In this podcast Cat and I discuss the ins and outs of nutrition for competitors, as well as what it means to juggle a full time job, as well as competing in bodybuilding competitions and building her coaching services as a side business – which means the majority of her time is spent planning.
Rob is a coach who manages the health and fitness of his clients through private training and group class instruction. He specializes in mobility, bio-mechanics, and injury prevention.
In this podcast we get to talk about testing your form, injury recovery, top resources and the best playlist for your daily WOD.
Truth is, I do not want to sound like a bitter and ungrateful sod. However, with the external and internal pressures that boss ladies, self employed or double-employed bear on their shoulders, overworking is not something that is really openly discussed.
Adrienne is a blogger, Adidas ambassador, runner, mum, wife and overall boss. We talk a lot about her recent experience with the London Marathon – and you can read all about it here. We also talk about social media, growing up, comparison and adaptability in training and life.
Small but mighty, Sabrina is a writer, burpee lover and mental health advocate. Through her blog Anxiously Active, she shares her experiences of anxiety, depression and finding solace in fitness. In this post she talks about the real (non aesthetic) benefits of exercise.
Sophie and Fab engage in a lot of banter (with special guest, Pip the dog).Today we talk about everything from PT advice, the importance of finding your niche, empowering your clients, back pain, recovery from injury and much more.
How to fix your weak foundation and some more insights on ankle mobility, as well as foot strength (because strength is not just squats!)
Steph Gaudreau is an a holistic nutrition practitioner, best-selling author, and weightlifting and mindset coach. In 2011, she started the website Stupid Easy Paleo which has grown over the years from a food blog to a multi-faceted resource – including a 6-week challenge, podcast, and a couple books – that helps people become healthier, happier, and harder to kill. It was such an honour to have Steph on the first episode of the podcast – I really hope you enjoy our lil’ rants as much as I did!
Laura Hoggins mantra is an easy one: nothing looks as good, as being strong feels. Working everyday towards being stronger inside and out, positive, optimistic and ready to face the world, without comparison to anyone else, do it for you, that’s my health and fitness mantra.
Why and how to train your grip strength and forearm strength in order to perform better pulling moves. Beware, things are going to get geeky.
Naturally gluten free, this strawberry and rosewater oat crumble is a perfect treat for mild Spring evenings and dinner parties.
A little recap of one of the craziest days of 2017. How we setup a sold-out event with over 200 bloggers, learnings and takeaways, as well as a review of a delicious dinner (with bonus performance)!