How To Make Homemade Protein Powder

homemade protein powder

Working hard in the gym is one half of the journey to hitting your fitness goals. The other half is looking after your nutrition is step two. Therefore, this homemade protein powder recipe is a great way to boost your protein intake right out of your kitchen cupboard… Okay, so Continue Reading

Why I’m Taking A Break From Training

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Given I run a blog which has a large emphasis on fitness this may seem like a strange topic. In addition, it’s not like I’m a high level competitive athlete so why do I even want a break? Well, there a few reasons contributing to this decision that I feel Continue Reading

Lean in 15: Popeye Chicken

Last night Han and I tried another one of Joe Wicks’ Lean in 15 recipes, Popeye Chicken. This was recommended to us by a friend and to be fair it sounded like exactly the type of food we like. The ingredient list isn’t a book in itself and there are Continue Reading

3 Tips To Make Running More Enjoyable

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Since I have had the all clear following my knee operation I have began running. Previously I ran sporadically, however I now try to run most mornings. The problem is, I can find it quite boring!!! Therefore, I have started to use different techniques to mix things up and help me Continue Reading

6 Of The Best Travel Instagram Accounts To Follow

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If you’re anything like me you’ll love Instagram (I’ve posted about it here).Whether you use it to casually browse, keep in contact with friends or take inspiration, there’s no doubting how powerful it can be. One of the area’s Instagram is great for is travel. There are millions of beautiful photo’s Continue Reading

The Excursionist by J.D. Sumner Book Review

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The Excursionist by J.D. Sumner is a brilliantly satirical read. The novel documents a solo travellers quest to visit 100 countries within a lifetime. The use of dark humour expresses the conflict of wanting to see as much of the world as possible and trying to have meaningful experiences whilst doing so. Whilst fictional, The Excursionist Continue Reading

Is social media good for fitness?

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Like most, I am an avid user of social media. I scroll through Instagram for far to long at times. Tweet my blog posts over and over, whilst using Facebook as my personal newspaper. There’s no getting away from how big social media is. Facebook have recently tripled their quarterly profits which shows Continue Reading

Healthy snacks – Raw cacao & orange zest energy bars

This weekend, after the success of the last no bake dessert, we wanted to try another! This time around we fancied more of a snack to pick at as and when we felt peckish. So, we re-visited the go to source for healthy ans simple bakes, Healthy Living James. This time around Continue Reading

Instinctive eating and how it can help you

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What, when, how and when to eat. Just a few of the questions that run through the mind of health conscious individuals when considering diet choices. For many this leads to choosing a specific diet or nutrition plan – Paleo, IIFYM, Ketogenic, Carb Back Loading etc. Whilst good, they can get overly confusing Continue Reading

Fitness – Enjoying the process

Seeing improvements in our fitness is what everyone wants. However sacrificing enjoyment at the cost of doing so makes exercising a whole lot harder. We will all have ups and downs on our fitness journey and some days will be harder than others. Even so, enjoying the process of getting fitter should remain. If it Continue Reading