We all know that being active is good for maintaining a healthy body and weight. But as the nights draw in and the heating comes on, it’s easy to retreat indoors and let activity levels drop.
It’s easy for me to talk about how much and how often your family should be getting active – it’s my job and it’s my passion. But it also has huge benefits for our health and wellbeing, and I love to shout about it!
As Strictly Come Dancing hits our screens once again, now is a great time to think about the benefits of dance and how it could be the fitness fix you and your family need to get your health and wellbeing back on track.
Running is a fantastic way of keeping fit and healthy, warding off illness, and keeping your heart and mind healthy.
But it’s also something people are often a bit nervous of trying believing they are too unfit to start, too old, or simply that they won’t enjoy it – perhaps viewing it as a bit solitary, even though it can in fact be one of the best (and cheapest!) family and group fitness activities out there.
As the UK gears up for this year’s Tour of Britain, now is a great time to take a look at the benefits of cycling and how you can take inspiration from this prestigious event.
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?