You know what? Sometimes, being female sucks. Aside from the pressure to look, eat, train, breathe and sleep a certain way, we have the added joy of fluctuating hormones, painful cramping and monthly inconveniences to deal with.
You know what I’m talking about.
Don’t worry, this won’t be a post all about periods, not directly anyway..! Instead it’s something a little different this week; a review post!
Mental Health – those two words can stir up quite a mix of emotion for some people. Some find it awkward, some find it easy to talk about and some find it so personal, it needn’t be discussed.
Isn’t that the the biggest problem?
Your mental health refers to your personal well being; how you look after your mind and body, how you see and treat yourself, and how you let those feelings and values dictate your everyday being. View Post
Whether you’re a seasoned gym bunny or curious newcomer, there will always be a few things that slip the net when it comes to being in a gym environment. Don’t worry, most of us will have been there and committed at least 1 of these mistakes at the gym!
I had a lot of time to think over the last few weeks having been out with injury, so thought I’d bring you a quick one on the things you may want to think about before your next session View Post
How are we all? Still firmly on our New Years wagon as we enter the third month of the year?!
As usual, I have a mega busy schedule and I am trying so hard to not let it get in the way of my training and health commitments. View Post
It’s become somewhat of a tradition in our household to jot down yearly goals at the start of the New Year and review them the following New Years Day. We’ve found it to not only be productive, but it’s made us proactive and accountable for the things we want to achieve. I’m pleased to say I achieved 4/5 goals set for 2016, and now a new list has been set, I am already hard at work to make them happen.
So what can I tell you about 2016? Well, it was a year of reflection and self deppreciation that’s for sure! Looking back at my training, relationships and lifestyle was actually quite difficult. View Post