Keith McNiven, personal trainer, Director of Right Path Fitness and British Wrestling Champion shares with us his tips for combating the negative thoughts you have at the gym.
Whether you are struggling with motivation, lack of time, emotional eating or self-sabotage), here are my 10 stages for getting back on track with your health and fitness. You can get started with these right now. Free workbook included.
Karen Oliver, the Founding Editor, tells her story of overcoming food neophobia, binge eating disorder, reversing pre-diabetes and hypertension, recovery from post natal depresison and finally learning to accept her body.
In the summer, it seems like every health and fitness company is out to make you feel rubbish and self conscious in your swimwear, to sell you quick fixes and useless products. Women's magazines are the worst adverts for it and you've even paid them for the privileged!
Let's talk about setting health and fitness goals. How many of you have been setting goals based on how much weight you need to lose? This is one example of a result-based goal, and I'm going to tell you what the three problems are with setting results-based goal and why you should set action-based goals instead.
Do you make excuses for not eating healthily or working out? Are they really just excuses or symptoms of something else bothering you - I call these health roadblocks.