Tag Archives: lockdown

Lockdown 2.0 – Healthista’s 30 day home workout challenge with celebrity trainer Svava Sigbertsdottir

Lockdown 2.0 home workout routine sorted. For fat burning, calorie torching, full body workouts – look no further than Healthista’s 30-day home-workout challenge with celebrity PT Svava Sigbertsdottir Another Lockdown is here. So why not give our Home Workout Challenge yet another try? In fact, new research has revealed that 30 percent of people are doing… Read More »

Without an effective test and trace we’re destined for lockdown

Yes, Boris and his sidekick Matt Hancock have made glaring and costly mistakes during the Covid pandemic. Their mantra, “We follow the science”, is hollow and at times dishonest. Follow the science they haven’t. The most glaring example of not following the science came to light earlier this week when the SAGE scientists made public… Read More »

Fitness sensation Krissy Cela reveals 10 tips on getting back into the gym post lockdown

Worried about getting back into the gym post lockdown? Worry no more, Instagram fitness star Krissy Cela reveals 10 back to the gym tips  If you haven’t yet heard of global fitness sensation Krissy Cela, you need to get to know. Not only is her Instagram full of real life transformations and badass workouts, but… Read More »

Health of people with dementia dealt a severe blow by coronavirus lockdown

People with dementia have suffered an alarming deterioration in their health and wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic, a stark new report warns today. EOPLE with dementia have suffered an alarming deterioration in their health and wellbeing during the Covid-19 pandemic, a stark new report warns today. Lockdown and the closure of vital day services and… Read More »

What lockdown has taught us about loneliness

‘In 1951, friendless and isolated at college, Sylvia Plath described her loneliness as a “contagion”, “like a disease of the blood”. Almost 70 years on, a different type of contagion has for months separated us all from each other; as restrictions slowly lift and we tentatively begin to re-engage, we have had to confront our… Read More »