Do you want to train harder, stay focused at work, sleep better or just feel more energised?
Our experts give you insider tips and insights to help achieve your wellbeing goals.
How exercise improves school grades?
Did you know your children will do better at school – in terms of their behaviour in the classroom, their ability to focus, and even their academic achievements – if they’re physically active on a regular basis?
You know how old you are, right? Wrong. You might know how old you are chronologically – your age according to your birth certificate – but there’s a far more important age when it comes to your wellbeing and that’s your biological age, which is determined by the state of your body.
And the great news is that you can improve your biological age, actually winding back the clock by adopting a healthier lifestyle.
Coming back from injury to run a 20k race, losing 30kg in a year, and making life-enhancing health improvements at the age of 78: our members tell stories of how Aspria has helped them turn their lives around.
Finding the motivation to go the gym can be hard when there are so many other things we’d much rather do! The good news is, there are things you can do to help you keep your motivation levels high. We share our tips.
Counter-intuitive as it may seem, having a sauna on a hot day helps you feel refreshed when you step out – even if you’re walking out into 30-degree heat! But there are some important guidelines for sauna use in the summer. We share our expert advice.
‘Energy’ means different things to different people: for some it’s a mental energy; for others it’s physical. However you define it, though, the sad thing is that life can sometimes sap you of that positive buzz.
There’s good news though: whatever the cause of your loss of energy, Aspria can help, as our members explain.
A trip to the gym can help combat depression – here’s how
Physical activity and exercise has been shown to both prevent and help treat a wide range of mental health issues, including depression, anxiety and stress – and the benefits are so notable that some believe doctors should prescribe exercise instead of medicine.