Around 5,500 participants came, saw and conquered the World’s Largest Assault Course in May by taking on 20 zones including 200 obstacles over a 20 mile route that weaved its way through the beautiful Burghley House estate in South Lincolnshire.
What do you get if you combine classical ballet training with a high-energy dance aerobics class? You get an incredible and surprising workout that lifts your heart rate and targets your core. That’s exactly what’s on offer at BarreCore’s brand new BarreDance class. The craze is thriving in the swanky Chelsea studio and it’s becoming [...]
Did you know that 42 per cent of breast cancer cases could be avoided by developing healthier lifestyle choices? Research has shown that making small changes like getting regular exercise, eating healthy food and reducing alcohol consumption all play a part in preventing the development of breast cancer.
After weeks of winter clinging on like a needy neurotic stalker, spring finally came to us in the Alps this week. The sun came out, temperatures soared, avalanches came down and the lycra went on. There was no postponing it anymore, it was time to get on the road bike and officially start my training [...]
Arc’teryx Equipment is offering three days of pure alpinism in the heart of the Alps with events and workshops for beginners to professionals. After its successful premier last year, the Arc’teryx Alpine Arc’ademy will once again attract mountaineers and aspiring mountaineers to Chamonix in June.
On Saturday the 23rd of March, I jumped in my truck with every piece of ski and mountaineering kit I own and a whole load of butterflies in my stomach. My destination was the off piste and steep skiing mecca of La Grave where I would join up with a group of women from all [...]
Is boxing really the ultimate workout? And can you do it without risking a broken nose? Sportsister’s Natalie headed to North London for a taster session to see if she could get fighting fit.
In climbing, we often talk about our head game. In a sport that relies equally on mental mastery as physical prowess, a bad head can be totally debilitating.
Following this years Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF) and the Banff Mountain film festival tour, Lissa Cook discusses the lack of women in adventure sports films with three women at the heart of the industry; Jen Randall whose debut film ‘Push It’ focuses on the story of her and a friend climbing the 1000m El [...]
Over 6000 spectators, including 700 school children, watched the 2013 Men’s and Women’s British Championships at Echo Arena in Liverpool. It was the first time men and women had competed together in the senior all-around competition in over 20 years.