What’s life without the odd sweet treat? We couldn’t bear the thought! We’re all about balance and we’d never judge someone who will smash a HIIT session then smash a piece of cake. We feel ya. We do it too… but what if you have a sweet tooth that needs to be curbed but you’re wanting to stay on track to your goals? Never fear, we’ve got 10 delicious low sugar snacks that you NEED in your life.
As the warm weather descends on us and we get a decent whiff of summer, your motivation may be flagging with keeping to your fitness routines. When those suntrap pub gardens beckon and those BBQ’s get fired up, it’s easy to forsake your usual fitness class in favour of some alfresco fun!
Welcome to spring! While we may all be patiently waiting for the weather to clear to let us crack out our rusting BBQ’s for those summery good times, our new year resolutions have been conveniently forgotten. When you can barely remember last week, January’s resolutions are naught but a distant memory!
If you love to move your body in new and challenging ways, then you’ll be pretty familiar with DOMS: Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. The ache and soreness of your muscles post-workout can be a literal pain in the behind, but we’ve got some quick hacks and ways to ease your DOMS if you’re feeling particularly uncomfortable.
The saying goes “abs are made in the kitchen so get crunching!” - do you know what that means? You can workout to the best of your abilities, smash your sessions and feel like an exercise god/goddess… but if you’re not fuelling your body correctly, you could be undoing all your good work. Time to delve into delicious post-workout meals to refuel your body.
Whether it’s exercise, healthy eating, deeper sleeps or keeping hydrated with zero-alcohol liquids, we’ve all got our goals for the new year. With a fresh new year lying ahead, it is the perfect time to make positive and healthy changes - time to get back into fitness post-Christmas. Be the best you that you can be!
Staying active whilst working at your desk, day-in day-out, is absolutely paramount to keeping healthy!
It's an interesting idea - that we can actually be more motivated to fulfil our commitments by what we could LOSE rather than what it is we want to achieve.