Too much information (the sequel).

In case you haven't read the first part of this epic saga, you can find it here. Before I dive in, for the record, I'm not a dietician or nutritionist.   Some confusing contradictions. In this post, we're going to try and help you sift through the seemingly endless pile of conflicting info regarding nutrition … Continue reading Too much information (the sequel).

An excuse for a good cause.

Here's where I was about to put up a post continuing on from where I left off a fortnight ago (read that post here), focusing on the differing approaches to achieving your health and fitness goals. As I was rushing to get it done though, I realised that it could be much better and way … Continue reading An excuse for a good cause.

Tracking to keep on track.

Do you keep track of your training progress? I know what you're thinking and no, keeping track in your head doesn't count. I've only recently started tracking my training progress very diligently, and it's made such a big difference to the quality and intensity of my training sessions already. The main reason I didn't track … Continue reading Tracking to keep on track.

Moving in the right direction.

Excuses, excuses. It’s been a while since I’ve knocked out one of these personal life update posts. Doing them weekly I was finding that I was repeating myself a bit, and really having to scratch the bottom of my life barrel for ideas that hadn’t come out in the post from the previous week. Because … Continue reading Moving in the right direction.