Have you listened to the Healthy Post Natal Body podcast yet?
Hi All, I was asked why I hadn’t updated this site in a while and that reminded me that it’s probably a good idea to stick a little blog in … Continue reading
The Transtheoretical Model (Stages of Change) Stage 6; Relapse
Hi guys, Hope you’re well and have enjoyed the first 5 blogs about the Stages of Change model. The last one about the Stages, there might be one or … Continue reading
The Transtheoretical Model (Stages of Change) Stage 4; Action
Hi guys, Part 4 in our Stages of Change series, please read the other ones before dropping straight into this one 🙂 Now we’re cooking, into the Action stage we … Continue reading
The Transtheoretical Model (Stages of Change) Stage 3; Preparation (Determination)
Hi guys, Inevitably, after Stage 1 and 2 comes Stage 3; The Preparation (Determination) Stage. People in the Preparation stage are ready to take action and plan to do … Continue reading
The Transtheoretical Model (Stages of Change) Stage 1; Pre-contemplation
Hi guys, As promised in my last blog about the methodology I try to use to enable people to make permanent changes to their lifestyles, I’ll go into a … Continue reading
Are you making an INTENTIONAL change?
Hi guys, Today I’d thought I’d share a bit of mindset- and decision-making methodology with you that I like to use with my clients. See, I firmly believe that … Continue reading
Will my Diastasis Recti heal naturally?
Hi guys, I seem to be getting more and more emails from concerned mums who gave birth a while ago and find that their separation is not healing by … Continue reading
Best Personal Trainer in Scotland or Edinburgh? I’m not sure
Hi guys, One of the questions I get asked every now and again is the old “So are you the best PT in Scotland?” or “Who’s the best Personal Trainer … Continue reading
Slaters or Saville row?
Hi Guys, I was asked the other day why someone would pay a Personal Trainer when they could just go to online and buy a program. Now I have … Continue reading
Fruit sugar vs sugar sugar, is it the same?
Hi guys, I put something up on facebook a few weeks ago about food labelling in the UK and someone asked me an excellent question. “What is the thinking about … Continue reading