Are you doing enough muscle strengthening activities?

Alongside doing at least 150 minutes of physical activity a week, the Chief Medical Officer also recommends adults should do muscle strengthening activities on at least two days a week. (Sport England, Active Lives, Adult Survey Nov 20/21 Report, Published Apr 2022) Also recommended by the NHS and WHO 🏋🏾‍♀️https://www.sportengland.org/know-your-audience/data/active-lives 💪https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/exercise/exercise-guidelines/physical-activity-guidelines-for-adults-aged-19-to-64/ Why? Reduce Your HealthContinue reading “Are you doing enough muscle strengthening activities?”

How Benevolence and Supporting Charity Improve Wellbeing

Being benevolent is often intrinsically motivated. Being kind, giving to charity instils a sense of satisfaction, self worth and self esteem, leads to improved prosocial behaviour and ultimately improved wellbeing for those behaving benevolently and those they influence. Research and more details 👐😇🦸‍♂️🦸🏿https://charterforcompassion.org/being-charitable-toward-othershttps://www.cafonline.org/my-personal-giving/long-term-giving/resource-centre/five-reasons-to-give-to-charityInfluence and Benevolence

How a charity challenge can help your fitness goals

According to experts, having a goal to work towards can give new direction and help push you towards achieving new skills and benchmarks in your workouts. When we start exercising, we often do it for external reasons such as wanting to change our weight or the way we look. But finding other, more meaningful, motivationsContinue reading “How a charity challenge can help your fitness goals”

Behaviour vs. Outcome-Based Goals – Which are best?

Behaviour-based goals are typically changes we make to how we act, they focus on how we personally feel and behave, rather than just looking purely at the outcome of our actions. Outcome-based goals are changes we make to our performance, They focus on the outcome of our actions, rather than how we feel about performingContinue reading “Behaviour vs. Outcome-Based Goals – Which are best?”