Knee rehab with personal training: a client perspective

Got a knee injury that’s getting you down? Then you need to contact us, because we are knee injury specialists that can help get you up and moving more confidently!  Continue reading “Knee rehab with personal training: a client perspective”

Online coaching; an affordable 1:1 personal trainer in your own home! 

Would you love to have 1:1 personal training but simply can’t afford the time or cost? Well we have the answer for you! And this doesn’t matter where in the world you are either!  Continue reading “Online coaching; an affordable 1:1 personal trainer in your own home! “

Beginners guide to swimming in open water

Moke lakeI absolutely love open water swimming. I liken it to running on a treadmill v running outdoors. Nothing beats it. But, you need to be properly prepared. In the video bow, I swam from this shore to the bank in the distance and back. By the time it took me, I estimated the distance to be 800m, doesn’t look it does it? Continue reading “Beginners guide to swimming in open water”

Does spin really help with cycling fitness?

img_3409One of the questions I often get asked is whether spin classes really do help with your cycling or not. Of course, is always my answer: let me illustrate a point.

I haven’t been out on the roads for a ride for a long time: I seem to spend more of my life on a spin bike, which isn’t ideal. Continue reading “Does spin really help with cycling fitness?”

The anatomy of the squat

There are so many different variations of a squat that you might think a personal trainer keeps changing them to continually inflict pain on their clients! Well not quite! Each different type of squat has a different purpose and works a slightly different combination of muscles. Here are three that are most regularly used: explained. Continue reading “The anatomy of the squat”