Category: Sports Nutrition & Lifestyle

  • Maisie
  • 05 Jan 2017

10 Tips For Sticking to Your 2017 Resolutions!

Happy New Year Everyone! We hope you’ve all had a fantastic and well deserved Christmas & New Year break. Now the New Year is here, it’s time to start the path to achieving the goals you set for yourself this year. If you find it difficult to stick to your New Years Resolutions, maybe these […]

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  • Maisie
  • 05 Dec 2016

The Ultimate Christmas Gift Guide for Health & Fitness!

If you and your friends are obsessed with staying healthy and keeping fit, here’s a list of Christmas gift ideas perfect for workouts, yoga and healthy eating!

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  • Maisie
  • 04 Nov 2016

Tips for Morning, Afternoon and Evening Workouts.

It can be difficult to fit exercising into your busy schedule, we’ve come up with some tips to help your workout plans at different times in the day; early in the morning before work, in the afternoon during your lunch break, and in the evening after work.

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  • Maisie
  • 04 Oct 2016

20 Ways to Stay Healthy While You’re at Work.

We know that it can be difficult to stay healthy while you’re at work, unhealthy snacks are even more tempting when you’re bored and when you need a boost of energy. Sitting at a desk in front of a computer all day can be detrimental to your health, and your posture.

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  • Ann White
  • 19 Nov 2013

How you just got the flu

Are you feeling a bit rough today? First signs of a cold or full blown flu? If you’ve every wondered how those pesky bugs actually take hold then this infographic might help! We’ve never seen the flu virus compared to a reality TV star but strangely the analogy makes sense.

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  • Ann White
  • 11 Nov 2013

Flu Fighting – understanding your immune system

At this time of year there’s lots of talk about boosting your immune system – but what are you boosting and how does that help your body defend itself against infection? Here’s our quick tour and some tips for keeping it healthy.

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  • Ann White
  • 06 Nov 2013

Overtrained and Underdefended?

It’s that time of year when we all know someone who’s just gone down with the office cold or flu bug. But if you are training hard how can you maintain your immune function and avoid the immune suppression that can occur as a result of overtraining?

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  • Ann White
  • 29 Aug 2013

Oxidative Stress and Sports Nutrition

Exercise is good for us – but like most things in life it’s important to achieve balance, in this case between doing enough exercise to benefit health but not so much that you cause oxidative stress. It’s important to ensure your body’s own antioxidant protection is functioning well – find out how!

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  • Ann White
  • 12 Aug 2013

Sports Nutrition 101 – The pages Part 2

In this second part of our article looking at some page sports nutrition we’re looking at amino acids. We all know protein is important for training but find out why it’s not just for muscle growth and repair.

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  • Ann White
  • 05 Aug 2013

Sports Nutrition 101 – The basic Part 1

We’re going back to pages on sports nutrition, with a quick guide to the many different roles amino acids play in the body. As well as fuelling muscle growth and repair they help protect against the stress of exercise – and play other important roles.

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