Fitter Habits provides a holistic approach to fitness, strength and your overall wellbeing. We cover sports like yoga, running as well as mental wellness.

Looking for Running Advice?

In 2021, Fitter Habits acquired Running-Advice.com. We’re passionate about the sport of running, from a 5k to a marathon and all distances in between. On this site, we will provide you with practical running advice for new runners. If you’re looking for advice check out some of our popular articles:


Beginners’ Guide to Trail Running: Everything You Need to Know

Top 4 Best Interval Running Apps to Fuel Your Workout

Top 5 Best Music Devices for Running: Leave Your Phone At Home

Does Running Make You Lose Muscle?

First Half Marathon Pace: How to Get It Right

7 Practical Half Marathon Tips for Race Day

The Benefits of Running with a Weighted Vest

Want Yoga Advice?

The development of yoga can be traced back as far as 5,000 years however, its origins are thought to far exceed that. In the words of Amit Ray, the eminent spiritual master:

“Yoga is not a religion. It is a science, science of well-being, science of youthfulness, science of integrating body, mind, and soul.”

Through our content we will share expert advice on the types of yoga practiced around the world, and how you can apply it to your life. Whether you seek to improve your fitness, support an exercise regime or goal, address health concerns or tackle all three at once yoga really can help.

Yoga is practiced by a huge diversity of people around the globe. It is commonly used by athletes to support and advance the efficacy of their training programme. Practising yoga can reduce muscle fatigue, tiredness and facilitate improved flexibility in people of all ages.

It has also been proven to calm the nervous system, combat anxiety and depression, improve sleep, mood and sexual function.

In addition to its many values, yoga can be practiced with groups supported by trainers, or in the comfort of your own home, where you can be supported by a number of apps or online resources including live interactive classes.

Lastly yoga is discrete. It is the most gentle and enjoyable exercise to perform with an impact that is easily perceived and subtly achieved. So what’s stopping you? Read on and begin your journey today.