It’s been a really tough year for so many people and as we head into the darker, longer nights of winter, whilst also being in the midst of Lockdown 2.0, naturally some of us might be concerned how this might affect our mental health or those around us.
Our routines are out the window… but now is the time to develop healthy new routines and habits that stick with you throughout the rest of lockdown and beyond!
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.
We have a huge amount of respect for the incredible feats of our athletes. It often has us wondering if they’re super-human, from another planet or genetically modified as what their bodies can achieve is absolutely incredible.
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.
We’ve all felt the chill in the air and noticed dawn getting a bit more lazier than usual… summer has bid farewell and autumn has cheekily slipped in through the backdoor! But new season, new start, eh? We’ve got some top tips on how to get back into exercise after the summer months.
We all know the drill - we get a burst of motivation to begin a new fitness regime. We may set stupidly high expectations and goals for ourselves, or work ourselves to the bone to try get immediate results… but before we know it, we’re hurting and disappointed by the lack of change.
So it’s Friday night - what have you got planned? Are you considering hitting the pub as soon as you clock off? Or popping some prosecco to toast the weekend? Well, we’ve got some news for you: working out is the new going out. Time to switch your pint glass for a dumbbell!
Summer holidays are in… but does that mean your fitness is out? Jumping on a plane is pretty darn exciting, but as you fly away from your home and routines, it could also mean bidding a farewell to your fitness routines.