Laura’s blog

I have been away for a while and I have had a think about how I structure training/nutrition/mind-set/support/guidance/lifestyle changes for my clients. I feel there is so much more needed in order to lead a sustainable healthy lifestyle. This is why in my training programme I want clients to sign up to 3 times a week training in order to make the biggest impact and build a good foundation for healthy living. I found people would find it hard to stay focused and learn enough with only once a week contact. This way you can cover so much more and get the most out of our time together. It is full commitment to your health and yourself, putting you first and investing in your future. I have outlined what is covered and what we would be doing together for your health, now

I'll let my fantastic client tell you how he found training with me, my advice, guidance and support to be of help to his lifestyle. No magic tricks here, just your dedication and my knowledge will get you what you want. How to break free from the busyness of everyday life - PT Client  The busyness of everyday life means that we neglect our health and instead focus on work, socialising and so on. In our daily routines we find ourselves too busy to eat healthy foods and too busy to exercise. The problem is that without a balanced lifestyle, the body becomes unhealthy and you become unhappy. Why work late into the evening every day if you are too unhealthy to enjoy the rewards afterwards? What’s the point? After a long time of neglecting my physical and mental health I decided to

Why wait till after Christmas to get yourself healthy, eating nutritiously, active and in a better shape. We have at least 6 weeks before the madness that is Christmas kicks in. You can make some positive changes to your eating habits and activity levels that will help see you through the indulgence of the festive period. If you are unhappy with your health, shape and fitness at present imagine how much worse it will be after the New Year. Small positive changes will get you to your goals and even if you have a few days off you won’t undo all the hard work up to that point. Sign up now to start my 12 Week Programme that will put you on the right path before Christmas and you will have 6 weeks after Christmas to get back in to the full swing

Rest day yesterday, a bit of R&R shopping with my Mummy. These days are so much more rewarding and important than killing yourself #training What's life if you don't spend it with the people you love ❤️ the most. #restdays are super important as is managing your training so you don't over do it. #overtraining leads to #fatigue, reduced #muscle, inability to get a #leanbody, no #gains, only #weightgain, #hormones out of whack, #increased #appetite, inability to control portion sizes, constant hunger and feeling rubbish. The whole point of #exercise #nutrition #health is to FEEL great, we shouldn't be focused on aesthetics it's about wanting to jump out of bed in the morning, glowing from the inside out and having endless energy ?????????????? If you don't feel like this then maybe you need to reassess your routine and habits. I'm very aware of this for

I am constantly asked what's the best 'diet' to follow in order to be well and have an active, healthy long life. Well there is no one kind of 'diet' that fits all. We are in need of good nutrition which means fresh, nutrient dense, real food. So what does this mean for us as individuals. I don't like the word 'diet' let's focus on: A healthy lifestyle which includes positively adapting your food, activity levels, stress and sleep. Hydrate with plenty of water which can be flavoured with slices of cucumber, lemon, orange, any fruit, mint, herbs etc Herbal teas are great, try to limit yourself to 1-2 teas/coffee a day. Eggs in the morning are a great way to start your day and keep you fuller for longer. It lowers your sugar intake as cereals will put you over your