Top tips for starting back to exercise

Are you struggling to get back into your workouts after a break? Here are my top tips for starting back: Don’t be in a rush and build up slowly.  If I have taken time off I can be impatient to get back to the weights and routine I was doing previously.  This can lead to […]

Why stretching should become a daily habit

It is often overlooked, seen as boring or unnecessary but stretching is important for our well being and body.  Here are some reasons: Improve you range of movement around the joint and move better in exercises. Relieve muscle tightness. Improve your exercise performance and results. Combat bad posture and daily slouching. Loosen up and feel […]

Master your Menopause

Are you struggling with perimenopause or menopause?  Symptoms such as hot flushes, weight gain (especially around the mid section), bad sleep leading to low energy levels, joint pain and higher stress levels – to name just a few?!   Then join my new 4 week Menofit plan to give you talks, tips and advice to […]

Get up and Glow summer challenge

https://www.annagibsonfitness.com/wp-content/uploads/2023/06/glow-vid.mov Wanting to feel fresh and energized?  Looking for inspiration on healthy meals and some short exercise sessions all to get you glowing from the inside out?   Join my 5 day FREE Glow challenge to help kick start healthy habits.   Each day you will get an exercise video, a health tip and a […]

Female, around 40, ready to feel great?

Are you menopausal or perimenopausal? If you are female in your 30s, 40s or 50s, likely you are experiencing some symptoms of the menopause.  Years before you hit menopause, when you are in the perimenopause stage, you could still be feeling these symptoms. Exercise and nutrition can help reduce these symptoms.  If you’re looking for […]

Top vegan protein sources

Lentils: Lentils are a great source of protein, with around 18 grams of protein per cooked cup. They are also high in fiber, iron, and folate. Chickpeas: Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, contain around 14.5 grams of protein per cooked cup. They are also high in fiber, iron, and manganese. Quinoa: Quinoa is a […]

Top 10 hydrating foods

Staying hydrated is important for our health and wellbeing, and while drinking water is the most effective way to stay hydrated, some foods can also contribute to our daily water intake. Here are the top 10 foods that can help keep you hydrated: Cucumber – Cucumber is composed of 96% water, and it’s an excellent […]

5 high protein lunches for menopausal women

Taste up your lunchtimes with these high protein meal ideas to keep you full and satisfied. Grilled chicken or fish with a side of quinoa or brown rice and vegetables: Grilled chicken and fish are excellent sources of protein, and quinoa or brown rice provides additional protein and fiber. 2. Turkey and avocado wrap: Turkey […]

Foods to increase fibre

Dietary fibre (also known as roughage) is the indigestible part of plant foods and is crucial for keeping the gut healthy and reducing the risk of many chronic health conditions. There are many benefits of eating enough fibre: Protection against heart disease. Better gut health. Reduced risk of diabetes. Weight management.   There are 2 […]

5 healthy high protein breakfasts for menopausal women

Greek yogurt with berries and nuts: Greek yogurt is a good source of protein, and adding berries and nuts can provide additional nutrients and flavour. 2. Egg and vegetable scramble: Eggs are a great source of protein, and adding in vegetables can provide additional nutrients and fiber. 3. Protein smoothie: Combine Greek yogurt, berries, nuts, and […]

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