The Truth About Snacking

The generally accepted norm is to eat three square meals a day. My mum was a big advocate of this and did all she could to make sure I maintained a good habit of eating breakfast, lunch and dinner. Although a good start, I actually don’t...

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Body for a desk job

Body for a desk job

It’s no shock that we are quickly turning into a nation of sedentary individuals and that we no longer ‘need’ to be active to survive.  We can quite happily wake up, drive to work, sit at a desk for 8 hours drive home, sit on the sofa, got to bed...

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Road to Rio: Harry Martin

Road to Rio: Harry Martin

We are running a series of interviews with sportsmen and women hoping to be at the Rio Olympics in 2016.  They are all current internationals and they will be answering questions about sport, fitness and staying motivated for At Home Fitness. Our...

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Try to Fail

Try to Fail

When did you last try something challenging and fail?  In our modern risk-averse, success-driven society failure is not an option.  Failure at work might get us the sack.  Failure in our personal life is seen as making us a lesser person.  Yet...

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Pole Dancing

Pole Dancing

Calm down chaps, this isn’t an article about pole dancing as you know it.  Today I’m going to be looking at pole dancing as a genuine form of exercise.  Granted I did get a few man point nods from my mates when I said I’d bought my girlfriend...

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The obvious way to lose weight!

The obvious way to lose weight!

It’s hardly news if I tell you that, as a nation, we’re getting fatter.  It probably won’t surprise you either that most people who want personal training with me want to lose weight.  Although there are many reasons people gain weight, there is...

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