Surprising facts about which animal foods enhance health and which you should consider reducing. (always consume lots of plants alongside meat) Throughout the process of evolution, humans not only relied on animal organs and muscle meats for survival, these foods also fueled the development of our amazing brains to give us capabilities beyond those […]
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For both men & women, modern living, poor diets, lack of exercise and stress all contribute to a range of health issues. Osteoporosis is becoming more common amongst men and has always been an issue for women, especially when going through any hormonal changes. However, its not all bad news. Exercise in many forms can […]
Coming soon….. my booklet on how to take command of your health, what you need to commit in order to develop life-long fitness and why your brain & body need certain nutritional elements to flourish. I will add this as a downloadable file soon.
Many of my clients are runners – aspiring marathoners to sub-40 minute 10k people…. What do they have in common? The one thing they have in common is a tendency to not warm up thoroughly enough thus picking up lower leg injuries. Of course, its not just about a lack of warm-up. It goes […]
Ultrasound Body Composition Assessment What is it? – Using the latest portable ultrasound technology from the USA we scan 1, 3 or 7 sites to measure tissue thickness & evaluate body composition Does it hurt? Are there any risks? – The process is completely non-invasive and an overview can be done by simply scanning your […]
In this article we look at the symptoms of overtraining and talk to an elite cyclist and former Team GB canoeist about their experiences. Intense, regular working out, running, cycling, CrossFit [insert your favourite sport or gym workout here] can be motivating & addictive along with a huge grin factor. Its fabulous to spend time doing […]
Well that was one warm race on Sunday. Personally I like running in the warmer weather as, mentally, I feel it keeps the achilles tendons, calves and MT joints nice and warm. In the warm conditions there were several runners suffering from dehydration. Many of them were in club colours and I would have expected […]
Just 8 weeks before the event I got a wildcard entry to Trail Marathon Wales when a Bristolian fell-runner pulled out due to injury. What training could I fit into that narrow arrow slit of a window? Prep consisted of a couple of road 10 milers for the Chester 1/2 marathon, one solo 12 mile […]
Why is it always such a rush to get to bed in our house? I’m sure that if you are anything like me, and I am not atypical in any sense, just maybe a little OCD…, then getting to bed at a decent time to score some decent quality regenerative rest is not as easy […]