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Health & Nutrition

How to Eat for Hybrid Training: A Nutrition Guide To Maximise Performance

Hybrid training is not new to the fitness scene but has surged in popularity over the past few years from the growth of functional training and fitness competitions, such as Hyrox.  Now you likely know you need to tailor your training to suit this, but do you need to adjust your nutrition to maximise your […]

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Lifestyle

7 Tips On How to Have a Healthy Bank Holiday

With the weather warming and the excitement for summer starting, Bank Holidays in Britain normally mean two things: booze, and BBQs.  Despite the fun and festivities around Bank Holidays, it can be difficult to navigate the nutritional side of things and make the best choices for yourself through this period. A fine balance between enjoyment […]

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Lifestyle

Do you really need to walk 10,000 steps a day?

The common goal of walking 10,000 steps a day is often touted as a benchmark for daily activity, but is this number magical when it comes to improving your health? The short answer is no, but let’s delve deeper into why any form of movement is beneficial and how you can adapt this guideline to […]

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Health & Nutrition

Runna Series Part 3 – How to maximise recovery post-marathon

With just over a week to go until the London Marathon, you will have likely begun to taper pre-race and put together your plan for race day. Apart from the race itself, the final piece of the puzzle is recovery.  As a result, we’re back with part 3 of the Runna marathon series. Part 3 […]

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Fitness

Runna Series Part 1 – How to taper pre-marathon

The London Marathon is almost upon us!  For many, the preparation for the marathon has long been underway. These final few weeks are no different. It’s time to put the finishing touches on the pre-race prep and plan out the big day. With the expertise of the running maestros at Runna, we’re going to be […]

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Fitness

International Women’s Day – How to work with your body to achieve your fitness goals

8th March marks International Women’s Day each year. As you may well be aware, the majority of fitness plans and information are put together with men in mind, whether intentionally or not. A review of physiological research by O’Halloran (2020) determined that just 8% of physiological studies exclusively featured female participants. In the field of […]

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Fitness

Why I Use Fresh Fitness Food and Recommend It To My Clients

Recently, we caught up with one of our affiliates Robert Jackson, to discuss why he uses Fresh Fitness Food both for himself, but also for his clients. Robert is the owner of Minimal FiT Canary Wharf, London. He specialises in working with time-poor working professionals to help them get the most out of the time […]

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Lifestyle

How To Avoid Being A Quitter This Quitters Day!

Each year, the second Friday of January marks ‘Quitters Day‘. It is noted for the substantial number of people who call it quits on their New Year’s resolutions. Last January, Duolingo surveyed 2000 adults who pinpointed 10th January (the second Friday of the year) as the day that 32% of them broke their pledges to […]

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Health & Nutrition

5 tips to help you navigate Veganuary in 2024

As January unfolds, many individuals around the world are embracing a transformative and compassionate lifestyle change and taking part in Veganuary. This global movement, dedicated to promoting a plant-based diet throughout the month of January, has gained tremendous momentum in recent years. Whether you’re a seasoned vegan, a curious flexitarian, or someone simply seeking a […]

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Eating

How to Keep Your Energy Flowing After New Year’s

As we dive into a brand new year, there\’s no better time to focus on all aspects of your health. After all, your overall well-being is determined by how well you care for your body,

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