Blog: women's health and fitness

 

 

A Guide to Goal Setting

14th January 2020

It’s very easy to say that you want to achieve something, it’s harder to set a self-catered, achievable goal.

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Why most people fail at achieving their goals (and how you can succeed!)

2nd January 2020

Setting goals is great; it gives you direction, a purpose and a sense of satisfaction and achievement.

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Active Flexibility for Middle Splits

22nd August 2019

Firstly, what is active flexibility?Active flexibility is the strength you have to pull your leg / limb into its maximum range of flexibility.

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Why does today's workout suck? The answer is your hormones...

14th August 2019

Women are not the same as men. We are not chemically (hormonally) designed to train the same way, every week. And we need to stop beating ourselves up for trying and inevitably failing.

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Recovering from Middle Splits

1st August 2019

Where does it hurt? Your butt? Your groin? Your quads / hip flexors?I'm guessing all of it!Here are some great stretches and foam rolling techniques to help you through.First up;...

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How to eat and exercise with your menstrual cycle

13th July 2019

This presentation from our director Jacinta Diamonds will BLOW YOUR MIND!Women are not men.We need to stop trying to diet and train like men!If we...

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Is this key to self confidence the last thing you might expect?

22nd March 2019

Are you your own worst enemy, do you sabotage yourself before you even start?

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Are you training your 'abs' wrong?

18th December 2017

Everybody wants abs of doom. They want to flaunt that sexy, ripped 6-pack - especially over summer! But the reality is; most people are not training their abs correctly for...

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Pancake Stretching

26th November 2017

This is a straddle or pancake stretch. In this stretch we are aiming to stretch your hamstrings and your adductors.

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