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The brain/body connection is more powerful than you realise, and it’s turbocharged by movement, says Fitness First instructor and...

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In the world of dance music, DJ Tigerlily is one of our most successful musicians. Her success has gone...

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We rarely get excited about anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving gels, but we’re making an exception for Athletes Gel. Its creator,...

Vary your routine for results

Having a varied training schedule is one of the best things you can do to keep your mind and...

Leah Simmons: Mother, Blogger, DJ, Mega Babe and Pilates Queen

In our new series on fitness influencers, we feature the inspiring Leah Simmons, a former music DJ who's now a...

Stay on track in the cold

Tap into cold weather training habits to keep yourself motivated and active all season. Stephanie Ayre tells you how. Working...

FFmag exclusive: train like Beckham

It’s not every day you get to speak to David Beckham about his fitness; but Fitness First magazine managed...

Perfect timing

It’s not what you do, but when you do it. Drawing on scientific research, Antonio Morris explains when to...

Exercise your hormones into balance

Regulating your mood, appetite and sleep, hormones can be kept in balance with diet and exercise, says exercise physiologist...

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When we shot the Training Men workout featuring Fitness First personal trainers Ruby Elbers-Booth, Leanne Tesoriero and Susy Natal...

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