Health & Fitness

Simple Ways To Improve Your Fitness


Lots of us want to improve our fitness, but how do you set achievable goals in order to succeedGetting fitter doesn’t need to be complicated. We’ve put together some simple tips to help you triumph on your fitness journey.  

1. Track Your Exercise 

It might seem like a costly investment, but tracking your activity using a fitness wearable can be really beneficial when you’re focusing on fitness. It can be eye-opening to see how much you move on an average day. A fitness wearable is also useful for showing detailed statistics of your workoutsMeasurements including heart rate, steps taken and calories burned are all important indicators when improving your fitness.

If you’re looking for a more budget-friendly option, try a fitness app. We’ve reviewed our favourites in our blog post.  

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2. Increase Your Walking  

Believe it or not, you don’t need to spend hours at the gym to improve your fitness. Walking is a great way to support your physical and mental health. A 60-minute uphill walk burns an average of 456 calories,(1) so it’s definitely worth adding it into your daily routine when you can. Walking can also ease joint pain by strengthening and lubricating the muscles that support our joints. It’s especially helpful for our hips and knees.2 

To maintain the health of your joints further, try Myvitamins Joint Effort Tablets. They contain vitamin C, which supports the function of cartilage in our joints and around our bones.3 

3. Try A HIIT Workout  

Short bursts of high intensity workouts are great for improving your general fitness. HIIT workouts, or High-Intensity Interval Training, can help you to burn more calories in less time, meaning they’re perfect for slotting into a busy schedule. Additionally, studies show high intensity workouts can reduce blood pressure levels in overweight or obese individuals through improving cardiovascular fitness.4


To support your exercise regime, try Myvitamins Whey Protein Powder. It contains 21g of protein per serving and can be added easily to shakes as part of your daily routine. Protein supplements can support the growth and maintenance of our muscles,(5) so our powder is a great way of incorporating extra protein into your diet.  

4. Focus On Recovery  

It’s crucial to support your exercise routine with recovery techniques. Ensuring that you’re well rested and hydrated will support your fitness performance. Taking rest days will prevent muscle fatigue and reduce the risk of injury.  


To supplement your recovery, try our Grapeseed & Vitamin C CapsulesThey contain 40mg of vitamin C per serving, which can help to protect your body against the oxidative stress which occurs during exercise.6 

5. Change Your Diet  

It might sound simple, but nutrition and exercise go hand in hand when it comes to improving your fitness. Eating a diet rich in vitamins and minerals will help to fuel your workouts and will support your body during recovery.  

In particular, boosting your protein intake can help your muscles to repair and grow. Foods containing high amounts of protein include red meat, fish and lentils. It’s also important to eat foods containing electrolytes. These minerals help to support cell and muscle function throughout the body. Foods which contain electrolytes include spinach, almonds, and oranges.  

Myvitamins Electrolyte Plus Tablets are formulated with a blend of essential electrolytes including magnesium, potassium, calcium and sodium. These tablets can help to replenish the nutrients lost through sweating during intense exercise.  

These simple tips will help you to improve your fitness levels and boost your performance. Additionally, adding supplements to your diet can support your fitness routine further. To see our full range, click here.  

  3. Vitamin C contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of bones and cartilage. 
  5. Protein contributes to the maintenance and growth of muscle mass. 
  6. Vitamin C contributes to the protection of cells from oxidative stress. 

Katie Lambert

Katie Lambert

Writer and expert

After studying History at The University of Leeds, Katie moved back to her home town of Manchester to start a career in content writing. Katie has a passion for health and fitness and enjoys running in her spare time. Her favourite topics to write about include healthy recipes, performance strategies and general wellbeing.