Working out can be an expensive past time. Gyms and studios can charge up to and in excess of £100 a month! What’s the point in having a healthy body if you have no money left to do the things that make you happy? Do not despair, my friends. Aldo Baker and Health Perch have the answer with this infographic on how to create a budget home gym.
Now there really is no excuse for not getting fit and healthy – you owe it to yourself! If you want to get more details about an at-home workout, read the full article here.
What class did you try this week? Or did you go for an at-home workout? Let me know in the comments or on social using #WorkoutWednesday
Once upon a time, pole dancing was only acceptable in gentlemen’s clubs and the very worst (or best?) student clubs (I’m looking at you Zoo Bar) but now the skill and sheer difficulty of pole dancing has led it straight into the fitness scene. I went to try my hand at an X-POLE workshop along with fellow blogger Becs (The Style Dynamo) and my friend Tiff. Here’s the verdict.
This weekend I competed with my cheerleading squad London Cheer Elite, so I thought I would use this Workout Wednesday to introduce you to the world of UK Cheerleading!
Happy Workout Wednesday! This week, I wanted to share with you a post from My Little App on the best exercises to do with your BFF. This is a great way to have fun while you work out and save some money as you can do these at home/in the park – win, win! Though it’s probably not something to suggest to that friend who ‘doesn’t do hugs’…
What better way to spend a Sunday than being tortured at Barry’s Bootcamp? The fitness craze all the way from the U.S. of A is hooking Londoners and supposedly transforming lives so I thought I’d better go and see what all the fuss is about. Here’s the verdict.