Posts Tagged "Keeping Fit"

Get Fit in February

Posted by admin on Feb 10, 2014 in Blog, Keeping Fit | 0 comments

Get Fit in February

The brilliant thing about having January behind you is that by now you have probably come to terms with the fact you broke all of your new years resolutions by the 2nd and are ready to set some realistic expectations about getting healthier. One of the reasons we statistically don’t keep our new years resolutions is that we aim too high. We decide that we are going to adopt a no carbs, mainly vegan diet and will loose 5 stone while giving up smoking and be ready for the iron man/woman competition by the end of the year (having paced a reasonable time in the London Marathon by Easter...

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Work Out During Commercials

Posted by admin on Jan 10, 2012 in Keeping Fit | 0 comments

Work Out During Commercials

Is your motivation for keeping your new years resolution to get fit waining? Here is some great advice for easy exercises to fit into your down time.   Celeb fitness trainer Kit Rich has worked with Sting, Carly Smithson, and Taylor Dayne, on her advice, here´s how to squeeze in a full workout during our favorite TV shows. Couch Dips: Sitting on the edge of your couch, facing the TV, place your hands right next to your sides with your fingertips facing forward. Roll your shoulders back and open your chest. Slide your body off the couch but keep it close to the couch. On an inhale, bend...

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Exercise Guidelines

Posted by admin on Jul 19, 2011 in Keeping Fit | 0 comments

Exercise Guidelines

When we get home, we think nothing of spending the evening sitting or even lying down in front of the TV. If that sounds like your routine, then it’s important to remember any exercise at all is better than none. In fact, there’s a well-established theory backed by increasing amounts of evidence, that mild to moderate physical activity is, for most people, the best way to better health. However, unless you do something you enjoy – or can at least put up with – you won’t stick at it. Similarly, if you start off doing too much too soon, you’ll get fed up and stop,...

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