Why I Gave up on Being a “Vegan”

Don’t just read the title! Make sure you read through this blog post properly and see what I’m saying first! I’m not abandoning “veganism” entirely, however, I would no longer […]

GP’s, Persistence & Taking Control of Your Own Health

Setting the Scene Back as early as 2012, I was having a lot of health problems. Problems that I initially thought were pretty minor and that were simply part of […]

Looking Back – the Power of the Human Body

The other day I picked up a parcel from the post office. That parcel contained every single bit of information about the cancer and illness I once had, that includes […]

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Defence & The Importance of It in Boxing

All you have to do is look at the man who goes by the nickname “TBE” (The Best Ever), to know that defence is so important in boxing. However, despite […]

How Should You Train?

“How should I train?” That seems to be one of the most commonly asked question within the fitness and exercise industry. It’s a fair one and one that has no […]

The Importance of a Holiday

How many times do you put off booking a holiday? Whether it’s because you’re worried about losing business if you’re self-employed or if you’re worried about falling behind with the […]

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 […]