You can’t cure a cold with vitamin C The season of sniffles, sore throats and sneezes is upon us, but loading up on vitamin C may not be the solution you’ve been looking for. There’s some research to suggest that those who intake the recommended amount of vitamin C are under the weather for fewer […]
Cindy’s Q&A has us wondering whether her mum’s lasagne is better than ours, and whether Rihanna, Beyonce and Tyra Banks would agree!
With the clocks going back imminently, training after work in the darkness of winter (when the temptation is to go home and collapse in a heap on the sofa) can be a tough challenge.
Sleep is one of the key elements in exercise recovery and is crucial to physical and mental wellbeing. Good quality sleep is often overlooked in favour of how many hours you can cram into your busy lifestyle.
From dining with Beyonce to exploring Tokyo, Victoria, Speedflex Trainer in Wilmslow, steps up to take part in our Q&A!
Speedflex studios in London, Reigate and West Byfleet went head to head for National Fitness Day on Wednesday 26th September in a 12 hour Speedflexathon in aid of children’s charity, Momentum.
Not eating after a training session Those looking to lose weight need to be mindful of calories, but not eating after a workout out of fear you’ll ‘put on what you’ve just burned off’ isn’t the way to go. Re-fuelling after a workout is part and parcel of looking after your body so it can […]
Most of us are guilty of it; whether it’s down to a broken nights sleep with the kids or binging on a full Netflix series into the early hours, when we feel tired throughout the day, we reach for the kettle – and the coffee, but there are other ways to improve your sleep and […]
News out from the World Health Organisation today reveals more than a quarter of people are not doing enough exercise, and as a result are putting themselves at risk of health problems such as heart disease and diabetes. If you or someone you know are one of those 1.4 billion people, and are tentative to […]
Your heart is the strongest and most important muscle in your body so looking after it should be high up on your list of priorities. Here are three great things for your heart…