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    2018 Resolutions

    In January this year I shared my 2017 resolutions. They were: Uncouple my happiness from other peoples acceptance Be present more and disconnect from my phone Use my pockets of time more efficiently Generally things went well. I care less about what people think of me and I’m much more efficient...

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    Monday Munch: Do I need to go to the gym?

    There seems to be a new gym opening every 2 minutes nowadays. Everywhere you look there are gyms for £12/month or sometimes even less. Some go up to as much as £100/month or even £150/month. There is a common trend amongst all of them though. And it is this: The average gym member goes to

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    2017 Resolutions

    So like a lot of people I’ve made a few resolutions for 2017. Unlike a lot of people none of mine revolve around health or fitness. I’m not saying it’s a good or a bad thing, everyones resolutions are personal to them. Or should be anyway. Here I share my 3 resolutions for 2017. 1....

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    Why You Might Not Lose Weight Straight Away

    I often see people jump into a new fitness regime and get dispirited if they don’t immediately start dropping lbs hand over fist. The reality is, the scales are one of many ways to measure your progress and initially they probably aren’t a good choice. You will lose weight sooner or later...

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    Personal Training Or Gym: Which Is Right For You?

    There are lots of ways out there to get in shape and stay in shape. Two of the most popular ways are Gyms and Personal Training. The sad fact is that many people choose the wrong option to help them get in, and stay in, shape so here I’m going to help you identify which

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    Why you never need to jog again!

    So, you think you need to go jogging to do cardio? It’s a really common viewpoint and a concern some people have when they start working with us. After all, the majority of the work we do is based around weights (dumbells, barbells, bodyweight) so it’s obvious how exercising with that equipment...

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    How to drink alcohol and still lose weight

    Booze. A lot of fitness professionals would tell you not to drink it at all if you want to lose body fat. That’s not my style I’m afraid… But there’s no getting away from the fact that the more you drink the slower you will lose fat and, even if your nutrition is spot on,

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    The Valley Of Despair (aka why you keep losing then gaining weight…)

    Whilst I love the fact that most of the people we work with get results I’m also fascinated by those who don’t. Those who start and get good results but then quit before they get to their end goal. Or those who jump through the hoops to start working with us but don’t show for

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    Why you NEED to eat fat to lose fat (oh and for optimal health!)

    Dietary fat, i.e. fat that you eat, has several key roles to play in the body and getting enough of it is crucial to lose body fat and achieve optimal health. Fat has had a pretty bad rap for decades but we are finally starting to acknowledge that actually it’s crucial. Here’s why: Provides...

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    4 reasons you should lift weights to lose body fat and achieve optimal health (and why you won’t look like a bodybuilder!)

    Lifting weights to lose body fat is fast gaining acceptance in mainstream media and fitness publications, which is great. Coaches have known this for a long time but with the mainstream publications finally catching up that message will be broadcast to a wider audience which is only going to be a good...

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