This story on the BBC (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-36988065) says that Britons underestimate how many calories they eat/drink.
It also says that if we want to lose weight, we should concentrate more on eating less, instead of exercising more.
So there was no Broughton Hall bootcamp last weekend because a few of us took part in Nettle Warrior 2016.
This was my 3rd time doing Nettle Warrior and I've always enjoyed it loads. But since my first go I've learned that their pre-event "information" packs are hilariously rubbish, so you never really know what is going on until you actually turn up and do it!
Over the years I've written a lot of articles for this website (click here to go through them, all the way back to the summer of 2009!!!) And I want to add more articles to the list. I always found that writing articles helped me learn new subjects and also to clarify my thinking on old subjects. This meant I could:
When it's a nice sunny day and you want to burn off some excess energy...
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By request, as of this Sunday, our Broughton Hall Bootcamp will change starting times to 9am. This gives us all a reason to get up in the morning, and also means we have the rest of the day to play.
So, to test this theory out, here is a plan for this Sunday:
I'm spreading out on the internet! I don't actually know what I'm going to do with all these things, so if you have any ideas...let me know!
One of the best ways to make sure something gets done is to be prepared! So if you want to improve your diet, or improve your exercise or whatever, you are more likely to succeed if you plan ahead.
So I've heard that some people have felt nervous about joining us on the group sessions. If this is you, then listen up!
Each month we go find somewhere nice and pretty to jog around. Then we go get a nice breakfast, because we deserve it.
I like to teach people the 10 Rules To Healthy Eating.
The second rule to healthy eating is "Include lots of different coloured fruit and veg with every meal".