A guide to working out when you’re exhausted

With so much happening around us, it’s no wonder we’re experiencing rock bottom motivation when it comes to exercise. Energised today, exhausted tomorrow. Relaxed one minute, anxious the next. Enjoying the freedom to focus on yourself without pressure to socialise, only to crave a wine with a friend come 5 o’clock. It’s a whirlwind of emotions!

5 ways to sneak in a holiday workout

It’s hard enough to exercise the rest of the year but add holidays to the mix – where routine is out of whack and you’d rather be doing anything but – and chances are, it’s not going to happen.

When it comes to reaching your fitness goals, consistency is key. If losing weight or improving fitness was one of your 2021 new year resolutions, a long weekend can be testing. Just when you’re getting into a routine, chuck in a long weekend and all the hard work of building a habit is out the window.

Q&A With A Personal Trainer On Nutrition, Dieting & Personal Training

You only have to go to the gym and see how much busier it is, to see the countdown to summer is well and truly on. So, we thought it was timely to catch-up with an expert in fitness and nutrition to inspire us to get out, get moving and get healthy.

How Much Exercise Do You Actually Need?

When it comes to exercise there are generally two camps: those who love it and those who hate it. If you’re the latter, you’ve probably caught yourself asking, “how much exercise do I actually need?”, AKA what’s the bare minimum I need to do to stay healthy 😉 Well we’ve got the answer…although it might not be what you’d hoped.

Our Favourite Fitness Apps & Online Workouts

With all that’s happening in the world, staying active, healthy and happy has never been more important. And as we know, one of the best ways to do all three is through exercise. We understand it’s hard to muster the motivation to exercise right now but thankfully, there is no shortage of at-home workouts to give you the push you need.

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It’s More Important To Exercise Outside During Winter – Here’s Why

We’re right in the thick of winter so it’s fair enough if motivation to exercise, let alone outside, is at an all-time-low. But, this surprising fact might give you the push you needed: winter is actually the most beneficial season to work out in for a number of reasons.

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7 tips for quitting mindless snacking

Did your emergency quarantine snack supply *disappear* by day three? Do you find yourself heeding to the siren call of the fridge more often than normal? Or perhaps your scheduled walks in the garden have transitioned to regular strolls to the pantry?

Top supplements for getting more out of your workouts

I think we all know by now the benefits of exercise. From heart health, to boosting muscle and therefore metabolic function, exercising is an all-around winner for our wellbeing.

The problem many of us face is fitting exercise into our already bursting schedules. Not just that, but when we finally get to the gym after work, we are so exhausted we feel like we aren’t making any progress at all.

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9 exercise motivation tips if you’re stuck in a fitness rut

If working out was easy we’d all have rock hard abs. Unfortunately, that’s not the reality. We know the benefits of moving our body each day but often it drops to the bottom of the to-do list. But no stress – if you still haven’t hit the pavement yet this year, don’t worry you’re not alone. Consult our expert tips for reigniting that motivation.

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Ways to relieve muscle pain after exercise

You finally get your A into G and pound the pavement only to wake up the next day with stiff joints and tender glutes. Seems unfair huh?