Category: Fitness & Training

No Time to Search? Your Turnkey Workouts, Sorted by Goals

With clear goals and a good understanding of your level, you can find workouts tailored to your fitness equipment and expectations by browsing the iFit® library. On iFit® Daily, many targeted programmes without equipment or with small accessories also await you. All you have to do is click and follow the session composed by your coach.


Too Tired to Train? Here Are Some Strategies to Adopt!

You can take advantage of periods when you are a little less energetic and motivated to try out new disciplines or change your habits. Continuing to incorporate physical activity into your daily routine, even at a moderate pace, may be your best strategy for gaining energy! In the long term, with rest if necessary, more intense sessions are also your ally in regaining energy.


Create the Right Conditions for Your Sporting Success

To create the right conditions for your sporting success, take charge of your project: improve everything that can be improved in the environment in which you evolve, adopt good habits, remain realistic and open to all possibilities, and surround yourself with inspiring and positive role models, for example, athletes whose career paths make you dream. By visualising the athlete you want to become, you will get closer to your goal every day.


Boost Your Energy System with Metabolic Conditioning

Metabolic conditioning is a training technique that consists of a series of short, intense exercises performed in split sessions with very little rest. This allows the body to activate all its energy production systems and burn more calories. Depending on your goals, you can adjust the effort/rest ratio of your sessions.


Your First Ironman: Preparation and Advice

How Do You Train for Your First Ironman?
The Ironman is a triathlon format known to be difficult, with a swimming event, a cycling race and a marathon, for a total course of 226 km. To prepare effectively, start training at least 6 months in advance, with up to 15 hours of training per week in the 2 to 3 weeks leading up to the competition. Combine endurance, muscle strengthening, high-intensity exercise and specific work in the 3 Ironman disciplines to give yourself every chance of success.


10 Tips for Training More Regularly

How Can You Ensure That You Remain Consistent in Your Training?
If consistency is important to improve your athletic performance, it is the result of constant work. By choosing the right indicators to monitor your results and by setting yourself challenges, you ensure that you make continuous progress, step by step. Your worst enemy? The desire to do too well, which can lead to overtraining. Stay measured, consistent, listen to your body, and you will quickly find your own rhythm!


Don’t Feel Like Working Out Today? 9 iFit® Workouts for the “Off” Days

How Can You Adjust Your Training on Days When Your Motivation is Low?

Lack of time, desire or energy, finding the cause of your reluctance to start a workout is the first step in knowing how to react and, above all, not feel guilty. By adjusting your sessions on days when motivation is low, you’ll continue to make progress simply by listening to how you feel. Browse the iFit® library for inspiration!


Exercise: 10 Tips to Stay Motivated at All Costs

How Do You Overcome Periods of Low Motivation When Exercising?

By refocusing on the essentials and letting go with mental preparation and relaxation techniques, it is possible to overcome the lack of motivation and even bypass the issue to make it a strength. For some athletes, changing a few habits can help to regain the desire to excel. Rewarding oneself is also an excellent way to get the ball rolling again and enjoy working out.


From the Bottom to the Top: An Athlete’s Journey #1 – Usain Bolt

What is Usain Bolt’s Story?
After a modest childhood in Jamaica, Usain Bolt was discovered for his performances in athletics. After training hard, he won his first medals in high school and went on to win more victories that earned him the nickname ‘the lightning bolt’. With 8 gold medals at the Olympic Games and numerous world records in sprinting, he has become a sports legend.


The Ultimate Workout to Push Your Limits Without Equipment

Can You Improve Your Athletic Performance Without Equipment?

It is possible to improve your sports performance without equipment by using willpower and an intense training programme that is perfectly adapted to your physical condition. Try HIIT (high-intensity interval training) and link several extreme exercises in the same session to improve your endurance, burn calories and work out at a fast pace!


9 Tips for Training with Little Money

How Can You Exercise at Home and Train Without Equipment?

Even without fitness equipment, don’t put off your desire to keep fit at home. There are many ways to exercise and save money at the same time. If, as you progress, you want to invest in a powerful piece of equipment, find out what features you need and choose from the equipment available within your budget.