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Mummy Fitness: Lunch time HIIT run

Mummy Fitness: Lunch time HIIT run

I started running on my lunch breaks a couple of years ago and it didn't last long. I gave up after 6 months or so as I found it boring. When I started it up again at the start of this year, I wanted to do it differently. So I decided to mix up a run with the concept of HIIT. My version of a HIIT run. VIEW the POST

Win a bundle of wellbeing goodies

Win a bundle of wellbeing goodies

What better way to kick off the New Year than to do it with a competition? And, a fabulous competition at that: to win a bundle of wellbeing goodies. I am an advocate for mindfulness and looking after yourself. This competition will give you everything you need to give yourself some time and to ensure you start the year with a healthy mind. VIEW the POST

How can you reach your fitness goals?

We all have a vision of what our ideal fitness would look like and feel like. Alas, the thinking bit is the easy part – the difficult part is actually making it a reality. While you’ll struggle if you’re stuck in daydream mode, there are some tried and tested methods that’ll help you to slowly inch in the right direction. Here are some tips on how to reach your fitness goals:

Relaxing on the road – it is possible!

Relaxing on the road – it is possible!

Any experienced traveller will tell you that travelling requires a certain level of stamina, especially when out on the road. Whether you’re recovering from jetlag, feeling the impact of all those late nights, all the activities, the heat, the stress and trying not to miss your connecting flights to new destinations it’s not always easy to catch your breath! VIEW the POST

Turning a health kick into a habit

Turning a health kick into a habit

There are plenty of people who know that they’re able to start exercise and start dieting, making the steps necessary to a healthier lifestyle. However, starting isn’t the problem. Keeping up with it is. Here, we’re going to look at what it takes to stop treating the building blocks of an active lifestyle as a “health kick”, something that’s temporary, and how to turn them into habits that become lifelong changes to your behaviours. VIEW the POST