1:55 pm

Habits that will Change your life...

Being afraid of time is a slippery slope and sounds a bit irrational, but many of us are in this category. We tell ourselves there's not enough time to do what we want/need and we spend our days like robots. The following 10 points will have you realising the choices you're making are actually "training," yourself to feel this way. Check them out and even better implement them! Read More
10:27 am

Preventative care advice from a Physio

The health/medical industry is currently built on a model of reactive therapies. Q: When did you last go to see your GP or Physio because you felt healthy? A: Probably never However, you will pay good money each year to ensure your boiler is running smoothly; your car is serviceable for winter; your trainers ok for another 500 miles; your eyes ok for vision and the dentist to check your teeth. Read More
1:47 am

How to get results, keep them and get better every year.

In an industry of quick fixes and results yesterday it's easy to see why there are so many carrying around injuries and confidence issues. If you've ever been injured you'll know what I'm talking about, that sudden realisation that you too can break and all the worry that goes with it. Read More
10:46 am


Golf Conditioning: Good posture and efficient movement are key components to being able to achieve an effective golf swing. Read More
3:16 am

Why you need regular Massage

To massage is a human instinct. If we bump into something we automatically rub the painful area, if we have been on our feet all day we will breathe a sigh of relief when we rub our feet… or better still, when someone else offers to rub them! Massage has been around for thousands of years, the oldest written record being some 4000 years old, detailing the application of massage techniques for therapeutic purposes. Read More
10:02 am

Guest Blog from our friend Naz at 'Cinnamon Eats' Paleo Blog

Hello! I'm Naz, the writer, recipe developer and photographer behind the blog Cinnamon Eats. My blog is based on mainly sharing recipes for those following a Paleo lifestyle or for those people who just want to eat REAL food! I'm going to assume that not all of you reading this post are too familiar with what Paleo is exactly, but before I go into that I want to tell you about my story and how I came to eating and living this way. Read More
5:07 am

Guest Blog Post on Shoulder Pain

The shoulder girdle is perhaps the most complex, intricate collection of joints in the body. Comprising four bones, over fourteen muscles, eleven ligaments and four different joints, it is easy to see why this is one of the most commonly injured areas of the body. Read More
9:21 am

New Year New Brain- Tips for Optimal Brain Health

Almost everyone at this time of year seems completely pre occupied with ‘losing weight’ or ‘toning up’ which has un-doubtable body wide health benefits when done correctly. But as Personal Trainers we know that it requires a broader scope and more holistic approach to achieve true optimal Health and Fitness. We believe that people in general overlook the most important part of a health and fitness drive- the Brain, after all this is our bodily CEO Read More
8:58 am


1. Set realistic goals- As Personal Trainers we have a good idea of how long we expect reaching certain goals should take you with many years of experience, but sadly there are hundreds of magazines and companies selling products that make exaggerated and sometimes altogether false claims. Read More