The past 12 months of the coronavirus and intermittent lockdowns have been a challenging time for both parents and children, especially with normal routines and patterns of work, learning and play disrupted. This ‘new normal’ has been hard to adjust to for many families. The latest lockdown, coming off the back of a typically over-indulgent Christmas period, is likely to have created the […]
To support you on your body transformation journey, we have a few simple food swaps that can help you stop eating high-calorie foods and swap them for healthy, balanced alternatives.
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U.P. trainer Aroosha sharing a few tips on you can spice up your protein shake.
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Should you eat a low fat diet or should you make saturated fat a part of your daily diet? Nick Mitchell has the answer.
In this video UP Founder Nick Mitchell discusses how you should choose the right diet that suits your fitness goals.
Personal Training expert Nick Mitchell discusses the most common dieting mistake that needs to stop!
After receiving a tweet about ‘bro foods’ Nick Mitchell rants about common sense fundamental nutrition and dieting..