Brain or brawn? The great British debate
When we think of strength we tend to conjure images of Lennox Lewis or Jonny Wilkinson's one-arm pull-ups. But what about Stephen Hawking or Albert Einstein? Is mental might as important as muscle mass?
According to the team behind the AdeZ Ultimate Strength Test it certainly is, proving once and for all that it takes more mind than muscle to be truly 'strong'.
But are you ready to take the test to find out how strong you are?
The test was devised with the help of one of the toughest women on the planet, Jo Salter, Britain's first ever female fighter pilot. It identifies four types of strength — Emotional, Physical, Personal and Cognitive — that are needed to cope with all the challenges life throws at you.
Jo knows that determination and mental agility is just as important as brute strength when it comes to success and problem solving in the face of adversity.
Jo is part of an expert team who are here to answer all your questions about how to become as strong as you can be. She is joined by leading celebrity fitness instructor, Jamie Baird; happiness expert Dr Robert Holden; and nutritionist to the London Wasps and London Irish Rugby Clubs, Jane Griffin, who has devised the Ultimate Strength menu.
All are masters of motivation so make sure you reap the benefit of their collective expertise. Join our live webchat to learn how making even small changes to your daily routine can help you develop the all-round strength to cope with everything life throws at you...
Jo Salter, Jamie Baird, Dr Robert Holden, and Jane Griffin join us live online at www.webchats.tv on Tuesday 22nd May at 1430 to discuss how to discover your strength.