Wellbeing Advice & Helpful Tips
Low Intensity Interval Training.
If you’re just starting off on your fitness journey, recovering from injury, or looking for a great recovery session then Low Intensity Interval Training (LIIT) sessions will offer you a
Posture has long been linked with poor health and poor performance but what does the latest evidence say?
The Silent Thief – Bone Strength & Why Resistance Training is Key
In our ageing society, our bones are getting weaker. Due to its nature, we rarely realise that our bones are weakening until something happens – such as a fall or
Don’t Quit In my life I’ve been thin, fat, middle of the road, fat and fit again. I’ve had runs where I feel like I’ll reach that ‘holy grail’ of
Winning Resolutions = Results
Winning Resolutions = Results Happy New Year to you! I really want to help you get results this year and for this to be the case I’d love to help
Festive Season Fitness
The festive season is upon us and we’re all ready to wave the white flag and surrender any fitness & health gains we’ve made. But hold on, all needn’t be lost and without sounding all ‘bah humbug’ there’s some great work we can do without spoiling the celebrations.
Mobility. What it is & why we need it.
Mobility. What it is and why we need it. One of the biggest requests we get is to help people increase mobility. And rightly so. Mobility is an essential quality
Staying stronger for longer
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.
How to Avoid Ageing
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
10,000 Steps. A good way to fitness?
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
Your Guide to Behaviour Change.
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
Breaking Bad Habits
Many traditional ‘habit breaking’ methods leave people despondent and in a cycle of failure. With the Fogg Behaviour Design model, you’re given a clear process to follow to help break