The UK is still under strict coronavirus lockdown, which means there are only a limited number of reasons why we should be leaving our homes.
But one of the things that has been stressed is the importance of keeping active.
The government has said that you can leave your home once a day for exercise.
The NHS specified that you can leave your home for “one form of exercise a day, for example a run, walk, or cycle – alone or with members of your household”.
Getting moving is good for your menta..
A gorgeous Instagram fitness model has shared her secret to getting in shape for summer.
Brittany Ngo often flaunts snaps of her toned bod on her Instagram page brittanyng0.
The 23-year-old doesn’t restrict her diet too much to achieve such an enviable figure though.
Freelance graphic designer Brittany still eats crisps and enjoys her food – though everything in moderation.
The influencer, who lives in Southern Indiana, managed to kick herself into shape over the last year and lost more tha..
As coronavirus is such a new disease, scientists are finding out more and more about it every single day.
Recent research has now discovered certain skin conditions that are associated with coronavirus.
According to the study, five skin conditions have been identified by dermatologists to be associated with Covid-19.
The research was carried out on 375 patients in Spain by the Spanish Academy of Dermatology.
The dermatologists were asked to help identify patients who had an unexplained skin ..
A woman claims doctors refused to help her because she is "too pretty".
Jade Rowlands says she’s been trying to access mental health support since she was 18-years-old.
She was diagnosed with PTSD, which sparked depression, anxiety and panic symptoms.
But despite this, the 31-year-old hasn’t received the assistance she hoped for.
The mum-of-one, from Caerphilly, claims she’s only been offered 10 counselling sessions.
And as she looks so “well presented”, she believes doctors aren’t taking he..
Training shoulders has several benefits, not only does it improve your posture but it strengthens the muscles around.
Whether you're pushing, pulling or lifting things, your shoulders will always come into play and help.
So if today's shoulder day then here's a workout you could give a go which requires no weights at all.
However, the one fitness tool you might need for this workout is a prone ball.
The simple five technique circuit, which was shared by Runtastic, targets the u..
Yesterday, Donald Trump set Covid-19 experts reeling after suggesting that injecting disinfectant into the body could possibly cure coronavirus.
In his speech, an address to his nation, the leader implied isopropyl alcohol is more effective than bleach at killing coronavirus.
He said: “And then I see the disinfectant where it knocks it out in a minute.
“One minute! And is there a way we can do something, by an injection inside or almost a cleaning?”
This latest outburst has lead to disinfe..
As part of the UK coronavirus lockdown, the British people have been told to stay home.
Brits are told to only leave their homes for a strict number of reasons, including to exercise once a day.
Because it’s coming up to summer, and we are spending more time indoors than usual, many could be lacking vitamin D.
As part of its coronavirus guidance, the NHS has recommended people to “consider taking 10 micrograms of vitamin D each day if you’re indoors most of the day”.
Vitamin D is an extrem..
Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the NHS has been there to offer advice to the British public.
On the NHS website you can find out the main symptoms of coronavirus, and what to do if you experience them.
But there is also advice on how you should be looking after your health and wellbeing while we’re urged to stay at home.
Some of the advice involves trying to keep yourself busy, and doing light exercise at home, or outside once a day.
Another key piece of advice is to “consider taking 1..
Brits are working hard to stay in shape during lockdown.
A study of 2,000 adults found that a third of people are participating in online fitness sessions an average of three times-a-week.
This is likely to be because we’re only allowed outside for essential purposes.
Yoga, High-Intensity Training and dance classes have become the most popular ways to work up a sweat ‘virtually’.
Aerobics, pilates and interval training are also popular with fitness fans.
And during the pandemic, the average ..
A 63-year-old gran flaunted her ripped physique while performing squats in stiletto heels to stay fit during the coronavirus lockdown.
Lesley Maxwell, from Melbourne, boasts over 26,900 followers on Instagram where she posts pictures and videos of her toned body.
Despite the lockdown, the grandmother-of-three is keeping herself active by performing her workouts at home.
In one of her latest sessions, Lesley was dressed in a black crop top and stripe bikini bottoms while performing bodyweigh..
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