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CELEBRATING BIKE WEEK

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CELEBRATING BIKE WEEK
Last week the UK celebrated Bike Week and each day we shared a post about cycling on our Instagram account.

Bike Week is an annual celebration to showcase cycling which we think is a great idea - It's much more than just another Instagram day.

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7 HOME WORKOUT IDEAS FOR LOCKDOWN AND BEYOND!

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7 HOME WORKOUT IDEAS FOR LOCKDOWN AND BEYOND!
It's been quite a few weeks of lockdown now, which means you are probably looking for different ways to stay fit and active when there are fewer sports to participate in which are allowed and also the gyms are still closed.

We've been testing different workouts during the lockdown and here are our thoughts to help you decide what to do next!

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STARTING A FITNESS ROUTINE AS A SENIOR - THINGS TO CONSIDER

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STARTING A FITNESS ROUTINE AS A SENIOR - THINGS TO CONSIDER

This is a guest post by Danielle Roberts Maintaining a healthy weight and mobility as you age is easier when you stay active. Being fit isn’t necessarily all about losing weight and living at the gym, it’s more about staying active and eating a nutritious diet. While it’s hard to admit sometimes, it’s difficult to keep the same intensity in your workout as a senior. This is an important thing to remember if you’re starting a fitness routine. If you’re ready to take the next step, here are several things to consider in choosing the right routine. Ease into It...

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OUR CURRENT WORKOUT ROUTINE: MIXING THINGS UP

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OUR CURRENT WORKOUT ROUTINE: MIXING THINGS UP

With the new year, we set ourselves some new goals. One of those goals is around fitness & health (of course). What we really wanted to do was start the year by mixing up our workouts. This is exactly what we’ve been doing.

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HOW TO GET BETTER FITNESS RESULTS WITH THE 80/20 PRINCIPLE

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HOW TO GET BETTER FITNESS RESULTS WITH THE 80/20 PRINCIPLE

These days I’m a big believer in the 80/20 principle.

Otherwise known as the Pareto Principle, the idea is that 20% of the things you do will give you 80% of the results.

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