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As we are well aware, the Christmas period can get a bit messy. Songs are belted, hearts are melted, dance moves become uncontrollable and alcohol seems to play a huge part in it.
My tip to any beginners would definitely be to watch that you aren't eating loods more just because you're working out. It might seem like it justifies it but you're just putting all the good work you did back on.
Forget the app just found it on play store.
This works excellent for me as a national worker, if I am lucky I get home late Friday and then away again on Monday morning. Some of the hotels have gyms and pools but not always leaving me with the option of read a book or sit at the bar. having the flexibility to go to most gyms in the UK at the drop of a hat is brilliant and would benefit even more from an app with my account details on there to save logging on to websites every time I have the chance to frequent a gym.
Whatever happens, I make sure I do on tabata-style workout each week. That covers for me, so I dont need to count minutes of anything else.
The concept of 'pay as you gym' is a fantastic idea and it has helped solving a problem in the fitness market, I congratulate you in our initiative. I did think that the former name 'PayAsUGym', although being very clear and straightforward, sounded a bit like a text message, and was lacking impact. However, I am not convinced about your new choice, HUSSLE. To start, as I began to receive emails informing me about the re-branding, my mind was instinctively spelling your new name as HUSTLE, which is , by the way, the right one. Then, I decided to make some search online and I came across a few definitions for Hussle in an urban dictionary, starting from the 'misspelling of Hustle', followed by slang to 'make money', and a few more. In addition to this, I also found the artistic name of an American rapper who died last march, Nipsey Hussle. I can't deny that the new name and logo have a lot more impact, but I feel like it is more directed at the young and 'cool' generation. To finish, between Hussle and Hassle (sounding pretty similar) there is only one different vowel.
I just tend to keep it simple and spend 45 minutes at the gym each time I go, which leaves 15 minutes for prep/shower etc. I find this works very well for me regardless of the type of workout I'm doing.
I was training for a triathlon and so bought a couple of monthly+ passes to get me into shape and not have working away in London for a few days as an excuse to not go to the gym.
I would say that a few one-day passes was one of the best gifts I got when I first had a baby. I didn't use it for months, but when I had some time to escape it was great to do something just for me.
with a small child I am definitely the first type, and being able to buy at a moment's notice is really useful.
I was a bit puzzled as the '10pack' costs more than the monthly pass, but then I realised that the 10pack lasts two months - all becomes clear. I am impressed, it is well thought out and there's no reason to buy what you don't use.
I started on day passes and then once I got into the habit of working out and loving it I bought fitfix 5 and then I ended up joining the gym. But it was great to have the stepping stone of the passes so I could test the water first. so to speak.
This is very helpful to see it all explained here as I sometimes can't tell which bundle or pass would be best for me. I find a monthly pass + is the best for me as I use the gym loads and it's great to be able to use different ones when I'm working away.
Making time to eat right is something I've always done and even though it feels like a hassle sometimes to make my own hummus or soups I am healthier and happier for it. It's getting the balance right.
We always pay for half board when abroad. This means we're not committed to the hotel during the day and can try the local cuisine. Plus it works out cheaper of course.
Does Hussle offer student discounts? Just an idea that might encourage poor students to stop drinking and get fit....
I only wish I had the money to travel on lots of holidays and worry about things like suitcases, our family stick to shoving clothes into bags then heading off with a tent!
I am definitely guilty of just checking my email and I'm still there 20 minutes later due to getting sidetracked by non-essential stuff. I have found it helps a lot to resist checking more than once a morning, once in afternoon and once in evening.
I think leggings and a dress are the absolute comfiest thing to wear everyday regardless of whether you're travelling or not! Plus, you can gran 5 minutes of ad hoc fitness and not have to get changed!
Exercising in small chunks has saved my fitness. I am not going to the gym today as it's my turn to collect the kids but have just done 5 minute dumbbell workout, and later will do 100 squats.
Great tips - especially the one about clothes with deep pockets. Though I like to go all-inclusive cooking and have a break from catering for a rest!
not sure 'five blocks' works in Mediterranean seaside villages, but 'no sea view' is a good one for picking a good restaurant. That and one full of the locals!
Organising the mornings are definitely my way of feeling in control and giving myself time. I even have time to do some 5 minutes of yoga stretches!