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Oct 11th, 2017

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Swings, Squats & Push Ups

https://youtu.be/PueF-qI5JWM   So this is one of my favourite quick workouts. Perfect for when you are short on time. The combination of Swings, Squats and Push Ups ensure nearly every body part is hit and it really gets the heart rate up! Guarantees weightloss, and toning in your training session. In our Galway gym this is pratised as part of our periodised training in our fitness classes.

Oct 11th, 2017

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5 Tips To Easily Make Meditation Part Of Your Day

1) Start Small.  Simply aim for 7 minutes initially. This can increase over time if you wish. 2) Schedule it.  Sometimes it can fall down your list of priorities when life gets busy. Schedule a time to do your meditation and STICK to it! 3) Use an app. I've always found guided meditation easier than silence. Apps such as "Take a Break" or " Headspace" are great options here. 4) Don't over complicate it.  You […]

Oct 4th, 2017

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Consistency V Intensity

      Intensity V Consistency   So, I was recently listening to Simon Sinek, one of the great modern minds that I highly recommend, and he brought up a relative point regarding intensity V consistency. Hearing his points on this made me think about how this relates to the Health & Fitness industry and the obsessive nature of intensity.   Too often we seek intensity over consistency. All these quick fix products, both in […]

Jul 15th, 2016

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3 Free Things To Help Lose Fat

  Sometimes the best things in life really are free. I’ve watched people spend huge amounts of money on fat burners, gimmicky supplements or the new wonderful detox. Sadly they only thing these burn is a hole in your pocket. Clever marketing and our desire for a quick fix has lead some companies to huge fortunes and us to feeling like we have failed again and need the next new shiny object. However there are […]

Jul 12th, 2016

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Quick Chicken Dinner

So last night we had to throw together a bit of a quicker dinner than I had planned. My intentions of firing up the BBQ were put on hold partly due to the weather (which wasn’t really a deterrent) and simply just running outta time. So we threw together a nice simple but tasty dinner of chicken legs and homemade chips with a bit of veg too. The chicken turned out to be full of […]

Jul 6th, 2016

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Dairy Alternatives

This week Nutritional Therapist Claire Grady gives us advice on dairy alternatives   DAIRY FREE MILK There is a huge range and variety of Dairy Free Milk Alternatives on the market. Sometimes it's hard to decide what the difference is between them; what are their benefits and which one is best for you. Nut milks are by far the most popular milks currently and are tasty, nutritious alternatives to dairy milk or soya milk. Milk alternatives are excellent […]

Jun 30th, 2016

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Root Vegetable Mash

As you probably know by now am a big fan of Paleo. Sometimes though I wonder have I really evolved into a proper grown up! My battle with trying to love vegetables has being going on since I was sitting at mums dinner table eating the cold veg off my plate. I thought it would become easier when I grew up. I’m still waiting! However some part of me has realised their importance so I […]

Jun 27th, 2016

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Imperfection is perfect

  Stop trying to be perfect. Strive to improve, to always be better. But stop focusing on being perfect. None of us ever will be. The goal of perfection will lead to more pain than enjoying the journey of improvement. Even if we do manage perfection in one area of our life, one area where we devote our absolute dedication, commitment and effort, is it worth it? So your diet is 100% perfect, how’s your […]