The more I work with women, the more I notice how self-deprecating we can be. For this reason, I felt compelled to write about the feelings / emotions we might experience which arise from the way we treat ourselves, but more importantly, how we can avoid this by developing a deeper love for ourselves.
Getting an adequate range of vitamins and minerals is essential for health and as females, we are often at risk of falling short. The consequences of this could feel as minimal as being tired or low on energy but if we are seriously deprived for some time, symptoms can be much more severe.
Are you getting beach-body ready? So many of us work hard to get in shape for our holiday and why not? It gives us an aim, a focus and the motivation to reach our health and body goals.
There are lots of controversial beliefs regarding nutrition being thrown around the gym these days. And it’s easy to believe them. Especially when the person saying them looks healthy and is in good shape.
Are you working hard in the gym to build strength, power and fitness? Well make sure you maximise your nutrition to get the results you want!
When it comes to being fit and healthy, we have to think about the things we do, often. The choices we make and the actions we take on a consistent basis has a huge effect on our health.
‘If It Fits Your Macros’, otherwise known as IIFYM or ‘flexible dieting’ has become a really popular way of eating to maintain or lose weight. Essentially, it means we can allow ourselves flexibility and freedom of choice with regards to food as long as we stick to a daily calorie count and specific macronutrient goals.
Mustering up courage in an environment that is still new to you can be hard but why is it that we still feel intimidated in the gym, even though we’re there regularly?
Our main focus should not be our weight, or being skinny, or fitting into size 2 (or zero!) jeans. Rather, our goal should be being fit and healthy. Know being fit and healthy is more than what you look like on the outside, we have to take care of our overall well being too.
Protein consumption is a priority in the fitness industry and a necessity within a lifestyle dedicated to building muscle tone and keeping fit, but what’s the big deal?
It’s time to make your backside priority and say bye-bye to miss pancake butt!!
They say consistency is key but are you becoming so obsessive that you’re actually slowing your results? It’s all too easy to get stuck in a routine so make sure you’re helping yourself and not hindering…