Today I want to share a story with you about a little BIG thing called FEAR. This morning I went to Functional Threshold Power (FTP) training at Tribe Ride…. I’d been putting it off for ages dreading that I wouldn’t be fit enough and that I wouldn’t to make it through the session, as the instructors … Continue reading What are you putting off because of fear?
"I'd love to do more exercise, but I don't have time" "I'm too busy to get to the gym" Sound familiar? I’ve said these words before. And I hear them a lot from clients I work with. What I want to ask today is…”where are you spending your time?” More specifically, “where are you spending … Continue reading You have 72 free hours a week. How many of these do you spend moving your body?
Bear with me - what I'm about to tell you could make the difference between meeting your fitness goals or getting lost along the way. The funny thing about habits If you’ve ever tried to adopt a new healthy habit (drink more water, eat more fruit, exercise in the morning, meditate…) chances are you’ve heard … Continue reading This news could change your life…
This recipe emerged when I arrived home hungry and opened the fridge to find a salmon fillet and a drawer full of green vegetables! It's fast (10 minutes), it's fresh and you'll score 3 serves of veggies. Simple double up the quantities to serve 2. This is a low carb dish, so if you're coming back from the gym or a … Continue reading Simple Salmon with Green Vegetable Broth
Oats are a great energy food because the carbohydrates they contain are digested slowly, which means they keep your energy levels stay on an even keel. Flapjacks are traditionally made with lots of sugar or syrup (which are the free sugars we need to eat less of), but these savoury flapjacks are the ultimate sugar free snack and will turn the … Continue reading Savoury 3-seed and cheese flapjacks
It's tempting to believe your craving for a giant chocolate bar is your body telling you that you're short in something or other, but studies show food cravings are more likely to be psychological than anything else. So what's going on? We know certain foods (like chocolate and sweets) activate areas of the brain linked with reward - so … Continue reading How to beat junk food cravings
If your healthy eating plans always get ditched because you've no time, this post is for you. In a culture where 40% of us are too busy to have breakfast, I'm passionate about putting more emphasis on food preparation and the joy of eating. That said, a few kitchen short cuts never hurt anyone and if it encourages you … Continue reading Time-saving nutrition tips
There's something about the new year which inspires a feeling of wiping the slate clean and committing to new goals, and January is a great time to bring some healthy new habits into your life. Rather than jump into anything extreme (I'm talking about resolutions along the lines of 'I'm-never-going-to-touch-a-drop-of-xyz-again-so-help-me-god') why not commit to something which you … Continue reading Choose a resolution you can stick with