A new trend in the fitness industry is Destination Workouts. What are they you ask? It’s about a fitness and travel enthusiast traveling to various locations all across and working out in a natural environment. It gives a raw feel when you work out amidst nature and with no gym equipment support.
The workout focuses on strength training as well as cardio, while using your body weight and what nature has to offer. Sometimes, a few people also include basic equipment if nothing is available in the surroundings. The impact is not only on your physical body but also your mental well-being as nature makes you happy!
With the hustle from home to gym to office and then back home, we rarely get the chance to truly experience outdoors. While working out indoors has great benefits, we cannot deny the benefits the outdoor workouts have. Working out outdoors, closer to nature is not only great for your physical health but also your emotional and mental health. With fresher air, it fills up your lungs with goodness and you also get a chance to soak up your share of Vitamin D.
As we are exploring the most famous diets, I have spoken about 4 diets in the Part 1 of this article.Now, let’s move on to the other diets and understand what is what and should we even be going ahead blindly with any diet that any one recommends. Know this – only because everyone does or knows it, does not make it right.
For a fit & healthy lifestyle, there are two most crucial elements – fitness and nutrition.
While you work out to maintain your fitness level, all fails if your nutrition isn’t proper and more importantly, right. Without the right nutrition/diet, all the intense workout that you may have done either reaps results really slowly or doesn’t have any effect at all.