To achieve the results we want we push our bodies to the limit and just accept that aches and pains are just part and parcel of exercising. This doesn’t have to be the case. Athletes swear by post-workout massages to aid recovery after an intense session. It’s time we all take advantage of the post work out massage too.
Here at FIT we love winter sports but in all the excitement of flying down a mountain at 50mph, most of us tend to forget about protecting our skin.
Having a shower or washing your face does more than wake you up in the morning. Cleansing with cold or warm water helps remove dead skin cells that stick together leaving your face looking tired and pale. To stimulate the growth of new skin cells, wash with an exfoliating scrub or face wash once or twice a week. Don’t over use them, especially with very hot water and avoid if your skin starts to get red or irritated.
Fitness and lifestyle coach, Charlie Brisbourne, has given us his January week by week guide for getting fit in 2016.
It’s time to face the facts. Winter is well and truly upon us. Bringing with it freezing temperatures, arctic winds and stuffy central heating that can lead to your skin becoming dry and irritated whilst hair becomes brittle and weak. To help you avoid these issues we’ve put together a handy set of essential tips for maintaining your skin over the winter period.
Fitness and lifestyle coach, Charlie Brisbourne, has been sharing his secrets on shedding that unwanted by taking us back to basics in the gym.