Respect your body

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This New Year it has been quite interesting to see a backlash on social media to the typical ‘New Year, New You’ and ‘New Year resolutions’ rhetoric. As I heard about a year ago from a futurologist expert Morgaine Gaye, rebellion is a global trend that has just begun and will probably be around for many years. It is no surprise that the health and fitness industry had its own mini rebellion movement this New Year just as we get bombarded by messages telling us we need to get on a diet, loose weight and get fit.

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Active Pregnancy Guide 3rd Trimester

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Prologue

Whilst there is a lot of talk about postnatal exercise (which also drives me nuts for different reasons!), there seems to be a lack of guidance during pregnancy. My Active Pregnancy Guide will give you the low down as simply as possible and hopefully you will grab some tips and be motivated to keep active! Regular exercise and eating a balanced healthy diet will help the development of the baby AND equip the mother’s body to do it’s job as best it can pre and post birth. Each pregnancy is different so you need to listen to your body and follow its lead. Do not compare yourself to anyone else.

This is happening to you and it is your unique journey.

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5 top tips for having a happy, healthy holiday!

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Loads of us love Christmas and look forward to the food, drink and the relaxing time spent with family and friends. However, how many Christmas’s have you had where you feel bloated, sluggish by the time it’s New Year’s Day? I imagine the answer is yes for most people! Well, it does not have to be like this. You can have your mince pies and mulled wine, but feel healthy and energised by the end of it all.

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Active Pregnancy Guide 2nd trimester

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Prologue

Whilst there is a lot of talk about postnatal exercise (which also drives me nuts!), there seems to be a lack of guidance during pregnancy. My Active Pregnancy Guide will give you the low down as simply as possible and hopefully you will grab some tips and be motivated to keep active! Regular exercise and eating a balanced healthy diet will help the development of the baby AND equip the mother’s body to do it’s job as best it can pre and post birth. Each pregnancy is different so you need to listen to your body and follow its lead. Do not compare yourself to anyone else.

This is happening to you and it is your unique journey.

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Top 3 Classical Pilates exercises

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The benefits of Pilates are experienced by a huge number of people from an array of backgrounds and abilities. Here are 3 exercises from the Classical repertoire which you can try wherever you are. To mix things up, you could incorporate some of these exercises into a more general training session. Adding hand weights and/or a Pilates circle will also make the exercises harder.

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