How to stay fit without breaking the bank

How to stay fit without breaking the bank

'Get your running shoes on'

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Personal trainer and coach Jonathan Kibble offers some tips

New research from health insurer Vitality and American Express has today revealed that Brits spent an average of £211 per month on getting fit and healthy in 2019, totalling more than £2,500 for the year. The most popular health and fitness purchases in 2019 included healthy food, with consumers spending £414 on average during the year, supplements such as vitamins and protein shakes (£218 on average) and gym/ active wear and accessories (£215 on average). And Brits quest for health and fitness...

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