I saw a post on Facebook the other day questioning whether trainers should have a six-pack before offering any kind of health/fitness advice. I LOLd a little bit, but then one of my clients who is almost qualified to PT was questioning her place in
Growth comes in many forms.
Sometimes it’s the obvious things like getting a new job, completing your degree, or getting a pay rise
Sometimes it’s the more subtle things like not eating that chocolate bar, saying no to drinking on the weekend with your friends, or making
To be emotionally involved in something means that you care. It means that you FEEL. When you're a sensitive human it means that you feel everything, including the things you don't want to feel - like injustice, deception, etc, even when they have nothing to
I love this picture as to me it represents how much my perspective has changed, both as a trainer and as a woman in this industry. Definitely not as strong or as lean as I once was, but stronger and healthier than ever in both
Strength training isn’t just about getting a bikini body. When I began lifting weights I was focused only on physical goals but it wasn’t long after I started that I realised how diverse the benefits really were!
Curves, improved body composition and muscle tone are all
The most interesting thing I experience when working in this industry with women every day is how they perceive their own bodies.
Each woman looks at the others and tells me how beautiful they are; how they envy their shape, muscularity, height, hair, legs, abs, etc.