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Keeping Your Immune System Healthy For Winter

22.09.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

As we start to hurtle towards the winter, and cold season, I thought it would be a good idea to write about boosting your immune system.

The two biggest areas to focus your attention on in order to boost your immune system are gut health, and stress management.

Over 70% of your immune system is located in your gut. So, keep your gut happy by keeping junky food or things which don’t agree with you to a minimum, and instead make […]

Should You Eat Small Meals More Often – Or Full Meals Less Often?

9.09.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

Have you heard these ‘facts’ before?

“Eating small meals is best for energy, and helps you stay less hungry”

or

“If you don’t eat often enough, your body will go into starvation mode and store more fat”

Are they true?

Is it better to eat smaller meals more often, or bigger meals with longer breaks between?

Definitely: not true. There are no studies to show that eating smaller meals more often leads to an improved outcome, and the calorie-sparing effects […]

Choosing A Good Workout

2.09.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

When you’re thinking about starting a new workout routine, our first thoughts tend to be to simply move more. Which is super, and the absolute best first step you can take.

Often, we want to add in a specific workout too and, while the array of workouts available is vastly improved these days, there are plenty of fad type workouts which promise to help you lose weight and tone your *insert bodypart* by doing various strange looking, single-muscle focussed, exercises […]

Boris Wants Us To Lose Weight

29.07.2020
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So. Boris wants us all to join him on his quest to lose weight. Excellent! We have massive problems in this country with obesity and related health issues.

At last the attention of the country is on improving our health and fitness with the intention of improving our health and resilience rather than simply focussing on getting slimmer.

I’m hopeful that this may pave the way for more programs designed with health, resilience and longevity in mind, and less fad-type diet and exercise programs.

Boris has also been talking about how you don’t need a gym to […]

Choose One Problem At A Time

16.07.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

Changing your lifestyle in order to lose weight and improve your health can feel like something of a massive and overwhelming project.

The time and effort it takes to make changes can test even the most strong-willed of us, and to me, one solution is to make ONE change at a time.

Rather than trying to overhaul your entire life overnight, choose one area to focus all of your attention on improving. Often, changing one key habit is enough to unlock […]

How Much Weight Have You Gained?

9.07.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

There seem to be various numbers floating around, but apparently the average person has gained 0.6 stone during lockdown. That’s just shy of 4kg!

Apparently a third of us have gained significantly more than this too, and some of the numbers floating around are from over a month ago!

It sounds like a LOT of weight to gain doesn’t it. But, let’s break it down.

Of course there is way more to this, but it’s said that […]

Are Harder Workouts Better?

22.06.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

There is a general feeling that the harder the workout, the better it is. But this is not true.

There is a time for intense workouts – but the tough, complex workouts so often touted by the fitness industry as ‘the answer’ are beyond the capability of most of the people who sign up for them.

Time after time, I speak to clients who are fed up with the short term fixes which leave them burnt out and often injured. It doesn’t […]

In A Hurry To Get Back To Normal?

3.06.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it on Facebook or Instagram.

It feels like there’s some hint that life may start to return to normal, although we’re not there yet – there is some time now to take a look at how you want your approach to health and fitness to change for the future before your brain gets filled up with all the things it was filled up with before!

We’ve been waiting for the green light to get back on with life as it was before – but, if your […]

Are You Changing For The Better?

12.05.2020
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How is this going for you?

It’s starting to feel like there could be an end in sight to all this – perhaps we will be starting to venture out more often over the next few weeks.

If we’re being honest, we have ALL changed our usual eating and exercising habits over the last couple of months. Some things have changed for the better, and some for the worst.

Many of our previously decent diets and exercise habits have slipped. I know I have drowned some of mine in gin.

Many of us are a little apprehensive about the […]

Is It Wine O’Clock Yet?

6.05.2020
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I’ve recorded this email as a video as well. You can find it  on  Facebook  or  Instagram.

Is anyone else drinking a lot more these days? It feels like an effective way to separate the day from the evening doesn’t it?

Although I must admit, I seem to be separating my day from my evening earlier and earlier….

With this in mind, I thought we should take a look at how alcohol affects how you perform and recover – and how it affects your weight loss.

Of course, it’s not rocket science to know that drinking too much […]

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