Nordic Walking: how you do it right

Nordic Walking is a wonderful sport for beginners. Although the risk of injury is low, the correct Nordic Walking technique is important to achieve success in training and to avoid overloading. With these tips, it’ll work!

Lower risk of cold symptoms with fruit and fitness

Winter is the peak of cold and flu. If you have not been thinking about what lifestyle changes you can make to improve your immunity, it’s time to start. Chief allies in the battle lines against infection: fitness and fruit. Read here more about recent studies in this field.

How can you make your good intentions stick?

Welcome to the New Year! This is the time of year when many people decide to keep a better eye on their diet, get more exercise and generally live a healthier life. But the good intentions are often quickly abandoned. A few things are important to remember to stop this happening!

Healthier holidays – tips and tricks

It may be the season of giving, but for many it turns into the season of gaining. But this doesn’t mean you need to be a Scrooge. Here are our tips for keeping up healthy habits during the holidays!

Ice skating: Tips for staying fit in winter

Ice skating is a wonderful endurance sport that enhances cardiovascular fitness and at the same time helps to build powerful muscles and develop coordination. The great thing about it is that almost everyone can venture onto the ice and with a little practice and guidance can soon even do a few laps.

Jogging during the winter – is it healthy?

What about this time of the year? Is jogging during the winter good for your health or should you exercise indoors instead? If you like being outside in winter and feel fit and healthy, we have some running and training tips for you.

Autumn fatigue: our 12 tips

The days are getting shorter, colder and, above all, darker. Listlessness or ‘autumn fatigue’ is a phenomenon that many people face every year. We say: throw the autumn blues over board and read our 12 tips for fighting autumn fatigue.