FUEL is s new energy cereal has been created to meet the needs of sports and fitness enthusiasts. It is an energy-packed breakfast granola loaded with large clusters of toasted oats and available in two flavours - Real Fruit and Chocolate Chunks.
Available from Tesco and on promotion from July 25 - August 14 with £1 off the normal RRP of £3.29. Both cereals tasted delicious, and our only complaint was that we wished the box was bigger!
Bio-Synergy are offering readers of Wellbeing magazine a massive 20% discount of our award winning sports supplements & slimming products including the award winning Body Perfect and Skinny Water, via bio-synergy.co.uk
The Wii Fit could be a potential tool to increase physical activity in older adults, researchers have shown.
Work being presented at the 2010 British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES) Annual Student Conference at Aberystwyth University this week reveals that when 20 pensioners completed a standard active gaming session, 45% of the time was spent in moderate to vigorous intensity activity. It is this type of activity that can prevent the natural decline in physical function often observed with aging.
The Forestry Commission at Bedgebury Forest in Kent has recently appointed Ollie Ireland as its first ever Cycle Development Coach. Ollie is developing off-road cycling activities and providing coaching & leading to schools, youth and disabled groups.
If you're looking for the ultimate physical challenge, then what better way to put your stamina to the test than by conquering the world's highest mountain!
Breast Cancer Campaign is calling on all gutsy fundraisers with a sense of adventure to pull on their hiking boots and sign up to its Everest Base Camp trek to help the charity continue funding vital breast cancer research.
Two years ago, I entered, ran and completed the Marathon Des Sables. I was very proud of my achievement and knew I would do it again some day.
Two weeks before the 2008 23rd edition, I got photographic accreditation to cover the event and so here I am back in the desert but with a comfy seat and no road book to sweat over. However there is a certain amount of envy running through my veins right now.