A healthy and active lifestyle is something we should all be working towards. From getting enough steps, to useful information about what to wear to the gym, you’ll find all of the information you need to start living a happier, healthier, fitter life.
Period? Instead of steering clear of exercise it’s important to do something to boost your mood. Here's how to Hussle to feel better during your period.
You’ve bought your Hussle pass. You've diarised your workout. Then, big night out or illness, you aren’t feeling so bright. Should you still do your workout?
A 'normal’ heart rate depends on your age and your fitness level. But whether you fall within your target heart rate zone gives you a good idea of your fitness
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Children can easily be way too sedentary by mid-primary school. New research shows that exercise really matters when it comes to their learning ability | Hussle
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We love the internet. After all, it makes it easy to Hussle in your busy life. However. We love books too. If you only ever read websites you are missing out.
When you’re burning calories, it stands to reason that you’ll feel hungry when you’re done. But why do we feel extra ravenous when that session is over?
Swimming is the perfect exercise. It engages every muscle group, develops your aerobic fitness, helps fix injuries – and all you need is water! | Hussle |
Enjoying the sun needs forethought. You Hussle to save time. So don't waste it thinking about what to throw in your bag for a summer's day | Hussle |
Wake up energised, refreshed and ready for the day. Nope? High speed city lifestyles need high energy levels. Try these ideas to help you bounce out of bed
Sleep. Work. Hussle. Socialise. Repeat. Feel like sometimes you need it all to stop? Meditation could be the way to achieve calm in the storm of modern life.
Getting kids to exercise can be a struggle. If your child is prone to lying on the sofa, you might need to give them a push to get them going. Here's how.
Is pressure at both ends of the day ruining your sleep? Getting a good night’s sleep doesn’t mean doing less, it means doing things at the right time | Hussle
Got kids? Got free time? Nope. If you’re a busy mum or dad trying to stay fit how are you meant to find time to workout? It’s possible when you Hussle.
now we are all so restricted, please try and get your older relatives and friends to keep up what movement they can. There are home workouts if they can't leave the house. It matters!
I always feel very inspired by these 70 and 80 year olds who are lifting weights and running marathons. Keep it up - you are keeping the younger generation healthy without realising!
I find time a real issue since I've had children. But I still do my exercise. I feel it ultimately saves me time because I have much more energy for other things if I'm fit so I'm more productive in my life.
I hate the thought of testing my fitness. As far as I'm concerned I just want to workout because it makes me feel healthy, and forget about the details of what's going on inside
I think it's really down to your character and how much you enjoy exercising anyway. If you're really not into it when you're young, I don't think you'll ever be into it when you're old!
I would say whatever your age make sure you get the right kit. Anyone who wears leggings, t-shirt and trainers is going to want to move, whatveer their age!
Being busy in your 40s is something I can really identify with. There is little enough time to get all the essentials done, and it's near-by impossible to carve out time for 'extras' like exercising.
not wrong - 35 seemed so old when I was twenty! Now I'm beyond it and still making the fitness effort, and intend to do so until I am double that age and more. Here's hoping!
Somehow all this monitoring of our stats makes fitness seem overwhelming. I'm one for just being glad I've got to the gym, never mind exactly what my pulse rate was!
stopwatch? Pen and paper? measuring ruler? I feel a bit like I'm back at school but it's brilliant! Nothing wrong with the old methods.
I can't find my pulse on my throat! Easy to find on my wrist though. Guess it depends on different bodies where it's easiest to find.
time to get the tape measure out, I'm intrigued! BTW on my first aid course they teach that it is much easier to find your pulse at throat, not wrist.
The sit and reach test is still used in schools as a test of flexibility. I'm not sure how much it tells about your flexibility other than your hamstrings and calves though.
This is a great, simple way to check fitness. Maybe doctors should hand out this information so people can see for themselves how their fitness compares to others.
it is easy to think 'it won't happen to me' - but it might. Anything that can reduce the risk has got to be worth the effort.
Dementia is very scary but it's so empowering to know that our lifestyle makes a difference. That's pretty incredible really. I really can't undersatnd why some people don't bother exercising. The benefits are continuously staggering.
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 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.
using the power from the exercise bikes to power things is so obvious when you think about it! What a great concept.
Love the 'decade to save the planet' movement. Every business has a responsibility to make themselves as eco friendly as possible so hopefully more gyms will follow the eco example.
the ultra-central Covent Garden one isn't actually that pricey, so it is a shopping then spa day for me - love that bit of London at Christmas!
Sounds like a good suggestion for a Christmas present for myself!
some of these definitely come under the 'who knew?' category! I have to commute in between christmas and new year so will indeed be treating myself as a consolation.