Crunch, crunch ,crunch ! How many crunches can you do? 50? 100? 500?
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Get your workout in the Halloween spirit by swapping your dumbells or kettlebells for a hefty pumpkin instead.
Last week, new research revealed the benefits of exercise for the expectant mother, and their children and my blog was about exercising with your Buggy and your baby. I didn’t plan that I promise.
Becoming a mummy doesn't mean waving goodbye to your fitness goals or pre-baby body forever...
I love fitness classes. I am a PT and train clients one on one, especially post natal mums, but I have to admit I enjoy classes more.
Here are some of my Fitness Tips For Busy Mums that I am implementing this week.
After last week's blogs I had loads of email enquiries asking for information about classes and what's the best classes around, so this week I thought I'd share with you something I'm really excited about and bringing to Leigh.
The holidays are over!!! And as sad as I am to see the end of the Summer weather, I’m happy to be back at classes.
The holidays are nearly over. It’s back to school next week and that means the start of colder, darker mornings and nights which is a good and bad thing for me.
I don’t know about you but I have loved watching the Olympics...
Matt, Luke and Leo from David Lloyd Southend are here to teach you three top techniques for burning fat.
In case you’ve been living in a cave on Mars, chances are you’ve heard of the #22PushUpChallenge, a movement dedicated to raising awareness of veterans’ mental health and PTSD.
Welcome to the new fitness column from David Lloyd Southend, where every week we’re going to be showing you those neat personal training tips and tricks that can really help boost your work-out routine.
You may be a seasoned (or a budding?) athlete who knows all about the right diet for training and performance. Still, a little refresher can’t hurt, so here are the basics of current nutritional advice for athletes.
Bicycle related injuries have become more and more common in the clinic as the activity rises in popularity amongst the public, quite a lot of the time due to improper fit of the bicycle to the rider.
Our nutritional therapist, Melanie Ryan, now offers body composition analysis at The Body Matters on every third Tuesday of every month, using a TANITA Body Composition Analyser.
The nights are getting longer: Every October the UK has Daylight Saving time which means that the clocks go back one hour, resulting in it being darker even earlier.
The effect that a sports injury can potentially have on someone who is usually reliant on exercise as a release can be detrimental, causing the rehabilitation process to become an upwards struggle.
The power of nutrition is often underestimated, but if you consider that every process in the body relies on nutrients in order to work, it becomes clear that what we eat matters.
I have noticed a spate of female patients coming in with neck and shoulder pain recently.