Practical Guidance for Neck & Back Pain

Have you ever suffered with nagging neck or back pain?

Well, today’s blog post is brought to you by James Tang.

James is a PT and Corrective Exercise Specialist who has also recently released a book on the importance of good posture.

5 Years On – Cancer, Remission & Me

Yesterday, on Thursday 16th August 2018, I received the long awaited news that I was officially cancer free. After a year of treatment and 5 years of subsequent scans, I […]

The Mental Benefits of Having Cancer

As my final set of scans and check-ups approach, I look back on these past 5 years… Thinking of all the things, both good and bad, that have happened since […]

The Importance of Stretching

I’ve been guilty in the past for not stretching half as much as I should’ve done… You finish a workout and all you want to do is either: eat, shower […]

Psychology – Witnessing the Change

Psychology has been a big part of my life for the past 9 years. The whole concept of psychology was brought to my attention when I started boxing. The ability […]

The Inflamed Mind – Inflammation & Depression – A Book Review

Author of the newly released book about inflammation and depression, “The Inflamed Mind”, Edward Bullmore, is a highly qualified and well recognised medical professional. As well as having both a Bachelor of […]

A Sunday Morning Hike

With the sun beaming through my window and the sound of the birds tweeting outside, I was wide awake at 7:30am on my Sunday off (no change there) and ready to set off on a good old hike, something I hadn’t done for a long while!

After thinking about it for so long, and after a month or so of good weather, I finally decided to go out and make the most of it, accompanied with my map and bergen, on a long walk through the local Surrey countryside.

Social Media & Depression In an Evolving World

Facebook (who also own the majority of other big social media platforms) have recently released an advert, essentially apologising for sharing it’s users data and spamming us with advertisements, clickbait […]

Meditation – The Benefits & My Own Experiences with It

Meditation is sometimes seen as something almost religious or spiritual, and whilst it could be either of those things to some people, its main purpose for the vast majority of […]

World Cup Fever

Being an Englishman is both a pleasure and a pain… Football and major tournaments for England, usually fall into the category of being a pain. However, I have to say […]