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Robin and Mental Health

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Robin and Mental Health

My work in exercise and mental health as well as my own personal journey (I still have some battles) has shown me that despite these more enlightened times, there remains a strong stigma around mental health.. What are your thoughts?

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Exercise Adherence and Beginners

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Exercise Adherence and Beginners

Starting an exercise programme for a non-exerciser represents a major change in behaviour and as such will be a challenge. For many, the greatest challenge is actually starting the programme.. 

With National Fitness Day tomorrow, check out Robin's blog on Exercise Adherence for Beginners to see how you can adjust your mindset to appeal to this clientele.

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Nutrition

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Nutrition

When I saw Amelia Freer release the 10-day plan and the focus of the book, I thought this would be a good book to try. The mission is to introduce the reader to a healthy nutritional balance, rather than diets.  It challenges how you think about food, forcing you to evaluate yourself and how you respond to food.

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Embrace the Outdoors this Easter

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Embrace the Outdoors this Easter

With Easter fast approaching it is time to get the walking boots out, dust off the bike, and catch up with family over the glorious bank holiday weekend.

Regardless of what Easter means to you, whether it is the religious significance, having time to recover from the busy work period or chocolate!  At Ad-Lib Training we embrace the great outdoors, moving away from screens and using the time off to enjoy life with the people who mean something to us.  With this in mind, the tutoring team has shared a special place to them in the UK, where you can explore, enjoy family and stay healthy.

If you don’t have any plans this upcoming break, or unsure where to go for an adventure, this is a must read of our top locations!  There is something for everyone.

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