Pole dancing: The hot fitness trend that’s shrugging off its seedy image

6 March, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

J-Lo stunned with her pole dancing moves in Hollywood blockbuster Hustlers; but she’s far from the only one taking up ancient art.

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No clock at your gym? There’s a good reason for that…

20 January, 2020 . by Sarah Fennell

Gyms are finding new ways to keep people motivated, leaning on psychological tricks to make fitness more fun.

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What are the best exercises if you have arthritis?

12 October, 2019 . by Michelle Rose

Move it or lose it. That’s the key to keeping fit and mobile when living with arthritis. But what sort of exercise should – and shouldn’t – you do?

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What’s the best time of day to exercise?

3 October, 2019 . by Michelle Rose

To jumpstart your health and fitness, arrange your day so you can get maximum benefit from your exercise session.

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5 easy ways to make exercise your friend

30 August, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

If you have a love-hate relationship with exercise, you’re not alone. But there are some simple ways to get over your workout slump.

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Your winter survival guide

22 June, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Some simple daily steps can keep you strong, healthy and feeling good over these colder months.

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The art of slow – the amazing benefits of tai chi

28 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

You’ve probably seen people going through the sequence of movements in your local park.

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The best exercise for a healthy heart

17 February, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Move over, cardio workouts – there may be a better way to strengthen your heart.

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How to keep your exercise goals on track in the heat

24 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

Don’t let the warmer weather derail your fitness goals this summer, says The Fit Pharmacist Holly Louise. All it takes is a bit of planning and preparation.

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Small changes that can have a big impact this year

17 January, 2019 . by Sarah Fennell

New Year’s resolutions shouldn’t be insurmountable. Keep them small and achievable, and you’ll enjoy big benefits as the year rolls on.

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