gofest – a three day, family event held at the Surrey sports park. Pitched to me as a sporting Glastonbury. Given that I love festivals and I love keeping active it sounded great. In fact a friend even suggested it sounded like they had devised the event just for me….they did didn’t they? 😉 Tickets were available for the whole weekend or for single days. … Continue reading gofest Review
I go to the gym a lot. It keeps me sane, fairly fit and equally importantly means I can eat more chocolate. I’m very active. I walk whenever possible and generally keep busy throughout the day. I wear a fitness monitoring band and my average step count is 20,000 + a day. I join random fitness challenges and because I’m always on the go, I … Continue reading I’m going to GoFest
I love Tuesday. It’s double gym day. Body Combat in the morning and Body Attack at night. Awesome. Today time is against me. Drowning in a sea of admin and unpublished posts. I also need to be wild. My Thirty Days Wild pack suggests exercising outdoors. Two birds, one stone – lets do it! Even better I can cover my loop and chuck my geocaches … Continue reading Thirty Days Wild. Day 9 – Exercise outdoors
I have just had the best conversation at the gym. We are talking positive, inspirational challenges here by the way, not just shitty days. I am so over those…. 😉 A friend bounds up the stairs and greets me with the exciting news she has found another challenge. A 50 mile walk no less, some of it overnight and some of it coastal. Sounds amazing. … Continue reading Another week, another challenge.
Sport England are introducing what they describe as a ‘ground-breaking new campaign.’ A celebration of women getting active which they are calling This Girl Can. The statistics behind the campaign show that fewer women take part in sport than men, and that 75% of women aged 14-40 in England were wanting to exercise more. The sad truth is that many women are missing out on … Continue reading This Girl Certainly Can