Wellbeing Blog

Read our blog to stay informed on our latest news and be inspired when it comes to living a happy, healthy and positive lifestyle.

Discover all things wellbeing, including recipes for eating well, advice on getting the most from physical activity, and top tips on activities to do with friends and family.

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A challenge seeker with a personal trainer working out in the gym

Golf demands physical conditioning. Although a golf swing involves nearly every muscle in the body, the core and lower body play pivotal roles in a golfer's conditioning. With the appropriate strength training for these areas, the rest of the golf swing will fall into place.

We are delighted to announce that our award-winning, pioneering creative music programme ArtsTrain has added to their award collection with the Community Impact – Arts, Culture and Libraries Award from the Community Leisure UK Awards 2020.

Lady in seated yoga pose

You may have heard of the term “mindfulness”, but what does “being mindful” actually mean?

Coronavirus

At Mytime Active, wellbeing is at the heart of everything we do. Given the recent outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19) our focus is on the safety and health of our customers and teams.

Members exercising together

It’s not new, news but being active really is good for you. The challenge is that many often associate being active with achieving goals and challenges, whether they are lifestyle goals like weight loss or competitive goals like being faster, stronger or fitter.

Adult lady diving underwater in a swimming pool

Everyone can benefit from swimming, no matter what your age or ability. As well as being a good form of cardio exercise, there are various health benefits associated with swimming.

Man and woman laughing on a treadmill at the gym

What’s the Best Time of Day to Work Out?

When it comes to the best time of day to work out, there’s a lot of conflicting opinions out there.

Players following a buggy on a golf course

In golf, there is an interesting difference between match play and stroke play. In stroke play, every shot counts, but in match play, there is much more of a level playing field. Unlike stroke play, you don’t have to wait a few holes before you start attacking pins.

Man practicing putting on a putting green at a golf course

Most golfers will practise their putting skills, working on pace control and checking their strike and start line. When you first started to play, you may remember certain practise drills, such as the Path Drill to help you develop a consistent path.