OBESITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY I would never promote fat shaming. I really wouldn’t. To me, any form of bullying is outright wrong. However, to “normalise” being overweight or obese is also wrong. I recently came across two newspaper articles that really struck a chord with me. I’ve posted them both below if you care to
Insomnia Insomnia is something I have battled for years. I am an insomniac. I don’t sleep well. Sometimes I don’t sleep at all. I often get asked what I do during the night? So I thought I’d make a video to show you. Right now a typical night for me is about 3
If you’ve never used a calorie counting app before, it can be a little intimating. You may have heard of or seen others using these apps. But the thought of you using one might leave you scratching your head wondering where to begin. This post will show you that calorie counting apps are soooo simple
I have an injured knee! Before I tell you more about my knee, I thought I would share with you a video of some of the exercises I have been doing to try and rehab it. Please note that this video is for information purposes only. And if you are carrying an injury, seek professional
I joined Weightwatchers! My full review! Introduction So, I joined Weightwatchers…no, seriously, I really did! Why? Simple. I wanted to stake them out! I was aware of the ins and outs of the “old” Weightwatchers program, as my mum was a member a few years back. My mum let me see her program material and
Fitness and misleading studies – the problems with following scientific research in fitness Fitness and misleading studies. Health and fitness is truly a passion of mine, and it has been for a long time. For that reason, I have often enjoyed browsing through different fitness related research and studies. I find it interesting and I
Fitbit and fitness trackers are “in”. They are currently “the thing”. Everyone is wearing them. So the purpose of this post is to look into whether just like Pokemon cards, Pogs, Tamagotchis, and yoyos, are Fitbits just a passing fad? Or perhaps like the iPhone, are they actually a legitimately revolutionary device here to stay?