Education is Useless

I sit here at this computer every week, trying to make a dull subject like health and fitness interesting. The odd rude joke and funny story. Spilling my guts and sharing valuable tips. Trying not to bore you (or myself) half to death. It's tough work if I’m honest, making this topic entertaining, but I enjoy it. So, if you are [...]
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I Turned Green & They Laughed

I was reminded the other day that I have lost my ability to spin around and around. We were at the park with our friends and their kids and I was on the roundabout with my son. After a few spins I started to feel a little “whooshy”. I knew my “spin-a-bility” was broken a few years back when we were in Longleat but had pushed it to [...]
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EP42 – Q & A – Upper Body Home Exercises, Food Intolerances & Allergies, Training Plateaus, Weight Training, Macro-Nutrients, Micro-Nutrients, Achilles Injuries, Injury Rehabilitation.

Richard Clarke and Dr Mark Daniels answer the questions you have been sending into the show. The questions answered on this week’s busy show include what upper body exercises can you do from home? (3:16), do you know a local nutritionist/dietician/allergist who can help a lady with intolerances to certain fruits and vegetables? (9:30), should [...]
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  • exercise

    Some People Take The Piss

    This week is my first week back in work after being on holiday for 10 days. We went down to stay at our caravan in West Wales. It was bliss. It overlooks the bay, and it's really chilled out. My Mum and Dad have a caravan next door to ours, if you have kids you know how nice that is. The first weekend [...]

    She Hates Fat People

    We were in class last night, and as usual the girls were keeping me up to date with all the important stuff going on in the world. Last night Irene mentioned that Katie Hopkins the ex-Apprentice participant is PURPOSELY gaining weight to (in her words) “prove to fat people” it's easy to lose weight. Now, as [...]
  • nutrition

    Bad Grampa & Good Grampa

    My son has two Granddads. One is called Grampa George (my fater-in-law). One is called Bampa Tim (my Father). One of them spends hours with my son doing things like: -Drawing & painting (while listening to classical music) -Reading books & going to the library -Cooking -Letters, spelling and [...]

    The Five Easiest Diets I Know

    Over the years I have spent 1000’s of hours designing and writing out DIET PLANS. Every time I go through the process I try to improve it. Lots of thought is always put in. Hoping to reach the Shangri-La of DIETS one day. Unfortunately the more work I put into these diets and alike the more complicated [...]
  • motivation

    She Got Her Confidence Back

    I had a client who came to see me because she was having trouble with a nagging injury.   But today is not about the injury it's about what happened when it was fixed.   This lady’s  knee was dominating her life, her thoughts and her mood, because it was stopping her keeping in shape and with it she was [...]

    Why Buying His Dream Car Turned Into A Nightmare‏

    I'm lying down writing this on my bed I have had man flu for a few days (I told you I was human) But today I'm feeling much better, although my darling wife says you couldn't tell by looking at me Anyway the show must go on, and I think I can just about manage an email I have another little tale for [...]
  • health

    Education is Useless

    I sit here at this computer every week, trying to make a dull subject like health and fitness interesting. The odd rude joke and funny story. Spilling my guts and sharing valuable tips. Trying not to bore you (or myself) half to death. It's tough work if I’m honest, making this topic entertaining, but I [...]

    I Turned Green & They Laughed

    I was reminded the other day that I have lost my ability to spin around and around. We were at the park with our friends and their kids and I was on the roundabout with my son. After a few spins I started to feel a little “whooshy”. I knew my “spin-a-bility” was broken a few years back when we were in [...]
  • relaxation

    Give Old Muscles A New Lease Of Life

    Do you feel tense?  Maybe you feel tight across the upper back between the shoulder blades, or perhaps it's more of a stiff lower back, hips and legs. Tight muscles create numerous problems throughout the body from aches and pain to reduced oxygen and blood flow to the tight area. Soft tissue is an area I have [...]

    7 Steps to Relaxing Naturally

    Relaxation...without drugs or alcohol. When I was growing up in my teenage and student year's people would relax by having a few drinks or taking drugs of some sort, prescribed by the GP, legal and illegal. I want to differentiate between natural relaxation and chemical induced relaxation. Most evenings [...]
  • personal-development

    I Make Up Stories

    Like most people my favourite time is the end of the day. Not because I'm glad to finish work but because I'm looking forward to getting home before my son goes to bed at half seven. When I'm there (4 nights a week), its my job to tell my son a story. Its never a story from a story book, its just one I make [...]

    I Have Created A Monster

    Ok seems I have created a bit of a monster. Things are so busy I’m having trouble keeping up. What with a nearly full diary with my coaching clients and if you add in the requests for articles from the Western Mail and Carmarthen Journal, SA2 times and various other sites. I can’t keep up with myself. [...]
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