The coronavirus is pushing many employers to rethink and employees to the home office for more than one year now. But working from home can be a psychological and physical burden. ISPO.com provides valuable tips for healthy and efficient remote working.
The fitness industry will become even bigger in 2019. Seniors and companies are flooding into gyms; smartphones, wearables, and training equipment are becoming increasingly interconnected; and one trend is proving to be particularly persistent. These are the nine most fitness trends in 2019.
Corporate fitness, Hyrox in groups, or with a personal trainer: The fitness industry is growing and working on new digital concepts for the future. A fitness expert explains the challenges and trends the industry can expect in 2019.
By exercising, chemical changes are happening in the brain which can help to prevent or relieve depression. To support this ISPO.com shows you some wearable gadgets that help you to become and stay motivated for a more active lifestyle.
These are worrying figures presented by Commissioner Tibor Navracsics at the annual EU Sport Forum. 46 percent of Europeans say in the Eurobarometer survey that they "never play sports". In order to change this, the EU is now hoping for help from employers.