What have you done in your life to make you feel proud? We often celebrate the achievements of others but seldom our own. A year ago today, I did this..... I ran 50 miles in one day, two days before my 50th birthday. Why? Two reasons really. One was that all my other goals had
.My philosophy for training clients comes from everything I've learned from training courses and people I've had the pleasure of working with in over 20 years in fitness. While I design all my training plans around each person I work with, I build them around a framework containing 4 elements - Believe, Nourish, Active and
Everything I do is designed around each person I work with. Everyone is different, from their goals to the challenges they face and so a one-size-fits-all approach seldom works. I build my coaching plans around a framework I've created from everything I've learned from training courses to the clients I've worked with over the last
You decide upon a new goal, maybe to get fit, lose weight after a holiday, run a marathon etc. Then what? Join a gym? Go on a diet? How often has this approach actually worked for you? I believe that in order to achieve your goals, you need to have 3 vital components in place
To successfully achieve our goals, we need to become better at everything we do otherwise not much will change. As the saying goes, "If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always got". I'm no different and I know I have to change things if I'm going to achieve my goals.