3 popular fitness goals

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The first step to successful training is setting personal goals. Whether it’s losing weight or running a marathon, we present three possible goals and how you can achieve them. Goal 1: Running a marathon Preparation:The first step towards 42km triumph is a realistic training plan and time frame – allow anywhere from 12 to 20 […]


How to determine and optimize your fitness age with fitness trackers

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It is not the number of your birthdays that is decisive for a long, healthy life, but your fitness age. Regular training and a balanced diet are the only true fountain of youth, as an American study has now shown once again. There are a handful of fitness trackers that can help you track your […]


Fitness for busy people

Fitness for busy people
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That’s the thing about sports. Exercise is good for us, we all know that. And yet real sports canons are rather a rarity. Because most of us have a busy schedule and simply no time for extensive jogging rounds through the park, relaxed yoga weekends in southern France, squash tournaments and regular gymnastics in front […]


Fitness app Strava wins in Peloton competition with gyms

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More than 400 hardware devices can connect to Strava, including gym and fitness equipment, smartwatches and bike computers, and the company says it has uploaded more than 1.1 billion activities to its platform over the past year. Strava When this year’s Tour de France left the city of Brest on June 26th, most of the […]


Little time? The training plan for busy people

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The internet is full of gym-focused diet plans and exercise programs for muscle building. Complicated and time-consuming workouts are far from practical. Ultimately, this leads to less success in many cases. If you don’t post your daily meals and personal records on Facebook or Instagram, and have real and unpredictable commitments, you’ve come to the […]


Sports in old age

Sports in old age
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A long life in good health – who doesn’t want that? Numerous studies show that those who exercise regularly age healthier. Even someone who hasn’t been athletic all his life can still start at 60 and quickly achieve success, says Prof. Ingo Froboese. He heads the Center for Health at the German Sport University in […]


Fit in old age: With this program, you strengthen muscles and joints

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Older people often do without sport. However, this is exactly the wrong way to protect the joints. Because especially after a certain age, the musculature breaks down rapidly. That can be dangerous. But with simple training, you can retain your strength into old age. If you still want to have strong muscles and joints in […]


Strength training and nutrition for women: tips from the experts

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Lift weights in the gym and then bite into a greasy pizza – or eat nothing at all? You can do it, but it doesn’t help! Exercising and eating healthy go hand in hand. One works without the other, but is only half as effective. If you want to build muscle, tone your body or […]


Preparation of a bikini athlete

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Women’s bodybuilding competitions have evolved a lot over the years. It all started with a few women’s categories, but today the panorama of women’s bodybuilding competitions extends to competitions such as bodybuilding, fitness, body fitness, figure and bikini categories. In every competition, amateur or professional, the number of athletes competing has grown exponentially and the […]


Fitbit Luxe review

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Fitbit Luxe is the US company’s first fitness tracker with a colored OLED display – at least if you don’t count Versa and Sense as fitness trackers but as smartwatches. And I took a close look at those Fitbit Luxe for you. The results can be read here in the Fitbit Luxe review. Unpacking For […]