Why you’re never too old to exercise

14 April, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

The over-65 age group is the most sedentary amongst us, but as Erin Phillips discovers exercise doesn’t have to be difficult… and it can lead to a happier, healthier, and…


Dormant Bottom Syndrome: A common cause of aches and pains

3 April, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Physiotherapist Anna-Louise Bouvier reveals if our bottoms aren’t looking as good as they could be, or if we’re suffering from back pain, hamstring issues or calf problems – we might…


How to dance your way to health and fitness

9 March, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Dust off your dance shoes – disco fever is taking over the workout world. Here’s how to work dance into your fitness regime.


A beach workout to see you through to the end of summer

24 February, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

The Fit Pharmacist shares her favourite full body workout that can be done on the beach, at home, or in the gym.


The hottest fitness trends to get you in shape in 2018

18 January, 2018 . by Sarah Fennell

Thinking about shaking up your workout routine in the New Year? Here’s six ideas to get you started.


How to keep your health on track during the festive season (plus your anywhere, anytime workout)

18 December, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

Keeping your body active over the holidays is a valuable gift to yourself, says The Fit Pharmacist Holly Louise.


Choosing the right exercise for your body type

24 October, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

Understanding your levels of flexibility can go a long way in discovering the best exercises for you, shares Physiotherapist Anna-Louise Bouvier.


The simple, pain-free way to start running

19 September, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

Running and walking are two of the simplest, most efficient ways to exercise, and with spring finally here, now’s the time to start.


Five most common training myths busted

8 September, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

From doing your cardio while hungry, to avoiding strength training because you don’t want to ‘bulk’ up, The Fit Pharmacist busts the most common training myths.


Is muscle soreness after training good or bad?

25 August, 2017 . by Sarah Fennell

If you’re feeling the burn after your training sessions, it’s likely you’re experiencing delayed onset muscle soreness. Which according to The Fit Pharmacist may actually be a good thing.