Trampoline fitness has gained momentum in the UAE with the rise of indoor trampoline parks.
Bouncing up and down on a trampoline may seem juvenile, but it is now a great way to burn lots of calories in just an hour, as well as offering an escape from the drudgery of a gym workout.
Hesham Kamel, head coach at Flipout Dubai, talks about the many benefits of trampolining.
If you train in the morning and find yourself rushing for that post recovery snack, we suggest trying a simple shake that takes two minutes.
It’ll provide you with protein, carbs and some sugars to keep you motivated throughout the morning.
People underestimate the importance of morning snacks, whether it’s cereal, porridge or shakes, so try to include at least one in your diet before work.
Here’s the ingredients of the shake and how to make it.
½ cup of frozen red berries
1 cup of milk (skimmed)
1 scoop of peanut butter (if you’re allergic to peanuts then don’t include)
one scoop of any protein
one scoop of low-fat yogurt.
HOW TO MAKE IT?
Put all the ingredients in a blender together and mix well. Add some ice if the smoothie is slightly warm… and drink up!
Self Esteem is the idea you have about yourself. It is the confidence in one’s own abilities.
If you have a poor self-esteem, you almost dig yourself into a state of negativity.
In a state of high self-esteem, you tend to pull yourself up in tough situations.
And in this edition of InnerFight Podcast, the team takes you through five tips to get a better self esteem.
Low, high or just don’t know? This is all about self-esteem: