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Effective stress management is more important than ever before, due to the increasing pressure of modern living. It’s hard to juggle the 101 things life throws at us. We’re trying to balance work, studies, family responsibilities and life admin - all while trying to maintain some sort of sanity and a social life.
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Self care week is all about you, but what have you been doing to stay happy and healthy? One of the main reasons that people point out as adding value to their lives is regular exercise. Doctors recommend it and thankfully the world has taken note and many people regularly train every single day, but if you are unsure of where to start then there are easy ways that you can begin slowly incorporating fitness into your daily life, even while you are at your desk at work or at home watching television. It really is that easy.
Posted 4 Days Ago in: Training, Nutrition
We often push our needs down to the bottom of our list of priorities - to the detriment of our health and wellbeing. This week, we’re going to share some simple tips to help you take control of your time and nurture your brain, body and belly.
Posted 7 Days Ago in: Training
Getting ready to say “I do”? If so, you’re probably looking for easy ways to get in shape for the big day. Our sports scientists have put together a simple, at home couples training plan - because everything is more fun when you do it together.
Posted 9 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition
Here at DNAFit, we like to practice what we preach. It’s all well and good giving you advice to stay healthier, but it’s equally important that our team stays healthy as well. For this reason, our Wellness Team has challenged the South African team to be healthier, by undergoing the “Sweet Ab Challenge”. And you can participate too!
Posted 35 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition
The one-size-fits-all approach to diet and fitness doesn’t account for our body’s unique genetic makeup. A personalised approach to fitness and nutrition eliminates the risk of putting hours of work into your diet and exercise only to see mediocre results.
Posted 44 Days Ago in: Training, Genetics, Nutrition
Which approach to burning fat delivers the best results? Should you stick to slow and steady exercises that keep you in the “fat burning zone” or mix things up with high intensity interval training (HIIT)? We asked our sports scientists to help us find the answers.
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