Exercise From Home
As we find ourselves having to adapt to the new rules, we can’t keep putting parts of our life on …
Why is Boogie Bounce such a fantastic workout?
When I chose to become a Boogie Bounce Instructor 5 years ago, there were several reasons I chose Bo…
The Benefits of Exercising with a Friend or Partner
Whether you and your partner enjoy the same activities, go to the leisure centre together but then t…
Why is a colourful plate good for us?
As we enter a new year and a new decade, once again our focus turns to new year’s resolutions, goa…
The Importance of Self-Care Over the Festive Season
As we enter December, we find ourselves being pulled in many directions; the extra social events for…
Is a Fitness Tracker right for me?
As we head into a new decade, Fitness Trackers and Fitness Apps are an integral part of everyday lif…
The Importance of training the Glutes
Legs, Bums and Tums (LBT) has been around since the early 1990s and is still a staple on many fitnes…
When someone talks about meal planning, I don’t know about you, but I have visions of lots of plas…
Work Life Balance
Do you work to live? Or Live to work? What is your ideal work-life balance? Everyone has a differ…
Getting Ready for Summer!
Easter is over, the children are back in school, the better weather is (hopefully) on its way, so ho…
Exercise – not just good for your body, but also good for your mind
Over the past few years it has become more acceptable to talk about mental health, and, in particula…
The Basics of Kettlebell Training and why you should incorporate them into your weekly routine
You may wonder why I am adding a Kettlebell programme to the weekly timetable? After all, it means i…
What benefits are there to exercise which seems to be simply Fun & Games?
Traditionally exercise classes have been an individual pursuit, but have you noticed how you sometim…
What are the benefits of Strength Training?
You will have noticed I am very excited at the addition of a new style of Boogie Bounce Class to the…
10 tips to Survive the Party Season!
We are fast approaching the Party Season, where it’s really easy to undo all the hard work we have…
The Basic Building Blocks of Nutrition
Back at the end of February I spoke about how to work out your calories, using your BMR (Click here …
Some Common Myths Busted
“You shouldn’t lift weights; you’ll get big and bulky”. I’d probably be a millionaire by n…
The children are back in their routine; how do you get back into yours?
Summer is a challenge for sticking to that routine you had been following for months, whether it is …
School’s Out! How do I get my exercise in?
Routine goes out of the window for many people during the summer holidays/summer in general. Whether…
Ways To Measure Your Success
Is Weight Loss really what you want to achieve? In January I talked about Goal Setting, and n…
So Why Should I Do Yoga?
Have you ever asked yourself why Yoga seems to continue to increase in popularity? Have you noticed …
How Many Calories Should You Really Be Eating To Lose Weight?
In its simplest form weig…
What’s HIIT All About?
Every industry has its buzz words and acronyms, and the fitness industry has its fair share; som…
Goal Setting: How to Make 2018 Your Most Successful Year Yet
“By recording your dreams and goals on paper, you set in motion the process of becoming the pe…
Fitness After Injury: The Dos And Don’ts
There are few things worse than getting injured, especially when you’ve found a training flow. You…
Burn Fat By Gaining Muscle
The two most desired goals by most people are to lose body fat and to increase muscle tone. While th…
The Joy And Power Of Diet
We all know that eating right is important. That doesn’t necessarily mean we like doing it, though…
How To Eat, Workout And Be Happy
We all want to feel great. Although sometimes the thought of going to the gym or working out is too …