Instead of battling the festive masses, let Proviz take the stress out of the planning with our annual Christmas gift guide for the runners, cyclists, active and outdoor-loving friends and family in your life.
With hundreds of great spooky fun runs around the UK, Halloween is a great excuse for getting some fun exercise into your Autumn schedule. And the bonus is? Most are in aid of charity. Here are a few we’d like to, ahem, sink our teeth into…
If pavement pounding isn’t your thing, running with your canine companion can make the whole experience seem less like a chore and more like an enjoyable activity. So, where do you start? We talked to a couple of runners and their dogs for some advice.
With an incredible 143% rise in US races in the past decade, trail running has never been more popular, or easy to get into. We take a look at what it involves, share some tips and some trails we’d love to try.
Ever been on a walk and stumbled across a tower in the middle of nowhere and wondered why on earth it’s there in the first place? If the answer is yes, then the chances are you’ve come face-to-face with one of the thousands of structures dotted around the place known as a folly
Training and exercising in winter is tough, even for the most motivated among us. But as the temperature drops, the days get shorter, and the food gets more ‘comforting’, it’s still important to remain active
Every Summer, the Proviz team likes to make a record of the latest and best fitness exercises taking the world by storm. This is because mixing up your workout routine is a great way to keep pushing the body and stay healthy without getting bored
We all know winter can be a very gloomy time, with the sun rising and setting before you’ve had time to blink. But now that its summer, it’s finally your chance to get out in the sunshine and get some much needed exercise
A lot of people ask us, how did you come up with the idea of Proviz? It was interesting to look through some archives last week and see some of the photos that the founder took on his bike each morning to show people improvising with their current clothing and accessories to make themselves safer and more visible to other road user