Four ways to eat yourself healthy in the New Year

While many New Year's resolutions messages are about cutting down and eating less, you don’t need to starve yourself this January to achieve your healthy weight goals – there are actually many foods we could and should all be eating more of. The British Nutrition Foundation (BNF) shares the four best types of foods to eat more of this year to help you ditch the detox and add some oomph to your New Year’s resolutions, all year round.  

Wholegrains – brown rice, wholemeal breads, brown pasta, whole rye and other grains like bulgur wheat and spelt.

Make Fitness a Pizza-Cake with MuscleFood

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed MuscleFood about their new Pizza range. MuscleFood are a provider of premium nutrition products, aimed at athletes, body-builders and sports enthusiasts.

Declare War on Your Weight with BMF

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed British Military Fitness. British Military Fitness began as an alternative form of group fitness training to gyms, with the idea to get people of all fitness abilities outdoors training in parks, and give everyone a fun and effective form of training using the highly professional skills learnt in the military

Key Fitness Trends for This New Year

The world of fitness is always changing, and last year was one of crazy innovation across the fitness industry.  Perhaps nothing defined last year more than Pokémon GO (more on that later!), except maybe the Mannequin Challenge or the unstoppable rise of the “Dab”?

For gym-goers, there has been no shortage of new technology that has revolutionised the way we keep fit. Now, with the New Year upon us, we’re certain that things will continue to develop in the coming 12 months.

Tennis is Ace for Keeping You Young

The New Year is a time when many Resolve to improve their fitness, not just to improve their self-esteem, but also because being in better shape helps prolong your life. According to recent research, playing racquet sports like tennis could be one of the best ways to get yourself fit and help you to live longer.

Top Fitness Trends for This New Year

The New Year is the time when many of us Resolve to improve our fitness, but we need to have fitness regimes that keep us hooked. We've asked Bradley Simmonds, Fitness guru and celebrity PT to tell us, what trends do we need to know about in 2017:

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Blaze a Trail to Fitness with BhangraBlaze

Outside of the Box Fitness with Team Box

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed Team Box. Team Box is a coaching programme which aims to provide a flexible and sustainable strategy to both training and nutrition and ensure that the process is realistic, achievable and tailored specifically to you.

Stay in the Hoop with HulaFit

The New Year's Resolution Show went to Leisure Industry Week in Birmingham and interviewed HulaFit. HulaFit is a fitness programme based around the hula-hoop that aimes to help you tone that troublesome tummy area, and enjoy the other benefits that can be gained from spinning the humble hoop, namely improved strength, coordination and calorie burning as well as the undeniable enjoyment factor.

One in Three Now Track Their Health and Fitness

The New Year is a time when many look to improve their fitness, and it seems that for a lot of people, wearable activity trackers such as Fitbit or Garmin are the key to their exercise regimes.

A recent international GfK survey, conducted online in 16 countries, shows one in three people (33 percent) currently monitor or track their health or fitness via an online or mobile application, or via a fitness band, clip, or smartwatch. 


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