10,000 seems to be the magic number when it comes to steps! Its seen in many health and wellness challenges including my own 4:7:3, but why 10,000? Why steps? Read on to find out why walking is extremely good for you an whether 10,000 really is a magic number.

The Benef...

July 13, 2020

It is a common misconception that only horses at the top of their game in the competition world are athletes. The ones who are out competing each week, race horses, eventers, those in heavy work. 

I believe that all horses are athletes. From the happy hackers to the rid...

This blog is all about Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, affectionately known as DOMS!

We've had it. Some of us dread it, some of us bask in it! That super tight, super sore stretching sensation we get when trying to sitting on the toilet after leg day or taking a top off...

May 18, 2020

So for this blog i'm going to attempt to scrape the surface of all things skin! Following the comments on my 4:7:3 Challenge, some of my members are having issues with break-outs despite having changed their lifestyles for the better - eating healthy food, drinking mor...

April 27, 2020

'Push your heart forward' is a term I've learnt recently from the amount of Yoga I have been doing during lockdown. It's a phrase that I really love as to me it channels into being confident and standing tall as well as just moving the body to open the chest. 

Now I ini...

April 23, 2020

Before starting these exercises I strongly advise that you read my blogs on core strength anatomy, creating a neutral spine and the connection breath. By reading these you will be familiar with the terminology used in this blog and be prepared to start exercising to st...

April 23, 2020

Fats have been demonised for a long time. Over the last few decades there has been a massive move to steer away from them linking them to heart disease and obesity. Now like everything, too much fat can make you fat! But it is also an essential nutrient in certain form...

Training your core starts with one very easy thing that we all do everyday - Breathing.

Most of us do not breathe properly. We breathe shallowly into our chest but don't use our diaphragm and abdominals properly. These muscles are crucial parts of our internal core (see...

April 21, 2020

Gosh what a topic Carbohydrates is! So many theories on high carb vs low carb diets. Having spent a long few days listening to some awesome podcasts and scouring the web for articles I am going to try and deliver you the facts! Bare with me, sit back get comfy - this i...

April 20, 2020

Creating a strong core is important for a number of reasons:

  1. It prevents injury

  2. It makes our movements more efficient

  3. It can eliminate back pain

  4. It improves balance and stability

  5. It helps us promote optimal posture

However, if we strengthen our...

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