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Eat like a Human!

Recently I’ve been struck by the huge discrepancy between what is advocated as a healthy, balanced diet, and what evidence actually suggests. It makes intuitive sense that the foods which are most capable of fuelling our body and supporting optimum health are those which we have been eating throughout our evolution, and this idea is […]

5th February 2016

Bike Fitness Programming

If the winter weather is playing havoc with your cycling regime and you’re looking to take your indoor training to the next level then look no further than Bike Fit, the latest way to Ride Smarter this Winter with Nordic Balance. Situated within the In & Out private member’s club in the heart of Mayfair, […]

5th February 2016

Transform Your Life

Our Transformation package will change you and the way you live your life. Training, recovery, food, sleep and overall activity levels- we keep our finger on your pulse and get results. At the start of the programme, you’ll be issued with the latest fitness and activity tracker to wear over the course of your programme.  […]

5th February 2016

Get Back on track with 360 Degree Running Analysis

Injuries can be devastating to anyone, whether in the sporting field or not. Those that have suffered them will be well aware of the constant and lasting disruption they put on your life. Plenty of exercise routines do exist to help those affected get back into action, but it is vital that you understand your […]

5th February 2016

Common Running Injuries

Today, millions of individuals are running to keep fit but more than 50% will sustain an injury as a result. Some of these can be small sprains and strains, whilst others can be severe. What’s more, minor injuries which are left untreated can become chronic and present long term stress and discomfort. It is my […]

5th February 2016

Stability for Running

Two things inspired me on new years day to write this article. One was a telephone conversation about an injury with a friend, the other was the 7 people that I counted that day running (actually, mostly jogging) past my house in new luminous running gear. More about the runners later and on to the […]

5th February 2016

Barefood running

Barefoot running has become very popular in recent years and many people started swapping their cushioned impact-reducing trainers for the light and totally unsupportive barefoot sole shoes. What is the rationale behind this change? Is it down to fitness fashion, cleaver marketing or sports science? Paul Jeremy Jones et al. wrote a fantastic article on […]

5th February 2016

Sunshine

Over the last few weeks, we’ve been hearing a similar story over and over again. It seems a huge number of people are feeling the burden of the dark, drizzly days as of late. If you’ve been feeling increasingly fatigued, sleepier than usual, perhaps even along with a bit of muscle weakness, you’re not the […]

5th February 2016

How can Pilates help you?

  Pilates should be an essential part of everyone’s training regime, whether you’re a gym-goer or you participate in recreational sports. Below are the top 5 reasons why Pilates can work for you, no matter what your sport of choice:     1. Injury prevention Pilates realigns muscle imbalances and weaknesses as it works the […]

5th February 2016

Take a HIIT!

With the recent incident of Andrew Marr’s stroke in mind I was asked a question by a few of my clients as to whether they should stop doing interval training for fear of the same thing happening to them. This pushed me to look into this in more detail to see if I can find […]

5th February 2016