Last week the UK government issued the long-awaited news that gyms, studios and fitness centres can reopen from Saturday 25th July. Yeeeesss!
During times of isolation, the upheaval to your everyday routines can play havoc on your mental health. Humans are social creatures and when we don't have frequent social interactions (and are stuck inside for most of the day), mental health can begin a steady spiral downwards.
Although a long period of isolation and restricted movement will be necessary to safeguard public health during the coronavirus situation, it has been acknowledged that it could well have a detrimental impact on people’s mental health.
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.
When you’ve got your fitness routine nailed and have finally figured out what motivates you to workout, being put under lockdown can be a bit troublesome... especially if you find it hard to motivate yourself to workout at home.
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.
Well hello there, December! You sure sneak up on us quickly… And along with the shock that it’s the last month of the year, it brings about so many events and feasts which can be quite overwhelming!
We may have every intention of enjoying a mellow Christmas but often life has other plans. Interestingly, yoga philosophy is far from requiring a perfect studio, branded leggings, or a guru; it simply requires a moment of attention.