On Tuesday 26th May, the bank holiday weekend was firmly thrust aside as the two-week radio station simulation began at City University London.
My role for this particular day was to be a reporter!
I covered the story of Ryanair’s full-year results report that was published that morning – I attended a morning press conference and did some lives while at the scene, and also a wrap and two-ways once I’d gotten back to base.
Here’s a rough package edit of some of my content:
Originally posted on altFit London: altFit’s Ashna spent a day trying out the so-called ‘best’ watersports for all-over workout and toning. But it’d just be silly to trail them in cold and drizzly England, so she jumped on a plane…
We here at altFit are committed to bringing you the latest fitness trends on the horizon – and this post is no exception.
I’ll be giving you the fitness trend forecast for 2015.
Body weight training
Kicking off with what more than 3,000 fitness professionals believe is the next big thing. This form of exercise won’t have you awkwardly crossing over to THAT weight section of the gym.
This fitness trend will incorporate adult jungle gyms and workout spaces that are scarce of dumbbells and lifting equipment. Who needs all that fancy equipment when you have the tools attached to your body?
Body weight training will use large open spaces to allow for greater suspension training options and primal movements to get core all-round body training.
In a sentence: going back to a raw form of exercise, good old-fashioned push-ups, squats and crunches.
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As mentioned before, my postgraduate course allows us to recreate a live simulation of a news programme in City’s very own interactive studio. It’s a green-screened, high-tech and up-to-date studio with all the workings of a real-life newsroom. This month … Continue reading →