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Q+A Stephen Price

The trailblazing health advocate and fitness professional meets Nutrition Editor Eve Kalinik – and shares his reassuringly down-to-earth wellness advice, from which we can all benefit

The fitness world can be fickle to say the least, and even the most sceptical among us can get caught up in the latest trend, whether it’s spinning studios that look and sound like discos, boot camp training regimes, or pole-dancing classes. While it’s fun to try something new, a more measured, softer approach may give us longer term gains, instead of unwittingly chasing the latest fad for less success. Enter groundbreaking entrepreneur Stephen Price. Price is not new to the industry, having built his highly personalised health and fitness business, SP&Co Jubilee Place, in the heart of London’s Chelsea, more than 15 years ago. He was one of the first to realise the concept of a 360-degree approach to wellbeing, and has established himself as an authority in the business – in an unsung hero sort of way.

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If you're feeling depleted, out of sorts and ready for a holiday, then this issue is for you. Our 18-page dossier on how to renew your strength shares scientifically proven ways to fill up your tank and keep it full. If you’re hitting the beach but want to revolutionise the way you see yourself, turn to page 46 and learn about the new mindset to adopt to finally find peace with your body. This month, we invite you to train your brain to think differently but we also invite you to sing, dance and play. Why? Because it’s not only good for your soul, it’s good for your health. Learn how the arts can help you live a long, happy life. Here’s to a long, happy summer!