January is the month of making and breaking New Year’s resolutions, and it can be particularly hard to keep going with those good intentions as February looms just around the corner. Marks and Spencer are well aware of this, and the retailer have launched a new campaign on Instagram to help us all over the mid-winter health hump.
#GetFitStartSmall has enlisted the likes of Olympian Alex Gregory, Union J star Josh Cuthbert, Made in Chelsea‘s Oliver Proudlock and a smattering of models and personal trainers to share their bite-size fitness tips for improving you your fitness in the comfort of your own home.
We’ve been sharing the boys’ tips on Instagram over the past few weeks (and not just because it’s a chance to see them clad in some Marks and Spencer gymnwear), so here’s a little round-up of their efforts which, like the tips themselves, is nice and manageable.
Take a look below, and be sure share your own efforts on social media with the #GetFitStartSmall hashtag.
Model Omari Dixon
Union J singer Josh Cuthbert
Olympic gold medal-winning rower Alex Gregory
Keeping it simple and starting small. An idea to get you moving in 2017. I’m starting off with 30 seconds of squats a day, adding some weight to the hands as I get better. So many variations to try, have a go! #getfitstartsmall with @marksandspencerfashionpr @marksandspencer #moving #movement #strong #happy #M&S #squats #smallsteps #goals #ad
Made in Chelsea’s Oliver Proudlock
This year one of my fitness goals is to strengthen my core. I find having a routine makes it that much easier to reach your targets. Try out these three core exercises 3 times a week. All you need is a towel and a slippery surface. Let me know how you get on by using #GETFITSTARTSMALL. @marksandspencerfashionpr #core #abs
Fitness trainer Louis Rennocks
Model Matty Carrington