5 Tips on How To Get Back To Fitness After A Holiday

Most of us would have taken a break over the summer - whether that’s to jet off somewhere hot and sunny, or spend time with the kids, go camping, or simply work on admin activities at home. We all need a break from the routine from time to time, but it can be difficult to get back in to the routine of fitness after a holiday. Here are 5 tips which will help you get back to your fitness routine after a holiday: 1. Don’t feel guilty. Don’t beat yourself up about the choices you made whilst on holiday - whether that’s eating junk food, or not exercising. Put away your negative feelings and embrace a fresh start - you can also measure the results as you start your new fitness journey. 2. Make a

4 Tips on How To Stay Fit During School Holidays

School holidays are a fitness killer - we go away to sunny islands and indulge in delicious food and cocktails, or go camping when convenience food is the way to go; your fitness routine goes out the window because let’s face it - it’s hard to keep any kind of routine whilst the kids are around, let alone one which requires all your motivation; or you’re just so tired at the end of the day that you cannot think about a) going to class, b) cooking a healthy meal. Pizza for all just sounds like a good option. But it doesn’t have to be stressful keeping fit during school holidays - with a couple of simple tips you can carry on with exercise and healthy eating! All it takes is a little determina

How To Exercise During Pregnancy

It's hard enough getting to classes when there is just one of you, but if there are two of you working out it can get quite tricky! Not to mention you will be worried about pushing yourself or doing exercises which may harm the baby. Carrying a baby and keeping your fitness levels up is a very big responsibility and you need to take care of the life inside you. But studies have also shown that doing exercise throughout pregnancy can lead to an easier birth, lower risk of postnatal depression, better sleep, more energy and even less lower back pain. But the exercise has to be safe. 1. Take things easy. Naturally we want to push ourselves during exercise but there is a time and a place to do t

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