As lockdown eases to allow outside gatherings of six, and fitness classes begin opening up in outdoor areas, thoughts turn to the health and safety of in-person workouts.
If you, like us, were loving your workout routine pre-Covid19, this lockdown may have taken the wind out of your sails. Whether your 2020 goal was toning, weight-loss, muscle-build, or just to increase your fitness and stamina, you might be thinking you'll have to apply the brakes to those goals now.
We’re all in the same boat. The COVID-19 lockdown and necessary self-isolation measures mean that all of us are spending more time at home.
Since the outbreak of COVID-19, we’ve been working around the clock on initiatives to help keep our members active; whilst also providing support to our community of fitness instructors.
Here at MoveGB, we have a plethora of amazing members who embrace being active and also work hard to inspire others to lead an active lifestyle.
Having the ability to attend a variety of different classes using one membership means that the options are limitless. You can shake up your routine so easily to avoid that motivation killer: boredom.
Should you change your approach to exercise in 2020? The concept of intuitive eating, created by dieticians Evelyn Tribole and Elyse Resch, is rapidly gaining traction.
With gym memberships soaring as New Year’s resolutions kick in, there’s one question on everyone’s lips: How long will this fitness rush realistically last?
In collaboration with Caleño.
A new year has come around, and as usual, many of us make grand resolutions to help us make this year the best one yet! Healthy lifestyle adjustments are always top of the running as we’re all determined to shape up, feel better and not overindulge after the Christmas break.