Yoga might not be a class that we offer at Right Path Fitness, but that doesn’t mean we don’t recognise the value that yoga offers as a form of exercise. Yoga has many benefits, not least being the positive impact it can have on stress levels. It can also help us to improve posture and breathing, and increase strength, flexibility and endurance. If yoga is something you’d like to add to your personal training regime, then here are some yoga classes you can try in London right now.
Wouldn’t it be wonderful if you could return from your holiday fitter than ever before? Stronger, healthier and maybe even with a brand new skill under your belt? Whether you’re looking to escape to a far flung destination, or head somewhere a little closer to home, there are some amazing fun fitness holidays that you could be taking this very summer- here are some of our favourites! in no particular order.
The winter is never a good time for the diet or fitness plan. You struggle to keep either of them going in the face of abysmal weather and an abundance of hot treats. However, there are still ways that you can stay healthy during the winter, and we’re going to be looking at five of them now.
Arthritis is a potentially debilitating illness that affects thousands of people as they get older. Pain and restricted movement are the most wearing symptoms, and there is no cure, unless the patient undergoes some form of joint replacement, if it is even possible for their particular condition.
Week two of our alternative Christmas advent and we hope you’ve been enjoying some of the great offers, tips and advice we’ve been throwing your way. This week, we’ve got lots more to keep you in tip top health for the festive season.
Moz the Monster has made an appearance on our screens, and that can only mean one thing: the Christmas countdown has begun. So that means filling your baskets with festive goodies, letting your trainers gather dust under the Christmas tree
MEN’S HEALTH ESSENTIALS FOR INTERNATIONAL MEN’S DAY
It’s International Men’s Day on the 19th November and one of its key aims is improving the health of men and boys. In the UK, men are expected to live 4 years less than women, they are three times more likely to commit suicide and three times more likely to become dependent on alcohol.
Stress relief, that’s all meditation in darkened rooms, isn’t it? Actually, there’s a lot more than you can do to relieve the everyday stresses that we all experience. Stress is a fact of life, so learning techniques to better manage it can have numerous benefits for your mental, physical, and emotional wellbeing.
It’s Halloween, time for pumpkins carved into ghoulish designs with flames flickering within, dark nights filled with witches, vampires and monsters trick or treating through the streets and freakish movies keeping us up too late. But the truth is, what’s going in inside your own body could be scarier than anything Halloween has to throw at you. Here are 4 scary health facts that you need to hear.
Cholesterol, that’s just something older people have to worry about, right? Actually, no, research from the University of California found if you have elevated cholesterol in your 20s and 30s, it can accumulate over time, causing problems later in life. Cholesterol is called the ‘silent killer’ as it often doesn’t have any symptoms, but left unchecked it can cause heart disease and stroke. This National Cholesterol Month we look at the 5 truths of cholesterol for 20 somethings!
There are several weight assessment tools used today by health professionals. Weight alone is not an accurate measurement of health status, but it is an important part of an overall assessment. Today I want to discuss the “Why” behind BMI and other weight assessment tools that are often used in the health community.
One of the most popular questions our coaches are asked frequently during personal training sessions in London is: “How to deal with hamstring injuries?”. Today, one of our senior personal trainers shares a quick and effective health hack.