The Puzzle of Movement: Find Your Mind

Work On Your Mind It is your biggest barrier and your biggest tool to self realisation and achieving fitness goals is your mind. I've said it a few times and I'll say it again, physical activity and incorporating it into your life can be just as much an emotional and mental challenge as it is … Continue reading The Puzzle of Movement: Find Your Mind

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The Puzzle of Movement: The Preparation Position

In order to decode the puzzle of movement, I have separated the list into 3 phases. In this phase, The Preparation Position, I address the pre-lace up hurdles that I've faced and how I've managed to push beyond them. Maybe you see yourself in here somewhere, or maybe someone you know. The Preparation Position is … Continue reading The Puzzle of Movement: The Preparation Position

The Puzzle of Movement: Solved in 15 Steps

Getting active is and isn't as simple as lacing up and getting out the door. Sure, to get out the door you just have to get dressed and lace up, turn the handle and put one foot in front of the other. It sounds simple right? Then why is it, that getting active is such … Continue reading The Puzzle of Movement: Solved in 15 Steps

Mind Over /half/ Marathon

Something really quite spectacular happened this bank holiday weekend. On Sunday, Hackney opened it's roads to thousands of runners for the Hackney Festival of Fitness which included: the Hackney Half Marathon, Hackney Chase Your Mates 5.5k and a school run for the wee ones. That wasn't quite where the spectacular was though, I mean, the … Continue reading Mind Over /half/ Marathon

The Only Food Rule is ‘No Rules’

I have a problem with many buzz-words circulating¬†around the health, fitness and nutrition networks online. Detox and clean-eating are the two that bother me the most, both of which frequently incorporate rules into the daily living and eating practices that they encourage. Rules though? 'Rules' is a very loaded term because it is right or … Continue reading The Only Food Rule is ‘No Rules’