Training Tips & Fitness guides

  • On-Demand Workouts: All You Need To Know

    We’ve been bursting to share this with you, familia! After months of hard work, the team at Tone & Sculpt are super excited to kick off 2021 with On Demand workouts created by your favourite trainers, Krissy Cela and Danyele Wilson!

    2020 was a tough year for all of us and exercise played a major role in keeping our global community mentally, emotionally and physically well. As gyms closed, our lead trainer, Krissy Cela released the hugely popular Sculpt It guide, supporting thousands of women across the world to stay fit and strong throughout lockdown.

  • Motivational Workout Quotes to Make You Sculpt Your Body

    Let’s be honest there are days when, no matter how much you want to reach your fitness goals, you just don’t feel like working out.
    Trust me when I say, we all have these moments!
  • What is the best time of day to workout?

    The question of working out in the morning or evening has been asked, debated and discussed for several years now. Physicians, wellness coaches and fitness enthusiasts all have valid opinions and the majority will conclude that it comes down to your lifestyle.
  • LISS Workouts: Exercises, Benefits and Differences with HIIT

    Low intensity, steady state exercise, aka, LISS. LISS is a form of cardio exercise which complements any workout plan. LISS is usually completed a couple of times a week for approximately 30-60 minutes. The aim is to reach an intensity level of approximately 50-60% of your maximum heart rate.
  • Bench Press Exercise (and Variations) for Women

    Bench press is one of the best upper body strengthening exercises, which focuses on all major upper body muscles, especially your chest muscles and triceps. It is usually performed with a barbell and it is safe to perform this exercise with a spotter, especially if you are new to it.
  • How to Track Your Progress Without the Scales

    How many times after weeks of eating well and training hard have you stepped onto the scales only to be majorly disappointed with the number that you see?
    We let this one number determine our entire outlook of our progress so far.