Training With Plantar Fasciitis

17 May No Comments Rolandas Fitness, Useful Tips

How to work out with plantar fasciitis Both professional and amateur athletes know well how debilitating even the smallest injury can be for maintaining your training regime. From restricted movement, chronic pain, all the way to impaired performance, even a mildly twisted ankle or a painful calf can pose a

Read more

Exercising With Your Dog

19 Apr No Comments Jane Fitness, Useful Tips

Want To Get Fit? Try Exercising With Your Dog Why not start a fitness pact with your dog?  If you’re one of the many UK dog owners, don’t leave your dog to grow unhealthy on the couch while you work out.  Instead, get fit with your dog! What could be better

Read more

A Guide To High Intensity Interval Training

13 Apr No Comments Guest Blogger Fitness, Useful Tips

Should you only lift weights, or should you stick to cardio? The age-old debate has demanded one approach to be the victor, when in reality, you can benefit from both methods, as every sport has its strengths and weaknesses. So no, you shouldn’t stick to strength training only, and yes,

Read more

4 Outdoor Workout Ideas

4 Apr No Comments Chloe Smith Fitness, Useful Tips

Every year when the weather gets warmer and days last longer the gym becomes more unappealing. You will agree that working out while breathing in the fresh air is much better than the stale gym air (plus it is more dynamic). Well, here are some workout ideas to try out,

Read more

How To Become A Good Basketball Player

4 Apr No Comments Emily Brathen Fitness, Useful Tips

Learning how to play basketball With the popularity of the basketball game, many men, adult, and children alike, are looking for ways on how to become a good basketball player. Sadly though, not everyone can be able to become one. It takes patience, dedication, motivation and the right tips to

Read more

Emotional Eating

29 Jan No Comments Rachel Eddins Fitness, nutrition, Useful Tips

How Emotional Eating is an Obstacle to Your Best Body Feelings are fattening. It’s true. It’s not a good idea to eat them. Not if you want to get fit or stay fit. When you eat your emotions, rather than process them and let them go, your body can get

Read more

Hydrating Pre, Post and During a Workout

22 Jan No Comments Jane nutrition, Useful Tips

According to the Natural Hydration Council, only about 16% of Brits are drinking enough water each day, resulting in a nation of rather fatigued people. Water performs crucial roles within the body, such as carrying nutrients and regulating body temperature. Any personal trainer will reiterate the importance of keeping hydrated and will

Read more

Daily Water Needs

5 Oct No Comments Rolandas nutrition, Useful Tips

  Typical daily water needs figures for a sedentary individual are: • Urine – 1.2 litres • Feaces – 0.75 litres • Skin evaporation – 0.4 litres • Respiration – 0.15 litres • Total – 2.5 litres An hour of exercise uses another 1-2 litres of water, depending on training

Read more