Come rain or shine I stick to high intensity training in one form or another. The truth is that as long as I maintain consistency - even when travelling - each week I realise how my overall strength and agility improves, how my body changes shape, and many of my usual aches and pains diminish.
It's summer and I know i'm not alone when I say there are an abundance of social events on the go, all of which will probably revolve around food and drink. So here are some easy and effective tips to keep in mind, that could help you keep your beach body in check.
We all know the feeling; lunchtime, last minute company and nothing of great substance in the fridge, eeek! With 15 minutes to whip up a culinary delight for my guest, I turned to my old faithful Green Soup
Over a year ago I switched up my way of training due to a hectic travel schedule. I realised that I needed to find a way to workout on the road and although I do love a good old fashion gym session, these high intensity, short bursts of maximum output, big functional exercises have worked wonders for the watersports I love to do, for injury prevention and me, personally.