The Positives Of Pain

Physical and emotional pain is not pleasant. Whether it’s you, a family member or friend going through a painful period, it is difficult to endure. You wish you could take your or their pain away and wake up and poof, … Read More

You Don’t Need Fixing

I’ve worked with lots of clients who were in pain and thought they needed fixing. The pain of a sore knee, back, shoulder, hip, or the pain of being overweight can get a person down quick. Because let’s face it, … Read More

4 Joint Friendly Training Methods

If you’re suffering from joint pain, use these 4 joint friendly methods The wear and tear on your joints as you age is real. Whether you’ve lived an active life or not, one of the realities of staying above ground … Read More

The Missing Link With Your Fitness

I’ve often been called the missing link and it’s got nothing to do with my (cue hairy jokes here) appearance. It’s a behavior issue. Often I get a little silly and move around on my hands and feet and eat … Read More

3 Exercises To Help Relieve Pain

If you suffer from muscle or joint pain some movement is medicine Pain doesn’t care what kind of day you’re having, whether you’re rich or poor, male, or female. Pain always strikes at the worst time because there is never … Read More

You’re Not (Physically)Broken

Since becoming a certified personal trainer, I’ve trained around and rehabbed through several injuries (some which are my own fault) including: Torn quadriceps Strained hamstrings Knee and ankle tendonitis Strained triceps tendon Tennis and golfer’s elbow Right A/C joint inflammation … Read More

Exercise Can Save Your Life

And not in the way you’re thinking Exercise will do a lot for you IF you do it. Exercise will:  prevents a myriad of diseases  helps you fit into your favorite pair of pants  provides legal stress relief  helps you … Read More

Strength Training for Arthritis 101

Note- These is general advice on exercising with arthritis. It doesn’t attempt to differentiate between the different types of arthritis and the pain it causes. If you’ve never strength trained before, please consult your doctor. Our bones (and bodies) are … Read More

Limit your mistakes

Starting your fitness journey when everything is shiny, and the gains are coming thick and fast is exciting. You feel like you can’t do anything wrong because every weight you touch turns to muscle. OR You’ve been in this game … Read More

Being injured- curse or blessing?

How many times did you hear this when you were a kid? Mum- “Stop that right this instant. You’re going to hurt yourself.” You- “Look mum, no hands. I can fly.” Mum- “If you could fly, God would’ve given you … Read More