It’s the 31st December and the start of a New Year tomorrow- the time when everyone starts making their new fitness plans and goals for the year ahead! Continue reading “Why I got a Personal Trainer”
Since I got back from my holidays a couple of months ago I have been finding all sorts of inspiration on ways to improve my health and fitness lifestyle. Continue reading “Healthy Living Finds”
For as long as I can remember I have loved to exercise. I genuinely believe it is the key to health, fitness, general happiness, and I just actually love sport! But like everyone else I have off days too.
You can do anything, but not everything. This is something I’ve recently discovered! It sounds so simple but It’s taken a while to sink in for me. Really sink in.
If you’re feeling a bit stressed, anxious, or just need to relax a little more then this pilates stretching routine is what you need!
This 15 minute workout has been designed for those who do sports (any sports!) or for those who are looking to build whole body strength and are looking for some extra, specific strengthening exercises. Try the Pilates for Sport workout here!
This last few weeks it has been great to get back in the studio and do some filming (new home workouts coming soon!), but this post was inspired by a recent Skype chat with Glenn Withers (creator of the APPI pilates method) who asked me what my ultimate favourite pilates exercises were! Funnily enough his favourite exercise is the same as mine and I’ve added it in as the bottom row in the above picture!
My pilates practise is a great compliment to running. The discipline of pilates breathing really helps me through the runs and the core strength makes them much stronger and more controlled. Yesterday was my first running event of the year and I felt a bit out of practise, not with my running but with my routine both pre and post run.
My morning routines are very similar most days of the week. I love the start of a new day, when you have the whole day in front of you. Work days I do things much faster but essentially follow the same routine.