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
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.