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.

Too much information.

It’s an amazing time to be involved in the fitness industry, be it as a coach or as someone just beginning their journey towards better health. We are currently seeing huge strides being made in the knowledge level of fitness professionals, due to a heap of information about a wide variety of health-related topics being … Continue reading Too much information.

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.

Are you really too busy for your goals?

I almost didn’t write this today. I’ve been moving into a new house in the past few days, and this morning I had a bit of stuff to do, just getting things sorted out. And all throughout the day I’ve been had an all too familiar self-talk running through my head about how if I … Continue reading Are you really too busy for your goals?

Movement Unfiltered 14

Does your training lack context? Last week I wrote about starting my Jiu Jitsu journey, and two sessions in I'm already finding it awesome. I started doing it for a challenge and also for a bit of extra cardio work. After my second session I'd noticed that my hip mobility and leg strength/endurance were limiting … Continue reading Movement Unfiltered 14