Joe Young

Why is exercise important?

Exercise is the key to the stubborn lock of good health. It has a wealth of benefits. So get pumping. Get moving. Anything to get your heart racing, your breath heavy, and your armpits sweaty. Along with a good diet, it’s guaranteed to improve your life. Boost your mood. Stop sitting, get up, and move. It’s easy to get stuck on the sofa or desk. Movement is an easy fix. You will thank yourself later. Exercise releases endorphins in your brain. When you move, you feel better. To avoid brittle b

Get active in your day

Time to get a move on. Sitting all day causes issues. We know that the last thing you want to do on a busy day is exercise. But it’s key to staying healthy. Walking, running, cycling, and dancing are all easy methods to keep moving during the day. Movement = improvement. Why is it important to stay active? A sedentary lifestyle is harmful. It increases your risk of heart disease. diabetes, depression, and obesity. But your health is in your hands. By moving just 30 minutes daily, you can reduc

Seize back control in the gym: progressive overload training

When you’re not making progress in the gym, the challenge isn’t just physical. It takes mental strength. Perseverance. Stamina. Courage. It isn’t just hard, it’s exhausting. On some days, you’ll feel like you can’t do it. But you can. With the right tools, this can be the last time that you lose weight. Are you up for the challenge? If you think you've got it in you, there are ways to combat poor progress in the gym. Progressive overload training is a scientifically proven, sustainable route t

Guide to HIIT home training

Finding time for exercise is a challenge. But it makes you fitter. It makes you happier. It makes you stronger. It even benefits your sex life. It’s a no-brainer. But we know you’re busy. The best part? With high-intensity interval training, you can push yourself - and your fitness - to the max in as little as 20 minutes. No excuses. It’s simple - you push yourself. Again and again. Go from a scale of 1 to a 10, back to a 1, back to a 10. And so on. The method is proven to achieve health and p

Calorie counting for weight loss

Calorie counting is a chore. We get it. It’s a nuisance on your busy day; a reminder that you can’t eat that second biscuit, an entire share bag of crisps, or six sausage rolls all at once. So why bother? Sticking to a calorie deficit is the golden rule to weight loss - and it doesn’t have to be a pain in the proverbial. Apps such as MyFitnessPal make it easy to asses calorie intake, meals, and exercise. Combined with Numan’s expert coaching, game-changing medication, and bespoke action plan,