Go on be Bold
Now’s the time to give wild swimming a go, even in the winter
We take a look at a study that has found that light activity around the home could have have profound health benefits.
Self-isolation and social distancing can mean it’s easy to stop working out entirely, but your body and mind will hugely benefit from exercise.
What you do next could have a big impact on the benefits of that run
Before you jump headfirst into your new exercise regime, follow our tips to make sure it’s done in a safe and sensible manner.
TheBoldAge Review: For the first time in 10 years, the World Health Organisation has updated its guidelines for physical activity.
Laura Williams’ Kitchen Core Workout is perfect for anyone struggling with fitness motivation this season. TheBoldAge finds out more.
Protein shakes are big business but are they useful and safe
TheBoldAge looks at the wellbeing, mood-boosting benefits of swimming.
Say no to the sofa and yes to a workout. You’ll be glad you did,
Want to avoid running into injuries, knee and back pain? Make sure your footwear really suits your needs, foot shape and gait.
The over 65s have put younger age groups to shame by being more active during the covid-19 than before the lockdowns
Does the early bird catch the gym gains, or are you better off running through your reps after the sun sets? We ask two personal trainers.
Not only that they are the most active age group
As a survey shows many of us want to keep up our lockdown-inspired running habits, Abi Jackson asks Paula Radcliffe for some expert advice.
Is it best to skip exercise if you’re yawning at your desk, or should you force yourself to hit the treadmill regardless of how you feel? A PT explains.
TheBoldAge takes a look at some of the research
TheBoldAge looks at how we can look after ourselves at home
that you might not be aware of!
Even a short jog can come with huge health benefits.
There's a new You Tube sensation, but is it a substitute
Gyms are essential to the health of the nation, and us Boldies, during the pandemic
Don’t worry, this isn’t about magically developing bulging biceps.
Virtual running - give it a go! Participating in a virtual run can help to keep you motivated, or find some motivation if you’ve been slacking off recently.
Studies have shown there are huge benefits
You’re never too young – or old – to care for your bones, Abi Jackson talks to the experts.
China's latest fitness celebrity is a true BOLDIE. 68 year old Chen Jifang. We can hear her shouting 加油 加油 (jia you jia you) as we get into our own BoldWorkouts
As we age exercise becomes even more important
As we seem to be heading into a second Covid wave we take a look at how you can effectively exercise at home
Boldies: Wish you were fitter but can’t stand the thought of joining a gym? Here are few simple ideas to get you started.
TheBoldAge explores this social running phenomenon
Think getting older should mean putting your feet up? think again
TheBoldAge debunks any notion of taking it easy in this and related articles
It is never too late to try new things, be Bold
BoldFitness top tips to get you started on your wellbeing journey
We explore the benefits to playing the game and are you too old to start
Fancy improving your overall health and well-being, cycling is a great way and its sustainable to
Bringing the community and generations together, helping the environment and getting fit 'to boot'. what could be more virtuous?
TheBoldPulse Survey - the need for a 24 hour 7 day a week national dementia helpline
Rowing machines have certainly come a long way since 1909.
TheBoldAge looks at new research shows the brain-boosting potential of cardio.
Chugging a glass of the white stuff post-gym sesh could boost your fitness gains.
Beate Stindt gives the answers to all your hip related questions.
If you think you are over the hill to take on a mega challenge, think again. TheBoldAge looks a the exploits of Sara Brewer, a true Boldie
Go on be Bold
You can perform these exercises as a circuit – 10 reps of each exercise with no rest between exercises. After the last exercise, rest for 45 seconds and then repeat. Aim for 5 - 8 rounds. Or for a slightly less intense workout perform 3 sets of 10 reps for each exercise with 30 seconds rest between each set.
Whatever you are doing this weekend make sure to find a few minutes to do the latest TheBoldWorkout from Steve, you won't regret it.
Join Steve in the latest TheBoldWorkout session and get fitter with TheBoldAge
We still do not know when we can return to the gym so personal trainer Adam Wright gives TheBoldAge the lowdown.
Join Steve in part 2 of TheBoldWorkout - Dumbbells
The Dutch were banned from wearing orange clothes in 1784 and mixed bathing was permitted in Hyde Park in London in 1930. Today we look at Rudolf Nureyev who defected from the USSR in 1961
Join Steve in TheBoldWorkout - Dumbbells.
Craving a return to the gym, then read on
Join Steve Foreman for his second BoldAge workout
Research shows the brain-boosting potential of cardio.
TheBoldWorkout with Steve Foreman
From feeling happier to protecting your heart, TheBoldAge spins through the benefits of biking.
The Duchess of Cornwall reveals, that she and a group of friends have taken ballet up.
TheBoldAge’s Steve Foreman looks at how we can take positive action to help ourselves
As an iconic Boldie, the Green Goddess talks to TheBoldAge about feeling fit and youthful, and why keeping joyful and inquisitive are key.
Trying to get on track with your training plan? Then it’s a good idea to think about what’s on your plate too.
Take some boldie friends with you and go for a gentle, or not, spin
The first in our Boldie series on dance - we take a look back at the launch of the Silver Swans. launched in 2017 by the Royal Academy of Dance.
Think getting older should mean putting your feet up? think again, here is what you need to know