Aine Ryan talks to Newport native, Sandra Jordan, whose compelling film ‘Little Matador’ about child bullfighters, premiered last weekend.
In the fifth article in his series on speed training, personal trainer Paul O’Brien focuses on multidirectional speed.
Yoga teacher Lee Kennedy describes two versions of Pyramid Pose, (Parsvottanasana), an intense side stretch.
Despite what complicated diet plans might tell you, calorie counting is not complicated. It’s one simple rule.
Cat neutering prevents unwanted kittens and smells, deters visiting feral cats and helps stop the spread of disease.
Do you eat when your bored, stressed or want comfort? These behavioural eating habits can hinder weight loss.
In the fourth article in his series on speed training, personal trainer Paul O’Brien focusses on acceleration.
Yoga teacher Lee Kennedy describes Warrior 3, (virabhadrasana III), a strong pose that improves posture.
The third article in his series on pre-season speed training for team sports, Paul O’Brien looks at some drills.
Half moon pose, or Ardha Chandrasana, improves balance and strengthens the abdomen, hips, buttocks, hips and legs.
Optician Aine Higgins explains why customised glasses can help ease ocular discomfort for computer users.