It’s that time of year again… National Fitness Day on the 23rd September to get the nation engaged in exercise and physical activity.
We all know how challenging it can be to fit exercise into an already hectic lifestyle and balance priorities, so at Ad-Lib training we have pulled together some of our favourite exercises which can be achieved at home, in the park, with family or friends.
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?
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.
What’s enough ? Too much ? Too little ?
We should all walk at least 10,000 steps a day. Right ? We all know that don’t we ? Where did that advice come from and why ?
The number of people playing sport in England has fallen since the 2012 London Olympics, despite the Games' pledge to "inspire a generation."
After reading the article
EFDS: Activity providers need to be more proactive in reaching disabled people
BY MATTHEW CAMPELLI on Leisure Management (June 2016)
It got me thinking...