Last minute holiday blitz; an eagerness to "tone up" – no matter what's driving your desire to workout this month, spend your exercise budget in the right places.
What is Fit Night Out? It’s an evening of workouts and wellness brought to you by Women’s Health. We have an exciting programme of classes and speaker sessions on the schedule. Tickets have sold out so if you weren’t one of the lucky ones, please visit our Women’s Health UK Facebook page to catch the speaker sessions on the night at the allotted times. The full speaker schedule can be found here.
If fitness was part of your life before you had a baby, there’s no doubt post pregnancy exercise is on your radar, even with a little one in tow. But it’s tougher now. Your strength and fitness levels will be reduced (even if you kept up training throughout pregnancy, but especially if you couldn't), your time is impossibly squeezed and you’re probably functioning on very little sleep. But it’s not impossible - and the new wave of post pregnancy exercise options is blooming great.
In fitness tracker world, Fitbit is the Whitney Houston, the Beyonce, the Adele. The brand may not have any Grammys, but according to your search history they're what you're most interested in.
Are you a dog person? Or a cat person? The answer reveals a lot more about you – and, in particular, your health – than you might think. In an Australian study of 1,813 adults, for example, those with a canine companion were found to be 77 per cent more likely to chase down sufficient levels of physical activity than their pooch-less counterparts.