Get to sleep the easier way

The summer has gone which means those body melting temperatures and unbearable nights are no longer with us, but many people still toss and turn unable to get to sleep at night. Fear not, we have put together some simple tips that we hope will help you to fall asleep …

Find your fitness this summer

It is never too late to get in shape! Believe us, we have been there. Whether you are starting out, or are already on the road to fitness, why not start a mid-year fitness plan that will help you feel good and look great, today, tomorrow and in the future. …

How to complete ‘Dry January’

Over the past few years, Dry January, has become ‘a thing’ and one that is gathering momentum. Just to give you an overview, Dry January is an annual event where thousands of people give up alcohol for the first month of the year. While January is a tough month already, …

Keep your immune system strong

Before the party season gets underway, why not take a look at how you can boost your immune system so you can keep healthy as you burn the candle both ends this December. If you make a conscious effort to look after yourself you will be at an advantage when …

Breaking up and moving on

However you look at them, break-ups are tough, emotional and draining but they don’t have to break you. We know you have heard the clichés and we know it might not seem like it now but a break up can be made less painful, and here’s how. Accept your feelings …

Eat your way to tight abs

OK, you need to exercise too, but if you are mindful about what you put on your plate and into your body, the benefits can be seen around your tummy. We have had a look at good grub for great abs and we think you’ll be running to the shops …

Run your way into spring

Everyday we are told something new when it comes to what we eat and drink. More of this, less of that and cut that out altogether. Carbs are bad, sugar is worse and as for fats, well don’t even go there. It is little wonder many of us feel overwhelmed …

Go out and do something active this summer

With Rio just around the corner, what better time to get off the sofa and dive into sports? The NHS* says that to keep healthy, adults should try to be active daily and aim to achieve at least 150 minutes of physical activity a week through a variety of activities. …

Get your feet summer happy

With the days becoming warmer and the evenings lighter, many of us are able to get outside and run once again. Whilst it feels great to have the sun on the shoulders and a warm breeze in our hair, your feet don’t always thank you for that extra bit of …

Marathon Recovery Tips

Last weekend saw the 35th London Marathon, an iconic 26 mile race run by thousands of participants each year. 26 miles is an awfully long way to run (unless you’re Eddie Izzard, who seems to have turned into a real-life Forrest Gump with all of his running lately!) and it …