• 17/10/2016

    Training in your First Trimester

    Well first of all Congratulations on your fantastic news, you must be over the moon!   However, I also do understand the trials that come with being pregnant in the first trimester…fatigue (and lots of it), nausea/vomiting and possibly the biggest lack of all –  motivation. The unfortunate...

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  • 08/01/2013

    You want to lose weight….now what?

    I have been getting quite a few requests on how someone should approach a fat-loss goal in terms of diet and exercise. The first thing you need to know; which I’m sure many of you do is that, in order to lose weight, you need to consume less calories than you burn; Period. Yes, it’s

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  • 12/12/2012

    Top 3 Bodyweight Exercises

    I’m a huge believer in simplicity. Keeping exercise and workouts simple is vital for success. Nothing is more demotivating than a complex workout with lots of confusing exercises. Recently I’ve been experimenting with one exercise per day bodyweight workouts. Push Ups are great and so are many other...

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  • 03/12/2012

    The Magnificence of Mobility

    Hello and welcome to my blog, I do hope you will enjoy my updates on health, fitness and nutrition. I would like to start by writing about something very close to my heart and something that I use with alot with my clients and the results they have acheived and enjoyed by using this type of

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  • 12/11/2012

    Every Runners Nightmare

    Before we highlight the more common injuries in running, we should first of all navigate around the potential causes of these problems, which for the most part are chronic in nature and the result of overuse. I like to use the acronym BEET when explaining the causative factors in running injuries: B...

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