As 2019 was ushered in with bubbles and confetti, those who predict trends in the fitness industry were furiously researching what the new year would bring.
Sheffield is famed for its history as an industrial city of steelworks… you’d never guess that it’s also the zen capital of the north!
January can be pretty tough. Not only are we lamenting the departure of the fun festive times but we’re facing the first month of the year where the weather’s not too fabulous and we’re recovering from our decadent Christmas’, in both body and wallet.
The internet can be guilty of throwing around many nutrition myths, especially in the health and fitness world. With supermarkets and brands unleashing extensive gluten-free ranges, it’s got many thinking that perhaps gluten is bad for them.
Deck the halls, it’s nearly Christmas! It’s coming up faster than you can say ‘ho ho ho!’ and while we’re all recovering from the annual MoveGB festive party, we’re also acutely aware that our shopping lists are yet to be ticked off.
We’re all about that avo life! With thousands of Instagram images tagged with #Avocado, we can safely say that the secret is out that avocado is incredible.
With winter in full effect and the evenings getting darker, it can be a bit of a drain on motivation to hit the gym and get your sweat session on.
Fitness doesn’t have to mean bootcamps and slogging it out in the gym. There are literally 1000s of different ways to be active in a non-traditional fitness environment!
That irritating niggle at the base of your spine. That dull ache after a core workout. That urge to stretch and contort your back to get relief. Having lower back pain can be a pain in the… back, especially when it’s stopping your usual exercise routine or punishing you after working up a sweat!