Best Ways To Exercise In Devon

Finding the right exercise regime may actually be the key to being able to maintain your routine. So many times, we start out with lofty ideals and grand plans, but fall into a rut, and then fall to the wayside. We either lose interest in exercise, or lose the ability to exercise due to injury.


Most exercises are either high impact, low impact, or no impact. Jogging is an example of high impact, while walking is considered low impact. Swimming is no impact. These designations can make a difference if you have joint problems. Sure, with any exercise routine, you are expected to “play through the pain”, but in some cases, the pain may be indicative of severe problems that will only get worse if you don’t deal with them.
Yet, impact from exercise is the most common reason people stop exercising. If you feet or knees can’t handle the stress of walking and jogging, switch exercises. Try a glider, rowing, or slalom machine. This will give you a workout without creating more impact on already irritated joints. Cycling is another form of no impact exercise. If your method of exercising is not working for you, or if you simply cannot go back to it regularly, try a new exercise. Give those joints a vacation and work muscles instead.


Devon is the perfect place to go on an adventure, beautiful countryside and beautiful coastline will allow you to make sure you have an exciting time. Before you do anything like this, I suggest you go with a professional or a professional company as it can be quite dangerous, especially when your doing things like Coasteering in Devon.There are many different adventure activities to be had, Coasteering, Kayaking, Surf Rafting, Coastal rafting and of course surfing. If you’re interested in doing any of these activities, why not head down to the coastline and see if there are any companies available. This activity is sure to keep you fit, and it sure as heck won’t get boring.


Yoga is one of the most underestimated exercises in the world. Those not familiar with the exercise see it simply as tortuous twisting done by mystics. This couldn’t be further from the truth on both regards. Athletes of all sports and people of all ages now participate in yoga both as preparation for more strenuous exercise and as an end unto itself.

Yoga isolates every muscle group in the body, stretching and sculpting it as no other exercise can do. It increases blood flow, deepens respiration, and lowers blood pressure. If you choose to get into the mystic part of the activity, you find an inner balance that helps you make healthier decisions throughout the day.


For the person already challenged by simply moving their own weight around, weight lifting may seem like overkill. However, weight training can add just enough challenge to your workout to boost your metabolism over the plateau. If you have been exercising for a while, and just can’t get psyched about it anymore, throw in a little weight training. You may find renewed energy.


One of the most valuable lessons I ever learned about exercising was actually about stretching. I discovered that the crippling soreness that usually accompanied exercise could be avoided with adequate stretching.
If you will stretch gently before and after a workout, you can avoid much of the soreness that makes people want to avoid exercise. That’s right, I said AFTER exercise. Sure, your exercise regime may have a cool-down phase, but that’s not the same as stretching. Once your muscles have gotten hot, with increased blood flow, and cooled down again, gently stretch them out to relax. You’ll be amazed at the results.

  • April 30th, 2014
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