Winter is coming, which means it may get tougher and tougher to get your morning workout in at the gym. As the days grow shorter, and mornings get colder, hitting the snooze button over heading to the gym might seem like a no-brainer. Fortunately, keeping up the habit of an active lifestyle when the temperatures drop has never been easier. Here we’ve included tips to … Continue reading Winter is coming… tips to keep your routine alive through the winter months
Whether you want to lose weight, gain weight, or just begin a more active and healthy lifestyle, setting goals is vital to seeing the results you are looking for. A great way to approach your goals is to think SMART. The SMART principle helps you structure and track your objectives, as well as giving you a good idea of what you can achieve in a … Continue reading Goal Setting
What’s your excuse? What’s stopping you from making that change you so desperately want to make in your life? I know, I know. You’re starting tomorrow, or Monday, or next week. The funny thing is, all too often, tomorrow/Monday/next week never seem to come around. Sound familiar? There seems to be an epidemic of procrastination, especially within the health and fitness world. As a trainer, … Continue reading What’s Stopping You?
Ingredients: Serves 4 1 tbsp coconut oil 1 onion, chopped 450g chicken breast 165g jar Korma paste 2 garlic cloves, crushed 500g Sweet Potato, cut into small chunks 400g can chopped tomato 100g baby spinach Basmati rice, to serve Method: Heat the oil in a pan, add the onion and cook over a low heat for about 5 mins until softened. Increase the heat … Continue reading Chicken & Sweet Potato Curry
Stoptober is a 28 day long event run each October during which participants are encouraged to stop smoking. Public Health England created the annual campaign and continues to fund it. The idea is that participants pledge themselves to not smoke during the 28 day period, with a mind to giving up altogether. Over 250000 smokers took part last year and even more are expected to … Continue reading Stoptober.. because there’s only one you.
The only fuel you need to walk is food and drink. Cars, on the other hand are very expensive and inefficient in their fuel consumption. You can reduce your carbon footprint by walking shorter journeys instead of driving. You’ll also save on petrol costs, not to mention the health benefits! I am sure most of us are guilty including myself of driving a car on … Continue reading Environmental benefits of walking