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  • Burn off your chocolate calories with this quick, Easter related workout: Obviously perform 5-10 minute warm up before completing these exercises.  Some exercises are of a plyometric nature so only perform if you are of reasonable fitness level with no injuries.  Make sure you keep good form all the time.   Repeat the following 3 […]

  • When you think about it, every day is composed of one behaviour or habit followed by another.  Some new adventures are thrown in there occasionally.  For example, what do you do when you first get up, some may put the kettle on, some may get in the shower straight away, when you get dressed, do […]

  • If you’re active and knowledgeable about health and fitness but still not reaching your goals and not in the shape you wish to be in, then you are probably just missing one or two crucial things. – A number of people will admit to me that when things get busy for them then their health […]

  • Last weekend, Lewis and I led a group of 20 women on a training weekend in the South Downs National Park.  In 6 weeks time these women will embark on a ‘once in a lifetime’ expedition to the Arctic Circle.  During their expedition they will be taking on activities such as snowshoeing, nordic walking, shelter […]

  • Christmas is a time for celebrating with family and friends, and one time where you feel like you can indulge in lots of scrummy food. We have almost come to accept that we may put on a few pounds over Christmas.  So yes, like I said before it is perhaps the one time I will […]

  • A couple of weeks ago I got you all to answer 3 questions: What food means to you, what exercise means to you and what health means to you.  There were some really interesting answers, so I thought I would write a post and highlight some of my favourites and more interesting ones.   Words […]

  • Festive Treats

    By Admin | In Exercise and Nutrition Tips and Advice | on December 3, 2013

    Christmas is I guess a time of over indulgence.   It is followed by an outburst of ‘New Years Resolutions’ where people are trying desperately to work off all those festive treats. Well I thought I’d just put a post up today not to make you feel guilty as ‘hey its Christmas’ and I’m no […]


    By Admin | In Exercise and Nutrition Tips and Advice | on November 20, 2013

    It’s great to cook with seasonal vegetables.  At this time of year red cabbage, white cabbage, savoy cabbage, leeks, spring greens, carrots, cauliflower and KALE are all in season. So why is Kale so good for us: 1. Firstly Kale grows best in a cool climate; exposure to frost even improves the flavour.  So its […]

  • Many of you may be thinking about new year plans already.  Maybe you are being wise and working off some excess weight in preparation for a heavy Christmas period. You need a sensible training program whatever your goal and whoever you are. The following is my Top 12 Essentials for any program. 1. You control […]

  • Sports Massage Can Benefit A Whole Range Of People Do you suffer from shoulder and neck tension? Do you suffer from tension headaches? Do you suffer with lower back pain? Do you struggle to get out of bed in the morning, taking 10 minutes for your muscles to ease up? Do you exercise or play […]

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