There are fitness apps and YouTube videos for every type of activity or exercise you can imagine.
Stairs, chairs and household objects can be used to create your own indoor circuit class. Or you could buy fitness DVDs or exercise equipment that matches the type of exercise you like to do – from high intensity training to instructor-led aerobics routines, indoor bikes to workouts with weight.
Fourth in six ghostwritten blogs for Freedom Leisure's 97 centres to use on social channels to promote facilities, membership & benefits of leisure centre over other fitness studio.
Third of six ghostwritten promotional blogs & social posts to be shared across Freedom Leisure's 97 centres for use on their social channels. Blogs to promote sports facilities, children's activities, swimming lessons etc. on offer.
Second of six promotional blogs to be shared by Freedom Leisure's 97 venues across the UK. Blogs to cover benefits of leisure centre membership, swimming lessons, children's activities etc.
Ghostwritten blog for Freedom Leisure on the physical and mental health benefits of swimming, promoting adult swimming lessons across the company's 99 centres to use on their social channels. This is the first in a series of six blog posts.
Social media strategy & video content gathering / project management for 2019 Great Daffodil Appeal on tour across the UK with Marie Curie's Great Big Daffodil of Memories.
The benefits of green therapy for mental health and wellbeing have long been documented. There’s something really wholesome, really nourishing, really nurturing, about spending time in the great outdoors and sowing a seed to watch it grow.
The ESCAPE Project is one of Family Action’s 150 services – a community allotment and orchard in Swaffham, Norfolk, set up to support and improve the life opportunities of local people.
It’s a funny thing, when the mother-daughter roles reverse, but sometimes that’s the bipolar way. There’s no script when it comes to mental health, but whoever plays ‘mum’, we’re facing our Family Monsters together. Let me introduce you to my mum. My brave, chaotic and fiercely loving mum.
Technology is a truly wonderful thing. It makes the world smaller, connects people and helps create communities - but are we getting too much of it? And if so, how do we cut back? In this guest blog, Tess Agnew, asks the experts for their tips to help us unplug and unwind.
When you hear the word self-care, what do you think of? Eating a diet full of nutritious, healthy food or time out from your day to meditate or exercise? Giving yourself permission to leave the to do list until tomorrow so you can finish watching your favourite programme, or booking yourself a relaxing spa day?
With work, family and social commitments all bidding for our time, it can be easy for our fitness goals to slip to the bottom of our to-do list. It's hard to stay motivated when a packed schedule puts us under pressure, but being busy doesn't mean you have to shelve your fitness goals.
Fitting in exercise around a busy lifestyle can be hard work, but it doesn't have to be - it's just about knowing how to get the most out of your workouts and pushing yourself when you do. The good news is you don't need an expensive gym membership and lots of equipment to get fitter, healthier and leaner. All you need is a spare 20 minutes, some space to jump around (enough for a yoga mat bare minimum), and some motivation.