With gyms closed and people asked to stay at home, a lot of us will be looking for alternative methods of getting or keeping fit.
Here’s a round up of online keep fit that’s free. If you do sign up for stuff that’s free for a fixed number of days, eg 30 days, then set a reminder to cancel or if you can cancel straight away if the service allows you to do that and still use it!
YouTube is awash with home workout videos. One channel that is currently getting a lot of attention on social media sites in The Body Coach. Owner Joe Wicks is hosting daily PE lessons live-streamed from 9 am.
Below are a few recommendations for some of the more popular channels available across the site, but there are …
Taking care of our health has never been higher on the agenda – we’re getting fatter, older, consumed by electronics and worse. Sensible eating, a healthy lifestyle, regular exercise – they’re all important to us. While we do have the NHS, sometimes don’t you wish that queues would be shorter and results in faster?
Did you know that you could be creating an even healthier life for yourself and saving money on simple everyday health care costs by having a health care cash plan?
Cash plans offer multiple benefits, not only by making essential health care more affordable, but also in the improved outlook on health they help to give to individuals. Leading cash plan provider Sovereign Health Care gives us the lowdown on what having a cash plan means and why every family should …
With the sun out, there really isn’t much excuse not to get out there and walk or even run. Aldi Specialbuys Running range is now in stores and available while stocks last.
I have a Fitbit which was a gift and cost close to £70, so am very pleased to see Aldi’s Activity Tracker. Keep track of your fitness efforts with the multifunctional wristband. Measures daily activity, time, steps and more. Available in four colours, activity trackable on a smart phone and loads of functions for £29.99.
Aldi’s Bluetooth Heart Rate Monitor (£24.99) is chest strap that cleverly measuring heart rate, pace and distance with automatic synchronisation, when running via a smartphone. To follow, you can use Aldi’s Bluetooth Diagnostic Scale (£34.99) for keeping track of your weight post workout. Batteries included, this gadget measures …