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What will you do to stay healthy in 2017?



Trends. Even the last four letters suggest that none of them ever last. But some things become popular for good reason, whilst others are just fluff. So which of 2017’s health and fitness fads should you really follow?

Fitness and exercise

2017 looks remarkably like science fiction. Never mind that for the second year running the much-respected American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) named wearables (that’s the likes of activity trackers, smart watches, heart-rate monitors and GPS tracking devices) as a top trend in their annual worldwide survey. We’re on the cusp of entering a brave new world, says Steve Ward, executive director of the not-for-profit body UK Active ( “Soon, virtual reality will enable you to do your 1,500-metre warm-up run alongside Mo Farah, before cycling through the craters on the moon and rounding off your workout with some soothing stretches on the shores of Lake Como.”

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We are delighted to have X Factor runner-up Saara Aalto on our cover this month! She tells Carrie Lyell about her time on the show and what it feels like to be the most successful female LGBT contestant ever. Don’t forget to check out our digital issue to see two of our favourite performances from the Finnish songbird. Also in this issue… How to change the world: Tips from women who have Sarah Waters shares her thoughts on The Handmaiden, a new film adaptation of Fingersmith, with Sophie Ward. Phyll Opoku-Gyimah on the importance of self-care Jane Hill considers LGBT life under President Trump Heather Peace speaks to same-sex parents to find out who does what in their household Vicky Beeching wants a New Year’s Revolution Exercise-fearing-femme Roxy Bourdillon roadtests the latest workouts DIVA readers on surviving major life challenges We reveal the shortlist for the DIVA Awards 2017 PLUS: Travel, fashion, family and much, much more!