INTRODUCING // MY LONDON

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MY LONDON From the day we started this little blog of ours, even before that, when it was just an exciting seedling of an idea, one of our (many) goals was to form an interview style series that focused on building and growing a platform full of athletes (of all levels) and fitness professionals who would share their stories and insights about how they live and train in London. How they all really get the best out of the place from a health and wellness perspective. As we all know, for such a densely populated City, London can sometimes feel like one of the…

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RETREAT INTO THE WEEKEND

FRESH PERCEPTION WEEKEND RETREAT As some of you may know, if you’ve been following our journey on instagram, this past weekend saw me and the boy head off on our travels to a weekend retreat (held by Hope Bastine of Fresh Perception) ready to relax, reset and practice living in a much more mindful way. This is something that we always try to focus on but honestly speaking, life in London can be a bit like being on a runaway train, there doesn’t ever feel like there’s a chance for you to get off and so often, your safest bet is…

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5 REASONS YOU SHOULDN’T START EXERCISING

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5 REASONS YOU REALLY SHOULDN’T EXERCISE 1. You will no longer get to enjoy those long, sleepless nights where you toss and turn… Watching the hours fly by at an alarming rate as you struggle to nod off. I mean, who wants to feel like an actual human come morning?! What you will have to deal with, is a much more regulated sleeping pattern and all around healthier circadian rhythm. Your body will have worked hard and it will want to rest, hard. When aiming towards a restful nights sleep, a couple of other things to remember are to cut down the…

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WAHOO FOR STATS

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WAHOO FITNESS TICKRX New toys. Everybody loves new toys. I’ve been an avid cyclist for over a decade and I would generally describe myself as a fitness addict. With all that said, I’ve never been one for stats, you might say I was even a little purist in attitude. I’ve always felt you should enjoy sports and training for the pleasure they give and not be too hung up on numbers and performance. The body will give you signals and if you learn to listen to them you will know your limits, your weaknesses and strengths. This has worked well…

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