It can be hard working from home to keep up healthy eating habits when you are constantly surrounded by food all day. Whether you are struggling with constantly snacking or grazing throughout the day or are succumbing to Uber Eats a little too often, we've put together some of our top tips to help you stay on track whilst you are working from home.
Beta-Alanine is a popular supplement among athletes and fitness enthusiasts because it's been shown to enhance performance and benefit overall health. As one of the main ingredients in our Pre-Workout Blend, we thought it was about time to explain the what, the why and the how!
Self-care has taken on a newfound importance during the coronavirus pandemic. Charities, NHS workers and therapists alike have been praising its virtues.
It can be tricky to bring it back to the basics of what self-care can mean for us when we’re bombarded by feel-good teas, lipsticks and candles. And that’s why we wanted to share a little bit about what we do for self-care with you today. Self-care has taken on a newfound importance during the coronavirus pandemic. Charities, NHS workers and therapists alike have been praising its virtues.
We've been in lockdown for 12 weeks and although restrictions are starting to lift, if your energy levels aren't quite matching that, we're with you.
Our lives have changed so much in such a short space of time. Mental stress is high so when you pair that with our days being a little more sedentary, it's not surprising that many of us are really feeling the lack of 'get up and go' energy we once had.
Just because the gyms are closed at the moment doesn’t mean you can’t stay on track with your fitness goals. Whilst it might mean there are some slight tweaks and adjustments to your routine, try and view this time as a wonderful opportunity to try exercises you wouldn’t normally and keep your body guessing with a range of different workouts to improve different areas of your fitness.
Some of us are more designed to tolerate carbohydrates (or 'carbs', for short) better than others - it’s just the way we are. We think of carbs as our energy source (which it is), but how much should we be having to benefit ourselves and not gain weight?