Living a Healthy Lifestyle - improve your life

Improve your overall wellbeing, feel more energised, productive and perform better in life with a healthy lifestyle.
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (3 ratings)
171 students
Living a Healthy Lifestyle - improve your life
Rating: 4.3 out of 5 (3 ratings)
171 students
Stress prevention and depression
How to develop good sleeping habits
Nutrition for health, including why fruit and veg is important and avoiding dysglycaemia
Exercising for health
Looking after your back
Cigarettes and Alcohol
Cancer prevention
Cancer - checking yourself for men and women
Diabetes prevention
Heart disease prevention


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Learn how to flourish in life with a healthy lifestyle. Health is not merely the absence of disease. It is about feeling good. With a few simple changes to your exercise, nutrition and stress reduction, your lifestyle could be much improved, reducing the risk of heart disease, cancer and type 2 diabetes. Reduce the risk of mental health issues such as depression. Move better to avoid chronic back pain. Be more productive in work and at home. Learn how to live a healthy lifestyle.

Who this course is for:

  • Suitable for those who want to improve their overall health and wellbeing.
  • Especially people who are keen to function better on a daily basis and be more productive.
  • Businesses looking to reduce absenteeism and boost productivity

Course content

12 sections • 80 lectures • 57m total length
  • Introduction
  • Contents


UK Lead Sport Scientist and Coach
Colin Thomas
  • 4.4 Instructor Rating
  • 34 Reviews
  • 310 Students
  • 3 Courses

Colin is a Lead Physiologist in the UK, a Sports Scientist, UKA Running Coach and Personal Trainer tutor/assessor who works with athletes from beginner to elite, all over the world. He is also a tutor at the Institute of Sport. He has regular visits to Kenya, with some of the world's top athletes and coaches, training at altitude in their quest to reach the top. He has also worked in hospitals, gyms, clinics and fitness centres all over the UK with the general public, amateur and professional sports people, all with the similar aim of improving performance. As a keen running enthusiast himself he is always looking to trial new ways of pushing the limits of human performance. He is a regular speaker at conferences in the UK and abroad, and his written articles are regularly published in running magazines.