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They’re both great workouts, but they’re not the same thing. (Picture: Getty images – MTV)
When planning a holiday, most of us either want some time to switch off so we can relax, or an opportunity to explore and fit in the things we can’t find time for in our usual routines. I fit somewhere in the middle. I don’t want to spend the whole break doing nothing, but I also don’t want to end up feeling like I need a holiday to get over the one I’ve just had!
Healthy meal prep can be tricky when you’ve got kids. The idea that you might all one day happily sit down for the same healthy meal – containing at least some vegetables – can seem like a distant dream. That’s where getting your child involved and making food prep fun can have amazing results. (Picture: The Body Coach)
The days are getting longer, weather is getting warmer and that’s often when loads of us start thinking about making the change to a healthier lifestyle. In this post, Natalie Roberts tells us how to Spring Lean your house and get set up for success. (Picture: The Body Coach)
Forget the stereotypes, pole fitness is a killer strength workout that will leave you feeling FIERCE.
Because, let’s be fair, it can be awkward AF. (Picture: MTV)
In an ideal world, kids would develop their own healthy habits from a young age. They’d happily eat every nutritious meal we make, and lead active lives without having to be bribed with the Xbox or a WiFi password. But it can be a battle to get children to feel excited about the healthy stuff and it’s a challenge many parents face. (Picture: The Body Coach)
None of them include counting calories or spending all your spare time in the gym. (Picture: MTV)
Rise in those taking their lives blamed on cuts, redundancies, more unpaid overtime and high levels of stress (Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty – The Guardian)