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short runs are fine with outdoor running weather. Trouble is, in winter the treadmill is preferable, but then you have the extra time to get to the gym and back.. It's a challenge on a working day!
This is great. i have made it and it's lasted me 3 days of lunches to take into work.
I feel like I can't keep up with workout changes. As soon as I get to grips with some new class it's apparently old-school. I started doing some yoga last year, now there's this new Jiriki yoga!!
I have done this both with and without the feta and olives and I can definitely say adding them makes a big difference. It's just the saltiness, which really tastes great.
a group workout is good if people keep turning up - but I find most dash off afterwards so as a social event it is a bit of a non-starter!
I thought I was doing well with 4 runs a week! Seriously, does anyone run every day? Doesn't your body need a rest? Or that's probably just me being lazy!
This recipe looks daunting but actually it's quite straightforward, In terms of making your own pesto - it's so easy!! It also tastes much better than bought so it's worth the (5 minutes) hassle. Very tasty lunch/supper.
Nothing new for me. Personally I'm sticking to my usual boring workouts of weights, circuits and running. Why broke what ain't fixed?
definitely one to do while something else is cooking - ovens need to be full to make the most of the running cost! I'm not sure I'd make my own pesto though, it isnt' expensive in jars and keeps forever.
My amazing friend runs every morning for 20 minutes before her toddler wakes up. She is full of energy and says it' keeps her sane and is time to plan the day too. I, however, struggle with early mornings and can't find the time later. You need to establish the habit.
Being someone who is currently doing dry january I can say it's surprising how you just stop thinking about alcohol and discover new soft drinks to enjoy. I really enjoy a ginger beer (non-alcoholic of course!) or soda and lime. Cheaper too.
be thankful - wise words indeed. Step away from the faked instagram images and rejoice in what you have.
Michael is right - the point is to see alcohol as a treat not a daily habit, let alone an essential. Happily there really are loads of alternative choices now.
Hoorah - my runs will no longer be boring. Why have I never thought of listening to podcasts before? I've only ever plodded along to music. No more!!
SO much change in the fitness world. I can't imagine where we'll be in 2030/40/50...I reckon we'll all have immediate feedback on our body's chemicals and reactions to exercise so be able to tweak what we're doing to get the best results.
I think it's not about never having a glass of red again, just seeing if you can survive a month without alcohol. Then you'll probably be inclined to reduce the amount you drink generally and see a glass of wine as a real treat.
Perfect info for my upcoming work trip to Manchester!
I haven't thought about working out from home via apps as being environmentally friendly before, but of course it's less travelling so should be encouraged.
what about a glass of red wine now and then? surely that's meant to be good for you? I think a little alcohol is better than completely abstaining.
I never got back into alcohol after having a baby - children are merciless on hangovers! It is perfctly possibly to have fun on no or a little alcohol. Drunks really are very dull.
loads of new ideas - thank you. I like the sound of lessons in adulting...
using the power from the exercise bikes to power things is so obvious when you think about it! What a great concept.
Yes to getting out of my comfort zone. I have already signed up for a 5k, 10k and mud run later this year!