“9 months ago I joined the gym. I really did wonder if I had done the right thing. I thought it would be full of lycra clad, super fit people and I would be the ‘tubby’ one in leggings! How wrong was I! Well I’m still here and feeling so much better, both physically and…Read more Ann Morris
Are you struggling to recover from an injury? If so, here’s a great new model to hopefully help you progress. For a long time now I’ve advocated a more active approach to injury rehabilitation – ‘rest is rust.’ The traditional model using Rest Ice Compression Elevation has also been questioned by the latest research.…Read more Manage your Injuries with Peace & Love
I’ve been asked a few questions of late on all aspects of our services, so I thought it only fair that I reply with a series of blogs explaining exactly how our training programs work. This blog will give you an insight and reasoning as to why we use Small Group Personal Training, with…Read more Why Small Group Personal Training can work for you…
“The change in me in such a short space of time is phenomenal”. “At 19yrs old I joined the Police and had my career mapped out being able to retire when I reached 50!! What a fantastic thought. It was a job I loved, I was confident, socially outgoing and very much a people person.…Read more Sophie Morgan
Are You Doing These Two Key Nutrition Habits? When it comes to nutrition, there are many approaches out there. Quite often, most people will find initial success with nearly any of these plans, but what happens when that success grinds to a halt? Or worse, the results you worked so hard and sacrificed for start…Read more Are You Doing These Two Key Nutrition Habits?
While enjoying a Guinness at the end of the first day of a recent course in Dublin, I was introduced to Coach Dan John. Over the last couple of years Dan has become a big name in the field of strength & conditioning; known for his easy to follow programmes and simplifying the most complex…Read more What do you need to work on?
Part 3, The Individual You need not be part of a cycling team or group to make use of the Cycling Improvement Program (CIP). We have tested over 70 individuals since the start of the CIP and many of them come in and use the program outside of group or team sessions. We now have…Read more Cycling Improvement Program: Part 3
Part 2, The Team A month after starting the Cycling Improvement Program (CIP) the fine folk at Ross & District Cycling Club joined the program and used the Wattbikes out for their winter training sessions. It was also at this time we had Eddie Flectcher visit the facility and take us through the details of…Read more Cycling Improvement Program: Part 2
Part 1, The Group Back when we started the Cycling Improvement Program (CIP) with Luke Moseley in September 2012 we were confident of getting our clients results but nothing beats that warm, fuzzy feeling that you get when you get feedback such as: Our first group to go through all three phases of the CIP…Read more Cycling Improvement Program: Part 1
A key to successful weight loss is being consistent with your nutrition, simply put, you cannot expect progress if you cannot be consistent. Our guidelines contain no secret trick or magic food, just sound nutritional advice. It is one thing knowing what to do but it is another to put it into practise. Here are…Read more Why aren’t you getting weight loss results?