Fitness

Just do it!

I’ve always detested the phrase, popularised by Nike, “just do it” as I associated it with gung-ho trainers who don’t have the first clue about the challenges some of their clients face.  To me, it’s always made light of the barriers that clients face when trying to begin or maintain some type of fitness regime. […]

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Fitness

Good Vibrations

Today marks ten weeks to the day since my surgery to reattach my hamstring tendon back in its rightful place (ischial tuberosity) and yesterday, I ‘rewarded’ myself with a physiotherapy visit, which was rather exciting as I got to have another go at supervised Nordic curls, static strengthening and finally the icing on the cake, […]

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The Art of Slowing Down (or in my case, “The Struggle to Slow Down”

I really should have titled this post “struggling with slowing down” rather than the “art of slowing down” – however I am sure that there is an art to stopping and just enjoying the present moment (that is called mindfulness, isn’t it?). Over the course of recovery from this injury, I’ve come to realise how […]

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