How fitness trends have changed

How fitness trends have changed

Find out how fitness trends have changed over the years and what the future of fitness might look like in years to come.

Get the most from your workout

Get the most from your workout

Make sure the time you're putting in to your exercise routine is paying off. Find out how to get the most from your workouts.

Stop counting calories, start counting nutrients

Stop counting calories, start counting nutrients

Looking more closely at the quality of the foods you eat rather than endlessly counting calories could help you lose weight more effectively.

8 best stretches

8 best stretches

Stay supple and avoid muscle stiffness with our recommended stretches that you can do at the end of your workout.

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  • Six exercise injuries and how to avoid them

    Six exercise injuries and how to avoid them

    11 July 2020

    Fitness goals can be hampered by unexpected niggles or injuries that can halt us in our tracks. The experts at musclefood.com explain how to reduce your injury risk. Poor exercise technique can lead to injuries that may even require surgery.…

  • The benefits of caffeine for your work out

    The benefits of caffeine for your work out

    10 July 2020

    Whatever your chosen form of exercise, caffeine can help to boost your performance and help you get the most from your workout. Rob Kemp explains why. Coffee has become the workout warm-up of choice for growing numbers of cyclists, runners…

  • Gyms are to reopen in England on 25th July

    Gyms are to reopen in England on 25th July

    9 July 2020

    Missed your gym? Your patience has paid off… gyms, indoor pools and sports facilities in England will be able to reopen from 25th July and outdoor pools from 11th July. Social distancing measures will apply with equipment spaced out and…

  • Stay motivated to keep on running

    Stay motivated to keep on running

    9 July 2020

    Losing your running mojo? Try some of our strategies here to maximise your motivation. Find some company If you don’t fancy joining a club or running on your own, enlist a friend to run with you. Ideally, they should be…

  • Swim without pain

    Swim without pain

    8 July 2020

    Do you enjoy swimming but find it painful and uncomfortable? Lucy Fry looks at common aches and pains suffered by regular swimmers, and how to overcome them. Swimming can cause pain and niggles in the lower back, knee and shoulder,…

  • How to improve your running

    How to improve your running

    6 July 2020

    Get fitter and faster and avoid getting into a rut with our top tips. Whether you plan to be a fast runner who nails personal bests and gets fitter and fitter ,or you just want to do it for run,…

  • Walking for weight loss

    Walking for weight loss

    4 July 2020

    If you can’t run due to the high impact nature of running causing problems with your joints, or you simply don’t enjoy it, walking is a great way to burn fat. Provided you do it regularly (four times a week…

  • Get fit with cardio combat

    Get fit with cardio combat

    3 July 2020

    Shadow boxing is a fun, fat-burning workout that really gets results – use it to torch calories, get fit and beat stress. If you get bored on the treadmill, the cross-trainer, the rower or doing normal aerobics classes then you…

  • Eat the right food for exercise

    Eat the right food for exercise

    3 July 2020

    If you regularly work out, getting the right balance of carbs, protein, fats, vitamins and water is vital. We reveal the best foods to eat before and after exercise. Energy for exercise Carbohydrates (glucose) are the quickest and easiest form…

  • Health and fitness are becoming more important

    Health and fitness are becoming more important

    2 July 2020

    British people are placing greater emphasis on health and exercise since the Covid-19 pandemic, but as gyms remain closed for the foreseeable future, almost half of British adults are still exercising more than they were before social distancing measures were…