Spring has always been a time to have a good clear out – out with the old, in with the new, so this year why not have the same attitude towards your diet?Read More
‘Sit less, do more on your feet’. We know that this isn’t always easy. Here is some key information about your back and some chair-based stretches and strengthening exercises to be done anywhere, from your dining table, to at your desk, sat on the sofa or even on the bus.Read More
For 9 months your body under went the amazing task of growing a baby and the changes that occurred during this time for some, will have been uneventful but for others cause unwelcome discomfort.
The job of birthing your baby whether it was a normal delivery an instrumental delivery or a C/S should be celebrated because you did it.
The transition might not have been what you expected, you might have experienced a rocky journey to get to the end result but your baby is here congratulations.Read More
Like any muscle in the body the pelvic floor needs regular training. My job is not just to train the muscles we see but the muscles we don't see!Read More
At some point during your run/race you will find a difficult patch maybe a tough hill or a point where tiredness hits often this will soon pass especially if you can keep your mind positive. So here are some tips for keeping your mind in shape. Pick some that you think might work for you and put them into practice during your runs.
April is National Stress Awareness month. Stress is an inevitable part of life. It’s impossible to eliminate, but you can learn to manage stress with our help! But first, what is stress?
When you encounter a ‘stressor’, the body prepares to respond to the threat. The autonomic nervous and endocrine systems respond by producing hormones. These responses include increases in heart and respiration rates, blood pressure, perspiration, and energy production.Read More
Who knew there were so many? and What is the answer?
Time after time I see clients trying to morph into a new character when they begin a new health and fitness programme, but this isn't what I want or really what you want.
So I thought I would write about the 7 different characters I have encountered as a coach and trainer a over the years and if you can relate to any one of them or you’re a mix of a few, then I urge you to embrace who you are instead of trying to change and look at ways to understand your character.Read More
We all know the phrase ‘5 a day’ in reference to the amount of fruit and vegetables we should be serving our children daily, but how many of us have heard of the slightly less catchy ‘180 minutes a day’?Read More
Coming back from an injury and time out can be scary, challenging and frustrating all at the same time… but don’t let it stop you from getting back on track.Read More
7 common reasons you're not seeing results - Can you relate?
Weekday angel weekend devil - very common to be good all week and then relax and overeat or drink at the weekend.
Whether you are trying to catch that quick nap around sleeping children or trying to fit sleep in around work and your social life, we all know the impact having poor sleep can have. But you may not know that poor sleep can lead to chronic health issues like diabetes, depression, heart disease, and obesity. So I have put together some strategies to help you!Read More
In February your heart may race, from seeing your loved one, or attending one of the many wonderful classes here at Kate Campbell Fitness, but I thought I would use this opportunity to ask the question ‘How healthy is your heart? /Read More