Every sunny day in the UK is filled with the smell of barbecues and the bustling sights of parks and commons filled with picnicking parties. This is especially relevant with lockdown easing, but still not being able to see loved ones indoors.
Having a baby is a life-changing event, and the challenge of weight management during this period of many changes, both emotionally and physically, as well as socially, should not be underestimated.
Lockdown has been an entirely new experience for us all, and there are many questions circulating everyone’s minds about how to deal with certain aspects of it. If you’re curious about how to deal with increased snacking, changes to your workout regime, why your sleep may be affected, and if you should be taking supplements, hopefully this will help.
Lockdown has well and truly become part of the tale we’ll tell in years to come. It’s no longer not the norm, and as we look towards the future it’s likely to shape a lot of what the next year looks like. It’s changed the way we live, train and eat. Whilst it’s come with a lot of negatives, it’s also forced a lot of us to slow down, and allowed us to dedicate more time to activities we usually wouldn’t have the hours to. This includes training, and a lot of it.
Topics: Fitness & Training
Find yourself stiffening up being sat at your desk all day? Perhaps the kitchen table isn’t so great for posture after all? Don’t panic, we’re here to help, or rather FFF coach Brad Welch is, sharing with you a simple mobility sequence to try at home. Get it done as soon as you wake up, or slot it into your lunchtime session. Cricked necks and creaky bodies are a thing of the past. Over to you Brad…
Taking good care of your health has never been more important, and if you are finding you're constantly snacking during lockdown, then you're not alone. Many of us, our team included, are looking to the fridge out of boredom, restlessness and stress.
So many of you asked for savoury snacks, so here you have one. A great afternoon choice to boost your brain health and productivity, packed with plenty of flavour and an abundance of nutrients.
Mackerel is the richest fish source of EPA/DHA, the healthiest type of omega 3 fatty acids which are important in the maintenance of healthy brain and nervous tissue. Diets rich in fish containing these fats have been linked to improved concentration and memory; whilst egg yolk contains a fat like B vitamin called choline. This choline promotes the release of certain neurotransmitters which helps improve our memory and reaction times.
Tasty and seriously good for you? We'll take it!
It can be so easy to get swept up by random ‘helpful’ posts on the internet, but it can be challenging to know what is genuine, accurate advice, and what is just scaremongering.
It is widely acknowledged that eating a nutritious and balanced diet is good for one’s physical health, leading to a decrease in risk of developing cardiovascular disease, diabetes and even certain cancers. However, the link between diet and mental health is overlooked.
These are not just your classic protein pancakes. These are far flipping better!
Meet our fancy take on the classic, topped with home made apple compote, and a vegan vanilla whip. Sound indulgent? Well they are, but don't panic, they come at no cost to your macros. These are packed and stacked with goodness, to give you the best possible start to your day.
Topics: vegan recipes