I can do anything, I am strong, I am invincible #ThisGirlCan

Last Sunday was International Women’s Day, and I was really excited to see how many sporting organisations and companies were promoting the day and promoting women’s involvement in sport – from celebrating Olympic achievements down to encouraging everyday women to get more active. I’ve written before about the challenges that professional sportswomen face through a self-reinforcing cycle where … Continue reading I can do anything, I am strong, I am invincible #ThisGirlCan

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For the love of Park Run

As anyone who knows me knows, I've already got a mild Park Run obsession. Last month I broke outside my normal routine of my local Park Run to go to a few other local runs, as well a volunteering at others, and it increased my love even more. So I thought I'd spread the love … Continue reading For the love of Park Run

Superfood Seven – quinoa and ‘cheating’ roasted veg

I didn't realise until I started writing this down quite what a tick list of so-called 'superfoods' this dish is. I normally ignore most of the marketing buzz that goes on around the latest trendy food, but I happen to think this tastes (and looks) really good. Normally I would prepare it by roasting all the … Continue reading Superfood Seven – quinoa and ‘cheating’ roasted veg

#Hannahs100DayChallenge – Day 1

Want to find out more about how personal training can support you to meet your goals? Follow #Hannahs100DayChallenge. Lots of people ask me ‘what is personal training like’, ‘how would it help me meet my goals’ and most commonly ‘will you shout at me’! So to help answer some of these questions, one of my … Continue reading #Hannahs100DayChallenge – Day 1

Overcoming body image – training because we want to, not as punishment

My amazing and inspiring personal trainer, Amy Cohen, posted the blog below last week. It sums up so much of what I think about exercise and our attitude to our bodies that I thought I would share it here (always been a fan of recycling!). I hope some of it strikes a chord with you. Thanks for letting … Continue reading Overcoming body image – training because we want to, not as punishment