The Joy of Having a Fitness Buddy

Published on :

Committing to a training schedule is difficult at the best of times. It’s made trickier still by working full-time and not to mention, having kids! Even the best-made intentions can be thrown by the simplest of events – unscheduled meetings, a bad day at school, or an unexpected playdate… the […]

Do numbers matter?

Published on :

Numbers seem to dominate the ‘fitness’ world at times. What’s your PB? How much can you lift? How much do you weigh? What’s the optimum macro division? But I have to question – does it really matter? On the one hand… Paying attention to numbers can be a great way […]

The Nipple Vest

Published on :

Do you ever worry what you look like at the gym? As most gyms have walls of mirrors you can’t help but see what you look like whilst working out. In my mind, this naturally leads to worry about looking like an idiot. I used to deal with this by […]

Keeping Weight Off

Published on :

Last Autumn, I decided that enough was enough and that I was going to lose the last of my ‘baby weight.’ I knew that whilst this was achievable alone, I would have a lot more success if I had an expert to help me. Upon meeting Jasmine Chu, co-founder of […]

New Fitness Goals

Published on :

May’s addition of Women’s Health magazine has an article by Speedo advertising their #MAKE1KWET campaign. The idea is that by following their training plan, you can coach yourself to swim 1K in the same time it would take to run 5K or cycle 10K in just three months. My problem […]