Month: September 2015

gym weights room for kickstarting weight loss

How To Kickstart Your Weight loss

Kickstarting weight loss can often be a hard first step, so here’s how to make it a little easier! Weight loss is hard, particularly when you are starting out, and for me, kickstarting when I had fallen off the food wagon was the most difficult. Kickstarting weight loss is about mentality and attitude as well […] Read more…

my weight loss timeline in pictures

My Weight Loss Timeline in pictures

My son was born in Jan 2012 and rather than lose “the baby weight” I  just obliviously, continued to put weight on On my 21st birthday, (April 2013) I weighed just over 14stone which for my 5ft 2” frame puts my BMI at 36.6 and firmly classed me as clinically obese. At the time I […] Read more…

U.K to US cooking conversions

FREE PRINTABLE – U.K to US Cooking Conversions

Cooking Conversions can be a nightmare if (like me) you find a lot of your recipes across the continents! Before I adapt recipes I need to know the original ingredient ratios and quantities. Not everyone uses the same measurement systems so I have to convert them. Here are the rough conversions to make multi-cultural cooking […] Read more…

trainers on a beam

Beginner Runner Frequently Asked Questions

So you’ve decided to run! YAY, that’s the first step. Now if you’re a complete beginner, there are a variety of frequently asked questions you won’t even realise you needed to consider yet! Don’t worry it’s not as confusing as it looks, all of my suggestions/answers are things I tried and what works for me. […] Read more…

sports lady tying hair for HIIT training

Learning All About HIIT Training & How It Helps

Let’s get the low-down on HIIT training  You may hear this acronym a lot, but it can be intimidating to know what this means or what it means for you! I am answering all the questions about HIIT training and exercises. What is HIIT? It stands for High-Intensity Interval Training. As the name suggests these […] Read more…

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