Women's Fitness


The start of a new year often inspires us to rethink our fitness goals, so whether you want to lose weight, improve your fitness or train for a virtual race, now’s the perfect time to evaluate your workouts. Perhaps you enjoy your current regime but no longer see the results you’d like, or you’re in a rut and need to get your mojo back. If you have a specific target in mind, how do you up the intensity of your training without risking injury? Achieving the results you want isn’t always a case of sticking with what you know or jumping in headfirst with something new – taking a pause and finding out the best ways to achieve your goals will often get you there faster. Ready to streamline your fitness plans for maximum results? We asked the experts what you need to be doing to get on track for 2021.

Q’How many sessions a week should I push myself hard,

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