5 ways to make fitness more fun

  We all know that exercise is good for us, but how often do you really look forward to exercising in the same way that you would, say, meeting up with a pal for a drink or going to the cinema? Is it really possible to make your workout become the highlight of your week? […]

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Tips to Boost your energy levels.

Do you need more energy?   Do you find yourself relying too much on energy drinks and coffee to stay awake throughout the day?   A few days ago, one of my clients complained of low energy levels. We all have those days, but when they become the norm, our work and lifestyle may suffer. […]

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5 ways to feel less stressed

  Keith McNiven Right Path Fitness https://rightpathfitness.co.uk   Stress relief, that’s all meditation in darkened rooms isn’t it? Actually, there’s a lot more that 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 […]

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5 of the Best Winter Health Foods

  Winter is the time of year when coughs, colds and flu viruses run riot.  Once the temperature drops, they are out in force.  What you eat can have a significant impact on your immune system and in turn your susceptibility – or not, to such bugs.  It can also change the level from which […]

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4 scary health facts you need to hear

  Keith McNiven Right Path Fitness https://rightpathfitness.co.uk   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 […]

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5 truths about cholesterol for 20 somethings

Keith McNiven Right Path Fitness https://rightpathfitness.co.uk   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 […]

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