I frequently come into contact with people who are managing pain in some way or another and often get asked for my opinions on various… Read More »Acupuncture can “work” in the short term but probably not for the reasons you think it does
Feeling tired? CBA? Craving carbs? Eating more than usual? You’re probably not alone! Once the warm weather and long days have disappeared, it’s fairly common… Read More »Tired, lacking motivation and hungry? Hello winter!
We focus a lot on compliance towards our goals but it’s absolutely vital that we constantly check our goals to make sure they don’t cross… Read More »Getting the balance between goals, health and happiness
Ever wondered if burning the candle at both ends is bad for your health? Here’s a look at an experiment that highlights the issues associated with a lack of sleep.
Training hard requires adequate rest. Sleep (along with nutrition) is a major part of the post-workout recovery process. Getting enough sleep is vital, not only physiologically but psychologically as well, therefore it’s important to get a good balance between training hard and recovery. Power naps, weekend lie-ins and early nights can all help to make you fitter, healthier, happier and perform better.
The lean and “toned” body that many females aspire to when they see it in a dress, actually looks a lot more “manly” (as some people who don’t get how it works would say) when pumped.
Unlike many fitness professionals, I have no big issue with shake-based weight loss programmes in terms of health. Yes they might be full of dodgy… Read More »Herbalife & Forever Living: A Critical View