Our physical health is intrinsically linked to our mental health and general well-being. How and what we eat and drink and our levels of exercise can all positively contribute to a much healthier and happier lifestyle. Before you set goals and targets for your physical well-being, explore your motivations for doing it. It is these motivations that will help drive you to achieve whatever targets you set for yourselves. There is something out there for everyone, from the people with a high level of physical fitness, to those embarking on a journey of improving their physical well-being for the first time. We want to remove the fear factor often associated with investing in a new physical fitness plan by making our programmes and advice accessible and practical. Our body, mind and spirit when working in tandem together can contribute to a much happier life.

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Ironmind Tri – Mental Prep Part 3 – ‘IT Day’

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Week6: Staying Motivated

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Dealing with injury


First time Olympic distance triathlon

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