How often have you set yourself a goal and then within a matter of weeks have given up and felt worse than when you started? I think that most of us can come up with a list of things that we would love to achieve from fitting into a particular outfit to climbing a hill … Continue reading 5 practical tips to smash your goals, feel great and aim higher next time
'I have sore knees. I don't run or jump. I have to be really careful.' That was 15 months ago. We have now fast forwarded to 'There is a Couch to 5k running group starting at lunchtimes and I thought that could maybe give it a go'. Can you feel my smile? Does that inspire … Continue reading How you can start your running journey – even if you don’t believe you can run
'Give me the 2 biggest challenges you face right now with regards to health/fitness/mindset?' I asked this question in my Facebook Group with a pretty good idea what the responses would be. It was great to see so many comments and I certainly wasn't surprised to find that 'time' or rather the lack of it, … Continue reading Shift your mindset & stop using lack of time as an excuse
Imagine what it would feel like to have enough energy to get through your day. No mid afternoon slump or frazzled mood as you race home to cook dinner and deal with everyone else's demands whilst trying desperately not to lose the plot. How good would that feel? Now think about how great it would … Continue reading How to reclaim your energy and your waistline
I am going to tell you a story. Once upon a time there was a girl who hated PE lessons at school. She would do anything to get out of lessons whether it was hockey, tennis, basketball or athletics. It wasn't that she was unfit. She danced every week at school, after school and at … Continue reading Change your story – find out how you can become the hero and transform
I did it! It is such an amazing feeling when you realise that you have achieved that goal that you have been working so hard on for so long. Almost 8 years ago I took the plunge and set up my own business. It was scary, daunting and I made myself dream big and to … Continue reading Be intentional – how to successfully achieve your goals.
I am often asked what can be done to help to improve health. This could be related to digestion, to sleeping or to feeling down and lacking energy. In the last couple of weeks I have found myself talking to more and more clients about kefir and the difference that drinking it regularly can make. … Continue reading Gut Health, Stress & why Kefir will help
Do we ever really know what is going on with the people around us? How often do you hear someone say something and wonder what has made them react that way? It can be hard when you feel out of control to keep all the plates spinning and to act as if everything is okay. … Continue reading Struggling to cope? How a little kindness can go a long way.
Is this you? 'I used to be full of energy but now seem to be dragging myself through the day. I used to sleep well but now find myself lying awake night after night. I now feel anxious about things that I would have done without a second thought. I feel bloated when I eat … Continue reading Practical help to get you through the menopause (sleep deprivation, low energy, bloating & more)
Alcohol is probably the least popular topic in the health and fitness world and at the same time is the one that I am asked about all the time. Is it okay to drink alcohol? If so, how much is safe? Should you give it up altogether or make sure you have some days each … Continue reading The Truth about Alcohol – finding a balance that works for you
Have you ever seen an ad or a post for an event or trip that has really caught your attention? Having looked at the details and then scrolled away, have you then found yourself coming back to it later? It could be an activity that you have always wanted to try, a career opportunity or … Continue reading Create your wish list & discover what you can do when you really try
Last week I ran a free fitness challenge with a WhatsApp chat for support and accountability. It was primarily for my clients but I was thrilled to have some new faces getting involved and engaging in the group. There were swims, runs, circuits, sprint rows and lots of walks. My aim was to keep everyone … Continue reading Your chance to choose the next fit4evermore Fitness Challenge
'I'm so busy' 'I don't have any time.' That is probably the most common objection I hear from clients. We could be talking about exercising at home, meal planning, food preparation or taking time to relax. My answer is always the same - 'you can always find the time if it is important enough.' Read … Continue reading Tips to feed your family, get organised & find time for self care
'It is Monday morning and once again you promise yourself that you are going to do more exercise this week.' Does that sound familiar? Perhaps you regularly run or go to a class but can never quite commit to another session each week. It could be that you really don't know where to start by … Continue reading Join my free 7 day Fitness Challenge & Prize Draw – 10-16 September
Open any fitness magazine or scroll through fitness posts on your newsfeed and you will find workouts for you to do at home. Bodyweight, Kettlebells, Tabata and HIIT are all regular features. They all look great telling you what to do and highlighting which muscles you will be working. But what about injuries or weaknesses … Continue reading Easy ways to adapt home workouts to avoid injury
You need new trainers but where do you start? There are so many different brands, fits and prices. It can be overwhelming trying to make a choice. Here is my simple guide to help you to find the 'right' trainers for you. Please share with friends and family too! Fit It is important to start … Continue reading Quick Guide to buying the right training shoes for you
Are you looking forward to your summer holiday? Or perhaps you are back at work and feeling miserable now that it is over. In years gone by the trend was to take an annual two week holiday over the summer. According to research by British Airways, 69% of Brits no longer take a two week … Continue reading Should you take a 2 week summer holiday?
We are all individuals. That said, we are all human and our bodies are meant to move. The need for us to exercise is increasingly the loudest message that we are hearing in the media. From brain health to heart health to mental health, exercise is now cited as the number one action that will … Continue reading Don’t let Sitting disease be your future – 8 ways to overcome your sedentary life
Making changes can be hard and takes determination. It seems so much harder to lose weight than to put it on. Getting fitter takes commitment and can feel like a huge challenge. I have had a few conversations over the last week about slow progress and struggling to keep momentum. What I want to do … Continue reading Back to Basics – Expert advice on how to hit your weight loss goals
Confession time - I am a Podcast Geek. I love hearing about other peoples stories and being inspired. l love that they can play in the car, whilst I am on the treadmill or when I am having a coffee. I can do something else whilst listening. One of my favourites is Oprah's 'Supersoul Conversations.' … Continue reading Find a Way – facing the impossible and daring to dream