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My Heart thanks exercise …literally
When I was working in Corporate and Business management roles, there seemed to be always something getting in the way of my desire to be fit, healthy and full of energy. The biggest hurdles were time and travel (no not time-travel, although it would have helped). My big reality check happened whilst lying in my hospital bed after heart surgery.  (Yep sometimes it kicks you in the ass).  Part of me was thinking why me, I’m active, eat reasonably well etc.
What’s New in 2018 for…
It’s the start of another year and with many people making resolutions to get healthier there are more and more new and exciting ways to make this happen. Will new fitness trends help us to keep on track?
I was sports addicted, driven to match the physical accolades of my father, and wanted the muscles I saw every night at 5.30pm when Hercules would fill the screen covered in enough baby oil to roast a ham.
Strength training is ridiculously good for females
When it comes to strength training and weight lifting for women, it is still difficult to convince females that this type of training will help them look lean and fabulous without getting “bulky
Springtime is my favourite season of the year, but for many, it can be very unpleasant with their allergies going haywire
Spring cleaning time
Including your Nutrition and Digestive Organs! Spring Time is a good time to clean up the house and garden after a wet and cold winter.
No gym? No worries
Everybody travels.Whether it’s for business or pleasure at some point in our lives we all depart from the comfort of our personal routine to visit another location.
Can exercise help us sleep better?
As much research has shown, sleep is important for any number of reasons. For exercise, sleep is particularly important as it restores brain function and alertness in preparation for training sessions and it also helps in muscle recovery.
How to be in Mint Condition
How does activity differentiate to exercise and what are the differences? These are some of the questions that many seem to be getting confused about.
Make the gym part of who you are
Hit the switch for at least 21 days. When exercise becomes routine, it ceases being a choice and becomes something you just do (think work, eating, and sleeping)