Off Message: A fitness app might seem like the perfect way to motivate yourself

But how long before you begin lying to the machine about those forbidden shortcake biscuits and chocolate bars?

27th September, 2015
Why is it so damn hard to be fit after the age of 40?

I am cheating on my fitness app.

I never thought I would have occasion to write those words, but there you have it. I have sunk so low in my bid to shed weight and boost my activity levels that I am deceiving a piece of innocent software.

Why is it so damn hard to be fit after the age of 40? Other people manage it. I see them whizzing past me on their bikes,...

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