We are in full swing of the new year! bring on the same cliches "new year new me" I try not to make resolutions but rather mantras. However, this year I've made a conscious decision to curb my meat intake, which is very fitting as I was interviewed recently by the daily star on alternative snacks for vegans.
In the personal training profession, one thing I will say it’s definitely seasonal. After Christmas people rush to the gym and seek the expertise of a PT to get over the multitude of “sins” consumed during the festive period and in summer to achieve that frightful expression “summer body”. If I would say anything regarding goals and training, it’s that consistency is key. Health and fitness isn’t built in a day; it’s a lifestyle that needs to implemented daily.
I recently read a interesting article on 11 ways to tell if your trainer is a waste of time and money, although the article didn’t go into too much depth and was somewhat broad it did, however, prompt me to think what makes a good trainer?
As the panic sets in as we fast approach summer... and that awful question gets thrown around – “are you beach ready?” Arghh! Well this quick workout is sure to get you beac... scrap that, sure to get you “fitness ready”. Make goals performance related and aesthetic will follow.
With only a couple of weeks to go until tens of thousands of people will be pounding the pavements for 26.2 miles in an attempt to complete the London Marathon, top Personal Trainer Rowan Clift shares his top tips and specialist advice to ensure success.