Training with intensity – stop faffing about!

Several times a week, I conduct in person classes which are performed at high intensity. In a CrossFit environment, people really get what this is meant to feel like. That 100% max out on the air bike that leaves your legs like jelly. The slam ball finisher which leaves you feeling your pulse in yourContinue reading “Training with intensity – stop faffing about!”

Cast a vote for the sort of person you want to be.

Today I want to talk about where you spend your money and time. Whether that’s on the things that support your vision of who you want to become, or take you further from it. Do you invest in a gym membership that you never use, because that casts a vote for the you that youContinue reading “Cast a vote for the sort of person you want to be.”

The obstacles in your path aren’t obstacles. They are the path.

Not finding the time to workout, or cook nutritious food because you’re too busy? It’s common to find that when the kids are off school, your carefully planned routines go out of the window. Or when work starts to get a little bit crazy, those self care rituals are the first to get chopped.  IContinue reading “The obstacles in your path aren’t obstacles. They are the path.”

How to fix a gym slump & regain your mojo.

Gym slumps are not often talked about with fitness professionals because we seem to want to give the impression we’re always meal prepping chicken and broccoli and training twice a day, loving it. The fact is gym slumps happen to everyone, including those of us who work in the industry, and I think it’s farContinue reading “How to fix a gym slump & regain your mojo.”

4 Ways to Overcome Gym Anxiety

You’re thinking about returning to the gym after a period away. It’s on your mind, but you’re feeling anxious and apprehensive about going.  Whether it’s your first time ever, or you’re just making the transition back into fitness, the gym can be a place of anxiety for some folks. It’s my sincere goal that everyoneContinue reading “4 Ways to Overcome Gym Anxiety”