“The greatest gift you can give anyone is a healthy you” as my previous pastor once said. It’s true – you’re not going to be the rock solid blessing you’re supposed to be to others if you’re not healthy and fit. So, drawing on my decade of experience working in the NHS and for privateContinue reading “11 Tips To Stop Being Unhealthy in 2017”
If you’re looking to get healthier this year, or to compete in an event or just against yourself, Polar’s V800 sports computer is brilliant.
This short film says it all…
We tried the HIIT routine again today from last week and failed to move beyond interval 40. But technically we were better, which is progress!
We follow Fitness Blender as an excellent part of our exercise plan. Amongst swimming, BodyPump, weights and other CV exercise, it’s great to have some HIIT routines (High Intensity Interval Training) to challenge different energy/fitness systems. Here’s a particularly hard Fitness Blender HIIT challenge. Why not give it a go and see what interval youContinue reading “FbN2 Fitness Blender Challenge: 30, 40, 50 or 60?”
The only way I have ever found of getting/keeping fit is to consistently just do it. Consistency is key. Get a quality Fitness Instructor and a programme and start a new lifestyle. And stick at it.
If you love your exercise and would benefit from some low-cost and free resources to help you in this new season, here are a couple of paragraphs plugging two of the best resources that I have discovered in in the last 15 years working within exercise and health.
In my professional role as an NHS Exercise Practitioner, I’ve had the privilege of helping over 6000 patients one on one in the last 6 years to: improve their general health, lose weight, recover from open-heart surgery, reverse chronic metabolic diseases like diabetes, overcome depression and start walking again from life-threatening morbid obesity…Here is some info for you if you are currently unhappy with your health/weight and how you might make that all-important move from being inactive to even moderately active.