“I returned to Ady Watts as I knew they could help with the pain and discomfort I was experiencing with my shoulder. Ady and his team had previously helped and fully supported me through an ongoing back problem to the point I was lifting weights I thought I would never ever be able to lift!…Read more Karen Thomas
I’m so happy to say that thanks to all the professional help and advice received, I now have full confidence in my knee and no longer require my brace for supportRead more Jess Goodwin
After years of focussing on your career and family, it’s easy to arrive at a stage of life feeling a bit worse for wear and as if it’s ‘too late’ to make significant changes to your lifestyle.
However, by making just a couple of changes we can significantly improve our quality of life moving forwards.
I love the increased energy I have! All the aches and pains I used to get in my lower back have disappeared and I generally feel much better in myself.Read more Paula Hebron
I was 81 this Spring and feel in really good shape – I feel so much stronger & flexible!Read more David Day
I have also fine tuned my training and feel I am making progress…I don’t worry that I might be damaging my replacement knee or speeding up the deterioration of the other knee. I know that I am being looked after as an individual by a team of experienced and interested professionals.Read more Amanda Marshall
I am now the fittest I have ever been, have a love of exercise that I have never had and have found a true work-life balance that works for me.Read more Charlotte Hyde
While we have no choice over our chronological age – the number of candles on our birthday cake, we do indeed have choice of our biological age – how old we feel. By making good lifestyle choices you can be in your 60’s and live like you’re in your 40’s. One of the main…Read more How to Avoid Ageing
Background. Shortly before the 1964 Tokyo Olympics a Japanese company launched a pedometer called Manpo-kei, which translated into “10,000 steps metre”. It was based on the research of Dr Yoshiro Hatano, an academic from Kyushu University who was concerned about the effects of the western diet on the Japanese population. Quite simply, he thought that…Read more 10,000 Steps. A good way to fitness?
I now love exercise. I honestly never thought that would happen again! Training has saved my sanity, especially during the lockdowns.Read more Lucy Williams
In my last blog we explored why resolutions fail. If you missed it, find the post here. I summarised by listing the three components a behaviour must have if it’s likely to hold. Here’s a reminder: The behaviour is effective in realising your aspiration You want to do the behaviour You can do the behaviour…Read more Your Guide to Behaviour Change.
Sadly, it’s no surprise as motivation is not to be relied upon. It’s happened to us all. “Motivation is like a party animal friend. Great for a night out, but not someone you would rely on to pick you up from the airport. You must understand it roles and its limitations, then pick behaviours…Read more Failed Resolutions?
There’s been a huge difference in the 4 weeks that I’ve been coming to the gym. The difference is not just the physical things I can do, but also the mental aspect.Read more Declan Williams
I can’t praise the whole set-up enough! It has already made a big difference to my overall well being, energy and going towards my weight loss goal – win, win situation!”Read more Jan Armstrong
I don’t think it matters what your start point is fitness-wise, everyone would benefit from the approach. I look forward to all of the training now rather than dreading it.Read more Daryl Szebesta