Ground-breaking technology that can instantly reveal what the naked eye can’t. How much force is a runner putting on one leg in comparison to the other? How unstable is the knee that recently underwent surgery? How much is a runner at risk of getting injured?
#1 – You don’t eat enough!
This isn’t always as straight forward as it seems – if you’re training a lot then you may have to actually eat more. What’s most important is eating the right things. Good quality lean meats, essential fats, vegetables and non-starchy carbs are the way to go – these food types will have the quality nutrition your body requires.
Many people ask me what I do for a living and when they hear my answer it’s sometimes met with confusion, or like the majority who say “oh, like a personal trainer”. Well, it’s actually very different from a Personal Trainer (PT), mainly because I don’t train people, I coach them – there’s a massive difference.
5 Essential Cycling Tips
Whether you’ve continued to train during the winter months or not, cyclists everywhere look forward to going out in the sun. As the Rugby & Coventry Bikeathon is fast approaching, we’ve put together a few key tips which will help you complete your chosen Sportive or charity ride; you may even get that personal best you’ve always strived for.
With limited time for training on the bike during the week due to work and Family commitments this could help you with fitting those important sessions in. No matter if you’re competitive or just a recreational cyclist it’s always good to have a goal and see improvements. Why not make the most of your time by fitting your training into your daily commute.
Well, it’s here again….the London Marathon. I don’t know about you, but I’m all set……to put my feet up and watch thousands of people run 26.2 miles from the comfort of my sofa! In all seriousness, I take my hat off to every single person that even attempts to complete this amazing feat, and it is fantastic to know that so many good causes are benefiting from such an event.
If you’re reading this then you’ve probably just been through the most physically and emotionally demanding experience you’ll ever go through – pregnancy & childbirth. Now that your bundle of joy has arrived you may be thinking about getting your body back to its pre-pregnancy condition, however, exercising after you’ve had a baby isn’t necessarily straight forward.