Four effective stretching exercises against the Piriformis syndrome and sciatica pain

The good news: Pains in the buttocks area that indicate piriformis syndrome are not a one-way street – you can do something about it!   Which exercises help with the Piriformis syndrome? How can I get the piriformis? How to treat the piriformis syndrome Are there stretching exercises against the Read more…


Warm up in volleyball

Volleyball is one of the world’s most popular team sports and is practiced by a variety of amateur and recreational athletes. We’ll show you how to protect yourself from injuries and optimize your performance with a targeted warm-up. Warm up through volleyball-specific warm-up training Since most volleyball teams have a Read more…


HIT Training: short, high intensity and tough

HIT Training: What’s behind and does HIT really think what the name promises? High-Intensity Training (HIT) is known to many athletes, but very few have really studied it. Of course you train very intensively, after all you do not want to be considered a sissy. In addition, the three letters Read more…


Losing weight despite Hashimoto: The way to the desired weight

Hand on the heart: What Hashimoto symptoms bother the most? Tiredness? The muscle pain? Sleep disorders? Or the heart racing? The truth for most women is: the weight gain! When talking to those affected, the conversation always comes at some point on the topic of losing weight. Hardly anyone has Read more…


Is it allowed to do sports with a cold?

The nose is running, the throat is scratching and again and again you have to cough or sneeze. But you do not feel really sick despite a slight cold. But is it allowed to do sports with a cold or, in the worst case, even a heart muscle inflammation? May Read more…


May I run at freezing temperatures?

Granted, it’s not always pleasant to walk in extreme cold. It still raises the question of whether it is dangerous to go jogging at minus degrees and from which temperature running at minus temperatures can really be dangerous.   Run at minus temperatures Running at minus temperatures is not for Read more…


The Piriformis syndrome: severe pain in the buttocks, legs and back

If you experience pain in the buttocks that radiate to the back of your thigh, you may be suffering from piriformis syndrome. Alicia Filley, a fitness and health expert, explains the causes of this condition and what you can do to help with buttock pain. What is the piriformis syndrome? Read more…


Pain in the shoulder: exercises to strengthen the rotator cuff

Pain in the shoulder can be avoided! These exercises and stretching exercises will strengthen the rotator cuff and prevent injury to the shoulder joint. For a strong, stable and healthy shoulder! These exercises strengthen the rotator cuff Do 30-40 repetitions per arm with Fitnesstubes or the Theraband. Reinforce the resistance Read more…


Muscle aches and muscle injuries

Muscle pain: Overall, an intact body has 656 muscles. So in the course of a lifetime to get a muscle injury is not so outlandish. Very often it hits the back, neck and shoulder. But other areas of the musculature in the body, such as Legs or arm can be Read more…


What is the fat burning pulse?

An old fitness fairy tale states that you have to run at a slow pace (110-130 pulse) for at least 20 minutes before fat burning begins in the cells. Luckily, this fairytale is not true. The fitness fairy tale that you have to run at a slow pace (110-130 pulse) Read more…