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Easy Food Swaps to Lower Blood Sugar and Boost Energy Levels Fast

We all know that too much sugar is a bad thing. For many though cutting the sweet treats out completely is a daunting prospect. What I want to show you today is that there are easy swaps that you can make that will reduce the spikes in blood sugar that are so bad for you. … Continue reading Easy Food Swaps to Lower Blood Sugar and Boost Energy Levels Fast

Spring forward – This is how you can use the start of British Summer Time to get moving

It's British Summer Time! Here is hoping that there will be no more snow. It has been a long, cold winter and it is time for some sunshine. This is the ideal time to find your motivation and to get moving again. Over the winter we don't exercise as much as we planned. We have … Continue reading Spring forward – This is how you can use the start of British Summer Time to get moving

How a change in focus and talking to a coach will help you

Hands up if you are so busy running around that you struggle to find the time to sit down. I have had some lightbulb moments this week since sending my book manuscript away for editing. I have been so absorbed in writing, delivering training and looking after my family that it's been a complete blur. … Continue reading How a change in focus and talking to a coach will help you

What you should know about intermittent fasting and why it works

Have you heard of the 5:2 diet? A couple of years ago the bestseller chart was full of books claiming that this was the diet that would revolutionise the way we eat. I know lots of people who tried it and did see some great results. I have been reading widely about the benefits of … Continue reading What you should know about intermittent fasting and why it works

Commit to do 10,000+ steps for 12 days in March to win a free copy of my new book ‘Moving More’

Who watched the Michael Mosley programme 'The Truth about Getting Fit' on 31st January? I have spoken to so many people who took away the message from this episode that walking 10,000 steps a day is too hard and that there are more effective ways to achieve results. You can see the article here  and … Continue reading Commit to do 10,000+ steps for 12 days in March to win a free copy of my new book ‘Moving More’

40 days of Self-Care – taking a different approach to Lent in 2018

Here we are at the start of Lent. This is a time when many of us give something up for the 40 days and nights leading to Easter. Traditionally Christians have fasted and many chose to abstain from certain foods, habits or other vices. In previous years I have given up sugar, chocolate, wine and … Continue reading 40 days of Self-Care – taking a different approach to Lent in 2018

3 steps to find your path to a stronger, healthier & happier you with fit4evermore

I started fit4evermore seven years ago and it has been an amazing journey. My aim from the start was to use my own experience to help more of you to feel better about yourselves and to do more physically than ever before. There have been twists and turns along the way but my motivation remains … Continue reading 3 steps to find your path to a stronger, healthier & happier you with fit4evermore

Did the ‘Torch the Turkey’ fitness challenge work? Get set to face the February Flex Challenge

Here we are at the end of challenge 9 of 12. This month was the 'Torch the Turkey' cardio blast to get you moving after the excesses of Christmas. So was it a success or is the turkey still lurking? I threw myself into this challenge and actually found it really hard going to start … Continue reading Did the ‘Torch the Turkey’ fitness challenge work? Get set to face the February Flex Challenge

Why ‘not enough’ is bad for you and your ‘lightbulb’ moment

I firmly believe that 'we are what we repeatedly do.' Those are the words of Aristotle and he went on to write that 'Excellence, then, is not an act but a habit.' If we are what we repeatedly do, it then follows that how we think and approach everything day to day, directly impacts our … Continue reading Why ‘not enough’ is bad for you and your ‘lightbulb’ moment

7 reasons you need to get ‘Moving More – Your Path to a Stronger, Healthier, Happier You’

 Who knows that they need to do more for their health? Who is struggling with knowing what to do, never mind doing it? Have you got fitter but have no idea what your next step should be? Are you struggling to find time to work and look after the kids never mind do 10,000 steps … Continue reading 7 reasons you need to get ‘Moving More – Your Path to a Stronger, Healthier, Happier You’

Did the Plank Progression Challenge work? Get the free January ‘Torch the Turkey’ Challenge

It doesn't seem possible that we are already at the end of the 8th fit4evermore challenge. In May I pledged to run 12 challenges to boost your fitness and help you to see exactly what you are capable of. The core challenges certainly seem to be the most popular. I guess that is where we … Continue reading Did the Plank Progression Challenge work? Get the free January ‘Torch the Turkey’ Challenge

12 non fiction reads for inspiration, wellbeing & fitness

Are you looking for a good book to read over the holidays? I read avidly and have put together a list of 12 non-fiction books I would recommend. They all relate to health, fitness or wellbeing in some way and there should be something for everyone. I hope you find inspiration here. To find out … Continue reading 12 non fiction reads for inspiration, wellbeing & fitness

‘I am healthy and full of energy’ – is this what we should all be aiming for?

How about that for a positive affirmation? I hear from so many people everyday who want to feel better and to have enough energy to get through their day. Why are we so tired and stressed all the time? What can we do to change things? I can remember what it felt like to be … Continue reading ‘I am healthy and full of energy’ – is this what we should all be aiming for?

Self Care – giving yourself the priority you deserve without feeling guilt

You only have to open a magazine and you will find someone telling us that we need to take better care of ourselves. We all know what we should be doing but life takes over with work and family commitments. We can be full of good intentions but more often than not we wind up … Continue reading Self Care – giving yourself the priority you deserve without feeling guilt

FitPack 2 – At Home fitness plan – Half Price launch offer.

I love it when a plan comes together! It is so exciting to be launching my second 'At Home' fitness plan. Some of you will already have seen FitPack 1 and will be keen to get a new set of workouts to challenge you and increase your fitness further. As we are so close to … Continue reading FitPack 2 – At Home fitness plan – Half Price launch offer.

After the November Blast comes the December Plank Progression…

Well that really was a November Blast!! in 15 days I ran up and down the stairs more than 300 times, did more than 900 press ups, over 1800 plank rows and clocked in excess of 930 squats. I am worn out just reading that but I absolutely loved this challenge and was up at … Continue reading After the November Blast comes the December Plank Progression…

5 Steps to boost your brain health right now

We all get older but I am sure I am not alone in worrying about the ever growing numbers reported as suffering from various forms of dementia. The need to write shopping lists to avoid standing in the supermarket having no idea what I came in for and the frustration at forgetting what I went … Continue reading 5 Steps to boost your brain health right now

Learn 4 key lessons from my Personal Training clients

Each week I work with over 35 different clients and a number of these on more than one occasion. There are training sessions, massages, classes and lots of different variations of all the above. Today's blog is for anyone looking for some inspiration and to give a clear insight into what working with me could … Continue reading Learn 4 key lessons from my Personal Training clients

November Newsletter

We are definitely heading towards winter with all the autumn colours and fewer daylight hours. It will soon be Christmas and you can find my holiday details below as well as arrangements for sessions over the festive period. There is the chance to take advantage of a special offer to treat someone to a Gift … Continue reading November Newsletter