The secret to reaching your target with Scottish Slimmers is getting started. You don't have to be slim to start but you have to start to be slim! Check out these smart and simple beginners' tips on taking up exercise!
You've taken the plunge, you've made a pledge to yourself to get fitter, healthier and ultimately happier. You've got your trainers on, you've found your fitness flow and you're rearing for some steady losses.
But what happens when your best efforts are scuppered when you're not toning, trimming and slimming? Don't fret, it'll likely be down to one of the following fitness blunders we're all guilty of making:
If you're new to exercise then it's important to set yourself some realistic targets. Just like with your Scottish Slimmers weight loss target, it's useful to set yourself some fitness targets and challenges to keep you on track.
You've taken the plunge, you've made a pledge to yourself to get fitter, healthier and ultimately happier in 2018. But what happens when your best efforts are scuppered when you're not toning, trimming and slimming?
Only 30 minutes a day of exercises like cycling or brisk walking is recommended to keep us all healthy but check out what else we gain as extra, incredible benefits. It’s just the motivation we need to get us moving after a lazy summer!
Getting at least 30 minutes of exercise per day will do wonders for your health - not only will it make you fitter, you'll also have more energy to keep up with the kids. Here are 3 top tips to help you get back on track!
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