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Diet & Fitness By Harry Fenton - Local personal trainer advising us on how to keep fit & healthy Make this the year...


Now is the time to look forwards with optimism to the coming year after a long and for many of us, flu plagued winter. To whet your appetite for getting fitter I have been


looking at the variety of sports, healthy pastimes and activities you can have a try at around Dartmouth. Surely, now that we have an indoor swimming pool, there can be nowhere on the planet with a better variety of leisure activities. For the nautically minded we have: sailing, gig-


ging, kayaking, sub-aqua, open water swimming, paddle-boarding and rowing. Clubs in Dartmouth can offer advice, equipment and training for most of these activities. If you prefer team sports Dartmouth has hockey,


rugby, football, tennis and cricket teams, all of them will be delighted to welcome new members and make them feel at home. If your knees are a bit worn out there is much to be gained by just supporting a local team, watching their matches, meeting peo- ple and getting some fresh air whilst having a good holler. For those of you that don`t want to


Any increase is your waist mea- surement is to be railed against for as long as you are able.


be outdoors in all weathers how about one of the indoor, trainer led classes: Pilates, Yoga, Zumba, Circuit training, Spinning, Boot camp and Body Pump, to name but a few. These can be enjoyed at the Flavel, some village halls and at Dartmouth Leisure centre. All you need to provide is loose clothing and indoor shoes. Dartmouth


Leisure Centre also offers badminton, basketball, table-tennis and short tennis. For some,


the leisure centre`s gym


is the best place to train with free weights, resistance machines, rowing machines and treadmills to help you work up a sweat and build some muscle. Other people wouldn`t be seen dead in a gym but prefer to use weights at home. In fact, you can do a great deal to tone up and improve your strength with a couple of dumbells if you know the right exercises to perform. Fifteen minutes a day is plenty. We all know one of the best forms


of exercise is swimming. I love sea and river swimming but due to the cold water I can`t bear it for more than a few


minutes, even in the summer. The new swimming pool has allowed me to re-discover a long lost pleasure. For me, there is nothing as meditative as swimming front crawl for half an hour, only thinking about my breath- ing and watching that black line on the pool bottom. The aqua aerobics class is becoming very popular, with resistance exercises and stretching in the water all done to music, whilst burning up 300 calories an hour. Never forget the health benefits of good old simple


walking in the fresh air. It`s weight bearing, works your entire body, uses up calories and is a great de-stress- or. Around here, we are spoilt for choice with coastal paths, footpaths and lanes to walk along. There are several groups that walk socially if you like company. If you want to use a fitness device to measure your daily steps that`s brilliant. Whatever works for you. Quite a few people I train aim to walk 10,000 steps daily. Cycling in the South Hams tends to be for a small


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