Female fitness

Ladies, avoid these old school myths and finally see some real results in the gym

I see it every day, ladies hitting the gym 5 times a week, sweating it up, wearing the latest Lululemons and loving life. They are ready to SERIOUSLY hit some goals because summer is coming! The treadmill does not know what is about to hit it! Then I see the same ladies 6 weeks later, looking less eager, tired, uninspired. They tell me, I haven’t … Continue reading Ladies, avoid these old school myths and finally see some real results in the gym

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The Motivation Myth

Your success will depend almost entirely on how well you can motivate yourself. Consider: a self-motivated but otherwise average person always outperforms a genius who can’t get going. When it comes to achieving any goal, having a propelling reason behind why you want to accomplish it is the number 1 key to of success. However, if your motivation is purely for external rewards to buy … Continue reading The Motivation Myth

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Answering the three most common questions I get asked as a Personal Trainer..

Every day as a Personal Trainer I hear more or less the same questions just asked in different ways. I have the same conversations about fat loss, getting stronger about sets and reps and of course getting abs. Here are the three most common questions I get as a personal trainer: Will I get bulky? This question is 100% from females, so guys read on. … Continue reading Answering the three most common questions I get asked as a Personal Trainer..

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How to stop hating exercise and learn to enjoy movement

Learning to move your body in a regular, mindful and enjoyable way is fundamental to our physical and mental health. Here are my top tips to fall in love with movement again. Reset your mindset We are surrounded by messages that fitness equals abs and it is very easy to start a fitness routine with an aesthetic goal. But exercise gives you many other benefits like … Continue reading How to stop hating exercise and learn to enjoy movement

Top 5 tips for exercising whilst in Eating Disorder Recovery

Integrating exercise or movement back into a routine when you’re recovering from an Eating Disorder can be challenging, here are my top tips to help you get started. 1. Start slow, and have a plan and stick to it. Work on integrating one movement session into your normal routine and feeling comfortable with that before building to the next one. Work out the time frame … Continue reading Top 5 tips for exercising whilst in Eating Disorder Recovery