If you know me, either personally or through the Internet, then you probably know that I am a bit of a fit bunny (but I was not like that for a very long time). I am always picking up a bar or a weight, jumping around, throwing myself on the floor for some burpees (I do not […]
We are technically on week two of the year, and by now, a bunch of us have already started giving up on our New Year resolutions… We all start the year with the best intentions, we vow to eat healthier, lose weight, quit smoking and exercise more. Once the holidays are over, and we are […]
Whenever anyone asks me about why I became a personal trainer and just assumes I’ve always been into sports and fitness, I always respond with I used to hate exercise, and people get surprised. It’s true, though, growing up I hated P.E. although I had never really thought about why until recently. This last week […]
This past weekend I dipped my toe into race events for the first time. Well, that’s not entirely true, I’ve volunteered and marshalled races before, but I had never been a PT at a race. This Saturday I actually led the warm up for the Run for Diabetes 5k – 10k + Fun Run organised […]
I’ve recently started working at a gym as a personal trainer, a big name gym actually. And I couldn’t be happier. I decided that I wanted the security of a salary for now, and knowing I have a space in which to train my clients. I sent out applications to a bunch of gyms in […]
If your goal is to change the way you look, or to improve your health by the time summer comes, you need to start working now.
Last year I took part in a fitness challenge. I joined full of excitement and ready to take on the challenge and smash my objectives.
There are many fitness apps out there, but you only need a handful of them. Here are the seven apps that I use regularly on my mobile phone.
When I was growing up, we had PE classes at school, and between the bullying I suffered and that I wasn’t particularly skilled, I hated them.
Starting a new fitness schedule is daunting and when we can’t see any improvement, it’s easy to give up. Here are seven tips to stick to your new fitness schedule.