Calorie deficit is a key term when it comes to specific weight loss goals. But what is it, how do you achieve it, and how can you create a plan that is feasible to stick to in the longer term? Find out in FFA’s latest blog.
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Injury is as much an emotional recovery as a physical. Find out how to come back from injry stronger with the latest top tips from FFA.
Over half way through 2018 and it is already clear which trends in fitness and training may be on their way out. Fit For Anything takes a look at the top 5 declining schools of thought to keep you one step ahead.
Provided you make some sensible changes to the way your train, there’s absolutely no reason to give winter training the cold shoulder.
You might be surprised by the many reasons people come up with for not working out, not being able to exercise, to commit to a healthier lifestyle. This post is about helping people recognise barriers (physical and mental) and push past them. In short, there’s no reason why you cannot exercise.
There are many different types of exercises, sports and workouts available for you to use in order to meet your health and fitness goals. Here we offer five (although there are more!) reasons why you should consider adding running into your workout plan.
Some people are natural “spur of the moment” people. They get an idea and they run with it. This is a great trait in many ways as I tend to think that these kind of people are naturally geared towards being easier to motivate. That said, spur of the moment alone rarely works when it comes to fitness as planning your workouts is much more likely to help you succeed and here is why: