Food Healthy v SweetsThis is something we come across all too often..

You’re making amazing progress in your workouts, tracking your nutrition and sticking to the plan your Trainer has provided you with. You've finally found a plan that works - and are seeing and feeling great results from it all too.

Nothing can stop you. You’re well on track towards that summer body you’ve always dreamt of!

Then out of nowhere, you’re tested...

Measurement waistFat has a been made the "bad guy" by the media in recent decades.

Fat has been said to be the reason for obesity, heart attacks, high blood pressure, high cholesterol and many other health problems, which in turn started a massive trend of 'low fat' products.

Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last 10 years, you'll have no doubt seen - and probably tried - many of these products yourself. Anything from low fat mayonaise, butters and yoghurts, to low fat cereals, deserts and ready meals.

Time to TrainThis is another one of those questions we're often asked by clients starting out with us...

"What is the optimal time for me to train in order to burn the most fat?"

You may have heard your stories of friends who have been training first thing in the morning and have reported more fat loss as a result.

Esting DISORDERWhat does it mean to have an eating disorder? 

Typically a person with an eating disorder will worry a lot about their weight and the foods they are eating. 

Normally an individual has a problem with eating if their eating behaviour or their attitudes about food and weight are taking pleasure out of life. 

If you, or someone you know, thinks they may have an eating disorder it is important to seek professional help.

Salmon and RiceIn today’s ever increasingly hectic world, stress is an unwelcome fixture in many lives.  Emotional stressors are something we have to deal with on an hourly basis, and we are frequently exposed to physical stressors too.

Habbit old and newLongterm lifestyle change can only happen if you create new habits. Can you remember brushing your teeth this morning? Probably not, but I can guarantee that you definitely did it. This is just one example of an engrained habit that you’ve been doing for most of your life. It’s a healthy habit, but in the same way, we can develop unhealthy habits over time too. Long term change to your health, fitness and overall wellbeing means strategically changing these unhealthy habits, into healthy ones.

WaterStaying adequately hydrated is something that many of us overlook on a day to day basis and as we are unable to store it, our water supplies are quickly diminished through everyday motions such as breathing, sweating, exercising and going to the toilet.

StepsAre you getting in that elusive 10,000 steps per day? Fear not! There are loads of easy ways to make up the miles.

We all know that leading a sedentary lifestyle is bad for your health and well-being. Sitting at a desk all day can also lead to poor posture, poor digestion and poor concentration levels! Getting just a little bit of exercise every day helps to reduce the risk or disease, prevents premature aging and keeps your brain fresh and happy!

Child Junk foodAt a time of year when we are all perhaps taking an unhealthier approach to life…it has now been suggested that we are facing a health crisis due to long term unhealthy lifestyles.

New Year ResoloutionIt’s time to make your New Year’s Resolutions! Follow my advice and set yourself some resolutions that will last.

Christmas FoodIt’s easy to let your fitness and nutrition programme slip over the holiday period – and it’s OK to take a rest and enjoy the festivities with your friends and family. Use my top tips to cushion the blow and stay in shape this Christmas!