Exercise doesn’t always have to feel like a chore or like a piece of homework!
Posts Tagged: North Tyneside
‘On your bike’ usually holds a negative connotation, but in actual fact, getting on a bike in a spinning studio could be a great way for you to contribute to your exercise goals!
A picnic is the perfect lunch choice and Healthy4Life has some top tips for making your picnic (or packed lunch!) delicious and nutritious!
Group cycling sessions for families to enjoy together are available this summer as part of the North Tyneside Summer of Cycling! Teams of experts will take families across North Tyneside on tried and tested routes showing you all the best cycling spots. The big question is, who will prove to be the best on two… Read More
Organised group cycling sessions for children and young people this summer with guided rides across North Tyneside! Get helmets and trainers at the ready! Led by expert teams, children and young people can practice and improve their cycling skills, gain more confidence, get some exercise and enjoy the warmer weather with group cycling sessions as… Read More
This summer, free adult cycle sessions are available to book as part of the Summer of Cycling.
From 19 July 2021 and right through the school holidays, free Bikeability sessions are available to book as part of the Summer of Cycling!
A new fun-filled cycling roadshow aiming to get more people on their bikes this summer and beyond is coming to North Tyneside. The Go Smarter, Go Active Roadshow will help children and adults access free cycle training, interactive workshops and demos. At Richardson Dees Park in Wallsend between 16 and 22 August 2021 there will… Read More
Every year in the UK, enough food is thrown away to fill 38 million wheelie bins, while at the exact same time, thousands of families are struggling to afford to eat. So here are five ideas to help you reduce your food waste!
Like humans, dogs have different levels of fitness and motivation (or should we say excitement) at the prospect of exercise. But have you thought about using the time you take to walk your best friend and turn it into a workout?