How often have you heard this? “I know it’s true because that’s what my parents taught me. It’s what people have known for ages so it must be true.”
I get asked a LOT about my home gym, what’s in it, where did I get my equipment from and how it’s all designed. It served me well through the 12 Week Body Plan, and since I’ve been promising to write this post for over a year, here it is.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last 50 years, your diet will in some way be influenced by the all important macro. You be might be keeping your carbs low, your protein high and your fat moderate, all to help you achieve some health related goal. But is it that simple?
Another day eating clean, but this time made dirty.
It’s time to expose the number one tool for fat loss. Everyone in the sports, fitness and nutrition profession knows it, but very few members of the public have a clue what it is. Do you?
As any of my clients will tell you, my consultative approach always starts with a lot of questions with many focusing on goals and success criteria. We discuss what the problems have been, what has been done to rectify them
Day 7 and the final day of a long week. It was time to relax and focus on doing very little.
We all agree that low carb diets bring good results, at least in the short term. But how do they work, are they advisable and is there a better approach?
EATING MEAT. I think we all know it’s important, despite the Press claiming it’ll give us cancer or heart disease. But how do we balance both quantity and quality when we’re on a budget?
My new article on dietary advice is now online! Please have a read here, and let me know your thoughts on my Facebook page. It has been published by Nick Mitchell, one of the world’s leading Personal Trainers, and recent