The common problem of exercised-induced poo. Why does it happen and what can you do about it? You are most certainly NOT alone if you are a sufferer. Listen in to Episode 7 of my Active Health Podcast with WiSP Sports for advice and tips to try.
I’ve lost count of how many times people have asked me if it’s ok to exercise with a cold. Listen in to Episode 6 of my Active Health Podcast with WiSP Sports for all the answers. To exercise or not to exercise? That is the question …
Episode 5 of my Active Health Podcast is all about stitches. What actually are they? How to avoid them and what to do if you get one whilst your exercising. What a pain they are! Listen in by hitting play above or hop to WiSP Sports website or your favourite podcast app.
So when can you go swimming after you’ve given birth? Not something you ever think to ask until you’re in the position when you want to go and suddenly wonder if you should! This podcast gives advice and tips about returning to swimming and exercise in general. Listen in to Episode 4 of Active Health right here, on WiSP Sports or on your favourite podcast app.
Is it ok to exercise with a hangover? Could it be dangerous? Is it a cure? How much is it safe to drink? All questions covered in Episode 3 of my Active Health Podcast series with WiSP Sports. Listen in here, on WiSP Sports or your favourite podcast app.
Listen in to Episode 2 of my Active Health Podcast with WiSP Sports. I’m talking all about blisters. What they are, how to treat them and most importantly, how to avoid them. Press play to listen or head to the WiSP Sports website or your favourite podcast app.
I began a new adventure this year with a podcast series for WiSP Sports, a wonderful platform which shares the stories of women in sport, celebrates achievements and provides knowledge and information. They currently have 14 hosts and a global audience of more than 3.2 million! I’ll be sharing the complete Active Health podcast series over the coming weeks. Kicking off with Episode 1 – Hayfever. Just click play to listen in.
I was quite surprised when an invitation to attend breast screening arrived on my door step. I wasn’t expecting one until I was fifty and that’s three years away. Anyway, it turns out that I was being asked to be part of a trial, to see if lowering the age for screening was a worthwhile thing to do and whether the benefits outweighed the risks.
Top marks to the BBC Breakfast team for #BBCMenopause. They have without doubt, raised the profile of and broken down taboos surrounding the menopause. The coverage has been interesting, informative and very much needed.
Stitches can quite literally stop you in your tracks. It’s hard to ignore a dull yet stabbing pain which takes your breath away, hurts more as your feet hit the ground and sometimes feels as severe as you’d expect a pain requiring surgical intervention to feel! What actually is a stitch? Why do some people get them more than others? How can you prevent a stitch and most importantly, what can you do to get rid of a stitch?