I've had quite a few people come to talk to me about my back since my last post, primarily worried about teenage relatives so I figured why not get in a bit deeper. Obviously this isn't aimed at teens so it's not clean! #justsayin Scoliosis is a curvature of the spine which is prevalent in girls although it can happen to guys too. It often develops in pre-teens and teenagers during the growth spurt which is when mine reared it's bendy little face. I distinctly remember being
Now we're not oblivious to the fact that most people train because they want to look better..... whatever that better might be to them. Some people want to look slimmer, more muscular, more toned.... everyone has a different idea on what their ideal physique would be. This is fantastic.... it's a great motivation. But it really really shouldn't be the only one. Unless the individual is prepared to commit 100% to the diet and program required to reach their ideal, ultimate, dr
After the miracle solution huh?! Well here it is: Pull your finger out your ass and drop the excuses Yup. That's it. Let's do it. What is holding you back? People will try and sell you a miracle solution. A pill you can take, a shake you can drink, an exercise you can do. It's all bollocks. EVERYTHING works for a short period of time and then you're up shit creek stuck in a plateau thinking 'being healthy just didn't work for me'. What motivates you is almost irrelevant. A lo
So I'm currently dying after teaching dance fitness for the day in a local school for their 'Health Awareness Day'.... I had Year 1s -Year 4s doing Zumba and Year 7s-Year10s doing Hype which is my street dance fitness concept. It made me start thinking about all of the weapons and heavy artillery you gain over the years from teaching. I stood there today infront of 120 5-7 year olds and not for one second did I think 'Holy Crap what am I going to do with this many children'.
So basically Mike decided he was going to see if he could fit 15,000kcals in his face in a day. Me being the plonker that I am decided that this sounded like an awesome idea and that I would join in and set my goal at 10,000.... I'm on around 3,000 a day anyway so I didn't think it's be too hard but let's just say I follow my macros to the gram day in and day out. To be fair, with 3000kcals a day I can pretty much fit anything I want in as long as plan in advance and I'm real