Let’s be honest, it’s not easy to stay on the healthy lifestyle track over the festive period. We’re prone to telling ourselves that we can get back on track in the New Year. However if we can stay somewhat on track, and still enjoy ourselves, it will help us hit the road running in 2019 for a fit and fabulous year.
UFIT Orchard Trainer Aaron Tregaskes explains how changing a few things in your life such as exercise, social interaction and breath control can make huge differences to how your body deals with stress.
Strength Training is essential if your main sport or type of training is predominantly endurance based. This includes athletes looking for a personal best in their next endurance event whether it be a marathon or cycling event or recreational runners looking to improve running efficiency. Even if you enjoy long distance walks or enjoy hiking – it is highly recommended to include a resistance (weightlifting) programme into your schedule.
As our CLEAN & LEAN CHALLENGE 22 approaches, there’s no better chance to learn how to detox sugars and refined carbs.
We wanted to share Sasha’s own experience of kicking insomnia and ‘foggy brain’ into touch by improving gut health, which is a fascinating insight into how, if you want to fix your health, you must first fix your gut.
Ever find yourself lacking the motivation or drive to exercise sometimes? Finding a like-minded sweat buddy is the best way to push yourself out of your comfort zone, and reach your true potential. Try this fun (and challenging!) buddy workout plan!