When I am travelling around, even though I don’t have my ‘A-typical’ routine, I still don’t sacrifice my fitness regime. I always tend to factor in choices that are healthy, for every day that I am away on holiday or out of my normal routine.Continue reading
In the early hours of March 25th, the clocks will go forward to mark the start of BST (British Summer Time). With the days getting longer, due to DST (Daylight Saving Time), in a bid to stop us wasting valuable hours of light in the summer months – how do you plan to use your extra hours of light?
I have been a part of the fitness industry for over 20 years now, and throughout the years I have always maintained that the ‘right’ trainers for the job, are the most important asset to have in my gym kit.
A recent study has shown that two weeks of inactivity is bad for your health, here is how you can take a break without taking time out from exercise.
Walking in my humble opinion is so underrated. It is the type of exercise where one is constantly engaging ‘core’ muscles, if carried out with the correct technique. After all, we stand for hours on end maintaining an upright position and supporting our entire body weight. Want a simple, yet effective way to develop your core? Just start to walk regularly.
Did you know that Glucose is a substance that is vital for maintaining willpower? Willpower is the effort we make to control our impulsive behaviour. Many of you reading this will be avid exercisers or the type of person who wishes to stay both healthy and balanced, pay close attention to what I am about to say, following on from my blog on acting on impulse.
Giving your body the boost of energy it deserves, will help you to plough efficiently and effectively through your weeks ‘to-do’ list. The following 5 exercises will help activate your mind and body to create a nice flow of calming energy for the day and week ahead.
Marathon season has well and truly started. The roads, parks, and lake trails are full of people training hard for potentially one of the longest races of their lives to date. The famous LONDON Marathon will be held this coming Sunday 23rd April. The long runs are completed and taper training is in full swing in readiness for the big day.
Squatting is known as the ‘king’ of exercises, as it is one of the most productive. However, it is difficult to both learn and master. Do not give up at the first hurdle, help is at hand.