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.
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If you simply can’t find the time or dread your workout, take comfort from the latest research which shows that small amounts of exercise can reap huge benefits
Having a good pair of trainers is the secret to achieving the best results in the gym, whether that be running, cross-fit, weight lifting or HIIT. Investing in high quality trainers is a must if you haven’t done so already.
Winter colds and viruses can wreak havoc on your fitness plans and goals. Do you push through the symptoms, or slow down - or skip - your exercise session?
Most of us take flexibility for granted until it lets us down. Flexibility really matters both for performance and to avoid injury. How can we gain flexibility?
It’s Valentine’s Day, and the romantics out there are pulling out all the stops to show their appreciation for their loved ones. Before heading out for a romantic evening for two, why not get the hearts racing this Valentine’s with some partner exercises.
Are you a night owl or a lark? Your body clock can affect when you take your exercise. Does the time of day you workout make any difference to its effectiveness
Pre-ski holiday training is an essential for stamina, and to reduce the chance of injury. Start your preparation as early as you can, focusing on these 3 areas.
Most of us take flexibility for granted until it lets us down. Flexibility really matters, both for performance and to avoid injury. How can we stay flexible?
If you were lucky to get place in the 2019 London Marathon, it's time to get training. There are only 17 weeks from New Year to marathon day, they will go fast!
We’ve looked at what 2019 might have in store for the fitness movement. What about the other side of healthy living? Here’s a look at healthy living trends for 2019
good ideas but please if you work anywhere like my badly ventilated office, take two minutes for a post workout shower, that's all it needs. Deodorant is not a canned shower and will only add to the evils!
I think you have got the rebrand spot on. People today need flexibility and options and they also want to experience a little bit of everything. This ticks all the boxes for me. Thanks for the free pass too!
A silent retreat sounds good to me. Being surrounded by young children for most of the day that would be amazing for my mental health!
if anyone is doubting the 'masculinity' of stretching, trying looking up DDP yoga, Surely one of the toughest workouts, and designed by wrestlers.
Alongside retreats, I would recommend going wild camping. You can get away from your phone, connect with your friends and family, all for free!
I was talking to someone on a train (imagine!) and she said she was going to a retreat. She said one of the attractions was that it was in an area with no mobile signal. I was initially horrified but on reflection...
I found I felt great the second and third trimester, then too tired to do anything much in the final few weeks of the third trimester. So you just need to listen to your body and do what it's telling you.
wow - a fitness article that recognises that pregnancy means vomiting and isn't afraid to work with it! And yes, swimming towards the end was a lifesaver when I felt empathy with whales. (BTW congrats Megan and Harry!)
I know nothing about branding - but I really enjoyed reading this. and THANK YOU for making those of us not built like models feel welcome too! I think the fitness industry does have a responsibility with images and messages, glad you recognise it.
That sentence saying that even on rest days your body doesn't rest is helpful. As a previous fitness addict, I need to be reminded that I don't need to push myself every day and that actually taking a day off is helpful in itself.
I gnerally do some dynamic stretching before a workout that incorperates a bit of yoga and pilates. I think at the end of the day especially if you are an older adult like me it is what works for you. For example if I do sprinting then I wont stretch because it will hurt my performance. Anyway any form of stretching requires the body to be warmed up to avoid injury. What I tend to do is some burpees or mountain climbers.
That wrinkle reduction study is amazing if true - 30 or 40 years younger skin due to exercise. Wow!
what really grabbed me about the article picture was the smiles. So many people now won't pose without a sulky face or a fish-pout. I like to think these people are enjoying their workout, it certainly looks like it.
Yoga has totally changed my life and sorted out my back problems
I just hope that people who buy eco-friendly trainers then go and run on a treadmill which uses unnecessary electricity, kind of cancelling out the benefits maybe....?
I love the glow I get from any exercise, but I wish it lasted longer. An hour later and I look just the same as before!!
That's a lot of interesting information that I never knew either. I never knew there were eco-friendly trainers. Oh no - one more thing to feel guilty about!!
this is seriously 'who knew?' - I'd absolutely never thought of the 'footprint' of trainers. Looks like recycled plastic is the best bet.
Some people put way too much focus on the sentence "we need energy even if we appear to be doing nothing", as so many people grumble about being overweight when they don't move around much!! It continually baffles me. We are all in control of our weight and metabolism.
All the scientific details just confuse me. I just know that exercise helps me burn more calories and increases my metabolism, that's enough information for me.
I don''t think anything compensates for being tall and energetic. My partner seems to eat anything and never has weight issues, but he is 6ft and a busy person.
Ok that's great that the 90 minutes for men isn't actually proper exercise. i walk at least 45 minutes every day so I assume this can go towards my 90 minute target.
I would agree with singing while vacuuming. For some reason I've always done this (and try to do it to the same rhythm as I'm moving the vac backs and forwards!) and it really does make you pant more.