We've talked before about how having a positive outlook on life can help you stay you young, but what if there was an exercise you could do that would help combat ageing?
Working out at home is a way of exercising that has grown in popularity over the past few years, as people recognise that being active doesn’t have to be confined to the gym.
You know the story - you're on it from Monday to Friday, hitting the gym and eating healthily, but come Saturday morning (or for some of us Friday evening) you, well, fall off the wagon a bit.
Dear everyday family hero, and many other awesome types of people! As Head Coach at Move I'm writing to apologise on behalf of the fitness industry for breaking your fitness habit!
You're working out regularly, you're following a well balanced and healthy diet but you're body is not improving like you'd expect it to - sound familiar?
Want a lean and fit body but are scared of what the weights might do to you? We've teamed up with Karen Crudgington, Personal Trainer at Body Development, whose helped co-write this article to bust some of the biggest weight lifting myths.