NHS Doctor and Nutritionist Dr Hazel Wallace - AKA The Food Medic - joins The Girl Gains to answer your questions on the coronavirus.
They discuss nutrition and taking supplements, to how to deal with stress.
Tally, Zanna and Vic get together - virtually - to discuss how they’re dealing with being in isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, share tips for exercising whilst at home and answer some of your questions.
Dr Sophie Bostock is on a mission - to change the way many of us think about sleep. She joins Zanna, Vicky and Tally, in the last Fit and Fearless of this series, to discuss the science behind a good night’s kip and how sleep can impact both our physical and emotional health.
Journalist, author and powerlifter Poorna Bell joins Tally and Vicky to share her story of how weight training and exercise has helped in dealing with the death of her husband.
If you’ve been affected by anything we’ve been talking about then you can find information and advice at BBC Actionline.
Para-triathlete Joshua Landmann joins Fit and Fearless to share his inspirational story of how sport and exercise helped him to overcome a life changing injury.
5 years ago, Josh was left in a wheelchair after an accident in a swimming pool on holiday. But, he says he wouldn’t change his life.
Josh also talks about what it was like to appear on the Ellen DeGeneres show and how he’s hoping to be selected for this Summer’s Paralympics in Tokyo.
Dr Philippa Kaye, author of The M Word, joins Zanna, Vicky and Tally to talk about the menopause.
Even if you're not going through it now, chances are you might know someone who is, or will be.
Dr Philippa shares her tips to not only survive the menopause, but thrive - from the role of exercise, to what we can do to try to help our future selves.
Looking for a new way to get moving? Fitness professional Bami Kuteyi, the founder of Bam Bam Boogie and creator of her ’Twerk After Work’ classes, joins Vicky, Tally and Zanna to discuss the benefits of dancing as a form of exercise. WARNING - This episode contains twerking!
A former, self confessed, fast fashion addict, Madeleine Olivia, joins the Girl Gains to discuss how making small changes to the way we shop could make us more sustainable.
From ‘shopping your wardrobe’ to living a minimalist lifestyle, Madeleine shares her fashion and beauty tips, which could be good for the planet and your bank balance.
Garcia Ashdown-Franks from the University of Toronto’s Department of Exercise Sciences joins Tally, Zanna and Vicky to discuss the rise of the fitness tracker. Is the tech really worth the money? How accurate are they? What is the deal with 10,000 steps? Garcia also shares her tips on how we could potentially use trackers in the most effective ways in our workouts.
Nutritionist Jenna Hope joins Tally, Zanna and Vic to talk intermittent fasting, one of the big trends in the wellness industry at the moment. They discuss what intermittent fasting is, the potential pros and cons of it and what the science is telling us about it.
To learn more head to the NHS website here: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-weight/how-to-diet/
Tally, Zanna and Vic are back for a new series and a celebration of strength.
The girls are joined by trainer Laura ‘Biceps’ Hoggins, whose motto is ‘nothing looks as good as strong feels’.
Laura shares her tips for making those New Year’s resolutions last a lifetime and discusses what could be the big health and fitness trends in 2020.
Radical dietician Lucy Aphramor joins Tally, Zanna and Vicky to discuss her views on why health can be about much more than just our weight or BMI, and why social factors could also play a part.
Public Health England figures show 63% of adults in England were classified as overweight or obese in 2015, and the Royal College of Physicians has called for obesity to urgently be recognised as a disease.
To find out more - including a BMI calculator - head to the NHS website here: https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-weight/bmi-calculator/
Vicky, Tally and Zanna are joined by personal trainer and wellness expert, Harry Jameson, whose approach to training is as much about the mind as it is the body. Harry shares his tips on exercising when tired or stressed, how to deal with DOMS and why we should all make time to be mindful.
Boston-based Therapist Nina Manolson joins Vicky, Tally and Zanna to discuss her work helping more women to feel good about themselves and their bodies. Nina takes the Girls through some practical exercises and discusses how we could re-think the way we use the word “fat” and “overweight”.