working from home, along with our favourite fitness spots having officially shuttered, and more and more of our weekend haunts still functioning but under many limits, the amount of time we’re spending in our home has never been greater. So, if you’ve ever considered signing up to a subscription service, the time is now.
Founder of Fluidform Pilates, Kirsten King sets the record straight on common myths that may have put you off Pilates in the past.
It’s tough enough for you to break a sweat, but easy enough that you can follow along at home
When circumstances like those we are currently living through dictate that going out to your favourite exercise class is no longer possible, it’s not the end of your fitness story.
Founder of Fluidform Pilates Kirsten King takes us through a 30-minute mat Pilates session as part of the body+soul LIVE @ home online workout series.
During these unprecedented times celebrations have felt (and in reality, are) different.