Did you get a ticket to Glastonbury Festival? If not, then perhaps avert your tear-filled eyes… but if you did, then we bet you feel like Charlie winning the golden ticket. Glastonbury Festival, baybaaaay!
The 19th Century Philosopher Henry Thoreau said “Happiness is like a butterfly; the more you chase it, the more it will elude you, but if you turn your attention to other things, it will come and sit softly on your shoulder”.
Fitness should be fun - that’s our mantra which we want everyone in the world to know! Sure, you can sweat but can you smile at the same time? It’s all about finding the activity that’s right for you and if it makes you happy, you’re more likely to stick with it.
Today is International Women’s Day - a day to be celebrated, a day to remember the sacrifices of others before us, and a day to remind ourselves to continue being strong.
Hands up whoever feels that 3pm slump? That mid-afternoon dead zone where you’re crashing from a full morning and a tasty lunch, and you’re struggling to keep your eyes open?
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.
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.
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.
Getting injured is not fun. Not only does it hurt like hell, but it can put you out of action for extended periods of time which is beyond frustrating. Sports injuries can scupper your training, set you back on your fitness journey and make you feel incredibly exasperated.