In the new year, people often have resolutions to get fit and healthy. That is why we are running our 6 week body and lifestyle challenge. Often when we start a new exercise program, despite our best intentions, we get injured. This is exactly what happened to me last week, I managed to hurt my leg by pushing myself a little too hard. The question to ask yourself is "What do I do now?". Continue reading to find out
I am not a big fan of doing cardio but I know that it is important. Over the last year (and more regularly, the last 3-4 months) I have been a 20 minute HIIT workout three times a week which has worked wonders for me. In this post I will show you what this workout entails and why I like it so much.
When it comes to training and diet, I always think of the quote “you can never out train a poor diet”. What you are putting into your body is a major factor in what it could look and feel like. If you are wanting to have a “6 pack” you WILL need to have a good diet. Diet is such a big topic and there are so many different ‘diets’ or ways of eating out there (I don't even like using the term 'diet' as it has so many negative connotations for lots of people). In this post I will show you the approach has worked wonders for me. I would encourage you to read it and see what you think and make a decision on whether you would like to try it or not. As I said, there are lots of different approaches out there, this is simply one approach.
Over the last year I have followed the eating plan designed by ‘The Robards Method’ and follow what they call the 7-2-1 philosophy. Continue reading to see what it is all about.
This year we are going to be running our first 6 week body and lifestyle challenge from January 14 - February 25. The aim of this FREE challenge is simple, to get your new year off to a great start, make some new healthy habits and FEEL GREAT. Do you want to get involved? Continue reading to see how to participate.
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