The yoga trends you NEED to know about

Today is International Yoga Day. Whether you know your downward dog from your warrior pose or not, the ancient physical, mental and spiritual practice is one that’s well worth embracing. Originating in India about 2,000 years ago, yoga is good for building strength, flexibility and for clearing your mind, decreasing stress and helping you unwind […]

Dog Squat Challenge

A trend we can definitely appreciate, even if we are just watching the videos. Squats are never fun, never, but we bet this new challenge will make squatting so much more enjoyable – you are being challenged to get your dogs in on the action. 💪🐶 Mother and baby fitness is cute and all, but […]

5 ways to get fit without going to the gym

It’s the start of 2016 and who doesn’t want to start with a New Year’s resolution? For many, getting fit and becoming more active will be high on the agenda of life goals this year, but if you’re a bit gym-phobic, how do you do this? Here are five fun and unusual ways to get fit and healthy […]

Yoga! Do you know your baby cobra from your pigeon?

  Yoga is an ancient Hindu discipline which involves adapting specific poses with the body and incorporating breathing control followed by simple meditation. It is widely practiced for health and relaxation and has been proven to significantly boost physical and mental wellbeing. A lot of people have a warped view of yoga as a route […]

Get fit on the cheap

If you look out your window right now (provided you’re reading this at round about 11am on 22 April 2015), you’ll notice a most unusual thing – the sky is blue, the sun is out and there’s not a cloud to be seen. Guys, it’s happened – winter is over! And with the new season […]

Making the most of Glasgow’s Commonwealth venues

The medals have been handed out, the athletes have gone home, but what’s left behind are world class sporting facilities that will provide the enduring legacy of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. For students, that means the chance to play and train in the very places where gold medals were won and dreams came true. […]