• 4 Tips to Help You Go Back to Sleep

    There you are – in the dark – with eyes wide open, struggling to fall back asleep. Anyone who’s experienced significant bouts of sleeplessness knows the havoc this can wreak on our energy, mood, and cognition. To help, we’ve pulled together the best tips on how to fall back asleep. 1. Don’t look at the …

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  • This is the Best Time to Nap, According to Science

    We should all get 7-9 hours of sleep a night, say experts. But that’s sometimes difficult. Life gets in the way. We get hooked on a new show and don’t realize our bedtime passed three episodes ago. Work keeps us up late. Anxiety wakes us up and makes it hard to fall back asleep. Daytime …

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  • Stay Fit and Happy during Winter

    4 Things To Do To Stay Fit (and Motivated) In Winter

    It’s getting cold and it’s getting dark. We’ve had it pretty easy so far with a mild autumn. But the clocks are now set: we must brace for winter. It is so much more of a challenge to get out of bed in the morning when your room feels like an icebox and your duvet …

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  • 7 Simple Ways To Improve Your Sleep Quality Tonight

    Ah sleep, what a flighty mistress you are….There is nothing better than that moment you fall into bed, your head hits the pillow and you are whisked away into a perfectly serene slumber. Truly and utterly divine. But hold on a moment. How often does that happen? Dysfunctional sleep patterns are possibly the most common …

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  • Joe Welstead Commonwealth Games

    What swimming taught me about mental resilience

    As a child, there was nothing I wanted more than being in water. Not winning swimming competitions. Not collecting a nice cheque. To me, it was simply about how fast I could cut through water. I still recall the juvenile certitude that I felt when I arrived at the University of Stirling in 2009, eager …

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  • Best foods for sustained energy

    8 high-protein foods that give you all-day energy

    Pop quiz! It’s 4.30pm — your workday is winding down, and you’re counting the minutes to your evening workout. To bolster your flagging energy for bench presses and squat jumps to come, do you: a) eat a meal that has plenty of carbs or b) grab yourself a protein shake? Seems like an easy enough …

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  • Moving & Making with Richie Norton

    Richie is an ex-professional rugby player, turned coach on a mission. Richie encourages people to treat their bodies like a temple. And not just any kind of temple, but a Strength Temple. He also has a passion for motorbikes and teaches yoga and breath work. Bang! How did rugby influence you? Rugby was part of …

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  • Moving & Making with Henni Zuel

    Henni is a power woman, a golf player, a media tycoon and a pretty damn inspiring human being. She’s currently a producer and presenter at GOLF TV, being the only interviewer with exclusive access to Tiger Woods. Why golf? Golf is one of those games that you never quite master and it had me hooked from a young age. …

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  • How to Frame Your Mindset for Positive Outcomes

    Having a more fulfilled life is a choice and to a large extent a result of the way you think. Here is some advice that will put your life into motion by helping you to shift your mindset. For better outcomes and a wider good! KNOW YOUR WHY AND YOUR VALUES Knowing your why and …

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  • Moving & Making with Jack Atkinson

    Jack is a photographer who shares his life between spending time outdoors, travelling to far off places and bringing people around shared activity (while also being outdoors). He’s all about connecting people through sports and movement. What is it that you like about being outdoors so much? Being outdoors just makes me feel better in …

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  • laughing affects how your brain works

    6 Ways Laughing Makes Your Brain Work Better

    A good belly laugh can reduce pain, soften depression, increase oxygen supply to the brain, and even positively influence our food choices. Let’s take a look.

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  • This is the Best Time to Drink Your Protein Shake

    You probably heard that it’s best to have your protein shake right after exercising. The truth is, you can take your protein booster any time of the day. Your body is smart enough and will be able to stock up on protein in order to then use it when necessary. There are, however, different benefits …

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