I started a career with horses almost 25 years ago. I had the most amazing time, travelling the country working with some of the Uk’s leading riders. I rode professionally as an Event rider for the last 7 years of my time in the saddle. Since then I have ridden for pleasure, embarked on... Continue Reading →
To develop gradually, over time, often into a better, more complex, more advanced state … Do we overlook our own evolution by constantly focusing on the destination rather than the journey?
Lets talk from a fitness perspective. How do you know whether you respect yourself or your body? Its pretty obvs right? Wrong. Disrespect is sneaky, it often lurks in the most ‘positive’ intentions. In fitness, it often lies in goal setting.
How important is it to rest? Very. Resting not only gives your body the time to recoup and recharge, but also your mind.
Attitude is tough to master, and I ain’t just talking about the butt burning Barre exercise… the brain teaser that is our own personal narrative can be way more of a challenge. It’s that age old idea of the angel/devil sitting on your shoulder, of course what we rarely acknowledge is that both the angel and the devil are in fact ourselves, and we can actively choose how we are going to talk to ourselves. Yes, that’s right gang, we control our own narrative.
As a starter to this blog series it seemed a no-brainer to talk about Belief: how much we believe in ourselves and how that effects our fitness & our daily life.
Happy May Day Guys!!!! What better way to start May than with a motivational Monday muse. Speaking of motivation . . . . did I tell you I have loved (and I mean LOVED) reading all of the 'Real Results' client blogs?!! They have been inspiring, heart warming and of course beautifully written . .... Continue Reading →
The enemy of progress, certainly in fitness, is the excuse. Its the force of evil that 'convinces' us that we simply can't or aren't able to do a class. It tells us that its okay to cancel or miss because something infinitely more important has come up or happened to us. Its the rationale that... Continue Reading →
Working out is hard. If it weren't it might instead be called 'playing out', or maybe 'funning out'? Either way its tough, and for many reasons. No matter what anyone tells you there is no easy way to getting stronger and more fit. It takes hard work, discipline, and proper direction, and that's without all... Continue Reading →