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Winter Nutrition

14th Jun 2018

Winter and comfort food go hand in hand, but we don’t really associate warm, comfort food with being healthy. So this winter why not set the goal of making comfort foods that are nutrient dense and good for you? This way, you won’t come out the other side of winter wishing you had eaten better, you will hit spring on track and ready to progress to the next level! Read on to find out my tips!

Winter Mindset

6th Jun 2018

UNFORTUNATELY, for a lot of us, Winter can really challenge our best exercise and healthy eating intentions! Bad weather, less sunlight, and a general feeling of listlessness can have you making like a bear and hibernating until spring! When it comes to using a positive mindset to continue to achieve your goals throughout winter, there are a few components that you will need - good goal setting, a motivating reason to change and some strategies in place to help you deal with the unique winter challenges. In this article I want to give you some simple, practical advice that will keep you on track this winter.

Today I want to chat about something I get asked about Every. Single. Day... Results. I’m going to be real with you on this topic, and some of the truths I’m about to spill may be hard to hear. BUT I believe that only with honesty and full disclosure, in this world of social media, body comparison and transformation pictures, can we truly understand an individual’s health and fitness journey. Read on.

If you want to get leaner, you are going to have to clean up your diet. This may involve making some challenging changes to your diet that may be hard to stick to, this is where ‘cheat meals’ come in. Part 4 of my Macro Basics articles takes you through everything you need to know about treat/cheat meals. Enjoy!

I hate feeling bloated and often leads to me feeling like I’m failing my diet and I’m never going to look my best again! I’ve learnt that this is just normal and I try do the best I can to manage it. Here are some of my tips to help with bloating. Happy reading!

Motivation, Reimagined

21st May 2018

Motivation is such a valuable tool when chasing your health and fitness dreams. When you’ve got plenty of it, sticking to your workout schedule and diet plan is a breeze. But, when your motivation levels are low, even thinking about exercise or eating healthily simply seems too hard. Today I want to reimagine motivation, and show you that it is a muscle that can be strengthened with consistency and practice. Take my tips for setting yourself up for success and watch your motivation follow!

Today we’re talking everything carbs, arguably the most controversial of all the macros… Carbohydrates are a contentious topic in nutrition. A lot of people blame carbs for weight gain and may go so far as to eliminate them from their diet to speed up fat loss. The food industry supports this point of view by manufacturing low carb foods. In many ways this makes a lot of sense. Excess carbs are easily converted into fat and their presence can inhibit fat loss. But, does this mean you should eliminate carbs from your diet? Nope!

They say the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, and this definitely applies to my mum and I! She has been a bikini competitor too and really is my inspiration! So this mother’s day we’re planning on having an active mother daughter day. I can’t think of a better way to show my Mum what she means to me, than getting outdoors, working up a sweat and pushing each other to keep improving. If you'd like to do something similar with your Mum, I have put together a gym-based session, and a home or outdoor session for you and mum to try!

If you want to change the way you look, you’ll need to do two things: build muscle and lose fat. Both goals will converge to create a lean and athletic physique, but they also require different approaches to training and nutrition. Unless you are a very deconditioned beginner, it’s almost impossible to build muscle and lose fat at the same time. Let’s take a look at how these two goals differ, and how to decide which one should be your priority.

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