Why you shouldn’t set big New Year’s resolutions
Take a friend or make a new one!
Try a new class with a friend, and you’re more likely to commit to going each week. If you turn up regularly, there’s a good chance you’ll get chatting to someone lovely and strike up a whole new friendship. We run over 115 classes every week, so we’re sure there’s something perfect for you.
Sign up to an event
Raising money for a cause you believe in by signing up for a charity run is a great way to make a positive change. Why not try a personalised programme with one of our team? They’ll help you decide on a realistic plan you can stick to.
Swap sugar for Xylitol
The best tip for those who just can’t live without a sweet fix – Xylitol. It’s safe for diabetics, has a similar taste profile to sugar, has 40% less calories, a low GI of 7 (Glucose is 100) and has well established dental health benefits. We’ve put together some more easy ways to cut sugar >>