HAVE FUN WITH QUIZZES AND SHARE YOUR RESULT!
What’s Your Secret Route to a Six-Pack?
Your biggest motivation to get fit is to:
Achieve great things
You're most scared of:
Having no free time
When we say zumba, you think:
Being the only one getting all the moves wrong
Have you ever done a crazy charity fitness event?
Yes and loved it
Yes and I didn't train enough for it!
No, but I'd like to
No. Way. Ever.
Other than exercise, the gym is good for:
Making a fool of myself
Making me feel sore tomorrow
Making me get out of the house
You're more of a:
You're most likely to be remembered for your:
Your perfect workout clothes are:
On a dance floor you:
Throw all the best moves
Close my eyes and hope no-one's watching
Have perfected step-toe, step-toe
Dazzle with my routines
How do you want to feel after a work out?
Exhausted but proud
Like I belong
7 Easy Ways to Boost Your Confidence Right Now!
Be well groomed
Improve your posture
Smile, even when you don't feel like it.
Do something you're good at!
5 unusual ways to meditate and become mindful
Life practise meditation
Your daily commute
Be there in whatever you're doing!
10 Bizarre Allergies That Could Ruin Your Life
ALL food and drink! Sufferers can only drink water/eat ice and have to be tube fed nutrients.
Mobile phones - causing rashes, bumps and blisters this is probably a nickel allergy.
Modern Living or "electosensitivity syndrome" - multiple chemical sensitvity symptoms from everyday products.
Kissing - Lipstick, traces of food or medications can be life threatening!
Water - Only 40 people worldwide have been diagnosed. Seems ridiculous considering the human body is almost 60% water.
Cold temperatures - Can cause rashes, swelling or even cause sudden death.
Hot temperatures - Sufferers get itchy, red and swollen skin when exposed to high temperatures.
Excercise - No excuse to skip the gym, only around 1,000 people suffer from exercise anaphylaxis.
Touch - Also known as "skin writing disease" as sufferers can easily scratch words on to their overly sensitive skin.
Sex. Or more accurately, male bodily fluids.
Which Wine Matches Your Personality?
Would you say you make friends quickly and easily when you meet new people?
Yes, I love meeting new people
No, it takes me a little while
Where would you feel more comfortable?
A fancy dinner party or cocktail evening
A casual barbecue or outdoor festival
Would you say you are more intuitive, or more strategic
I go with what I feel!
I like to plan the path!
Where would you prefer to have a vacation?
Somewhere interesting but close to home
Somewhere more exotic and far away
On a scale of 1-10, with 10 being 'complete evil smartass', how wicked is your sense of humor?
True or False: Your friends would say you're a very talkative person
You win $15,000 to go travelling. Where do you rather go?
Australia and New Zealand
Is Stress Making You Look Older?
Can a stressful job make you look older?
Impossible to say
Can thinking about a stressful situation make you look older?
It depends how often you do it
Can stress cause long term ageing effects on facial skin?
Stress is the biggest cause of skin ageing
Sun damage is thought to be responsible for __% of skin ageing.
Can lack of sleep lead to long term skin ageing?
What is the best way to keep your skin looking younger?
Drinking lots of water and eating a healthy diet
Managing my daily stresses
Using sun cream with a high SPF
Using intensive moisturiser on my skin
Getting enough sleep
All of the above
Battling against stress
Work in progress
DISCOVER YOUR FITNESS LEVEL BY CALCULATING YOUR BMI AND BMR!
1) Calculate your BMI (Body Mass Index)
2) Calculate your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate)
First select BMI or BMR, then MAN or WOMAN and METRIC (or IMPERIAL for USA, UK).
Enter your data (Age, Weight and Height) and click CALCULATE.
Check the result with the reference table:
Underweight - Normal - Overweight - Obese - Morbidly Obese
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