Tag: wellbeing

Food Fitness Flora

Flora Beverley, aka Food Fitness Flora, knows the effects of a bad relationship with food, but those times are long gone, and she now channels her energy into helping others lead a healthier lifestyle, as well as training for her next ultramarathon

By Glorious

Period Power

“I can utilise the hormones that are working for me at the time.” Jessica Ennis-Hill and Dr Emma Ross on their period-planning app that helps you get the best out of every stage of your cycle

By Liz Connor

Making Moves

Give keepie-uppies, skipping and skateboarding a try! That’s what Thea Kyvåg, Sarah Louise and Danni Gallacher do to keep moving. They tell us their story, what inspires them to move, and why the number 300 is so significant for people’s wellbeing

By Tomi Otekunrin

It's Time For PUMA300

We go behind the scenes with our women-led crew to show how movements were captured that truly define the number 300 and how these will encourage more women to get moving

By Amy Sedghi

Digital Detox

Are you a doomscroller or joyscroller? Athletes Lina Nielsen and Samantha Kinghorn talk about the effects of mobile phones and social media – and how their lives have been energised by movement

By Tomi Otekunrin

Manchester Movers

“We know how easy it is to get into a scroll hole," say two PUMA employees about the overuse of mobile phones. Glorious heads to Manchester to find out how they kick a scrolling habit

By Imogen Clark

Being Your Best

Can tech really help us upgrade our health and wellbeing? Even if you haven’t heard of the term "biohacking" before, you’ve probably encountered a version of it. Glorious investigates the science (and art) behind some of the ways we’re controlling our health

By Alice Barraclough

Understanding RED-S

“This condition can cause long-term and devastating damage to your physical and mental health.” Cross-country runner Pippa Woolven talks about RED-S, her recovery and how she’s educating women about it

By Liz Connor

Curve Catwalk

“I want to see more plus-size bodies in a joyful state.” Trina Nicole’s dance platform is accomplishing much more than she imagined. We talk to The Curve Catwalk founder about her plans

By Tomi Otekunrin

Surf’s Up

After an epiphany in the waters of Cornwall, Kylie Griffiths fell in love with surfing. Now she’s created London Girls Surf Club, a movement to help other women experience the exhilaration and freedom of life on the waves

By Liz Connor