Day 1: (Monday, of course) You have spent the weekend on a solo eating mission clearing out the fridge and pantry to ensure there are no ‘bad’ foods left and to ensure all temptation has been removed. Your gym gear is ready to go and you feel energised, excited and ready to go. Week 1: Good start, only a few ‘slip ups’ hit the gym every day, body feels like an old rusty car struggling to move, but you’re on a roll, can’t stop now.
Week 2: Pretty good week, ok in fact. Train
It’s almost that time of year when everyone feels super motivated, starts a new training and clean eating regime and get’s ready to take on the world. Oh but of course not for a few more days yet! as remember it would be silly to start anything new before January 1st right? This mindset in itself is slightly flawed, only starting things on Monday’s, only on January 1st, waiting until you have more time or when work settles down, the reality is if you have this mindset you wil
At this time of year it's easy to throw in the towel, it's easy to say "it's too hard", "I have too much on but we all know too well how we feel mid January when we take this approach. So this year I urge you to be proactive, take the route you know you should be taking and the route you know that will make you feel, move and look better in the long run, don't throw in the towel this year. Stay focused, stick to your plan and come out the other end feeling sexier, fitter and
Short on Time? Need to exercise? Haven’t got any equipment? Interval style training has been proven to produce great results in just as little as 20min a few times a week! If you’re not already, be sure to add this into your training schedule. Try this Full Body Interval style workout next time you need to fit in a workout at home or away traveling! Warm Up High knees (fast) x 20 + 1 x Squat jump - repeat for 90sec Push ups x 10 X 3 Rounds Workout (Increase reps each round) S
Here are my top 3 tips to get the most out of your training Push yourself just a little more each week, each session each set. This is known as progressive overload, but to put simply just try and be 1% better every day! Don’t ‘fluff around’ – When it’s time to train or during your workouts you need to be 100% focused, remove all distractions, no Facebook, Twitter, TV, long conversations or sitting there doing nothing. Its get in, train with intensity and get out. This helps
Your belief system is like an internal thermostat. It works just a like a thermostat in your house, if you were to open a door and it was cold outside, the temperature would drop inside. But soon after, the thermostat would kick back in and adjust back to the preset temperature. And if it was hot outside and you open a door the temperature would go up, but soon after it would cool back down to the preset temperature. So just like your beliefs, you can adjust your behaviours