New Years Resolutions
Luke Barden January 2013
It's the start of a new year again! Everyone eats and drinks a bit too much over the Christmas and New Years Eve, and the plan to "lose the weight in the new year" or as a "new years resolution" is a very popular one!
Don't let yourself get caught up in the short lived, fast to start and just as fast to finish trend! Set yourself a real goal, with real aims and timescales!
SMART goals is a great way to begin. Small - Measurable - Achievable - Relentless - Targets
Make sure you get yourself to where you want to be this year!
Physically (the way your body looks, feels and performs) and in regards to your health and mentality. A balance of all three will leave you feeling fantastic!
Keep the Positive Start Going
Luke Barden, February 2013
After starting the year well, making SMART goals and sticking to them, results should start becoming visible now. However, don’t let this allow you to become complacent!
If you missed the New Years buzz, theres nothing stopping you from beginning a routine now! Don’t be put off because others have a head start on you. You don’t have to be great when you start, but you do have to start to be great!
Read more to pick up some nutrition and cardio information, and to further your training knowledge.
Identify Your Weaknesses
Luke Barden, March 2013
"You are only as strong as your weakest link"
This month, look at how far you have come so far through this year, and where you want to be.
Then, look at what parts of your goals are falling behind, or being forgotten in the light of the other more successful parts.
Diet Plan 101
Luke Barden, April 2013
This month, we will take a look at the term 'diet' and what it actually means.
There is also a very simple and easy to follow suggestion for a way to lose weight without counting calories!
Mix it up! Continued
Luke Barden, September 2013
Following feedback from the last article asking for examples of ways to mix up training, this month we will look at 5 ways you can shock the body in your weights routine, which should leave you feeling it again.
Luke Barden, October 2013
A whole new way to look at the way you exercise to burn fat.