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Most of us may have tried some sort of fitness tracker in the past, with the most popular choice being Garmin. These little clever devices use GPS satellites to track where, how fast, how high and how long you have been running, swimming, cycling and even kitesurfing for. Despite being the most popular brand, there are lots of other choices; here is our fitness trackers review, and the best four.
Tom Tom multi sport cardio
The Tom Tom multi sport cardio monitors … More
The media is full of ways to get fit and slim quickly, and many stories that you read will be nonsense. So here are some proper fitness secrets that will be invaluable on your road to health and happiness.
1 – Eating is 80% of the battle.
Even if you see a PT 3 times a week, that’s only 3 hours spent training. What about the other 112 or so hours during which you are awake but not training? What you do … More
Personal trainer Wilson on The Supervet
Our personal training assistant Wilson has decided to move from modelling and PT into acting, and will be featuring on C4’s popular primetime show “The Supervet” on tomorrow’s episode (29-10-2014) at 8pm.
Having initially qualified as a personal trainer with Premier Global (dog division), and been scouted as a striker for Postlethwaite FC, Wilson’s good looks and remarkably human personality were soon noticed by … More
How quickly can I get fat? Those of you who have tried (and succeeded) to lose weight will know that to lose one pound of fat you need to eat 500 calories a day less that you burn. This comes to 3500 calories a week. Logic dictates therefore that if you eat 500 calories a day more than you need then you will put on 2lbs of fat a week. However, in reality it is not just a numbers game. … More
Get fit and look amazing for as little as £28 a week with a highly qualified DDW personal trainer in Windsor, Maidenhead and Sunningdale. We know many of you are pressed for time, so from autumn 2014 we are now offering ½ hour personal training sessions from £28 a session.
Having a dedicated professional look after your health and fitness gives you the best possible chance of getting (and staying) fit and trim. Struggling to do it alone? Our ½ hour … More
Having won our successful summer challenge and completed 60 push ups in one minute, Roger Huntingford has just been named by Ladbrookes as the favourite for our next autumn challenge – the burpee test. How many burpees can you do in one minute? Can you stop him winning again?
There will once again be ladies and gents trophies to put in your cabinets, plus kudos and respect from your other trainees. Winners will also be … More
Coffee is one of the most popular drinks in the world, with a Costa or starbucks opening on every street corner it would seem. People spend time and effort trying to stay in shape bbd keeping slim by watching what they eat; often though we neglect the calories hidden in liquids that we drink so often.
That cappuccino on the way to work may well be sabotaging your weight loss. Just a single drink from Starbucks could be as much as … More
Out this week is the news that yet another study has shown that waist measurement, as opposed to weight, is the most important guide to health and longevity.
Researchers have come up with a simple formula to deduce how long a person will live for, and how many years you will lose if you are overweight. Measure your waist (without breathing in). If this measurement is half your height or less than you should live to the average life expectancy of … More
The thousands of UK patients that go through painful knee surgery may only be getting negligible benefits, a new study has discovered. As people get older the meniscus – the cartilage in the knee that acts as a shock absorber – thins out, making it more likely to tear. Researchers in Canada studies 811 procedures and the results were published in the Canadian medical Association Journal; they found that there was little evidence to show that … More
Want to run faster? Many of us are have-a-go runners; some of us run competitively, or have at least done the odd 10k or half marathon for charity. But if we really wanted to step up and become great, what running tips could we get from double Olympic and European champion Mo Farah? How can we run faster?