September 17, 2019

We’re headed to that time of year, when the nights draw in, the days get shorter and seems like sunshine, lovely warm weather and holidays are a million miles away.  This is when we start to feel the ‘Winter blues’, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD). This is common...

August 28, 2019

There are so many reasons why fitness and exercising as you grow older, (or mature), is such an important thing to do.  This is a ‘broad brush’ blog which just gives you some basic reasons why you need to get your trainers on, get into some comfortable clothes and get...

August 13, 2019

Keeping a track of our activity and food consumed are all important pieces of data that help us live healthier, more active lives. Often we don’t stress the importance of rest and why our bodies needs days off and some downtime!  I’m a big culprit of not taking time of...

June 14, 2019

How do I change my eating habits? Read my top tips for a healthier diet without making drastic changes to your life!

March 22, 2019

Sport and generally keeping fit has always been something I’ve enjoyed, as a child raised by a Royal Marine and living in Cornwall, ‘route marches’ across Bodmin Moor was something we did for ‘family fun’! I loved swimming, cycling and horse riding. In spite of that, i...

December 12, 2018

We waste so much of life’s fleeting moments by doing things like complaining. We complain about our parents and then miss the precious years we have left with them. We complain about our kids, and in the blink of an eye, they’re grown and gone. We complain about gettin...

December 10, 2018

The second blog post in my Christmas Survival series is all about surviving the dreaded hangover which can interrupt your fitness training! Follow these tips to help you avoid a hangover at Christmas and still enjoy the party season.

Stock up on eggs

There are two toxic...