Remember — it’s a cheat meal, not a cheat day! It’s not a go-ahead to eat anything and everything.
You might inspire someone else. Without even realising it, you might be a role model for a friend or colleague.
Leading a lifestyle with minimal exercise has been linked to so many health problems and, unfortunately, these problems can apply to people who spend a large portion of their day sitting.
These sneaky changes can help keep you on the path to better health.
Picking up weights for a set number of repetitions won’t instantly cause bulk, even if the weights are on the heavier side. In fact, lifting heavy weights places more demands on your body, which can kick a number of positive changes into gear.
In order to make a positive change, you need to stop feeling guilty for overdoing it in the past and focus on being mindful in the future.
Our relationship with food can have a huge bearing on how we enjoy and process it, as well as our body image and confidence.
Having fresher versions means you’re likely to get more of the nutrients that these foods have to offer and less of the hidden nasties.
If you want more “bang for your buck” with your workouts, try swapping your passive rest breaks (such as sitting down) for active ones.