Release Your Inner Showgirl

Tuesday, 08 August 2017 by

This week we are looking at Burlexercise. You may be wondering what Burlexercise is. Well, simply put it is a medium-high intensity fitness class. But actually it is so much more. The class includes 30 minutes of dance cardio combining burlesque showgirl moves with exercise. Then we spend the next 30 minutes working with dumbbells

Moving Cities

Tuesday, 25 July 2017 by

In April, I made the move to Glasgow from London. Why? For a man! My life up until now hasn’t been what I planned, but I guess the universe has its own ways to put you on the right track, and I couldn’t be happier with where I am now. In 2014, I decided to

Review from Fitness Blogger Sabi Phagura

Monday, 17 October 2016 by

This week instead of telling you how great Burlexercise is, I’m going to divert your attention to Sabi Phagura’s review of the class. She is a fitness blogger and travels all around the world to try exercise classes and write reviews. Click on the link below to read the review. In her review she

The Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge

Monday, 27 June 2016 by

Last weekend, Saturday 18th June I completed the Yorkshire 3 Peaks Challenge with 7 friends. We climbed Yorkshire Dales’ 3 highest peaks; Pen Y Ghent, Whernside and Ingleborough. We ascended 1381m (4531ft) and covered 23 miles. This was the hardest challenge I’ve done physically ever. We were walking continuously for 12.5 hours with our longest

There are many reasons to keep the body fit and healthy. In this post, I’m going to focus on how keeping fit will help you in your business. A study carried out in 2013 found our mental firepower is directly linked to our physical activity. What can you expect from including physical activity into your

This blog is looking at the third Pilates principle – Control. Joseph Pilates called his fitness system Contrology, which we now know as Pilates. Pilates’ Contrology programme aimed to develop the complete co-ordination of mind, body and spirit to promote suppleness, muscular power, endurance and posture, which together helps to alleviate symptoms of pain. Why

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Pilates on the Swiss Ball

Monday, 01 February 2016 by

In January I started teaching Pilates on the Swiss Ball. I love working on the swiss ball as it has many benefits. Working with the ball develops muscle tone for the entire body as well as improving core stability, posture and muscle balance. It also improves flexibility and can be used to add cardio into the