Category Archive: Mindset

    Balance in the gym

    Exam and work stress taking a toll on your training? Don’t quit just plan! It is often overlooked what working out can do for you not only physically but mentally too. Which is why it is super important you are taking some me-time through the week to get yourself to the gym and get those […]

    6 Tips to Feel Good About Yourself

    It’s a shame that we live in a world where there is so much focus on how people look. There’s so much pressure from society to look a certain way. No wonder people turn to plastic surgery or end up with a bad relationship with food. I think how you feel about yourself is really […]

    Why am I struggling to lose fat? Part 1: Stress

    You are on your weight loss journey. You have a tailored training plan and a tailored nutrition plan, but your weight loss has stalled. So, what’s next? Well, most people would automatically think, “oh, I need to drop my calories again, or I need to increase my energy expenditure!!” What I would look are the […]

    Training Solo or Having a Gym Buddy

    TRAINING SOLO OR HAVING A GYM BUDDY There is no right or wrong answer to this one – like many things it’s about what works best for you. For years I loved training alone. I would do anything to avoid training with other people. All I wanted to do was plug my headphones in and […]

    Cheat Meal, not Cheat Day

    CHEAT MEAL NOT CHEAT DAY Ok so those of you who know me, know that there is nothing I love more than a cheat day. When you’ve been busting your ass all week in the gym, sometimes the only thing keeping you going can be the promise of Sunday (the day where calories don’t count […]

    Rest Days

    Rest Days What are they and why do we need them? Sometimes when we’re working hard and training consistently, our bodies can begin to feel fatigued, and we just end up feeling a bit run down. This is where rest days come in! Start by taking a look at your entire week. Are you in […]


    When you step into the gym, do you have a specific goal in mind?  Rather than getting in to train and trying to make up your routine on the fly, why not set yourself with a goal – whether it be for that day, or for 4 weeks from now. It can be anything. It’s […]