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Although I don’t like to admit it, the majority of women that come to my gym to work out, get motivation, socialise and start a healthy lifestyle, are overweight. Not obese, but just carrying those extra few pounds that sometimes Keep Reading
If there has been a single mantra underlying every new workout phenomenon of the past decade, it is this: whatever you do, work your core. Just about every personal trainer and running coach, barre teacher and Spinning instructor has drilled Keep Reading
The toll an addiction takes on your body can be extremely serious and lasting. While you can seek treatment for the initial detox, you have only just begun your long road to recovery. Many long-term health conditions can be created Keep Reading
With fitness classes that project your heart rate onto screens and wristbands being used at parties to compete for the lowest pulse, we’re becoming obsessed with our BPM. But is it healthy to put your ticker to the test?
The Impostor Phenomenon was first recognised in the 1970s by two psychologists named Suzanne Imes and Pauline Rose Clance. People with Impostor Phenomenon or Syndrome find that they are always waiting for their latest success to be torn from them Keep Reading