As the situation in 2020 looks to be extending into 2021, it’s high time we start considering how we’re keeping healthy in the long-term.
Just like how overexertion will deteriorate your health, so too will a lack of exercise and fitness activities. In fact, you may have heard it said that sitting is a slow but sure way of reducing your lifespan potential, and nowadays a lot of us are doing a whole lot of sitting. The Workout Digest has only guide you will need to push you into 2021!
For many people, fitness is not about attempting to sculpt a chiselle six-pack or being able to run a marathon in under three hours. It’s simply about staying in good nick. Being able to say, without crossing your fingers, that you are a reasonably healthy adult. Coach Magazine has the perfect guide to keeping yourself fit regardless of how old you are!
We all got into home video workouts during the first lockdown. It was a novel way to train and then there was the phenomenon of Joe Wicks’s PE lessons on YouTube providing daily motivation to get moving. However, unless someone in your household joined you, following online video workouts can feel a little lonely, especially if your fitness routine once revolved around meeting friends at group exercise classes. Use these two services to work out with your friends remotely. Coach Magazine has more...
Low-impact activities like swimming, cycling and weightlifting are often touted for their joint-friendly properties, but low-impact workouts have more to offer than just being easy on your joints — a lot more, according to fitness experts. myfitnesspal has 11 benefits to having a low-impact workout!
With everyone cooped up in lockdown and the gyms now closed, it might seem quite hard to get active. The Sun has a guide to how you can get moving!
If, like many runners out there, you're taking your workouts indoors at the moment, you'll probably be looking for some inspiration. Here, we've got a 28 day home workout plan from GB heptathlete-turned PT, Louise Hazel with Runner's World...
If cardio isn't your thing and you miss pumping those weights at the gym, how about taking a look at "The 5 Best At-Home Workout Plans" from Fitness Volt to help keep building that muscle!
If you are in need of some inspiration whilst being stuck indoors, there's plenty of ideas out there! You can be inspired at myprotein.com
If you are already out there getting your step count done each day, the question might be if you are moving enough? myfitnesspall.com has a blog of interest for you!
It's getting closer to that time of the year when you might start to put on a few pounds from the tubs of chocolates being brought into work or maybe its that Christmas party coming up? joe.co.uk spoke with Dr. Leon Creaney, a Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine at MIHP, part of HCA Healthcare UK. about the best ways to calculate your body fat.
Sharing your goals with others doesn't just help with losing weight but also with anything you want to do in life. If someone else knows what you are planning and want to do, having that someone hold you accountable can help keep you on the straight and narrow! myfitnesspal.com has the lowdown!
If you are struggling to get yourself out of bed, how about some tips on how to jump up and get ready to smash your day?! The Muse have 6 tips to get you going!
What is the best form of exercise? Is it running, swimming or cycling? MyFitnessPal.com has the break down to what is actually best for you!
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!
Angela Gerzanics was such a big McDonald's fan, that she ate it everyday! The Mirror has dropped ten dress sizes whilst losing 22st along the way.
If you wanted to start to lose weight, your first idea might be to hit the gym and get your cardio on! But maybe cardio isn't always the answer and myfitnesspal.com has more!
A family of four has lost over six stone between them after taking on family gym sessions over pub visits! The Sun has more!
The moment Bethany Duffield was asked to be a bridesmaid, it was the incentive needed to lose weight! You can read more about this in The Sun!
What makes you happy? The answers vary from one person to the next, a cup of tea for one person is another's glass of wine! Bupa Care Homes carried out a study and you can read more in the Mirror!
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!
Betina Gozo once lived a very different life to what she does now playing in a band, now fitness is the focus of her life! The hard work and dedication was recognised by Nike who made her a Nike Master Trainer! You can read more about Betina's morning routine that can inspire your own Women's Health Magainze!
What's the best workout for the causal gym-goer? What can you do that combines both cardio and resistance training and boost your fitness? Coachmag.co.uk has the answer, have a look at what they suggest!
We know working out can be a bit scary especially if you don't think you're in the best shape and the idea of even stepping into that gym is more than enough to keep you away.
BBC News has a video from some bloggers that will give you some inspiration and York Rehab has some words of encouragement for you!
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