Try this kettlebell workout to help you build strength and shred the kilos. Do 3-4 sets of 8-10 reps, if it’s a single arm exercise, then don’t forget to switch arms. Note: If you don’t have a kettlebell you can
substitute it with a dumbbell.
HIIT or High Intensity Interval Training is a form of training that is formatted to alternate between short periods of intense exercises that get your heart rate up and less intense recovery periods.
Liz Applegate, NeoLife SAB
Ph.D., Nutrition, Sports Nutritionist
We all know the drill: wash your hands, avoid touching your face and eyes, stay at home and stay at least 1.5 – 2m apart when in public to maintain physical separation. These along with other guidelines are in place for our own safety in an effort to stop the spread of the coronavirus. But wait!! What about one of our best defences against illness? Exercise!! Regular moderate to vigorous activities like walking, jogging and dancing adding up to 150 minutes weekly, play a critical role in supporting your immune system and protecting your body against illness caused by bacteria and viruses. In fact, staying fit (or getting fit) during this pandemic may be your ticket to staying healthy at this critical time and even after the acute threat passes.
We all know that exercising combined with eating healthy is very good for our bodies and our well-being. However, many of us sometimes feel like there isn’t enough time during one day to maintain this lifestyle. How can we solve that problem?
Well, if you don’t have time to make a nice salad, add fruit or necessary nutrition to your meal, NeoLife offers an easy solution to that problem. By taking whole food supplements such as Pro Vitality, you can complement some essential nutrition you might have missed in your meal. But what about finding the time for exercising? One solution is to find workout opportunities in your daily routines.Continue reading
Arciero, a member of the advisory board of the American Heart Association and a fellow of both the American College of Sports Medicine and the Obesity Society, conducted a study (published by The Journal of Applied Physiology) of 57 individuals between the ages of 35 and 57 who could clearly be described as out of shape.
In conducting this 16-week trial, Arciero randomly divided participants into 3 groups. Each group consumed 60 grams of protein daily, but exercised differently:Continue reading
Whether you’re an elite athlete, a keen sportsperson, or you’re just trying to manage or lose weight, building and retaining muscle is always a good thing. It’s well known that protein consumption after resistance type exercise helps build muscle, but the effect that this has on subsequent appetite was unknown. In a study conducted by scientists working in the U.K. the effect of calorie equal carbohydrate-only and protein-only drinks on post-exercise appetite were compared.1Continue reading
NeoLife powered athlete and Rugby Superstar, Francois Hougaard put together this championship workout just for the NeoLife family! Work out with Francois to get stronger core and legs with these 4 moves – do 3 sets of 10.Continue reading
Lisa Blackburn, professional swimmer and NeoLife sponsored athlete shares how superior quality nutrition fuels her performance; giving her the ability to compete at the highest level – which in turn has lit her desire to become an Entrepreneur.Continue reading
Each year at NeoLife North American Convention, we crown 4 of our most inspiring Challenge Champions on stage. These NeoLifers took their health and fitness to the next level and won the ultimate VIP experience. This year’s Champions got to partake and show off their amazing results in Seattle at our 60th year celebration. Check out LaTasha’s transformation:Continue reading