Budapest – Buda Buda Buda


As it’s getting closer to Christmas I thought I’d get around to posting about last year’s trip to Budapest. This is somewhere Han and I had been looking forward to visiting at this time of year. Mainly because of the Christmas markets but also to fill the gap between Christmas Continue Reading

The hidden benefits of Crossfit

crossfit space

Love it or hate it, you can’t argue that Crossfit creates conversation. It is possibly the most debated training style in the world of fitness. Benefits and drawbacks are thrown back and forth between both camps. More often than not these are quite obvious. However, what about those benefits that Continue Reading

November Workouts 2016

crossfit chat

November feels like a fresh start in terms of my rehab and training. Through September and October the focus was really on gaining some confidence again and getting back into a routine. Hopefully, though November I can begin to move my training on. I am away at the end of Continue Reading

Diet: Don’t focus on a number to benefit you

Diet is becoming more and more important for anyone, not just those into fitness. Growing media coverage and awareness of health markers means more people are trying to improve their diet than ever before. This great and has led to numerous ways to eat and diets to use. The majority Continue Reading

London: The Big Smoke


This past weekend Han and I visited London for Han’s birthday. We have been to London the past couple of years now and love the place for a weekend visit.¬†It all went a bit too quickly if I’m honest but here are the highlights… If you enjoy the read please Continue Reading

October Workouts 2016

October workouts

October is a big month. Not only am I now half way through physiotherapy work, but I should also be signed off. This will allow me to begin pushing training again in addition to rebuilding my leg fully. I will also be keeping my double sessions per day up when Continue Reading

September Workouts 2016

Workouts October 2016

Firstly, September is my first month back doing any form of training again. This is a big month for me as I begin to test my knee again with progressive workouts and physiotherapy. September will likely be the most progressive month ever within my training. I hope you enjoy ūüí™ Continue Reading

Crossfit: Why negative perceptions aren’t true

Crossfit is growing faster than any other training style. With this rapid growth comes many positives and benefits. However, inevitably it also attracts negativity and false perceptions. Here are 4 common misconceptions¬†that Crossfit seems to attract… Crossfit is dangerous This is probably the first thing anyone with a negative view Continue Reading

Costa Del Sol

Costa Del Sol

For most Brits, the go to destination for a quick break is Spain. More specifically, Southern Spain and the Costa Del Sol. The strip of coastline is known for its sandy beaches and warm, reliable climate. It also happened to be the destination my Girlfriend and I visited for an early Summer Continue Reading

Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi

The UAE is now a fitness hotbed with Crossfit affiliates popping up all over the Emirates. With the rise of fitness, Abu Dhabi is attracting some of the best coaches in the world. This includes one of the owners of my home gym, Antony Monks, who coaches out of Crossfit Yas. Just over a year ago, Continue Reading