"More isn't better. Better is better."
One of the best pieces of advice I was given was by an old course tutor of mine about 10 years ago.
You see it was around this time that "HIIT", "Circuit" & "Interval" training really started to become popular.
The problem with this approach is that you can end up only ever being focused on doing "more" with your training,
Earlier this week my little girl Valentina had a bit of an upset stomach.
To the point she was up late with a bit of discomfort & needed some medicine.................
Reasons to be cheerful.
I think we can all agree that the last year has been a real struggle.
Personally & professionally.
As a gym/business owner I can freely admit that I/we have taken a real kicking.
Right now though - I really think there are plenty of reasons for us to be more cheerful over the coming weeks.
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What do you think? Can you add anything to the list?
Let me know.
David "the glass is half full" Knowles
P.S. Another reason to be cheerful. Here's one of or recent live sessions for you to follow along with in your own time.
Click here >> https://youtu.be/fIpqzllOyX4
Let me know if you try it out? :)
Chat to you soon! :)
So in todays blog we are talking about eating out.
The reason for this is that many people we work with struggle with sticking to their "regular" healthy eating habits when visiting a cafe or restaurant. All too often we hear people saying they are confused by how they can head out for a bite without busting their daily calorie intake.
The question is, is it easy to stick to a healthy diet when eating out?
There are still some people out there who believe that women should stick to the cardio, aerobics or fitness classes and leave the weights to the men.
There are even some celebrity "trainers" who say women shouldn't lift heavier weights than a 5 kilo dumbbell. Thankfully we are now at a point where women are coming round to the idea that lifting weights can bring incredible benefits.
Here are 6 reasons why we strongly believe more women should lift weights.
You might not like what I'm about to tell you.
The question I want to help you answer is this.
Does sweating (a lot) = fat loss?
We go AGAIN!
After the huge success of last years 24 Hour Charity Workout where we raised over €2.5k which allowed us to buy toys for kids in Temple Street Foundation, we will be running another event in December.
With this in mind we would love (and NEED!) your help.
Our target is to match or beat our previous target of €2.5k so we can purchase toys for sick kids who are in hospital at Christmas time.
To promote this event we recently did an interview with Donie Tarrant from Near FM.
Do you want to look 30 years younger?
This is exactly what I asked Brendan at the end of his session the other day.
You see he'd said he didn't understand the whole BREXIT nonsense.
Like most people tbh!
So the way I put it to him was this..........
In the 1960s, Stanford psychologist Walter Mischel developed what he called the marshmallow test.
It was pretty simple and straight forward.
He put a marshmallow on the table and then asked young children, one by one, to hold out and NOT eat the marshmallow that was in front of them.
He then left the kids alone in the room.
In this video I talk about how you can burn more calories and drop body fat even when you're not exercising!
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