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Posted by Joe Wicks in Wellbeing

Sleep and New Parents

Sleep and insomnia specialist Kathryn Pinkham shares her top sleeping tips for new parents.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Wellbeing

Sleep and Mental Health

Over half of people living in the UK lose sleep at one time or another due to stress and anxiety, and up to 90% of people who suffer with depression also have poor sleep. In this guest blog, sleep and insomnia specialist Kathryn Pinkham shares some tips on improving your sleep.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Wellbeing

Travelling in Costa Rica with a baby

Travelling has always been such a huge part of my life and also my relationship with Rosie. Before Indie was born we made a promise to each other that we would not stop exploring the world, and in April this year we went on our first proper adventure together, to Costa Rica for a month.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Fitness, Wellbeing

Inspiring Stories: From borderline type 2 diabetic to marathon runner

At the beginning of 2018, lorry driver Andy Ruddock was depressed, overweight and borderline Type 2 diabetic. In the space of just 10 months the 50-year-old from Scunthorpe had lost six stone, banished his demons - oh and he happened to run a marathon too. We asked Andy to share his remarkable transformation story.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Recipes, Wellbeing

Wean In 15: What foods to offer baby first

Charlotte Stirling-Reed is a registered Nutritionist who specialises in maternal, infant and toddler nutrition. Charlotte will be working with me to develop my first baby recipe book 'Wean In 15'. This blog is the second in a new series where Charlotte will be offering some tips and advice on infant nutrition for anyone who is starting out on their parenting journey.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Recipes, Wellbeing

When to start offering solid foods to baby

Charlotte Stirling-Reed is a registered Nutritionist who specialises in maternal, infant and toddler nutrition. Charlotte will be working with me to develop my first baby recipe book 'Wean In 15'. This blog is the first in a new series where Charlotte will be offering some tips and advice on infant nutrition for anyone who is starting out on their parenting journey.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Wellbeing

Get Mentally Fit in 2019 with Ten to Zen

When we think of fitness we often automatically think of the body, but keeping our minds fit is equally important. In this guest post, NHS Mental Health Clinical Lead and author of new book Ten to Zen, Owen O'Kane shares some of his top tips for staying mentally fit in 2019.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Wellbeing

The mental health benefits of exercise

The mental health benefits of becoming more physically active are becoming more and more prevalent. In this post, Kieran Alger explores the mental health benefits of exercise.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Wellbeing

How to do a digital detox - and why you should

Technology is a truly wonderful thing. It makes the world smaller, connects people and helps create communities - but are we getting too much of it? And if so, how do we cut back? In this guest blog, Tess Agnew, asks the experts for their tips to help us unplug and unwind.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Fitness, Wellbeing

Body Coach Schools Fitness Week Is Back

Calling all teachers, schools, parents, guardians, headteachers, caretakers and dinner ladies: I'm super excited to announce my third Schools Fitness Week starting Monday September 10 on the Body Coach TV.

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Posted by Joe Wicks in Fitness, Wellbeing

Is willpower a mental muscle you can train?

If you've ever pushed your body through something so challenging you didn't think you could do it (like completing your longest ever run), you'll know a thing or two about applying willpower. And if you've ever grabbed a second helping of cheesecake even though you felt stuffed, you know what it feels like to lack willpower. But is willpower something you can train and develop?

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