With many clients away for the next week or two over the holiday period, they often ask me what they should do to avoid losing too much of their hard won gym fitness. So here’s a very simple body weight session that will take no more than 10 minutes each day. Do this first thing… Continue reading Going away this Easter? 10 minute simple bodyweight session that can be done anywhere to maintain fitness.
It’s 6pm. You’ve just got home after a hard day at the office. You feel stressed and stiff. You know that a good run in the fresh air is the only way to put this right. After you will feel better, more relaxed, enjoy a good meal, maybe a drink or two and fall… Continue reading Are you training in ‘black hole’ territory?
For years we have been exhorted by those ‘responsible’ for public health to base our diet around starchy carbohydrates, especially ‘wholegrain’ food-like products, like bread and pasta and rice. By now it should be abundantly clear to everybody that, however well-intentioned this advice probably was (and certainly it was massively beneficial to the American… Continue reading Grains – why are we still being told these are a healthy option, despite all the evidence?
More and more long distance runners, cyclists, triathletes etc. are coming to understand that the conventional advice for fuelling endurance effort is simply wrong. For years they have been told that carbs are the primary fuel source for going long and that anything less than a full blown pasta fest pre race or workout,… Continue reading Training yourself to burn fat for fuel – the key to endurance success (and good health).