Top Tips from Vitality Performance Champions on Staying Active
Nutrition Myth-Busting with Performance Champ James Hudson
From a professional athlete to an everyday athlete, Vitality Performance Champion and former rugby player James Hudson has achieved many accolades as a professional athlete and now uses his expertise to inspire and motivate others. Now a trained nutritionist at Gloucester Rugby, James joins Vitality Head Coach Andy Magill in conversation to discuss why healthy eating in the workplace is so important today and do some myth busting in today’s confusing world where often, food myths are presented as fact and facts are sometimes stranger than fiction.
The Mindful Workplace
Psychologist Fiona Murden is our guest on this podcast about why mental health issues are on the rise in our world today and what methods and ideas we can adopt in both our personal and work lives to become more mentally resilient and better equipped to deal with everyday stresses.
The Mindful Workplace infographic brings you some sobering facts about the mental health challenges faced by organisations today and some useful suggestions as to what both employers and employees can do to promote and improve the mental wellbeing of their workplace.
Why Being Active Really Matters
Special guest Maggie Alphonsi MBE, ex-England Women’s Rugby Player and 2014 Rugby World Cup Champion, join the Vitality team as they discuss why doing sports can bring as much intangible benefits as it does the tangible ones and how workplaces can encourage their employees to get active.
Accompanying this podcast is an infographic documenting the rise of mass participation sports. If you know someone who is into their parkruns or obstacle races, share this with them.
This nutrition-focussed podcast with London professional football club Arsenal Performance Nutritionist Richard Allison is about embarking on a lifelong journey of making positive healthy food choices and adapting them to your life circumstances as they change. Whether you are training for a marathon or trying to aid your body’s recovery from an injury, arm yourself with the lifetime knowledge and tips from an expert sport nutritionist to make the correct nutritional choices best suited for you right here, right now.
What's the new addiction
We recently recorded our final quarterly podcast of the year with our guest panellist, Doctor Richard Graham from the Nightingale Hospital.
Our focus was on technology in the workplace. We discussed how you can have a healthy relationship with technology with some practical tips and interesting discussion points, from the always on culture of connectivity to maintaining your sense of agency.
To accompany our podcast, we’ve created an infographic that looks at the enablers and potential barriers to finding the happy medium when it comes to interacting with technology – share with your colleagues.