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I’m not a runner and other tales we tell ourselves….

Do you find yourself saying that you do something and then in the next phrase almost apologise for it? Take a client who recently talked me through the 10k running programme that she had successfully completed and who then declared 'but I am not a runner.' I hear this all the time and not just … Continue reading I’m not a runner and other tales we tell ourselves….

What you will learn by stepping outside your comfort zone

The opportunities we take and the experiences we have shape who we are and what we achieve. When you look back you see a series of moments that came about as a result of things you did, decisions you made and chances you did or didn't take. Todays blog is all about why seizing the … Continue reading What you will learn by stepping outside your comfort zone

August Newsletter

Here are all the dates and opportunities for you to get fit and healthy in August. I am away on holiday from 29th July until Wednesday 2nd August after which my diary is back to normal. It hardly seems possible that we are so far through the summer holidays already. If you have just got … Continue reading August Newsletter

Looking for a fitness challenge? Get ready for my free August Core Challenge

Each month sees a fit4evermore Challenge that will improve your fitness and get you to commit to 15 days of activity. Each challenge is different and for August it is all about your core. To get your email with all the¬†details you need to have signed up for the challenge series here.¬†For July I set … Continue reading Looking for a fitness challenge? Get ready for my free August Core Challenge

Holidays – a change of pace, time to reflect and connect with family

Who remembers the days when we spent our time worried about babies sleeping through the night, feeding, weaning, walking and saying their first words? We talked about who was doing what, how to deal with tantrums and ways to hide vegetables in food. And now in a flash they are as big as we are, … Continue reading Holidays – a change of pace, time to reflect and connect with family

Why we all need a weekend of Yoga and Hiking in the Lake District.

Slowing down and taking the time to relax has been on my list of priorities for the last 18 months or so. Those of you who follow my blog or train with me know that I have really had to 'work' at changing pace and not race along at 100 miles an hour day in, … Continue reading Why we all need a weekend of Yoga and Hiking in the Lake District.

Smart Snacking is the key to losing weight and controlling your cravings

Why is it that the minute you start being careful about what you eat, you think about food all the time? Smart snacking can really help you to stay in control and to keep those cravings at bay. You can follow my 5 tips to fill you up with important nutrients and to maintain your … Continue reading Smart Snacking is the key to losing weight and controlling your cravings

Why the ‘5 Day Sugar Challenge’ works and why you should try it in July too.

You will have seen details of my '5 Day Sugar Challenge' and may even have thought about giving it a go. I am pleased to say that all went well and there are now more converts to a life with more control of sugar. We are not excluding sugar or any other food groups here … Continue reading Why the ‘5 Day Sugar Challenge’ works and why you should try it in July too.

Why reviewing your 2017 goals at the 6 month mark is key to success.

At the start of 2017 I set out my goals for the year and shared these with you all. As we approach the end of June this is a great time to reflect and look at the progress made so far. All too often we set ourselves targets, start full of focus and then berate … Continue reading Why reviewing your 2017 goals at the 6 month mark is key to success.

‘Going the Distance’ with the July Challenge

Here is part 3 of the fit4evermore Challenge Series. For May there was a Burpee Challenge and in June a Skipping Challenge. For July it is all about increasing the distance that you cover in the 15 days. I can already here the objections that you don't run or that you can't do that but … Continue reading ‘Going the Distance’ with the July Challenge