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How To Get Past The “I should” and Actually Become a Healthier Person

We always find that when someone chooses to lose weight, they create a list in their mind of the things they should do in order to reach their goals. Eight years ago, mine were: -Run 10km...

How to Assess Progress

Keeping track of your progress is one of the most overlooked aspects of training, however, it is one of the most important things you can do to assess if you are working towards your...

How To Workout In The Morning Without It Being The Worst Hour Of Your...

No one loves waking up early to hit the gym first thing; especially when it is cold and dark. However, once you get past the excruciating part of leaving your bed, and get yourself...

Moving Away From the ‘All or Nothing’ Approach

Unfortunately, a lot of people are still under the impression that they need to be extreme in their approach in order to achieve results. People go through days (sometimes weeks) of restriction and then...

Why are all the “nice” things so fattening?

This question, posed rhetorically, was raised by a client in their feedback form a couple of months ago. It's a brilliant question or point to raise, and something I want to discuss and look...

The Benefits of Weightlifting for Women:

We all know that it's necessary to exercise and exercise regularly, but that doesn't mean we truly understand why, or know many of the benefits that regular exercise can bring. So, here's some of the...

NEW YEAR, NEW ME!

As we get into January and the Christmas Holidays become just a distant memory, we all take time to set some New year's Resolutions. come to an end, everyone starts making their new year...

THE ART OF GOAL SETTING

In fitness, as in other aspects of life, it’s always more motivating when you have something you’re working towards – an end point: a goal. Now, it’s easy to set a goal, to say...

Can we classify Die Hard as a Christmas Movie?

Christmas is a beautiful time of year full of eggnog, Christmas trees, and one of my all time favorite Christmas movies, Die Hard. Of course Die Hard is a Christmas movie and honestly its...

Superfoods

“Few lies can be told in one word but “Superfood” manages it.”   This quote, which I read recently online, is one of the best I’ve read in a while. I think it sums it up...