Travel free Fitness: Trim down, tone up, and stay home!
With a rising number of UK citizens at home in isolation, staying physically and mentally healthy is a big priority. The choice to opt for a pricey gym membership, may still be an option for some but the majority of us are looking to pull back on the cash while not packing on the pounds.
In 2020, obesity continues to be an ever-increasing burden on the NHS, but almost half of UK adults are unable to join a gym because of the cost and at an average of more than £40 a month, it’s no surprise. So, Moneyboat has teamed up with a group of personal trainers and gym managers to create Fitness Financials – a guide on how to work out for free. It also includes advice on how to cook and rest to get the most from your workouts, as well as showing how adults’ exercise habits currently compare to the recommendations from Public Health England.
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