• Why do I feel so sore after a workout?

    Everyone knows that after you’ve had a good, intense workout you’re going to feel sore the next day. But what is it that actually causes the soreness? Well, the soreness you feel actually has a name. It is called delayed onset muscles soreness, or DOMS for short. DOMS occur anywhere from 6 to 48 hou...
    1CommentsFierce Fit patient stretching in public
    22.01.2017
  • You can’t outrun a bad diet!

    Over the past 30 years, the presence of obesity has rocketed within the UK. The reason for this is directly related to the type and amount of calories we consume. You can go to a marathon and see individuals who are able to run 26.2 miles but are still overweight. This is because many people are sti...
    0CommentsFierce Fit trainer using resistant bands with patient
    15.01.2017
  • Back to the gym January

    Hopefully, we all had a very festive Christmas filled with mince pies, gluhwein and a BIG turkey roast dinner!Now the Christmas festivities are over it’s “back to the gym” month. The January gym rush can turn the quietest gyms into a jungle which can be very off-putting when you prefer to work...
    0CommentsFierce Fit trainer using resistant bands and movement
    08.01.2017
  • Exercise makes you happy

    There are many people suffering from various mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and stress. This is not something they can control. This is not something they have willingly chosen to have. This is not their fault. It can be hard nowadays to find ways of improving your mental state and...
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    06.01.2017
  • Protein: Men only?

    So when you go to the gym, you often see a load of men adding protein into their drinks before/after a workout. You rarely see women doing the same thing. I think a big misconception about protein is that it is going to make you big and bulky so maybe this is why a lot of women choose not to have mu...
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    04.12.2016
  • Hydration is key

    Staying hydrated it so important, especially when you are exercising regularly. Water is essential for every single one of your bodily functions. Without it, your body won’t be able to perform at its highest level. So what is your water actually used for? Well, considering your body is made up of ab...
    0CommentsFierce Fit patient drinking water in public
    27.11.2016
  • Feeling good after a workout

    We all want to feel fit and fabulous! One way to do that is to take part in regular physical activity! Taking part in regular physical activity can be beneficial both socially, psychologically and physiologically. However,  sometimes strenuous activity can lead to delayed onset of muscle soreness al...
    0CommentsFierce Fit patient resting after a run
    20.11.2016
  • Foam roller vs Sports massage

    There are multiple methods for reducing muscular tension, the most popular being foam roller and sports massage treatments. But which one is better? The foam roller is a piece of equipment in the shape of a log and is used to perform self-massage and myofascial release using one’s own body wei...
    0CommentsFierce Fit patient using foam roller with therapist
    13.11.2016

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