It Takes Two

With twice the health @twicethe­health Emily Kier, 23, and Han­nah Tyldes­ley, 24, are two fit­ness lovers who say their love of ex­er­cise is in their DNA. One a nu­tri­tion­ist, the other a per­sonal trainer, these ladies are proof that team­work makes the dream w

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friends With ben­e­fits ‘We mo­ti­vate each other to push through the tougher bits of an in­tense work­out. We also in­cor­po­rate part­ner moves and make videos of each other. If the red light catches you hit­ting a PB, you can bore your friends with the link!’ Crap day? These ladies also claim that they help pull each other out of bad moods, so no frown­ing, OK? live healthy, have fun 1 Find a form of fit­ness you gen­uinely love. There’s no short­age of va­ri­ety, so no ex­cuses for get­ting stuck in a rut. 2 Don’t make fit­ness an added pres­sure in your stress­ful life. Ex­er­cise should be a re­lease. Have pos­i­tive aims and don’t guilt trip your­self. 3 Be­come your own in­spi­ra­tion. Set and track your own goals and re­ward your­self when you tick off each one. Take charge of your body.

4 Don’t turn into a bore! We still go out and en­joy a cheeky G&T; we just try to re­frain from neck­ing a whole bot­tle! Re­mem­ber, how­ever, a ‘treat’ is a treat, not a sta­ple diet. 5 Make health part of your so­cial life. In­stead of meet­ing a friend for a lunchtime drink, why not go for a walk or cy­cle ride? 6 Ask ques­tions, seek advice and be will­ing to learn. It’s easy to get lost in the fog of new overnight weight-loss reme­dies and rev­o­lu­tion­ary work­out pro­grammes.

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