How do you feel your healthiest and stay in shape for Christmas? Here are 4 ways you can give yourself a little reset over the next few weeks before Christmas to look and feel your best.
We all do it but simply put, it’s our way of sabotaging our efforts when it comes to exercise.
There are so many benefits to exercising outside and the warmer weather in the summer is the perfect time to move your workouts to the garden – or the beach if you are near one (unless of course you are in the middle of a heatwave!).
Are you struggling to fit in your workouts every week? And even when you do manage to squeeze one in, (possibly tired at the end of a long day) do you have the energy for an hour-long session? Nope. Didn’t think so. Instead, choosing to do a short 10-15 minute workout daily (which I definitely recommend), can really help with consistency. But there are additional steps you can take to ensure you are making the most out of these shorter workouts.
The summer months can be tricky when you are trying to stick to an exercise regime. Here are some tips that can help you maintain your healthy habits through your holiday, at the same time as enjoying your well-deserved break.
If we are too restricted in our movement (caused by stiffness etc), this makes us more unstable and unable to adjust and catch ourselves when we are knocked off balance. So it’s crucial that we take steps to protect our bodies while these hormonal changes are happening.
These 5 tips will help you start to schedule in daily movement for consistency (you only need 10-15 minutes to start with). And that is when you start to see and feel the results.
Women are living up to a third of our lives after menopause but we don’t just want to live longer, we want to live healthier, with vitality and strength.
An important, but often neglected, part of your fitness is your balance. Being able to stand on one leg has been found by researchers to be a predictor of longevity.
How do I improve my flexibility? I get asked all the time how to increase flexibility, particularly from women with tight hamstrings. If you were bendy in your 20s but can’t touch your toes in your 40s, this is frustrating. If you couldn’t touch your toes in your 20s, that doesn’t mean you can’t achieve […]