8 posts you must read if you're on a health kick!


Group of people being lead in a group workout
Group of people being lead in a group workout

Do you spend hours scouring the internet for easy ways to improve your health?


Well, you needn’t start now, we’ve got you covered when it comes to some of the best resources available online! We all need a helping hand every now and then, especially when it comes to health. Here are 10 resources to follow to keep your health in check...


Expertrain


The core beliefs of Expertrain are to - inform, motivate and inspire, and take our word for it, that is precisely what they do. Their site is full to the brim with health and fitness information posted online regularly to help you. We were recently reading their blog '12 WAYS TO WORK OUT WITH A FRIEND' which had some really fun, unique ideas, we are definitely going to be giving this a try (socially distanced, of course)


Check out that exact blog here more



Carly Rowena


Now if you haven’t heard of Carly Rowena, where have you been? Carly Rowena is a personal trainer from Norwich. She currently has over 390,000 subscribers on YouTube where she posts fitness and lifestyle videos, with lots of brilliant customer reviews to show for it. We highly recommend taking a look at Carly's website for some real fitness inspiration and excellent resources.


We especially love the workout cards, check them out here.



Be Healthy Now


Another really useful resource, if you are looking to improve your health, is the ‘Be Healthy Now’ blog. This blog focuses on a healthy lifestyle and natural living, with a goal to educate, inform, motivate and inspire people to help them be healthier. Staying fit, healthy, and happy can be challenging, but don’t worry ‘Be Healthy Now’ have you covered.


Check out their blog posts, which are full of useful tips and information.



Mindbodygreen


At mindbodygreen, they take a 360-degree approach to wellness that incorporates mental, physical, spiritual, emotional and environmental well-being. They share an incredible variety of posts including food, exercises and mindfulness to support their readers. Not only can you get their fabulous resources online, but they also offer a fun and informative podcast, for those who like to listen to their content too.


You can get started by choosing a favourite episode from the Mindbodygreen team here.


Ace


At Ace, they believe movement is at the core of what it means to feel healthy, to feel alive, and to engage in the human experience. Whether you're a beginning exerciser who needs help getting started or someone who wants to add some spice to your fitness routine, check out their extremely useful ‘Exercise Database & Library.


Browse through total-body exercises that target more specific areas of the body here.



Wellbeing People


Although the clue is in the name, Wellbeing People engage, educate and empower individuals to achieve optimal wellbeing and live their best lives. No matter where you are in your own journey, Wellbeing people have an abundance of resources, tips and advice to help you practice and improve your personal wellbeing. If you like many are trying to strengthen your immune system, Wellbeing People have written a very useful post -


'6 ways to strengthen your immune system' check it out here.



Men’s Health


One of the most trusted guidance for men who are passionate about their health, fitness and mental wellbeing. With muscle-building advice, style hacks, nutrition tips and workouts to try, they’ve got all areas covered. Looking forward to getting back in the gym? Do you need to wear a mask while exercising? If you have questions like this Men's Health have you covered...


Here are the COVID-19 Measures You Need to Know before heading back to the gym by Men's Health.



DIY Active


The mission of the site's creators is “home fitness for everyone.” It is true that almost all of us are crazy busy every day of the week. This blog provides tips on how to incorporate workouts in your life even if you don't have time to go to the gym. In today’s age where people do more sedentary work than ever - we found their guide for staying fit whilst working from home useful.


You can check that out right here, and for more useful resources check out their website.



As always we love to hear from you. What are your favourite healthy posts you have found this year? Do you read the ones we have listed? Why or why not? Join the conversation over on our social channels.