If you, like me, were gripped by England’s heart racing performance at the Cricket World Cup, or found yourself shouting at the TV during the nail-biting Netball World Cup, then perhaps now is the time to harness some of that passion and feed it into your own exercise routine?
Workout alone? Here’s why finding a training partner may help you smash your goals!
Hell NO! That was easy, blog finished.
We’re a nation of tennis-lovers – each summer we’re gripped by collective Wimbledon-mania as we gobble down our strawberries and cream, dreaming we’re sat on Henman hill.
Why do only joggers, jog?
Women have been bombarded by unrealistic body images in the media for decades.
With ‘RLSS UK’s Drowning Prevention Week‘ starting on the 14th June it highlights the importance of staying safe whilst swimming, in addition to the health and fitness benefits and the fun to be had as a family.
For the last few years, there has been a lot of media attention surrounding the prevalence and impact of Type 2 Diabetes on both our personal health, and the healthcare system.
With milder weather and longer, lighter evenings, Spring/Summer marks the start of the running calendar.
What is hypertension?
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension is when your blood pressure reading is 140/90mmHg or higher. Worryingly, one in four adults are thought to have hypertension with many people not even knowing they have it. Usually this silent condition, doesn’t come with any symptoms but if left untreated can increase your risk of serious incidents such as a heart attack or a stroke.