Following the success of client Lizzie Lee in the Barcelona Half Marathon I felt inspired to write about returning to exercise after childbirth and the importance of seeking professional advice with regards to post natal exercise. Lizzie who is 37, hit a half marathon PB of 1.13.23 only 8 […]


Most people who train on a regular basis understand the many physical and psychological benefits of working out. We see and feel the positive influence it has on our overall health and well-being. However, what we appreciate to a much lesser extent is the importance and the role that rest […]

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS): A Tax on Exercise

The after effects of an intense Met Con and Tabata session yesterday has brought me to the idea of writing a blog post on delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). I would bet the world that at least one person reading this post is suffering with DOMS at this present moment […]

Avoid Overtraining in the January Fitness Rush

January 2018 is nearly upon us and inevitably most of us will have gained a few extra pounds over the festive period. Plans to lose that extra weight, get fit and feel great again will be set into motion as soon as our New Year hangover wears off. While it […]

Tips for Staying Fit and Healthy During Christmas

Christmas is a fantastic time of the year to spend quality time with our family and friends and it should be celebrated accordingly but it’s also the time of year where motivation levels often drop to an all-time low. We have a few days off work and have a tendency […]

Consistently ok, can be great

Too often we see people doing too much too soon. Trying a new training or nutritional plan that’s simply too extreme to sustain or simply doesn’t suit your lifestyle, time or facilities. Ask yourself how many New Years resolutions have you held until Valentines Day?? Consistency is far better than rare […]