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?
As another year draws to a close, we've been fondly looking back over 2019 and we've seen some pretty interesting workouts going on across the UK!
Getting fit and healthy are the top new year resolutions for us all. A brand new year calls for a revamp of the body and mind, especially after the gluttony of Christmas. But did you know that out of the 4 million who joined the gym in January, 60% of hopefuls have canceled their gym membership by May?
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 all know that getting into a routine can turn fitness into a habit... not a chore. For many, having structure to their weeks can help them hit their workouts and commit to classes. But what happens when you don’t live the usual 9 - 5 and have the envious lifestyle of a digital nomad?
We know that being active is the key to a healthy and happy lifestyle… and we all know that nothing feels better than feeling strong. But are you that person that wants to exercise but can’t quite seem to master the art of nailing a consistent active lifestyle?
Sheffield is a historical city full to the brim of delicious cafes, a flourishing coffee scene, cosy pubs and cocktails galore. Plonked right beside the natural wonder of the Peak District National Park, it’s risen from it’s famous grey industrious reputation of the 19th Century to become a vibrant concrete playground to explore!