Exercising at home

On Monday 23 March the way we live our lives changed. Included in this are the ways in which we can access and take part in exercise. We know many of you benefit from activity both mentally and physically, so here are our top tips for exercising in your home.

Slow and steady will win the race

If you've started a New Year's resolution to get active then good on you! We couldn't agree more that activity is a great thing to take top spot on your to-do 2020 list.



HIIT exercise is a trend that has been sweeping the nation for a while now. But what exactly is it? HIIT stands for High-Intensity Interval Training. It is centered around short bursts of exercise that are split with a shorter period of rest allowing you to give 90-100% effort in short bursts.

You don't need to be super fit to do it as it can be tailored for all levels.

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The physical benefits of exercise are well known: increased fitness levels and bone density; reduction in likelihood of strokes and heart attacks; increased muscle tone and stability (to name a few). But how does exercise impact on your mood?

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This time of year it's always a little bit more difficult to plan activities outdoors as the weather doesn't always make it as inviting to take your activity outside. Let's not forget the days are shorter so you have to contend with the dark too. Here are our top five things to do indoors that will be sure to keep you active in any weather.