We're back with another episode of Move At Home as our fitness maestro Hannah Lewin runs you through a quick full-body dumbbell workout!
You don't need any equipment to keep fit at home, as today we're running you through some easy bodyweight exercises you can do in the comfort of your own home!
By Emerald Pellot, In The Know One fitness program is sending clients off the deep end. Deep End Fitness (DEF), an all-age fitness training program that's entirely underwater, is founded by two former Marines. Prime Hall and Don Tran met at
From 5-minute drills to full body reps, join our intensely fun exercise programme to stay active and burn calories from the comfort of your own home.
The fitness star has been forced to rest after an operation on his hand this week.
Joe Wicks has been in hospital after injuring his hand. The Body Coach, 33, showed fans an X-ray before the procedure, saying he would be operated on because the soft tissue in his hand is "inflamed and possibly infected". He
The coronavirus outbreak has forced many of us to work from home, swapping an office workstation for something less ergonomic (kitchen table, couch...bed?) which can lead to neck and back problems. To reduce the impact of these kinds of aches
Feel the burn. A run in the park might account for your hour’s worth of state-sanctioned exercise, but for cardio junkies missing squat pulses and punishing rounds of burpees, it doesn’t quite HIIT the spot. Luckily, you don’t need a muscle gym’s worth of equipment to feel the burn at home: you just need some virtual taskmasters to put you through your paces. These are the best HIIT fixes you can find.Fiit The lowdown: Fiit is a virtual encyclopaedia of workouts. Its cardio studio has 177 classes and counting (not to mention daily livestreamed classes) — most of which require zero equipment, though if you have downstairs neighbours, you might want to put a mat down. Every class (and instructor) is different, but expect circuits featuring all your favourites: burpees, squat pulses, mountain climbers and high plank shoulder taps, with minimal rest time to keep the heart rate high and maximise your lockdown workout. There are plenty of low-impact, high-intensity options — which is useful for those with knee issues.
Research has found that those who are obese or unfit are less likely to survive infection.