How does a 15 minute full body workout sound to you? It won't be easy but Women's Health have it all with videos!
We know that walking is a great way to exercise without having to break a sweat, well for most anyway. The idea of 10,000 steps is widely known as what you should be aiming for but now science has said that just 4,400 steps can make a big difference! myfitnesspal.com has more!
Are you up and out first thing? Are you down the gym in the evening? When exactly is the best time to workout? myfitnesspal.com has some of the answers!
Getting into running? Started running but struggling? Well, Coach Magazine has a guide for you, 29 tips to level yourself up!
If you were once exercising hard everyday but had a recent break then getting back into can be one of the hardest things to do. Coach Magazine has some words of advice to getting back on the saddle as they say!
Walking may be one of the best ways of getting some exercise whilst not over doing it, but that's not the course if you're suffering from knee pain. myfitnesspal.com has some tips that may help if you suffer from this.
Some people with their workouts are full steam ahead regardless of whether they are feeling ill or not, but that is just one of the times you shouldn't be working out! myfitnesspal.com has 7 scenarios of when its best to just rest!
With walking being one of the easiest types of exercise you can include in your day, it brings not only an exercise routine but improves the health of your heart, sharpens the brain and gets you outdoors! myfitnesspal.com have a guide on how you can use walking to help tone yourself up!
It's the usual, how do you go from sitting on the couch to doing a 5K run? It's not as easy as just putting on your trainers and getting yourself out there! Women's Health magazine can help get you started!
Official guidance from health chiefs claim that workers should do yoga or spin classes during their breaks to beat the bulge! The Sun has more on what the 'official' guidance now is!
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