Work, studies, partner, friends, family. The life of each of us consists of appointments and obligations which is why time for ourselves is short. Spending a lot of time doing sports and improving your fitness is not possible most of the time.
You still want to stay fit, lose weight, build muscle or just improve your health? No problem, it is not necessary to go to the gym many hours a week, just investing a little time 2 to 3 times a week can be sufficient to reach your goals.
Do you have a stressful every day life but are you still willing to spend a lot of time on your athletic activities? Then you are just like me and you will find helpful and motivating topics in this blog.
Whether with free weights, machines, pure body weight exercises or other sorts of equipment, I have already trained with the most popular training systems and know about their advantages and disadvantages first-hand.
As advocate of an active lifestyle, I do not limit myself to strength training alone, but also integrate many other sports into my training routine. I will show you how you can accomplish this as well.
An integral part of an active and athletic lifestyle is a healthy and balanced diet, but this aspect is far more troubling for most athletes, than actually working out. I will show you how you can optimize your diet even with very little time at hand.
When talking about nutrition and fitness, supplements are always an issue as well. Do I have to consume supplements in order to be successful? What are the effects of certain supplements and what do I actually need? I will discuss these topics in this blog as well.
In addition to my full-time employment, in 2015 I decided to start part-time study and did not regret my decision. Are you sharing similar thoughts or are you already in the same situation as me? Then you will find reviews and advices to help you with your choice, if you are still indecisive and help you optimize your time management, if you are already going to university.
So, what is this blog about? It is about sports and work-life balance, about coping with our stressful everyday life, managing your busy routine and achieving your athletic goals. I did it, you can do it too!
I want to share the knowledge I have accumulated over the years with this blog and help you to find the perfect training program for your goals as well as your circumstances.
With this blog I pick you up where you currently are and show you, how to get where you want to be. I am looking forward to your questions and your feedback.