Earlier this week I had a bit of a ramble about my training goals. Or rather, my lack of training goals. My schedule varies vastly in terms of how I workout.
When you’re in the fitness industry, especially as a Personal Trainer, you get used to people asking you HOW you train. How many times a week do you workout. How long do you spend at the gym.
“Being healthy is just so expensive”
I hear that phrase all the time.
There’s all sorts of advice on blogs, social media and in magazines about how to live healthily on a budget.
As a Personal Trainer, you learn to get inventive. Sometimes because clients can get bored easily and you need to spice things up. Sometimes because someone has an injury that you need to adapt for.
I realise that this post may sound like I’m stating the obvious.
I’m writing it on a Tuesday evening. It’s a rare day when Im finished with work before 4pm.
These update posts are really flying by! I was so surprised when I wrote my first one, in March, that I’d already been a full time PT for three months.
Well, now even June has come to an end.
There are so many myths and misconceptions in the world of fitness and I would hazard a guess that a good 90% of these revolve around the core and abdominal muscles.
When it comes to appointments, sessions, classes, clients and even social events, I’m a very on time person. In my mind “on time” has a sub-clause which is “with five-ten minutes to spare”.
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll have noticed that I’ve been posting a lot more videos lately.
Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day. It’s pretty much the first thing I think about from the moment I wake up.