New Years resolutions: a quick guide to doing it right. Chances are that you have started to think about your new year resolutions? Here are 15 simple tips to help you out for 2022: 1. Set REALISTIC goals… if you are new to training or looking to resume after a long time off, then going from nothing […]
I had a great time watching Bond last night! I love the escapism of going to the cinema: No phones.No pausing or rewinding.If you go for a wee you miss something. It’s a welcome break from the outside world for a few hours. 👍🏻 No Time To Die is 2 hrs 43mins, when was the […]
Coffee culture has EXPLODED and become a social norm, with approximately 95 million cups of coffee been drank per day in the UK!
You probably know that caffeine is a drug and gives you a buzz, but how does it actually work?
I’m a big fan of log booking every workout… Your log book can be your friend, it can help keep you accountable to yourself, it can help keep you focused/on track, and it can help give you feedback if your progress starts to stall… However, in order to examine your numbers accurately you […]
Sweating… It’s pretty common for people to feel self conscious about sweating during exercise. This is totally understandable, as sweating is an involuntary action controlled by the autonomic nervous system, which is the part of our nervous system over which we have zero control. We don’t consciously think to ourselves ‘this is tough, […]
Rucking: Rucking is an extremely simple method of training. Get a rucksack, add weight, bang the rucksack on your back & get walking! There are many different approaches & methods, but I advise starting with around 5% of your bodyweight & progressing up to around 20%. I would start with an simple 20 min ruck […]
TBHQ is ready for business! It’s been a long couple of weeks, but we did it! I say ‘we’ because I’ve been extremely lucky to have some amazing people help make this happen! Ck Paving did a truly AMAZING job of totally transforming our garden! Their service & standard of work is superb. My DIY skills are […]
Weight gain is caused by overeating in comparison to your activity levels. This doesn’t happen overnight, but through time over eating more calories than you are burning will cause you to gain weight. Physiologically speaking, the only way a human being will lose is by being in a calorie deficit (consuming less calories or expending […]
15% of your total daily calories are burned from your daily activities excluding resting, training, sleeping and eating. This is referred to as Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis (N.E.A.T). A huge influence in N.E.A.T levels are the total amount of daily steps that you perform. However, you can increase you N.E.A.T without tracking steps, it’s just […]