We're LIVE! We're happy to announce that the FitFlick app is now live for both iOS and Android users. Download the app for free today and start connecting with sports and fitness buddies in your area within seconds. Apple Download Android Download Here's a quick reminder of what the FitFlick app is, how it … Continue reading FitFlick – A New Social Fitness App – Now Live
This is our seventh blog post in a special series where we share what FitFlick is and how you can use the app when we launch. This week we’re talking about FitFlick and Tennis! This is a special blog for myself, as one of the reasons I'm motivated to work on the FitFlick team is to … Continue reading FitFlick & Tennis – Part 7
Do you Exercise? Do you want to exercise more? Do you want to get fitter and meet great people along the way? If any of this sounds interesting to you, this blog post might be worth the 5 minute read. This is our sixth part special on the FitFlick Blog where we share with you, … Continue reading FitFlick & Exercise – Part 6
Contemplating running a marathon? If you're not prepared when it comes to race day you can expect many hours of suffering and struggle. Let me set you off on the right track!
This is our fourth part special where we share with you, what we're setting out to achieve with FitFlick and how you can use the app when we launch. This week we're talking about FitFlick and Yoga! There was a time when yoga practice was associated only with hippie types who drank herbal tea and … Continue reading FitFlick & Yoga – Part 4
This is the second blog post in this series about - What Is FlitFlick? This time we're talking about football. Football is one of the most popular team sports in Ireland in terms of participation, where roughly 5% of teenagers and adults over 15 play football. However, despite this, it can still be quite difficult … Continue reading FitFlick & Football – Part 2
There are many reasons why you might consider hiring a fitness trainer to help you with exercise and advice about nutrition. One might be that you feel you need an expert in the field to help make sure you are doing all your exercises properly. Another might be that you want this person to … Continue reading What to Look For When Selecting a Fitness Trainer…
In 1993, the Harvard Medical School released the results of research that studied the diets of those countries bordering on the Mediterranean. Their findings suggested that fat and carbohydrates were NOT the main culprits in obesity and heart disease, but rather that the RIGHT fats and carbohydrates should be the base for a healthy … Continue reading What Is The Mediterranean Diet?
If you’re looking for a great way to be heart-smart, stay fit, and meet new people, why not try dancing? Keeping our hearts healthy is important. Cardiovascular exercises, which increase heart rate, keep our hearts in shape. Regular exercise has also been shown to lower blood pressure, freeing our heart from some of the efforts … Continue reading Why Dance Lessons are Good for your Heart ❤
According to the American Dietetic Association, the difference between weight loss and weight gain can be as little as 100 calories a day. A lot of people suffer from 'weight creep' - those nagging pounds that creep on over the years - at an average of about 2 pounds per year. That's 20 pounds in ten … Continue reading What’s 100 Calories A Day?