As life springs back to normalcy in the country following weeks of lockdown due to COVID-19, Dubai Sports Council has stepped up its efforts to restore the Emirate’s sports sector to full capacity by announcing two major decisions on Thursday. Under-12 and Over-60 can now take part in sports activities.
It can be particularly tricky for women, who are fed a Victoria’s Secret narrative of beauty from a young age which presents a slim and toned physique as the ultimate goal, exacerbating anxieties about becoming 'too muscly.'
Just being physically active isn’t enough. The duration of your workout and the number of days you train matter too. From how many times a week you need to work out, to how long, an expert answers your exercise queries.
The initiative, launched in cooperation with some of Dubai’s top fitness centres and sports academies and clubs, including Gold’s Gym, Fitness First, The Warehouse, Fitness 360, The Sevens, Just Play, and Zabeel Ladies Club, will start from May 3 and continue until May 13.
I had a conversation with an interesting lady who I have been seeing in the gym almost every day. She wears the biggest smile and radiates positive vibes. Seeing her during my Spinzone class and now Box and Pump,
An exciting aspect of working out is the fact that you can be as creative as you wish to be. You might find a piece of fitness equipment that will look intimidating
Abu Dhabi Sports Council (ADSC) announces the resumption of individual indoor sporting activities across Abu Dhabi from 1st July, including gyms, which are now able to operate 24/7, provided gym-goers, trainers and technical staff adhere to the prescribed guidelines and precautionary measures.
Sabah Saqr is a working mother with one son, she trains around 20 men between the ages of 18 and 30.
In the first activation of its kind, the Fitness 4 EveryBody initiative will see more than 20 influential fitness providers offering free access or free classes (online and in-person) at over 60 locations across the UAE for the 4-day event.