Use these 7 strategies to deal with your stress

Stress is a major problem for many of us. Even thinking about stress can send your heart racing and have you panicking that you are doing a poor job with work, family and friends. 'Slow down' and 'Take time out' are the solutions we are given that will supposedly help us to cope and to … Continue reading Use these 7 strategies to deal with your stress

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

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

Too busy/stressed/overwhelmed??? Finding ways to cope & let go

Time for a confession. I am a control freak. I like things to be done my way and I can be pretty hard to deal with if I feel like I am out of control. Sounding familiar? Talking to friends and clients I think that it is pretty common for busy working mums to feel … Continue reading Too busy/stressed/overwhelmed??? Finding ways to cope & let go

Keeping it simple – my top 5 tips to support your body as you age

Hands up if you are sick of trying to work out what to do to be as healthy as possible and to stay active as you get older. You hear all kinds of advice every day telling you to do this, eat that, only to find the complete opposite in another article. So what should you be … Continue reading Keeping it simple – my top 5 tips to support your body as you age

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

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.

‘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

Exciting new launch – ‘Take Control of Sugar’ goes solo

Announcing the launch of my new 'Take Control of Sugar' brand. I started offering my plans in March 2016 and until now they have been an add on to my fit4evermore business. I am so excited that the time has come to take it to the next stage and create a 'Take Control of Sugar' … Continue reading Exciting new launch – ‘Take Control of Sugar’ goes solo

30 Burpees for 15 days – how hard could it be?

Social media is full of fitness challenges with squats, lunges and planks to name a few. I struggle to endorse many of these as they are huge repetitions of one very specific movement which for some could cause very real muscular imbalances. So when the Burpee challenge popped up I smiled. A burpee (for those … Continue reading 30 Burpees for 15 days – how hard could it be?

Dealing with mental health issues and how exercise can really help

We are hearing a lot about mental health in the media at the moment with 'Heads Together' adding Royal 'weight' to the awareness campaign. Seeing high profile faces talking about their mental health struggles is having a real impact on us all. I am sure that I wasn't alone in being moved to tears at some … Continue reading Dealing with mental health issues and how exercise can really help

Launch of my FitPack – you can now train with me wherever you are!

Do you need to do more exercise but it never quite happens? Are you unsure what to do and don't feel confident in the gym or at classes? Can you not find an option that suits your schedule? Are you short of time and need a plan that will get results? Here is the solution … Continue reading Launch of my FitPack – you can now train with me wherever you are!

What writing my book this week taught me about finding time in a busy schedule 

Wow - life can be busy. School holidays add a whole new level of crazy with a 13th Birthday, Easter and a Half Marathon! So, in the midst of all the chaos I had scheduled time to focus on the next stage of writing my book.  You will remember that I had asked for volunteers … Continue reading What writing my book this week taught me about finding time in a busy schedule 

Chi Running, Yoga & why we all need to relax to improve

I signed up for a 'Chi Running & Yoga' day with Nick Constantine and Mark Russell after it had been recommended by a client who had been last year. It is no secret that running is my nemesis. I can make myself do it and have completed a range of distances up to a half … Continue reading Chi Running, Yoga & why we all need to relax to improve

Struggling with knee pain – find out what you can do to help

Knee pain is becoming a reality for an ever growing number of people. Joint replacements are more common as the years go on but are a last resort given their limited lifespan. So the big question is what can we do to protect our knees and keep ourselves pain free for as long as possible? … Continue reading Struggling with knee pain – find out what you can do to help

What do you see when you look in the mirror?

Every day I get involved in change and transformation.  The clients I work with are looking for help with something.  This could be increasing strength and mobility, being ready to complete an event or to lose weight and tone up.  All of these involve change and we all react very differently to meeting new challenges … Continue reading What do you see when you look in the mirror?

Fitness Trackers – the latest gimmick or a worthwhile investment?

Everywhere you look you will see someone wearing a fitness tracker. People of all shapes, sizes and ages. You can spend as little or as much as you like but is it actually worth investing at all? A Fitness tracker will monitor the number of steps you do in a day, the quality of your … Continue reading Fitness Trackers – the latest gimmick or a worthwhile investment?

‘Living the fitness dream’

Climbing out of the car, less than enthused at the prospect of running I bumped into a couple of familiar faces.  After the usual catch up and me moaning at being about to run, one commented that 'it wasn't so great living the fitness dream today.'  Plodding along one foot in front of the other … Continue reading ‘Living the fitness dream’

Hands up if you need more energy

Getting up in the morning feeling as if you haven't slept?  Afternoon slump?  Dozing off on the sofa in the evening?  Are any of these familiar? Why are we so tired and lacking energy and what can we do to change things? It will come as no surprise that the answer lies in how well … Continue reading Hands up if you need more energy