Studies conducted into Alzheimer’s disease has shown that regular cardiovascular exercise can be a great tool to help protect the brain and possibly delay the onset of Alzheimer’s symptoms. Activities such as running can offer an effective method of slowing down the progression of the disease.
We all know that training on a treadmill can sometimes become quite monotonous, especially during the winter when we have less chance to break the routine with a run outdoors. No one likes running on icy roads or pavements made slippery with rain or wet leaves.
Whether you are trying to get fit, lose a few pounds in weight, or just tone up to feel better in your own skin, going to a gym can be the quickest and most effective way to achieve your goals.
Electric bikes could be the key to getting more people to bike commute.
Did you know that May is National Golf Month? Now that you do, it’s time to encourage all of the ladies in your life to play a little more of it.
The top professional golfers, past and present, are used to having things named after them, from golfing equipment, such as clubs and balls, to public places of interest, like road and buildings. Some have even had beverages named after them. In honour of the great golfing tradition that is the 19th hole, here are some golfer-inspired products you may choose to imbibe…
The boom in cycling in the UK shows no sign of slowing down. Thanks to British cyclists winning famous road races such as the Tour de France and triumphs at the Olympics in recent years, thousands of people up and down the country have been taking to the roads on two wheels – maybe even investing in some Lycra along the way!