Exercise: the appliance of science

Exercise: the appliance of science

  I think most of us believe we should exercise, but I often wonder if people really understand the health benefits of daily exercise have actually been scientifically proven? How else can one explain that 31% of the global population do not meet the recommended... read more
Summer fitness programmes

Summer fitness programmes

  As a Master Trainer one of the most important aspects of my job is to help people improve their personal knowledge about fitness. What I find works best is encouraging clients to ask me as many questions as possible, but what’s even more important is that they also... read more
Winning the confidence to build muscle

Winning the confidence to build muscle

  Muscle is a central topic within the wellness community, the very cornerstone of fitness and health. Now a new report from Public Health England and the Centre for Ageing Better recognises that muscle and bone strengthening are vital for health and future wellbeing.... read more
Age actively to fight frailty

Age actively to fight frailty

  From a health perspective, sitting comfortably isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, especially as we age. Many of us may view our later years as a time for us to put our feet up, have lots of cups of tea and spend most of our time sitting having a chat. Well, a new... read more
Resistance training: intensity explained

Resistance training: intensity explained

  In a time-short world, to maximise the returns on our resistance training it’s important to understand there are three main variables governing every training program or training cycle: Volume: the number of repetitions, sets and exercises of a specific body part or... read more

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