Healthy Eating on a Budget: Guide to Saving Money at the Supermarket

By far, the most common challenge people have when it comes to improving their diet is that "healthy food costs too much". I'm going to show you that healthy eating on a budget can be easy. You can easily save money at the supermarket if you just know how and where to look. Throughout my coaching career, many people have told me that they just can't afford to make better food choices. They rely on junk food and convenience items as that's all they can afford. I think the real problem is that they've just never been shown how to make affordable and healthy decisions.

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January 8, 2020

How to Set a Goal for New Year, New You

​A new year is a time for setting goals; resolutions, ambitions, achievements you want to make in the next 12 months. This post will explain how to set a goal and see it through to completion. Make this the year that you follow through on that new year resolution and live your best life ever.

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January 1, 2020

What to look for when you join a gym

If you're looking for a good gym, where can you get the help and guidance you need? Are there motivated and happy staff to look after you? Or will you have your first induction, only to become abandoned and left to flounder in a sea of shiny equipment, without an instructor in sight?

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December 25, 2019

Meal timing to work with your body, not against it

It's a bit of a cliché, but there's a lot of truth in the phrase 'you are what you eat'. However, for some people and their training demands, it's not just what you eat, but when you eat that counts. Meal timing can become an important factor in getting the results you're working hard towards.

For most people, meal timing isn't a top priority - there are other things they should focus on that will deliver bigger results. However, for some who already have a good structure in place with their training diet, meal timing can bring an added boost.

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December 18, 2019

Easy ways to increase your fibre intake

Fibre is a rock star. It can reduce the risk of diseases such as diabetes and heart disease plus can lower cholesterol. Fibre helps your body regulate its sugar intake and can help you feel fuller for longer. And yet, most of us in the Western world only eat about half of the recommended 25 to 30g of fibre a day.

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December 11, 2019

How to lower your blood pressure and cholesterol

A youthful artery wall is soft and elastic. It acts as a springboard to assist the flow of blood around the body. The unavoidable age-related changes that cause an increase in blood pressure are a loss of elasticity and hardening of artery walls called arteriosclerosis.

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December 4, 2019