Tag Archives: training

Bridging The Gap

From Injury To Your Optimal Performance¬† It is not uncommon when recovering from an injury or surgery, to have a loss of confidence in your ability, after your physiotherapist tells you that you are ready to return to sport, especially when that sport was the main culprit. There is a difference between being able to run, and being able to run 90km in one go. There is a difference between being able to go skiing, and being able to manage a 5 hour ski tour Continue reading →

Mental Wellbeing – A Podcast

  Mental health is just as important as physical health, they go hand in hand in creating an overall good state of well being. During this lockdown we took the time to have a chat with Hester Viney, a councillor and trainee psychotherapist. We pick her brains on what she believes we can be doing to look after our own mental health during these uncertain times. Could this global pandemic actually benefit some of us? Is there things we can learn perhaps and are we Continue reading →

Time to get ‘Sit Fit’

For a lot of us, if not all of us, our daily routines have had a big impact and an inevitable change, and so have our bodies. We may have gone from working on our feet from 9-5 to being limited to our 1 hour of exercise a day (French restrictions), or have gone from our usual desk working space to our less ergonomically designed sofa office. Ultimately the majority of us are spending more time on the sofa and less time on our feet. Continue reading →

Be Fit Apps’ Top 10 Lockdown Recommendations

It seems as if this lockdown has gone one of two ways for most people. Those with children may now be in the situation where they are having to juggle home schooling, child care and working from home, struggling to find time in the day to perform simple daily tasks like a making a cup of tea or doing their daily 15 minute yoga routine. Whereas others are on the total other end of the spectrum and are unable to work or play, with no Continue reading →