Fitness classes have been around for decades, but there are many misconceptions surrounding them. Whether they’re seen as too hard or easy, cardio-centred, or even designed for women only. Yet these myths couldn’t be further from the truth.
Every year, millions of people in the UK visit their local gym to make a change or after setting fitness goals. Yet, many people at the start of their fitness journey can sometimes find the number of machines and exercises slightly overwhelming.
According to Alcohol Change, an estimated 7.9 million people in the UK planned to take part in Dry January this year in a bid to prioritise their health, kick off the new year and make lifestyle changes. Now that we are in February, what’s next?
Exercise is something everyone should be able to take part in without fear of physical barriers or discomfort. That’s why it is important to remove any limitations for people living with disabilities and make them feel they can always get involved.
Running is a great way to keep active and take small steps towards a healthy lifestyle. Running benefits include helping to improve your cardiovascular fitness, strengthen your muscles and help relieve stress.