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The 1 Thing Making Me Nervous for Childbirth

Overall, and this is easy for me to say, I am not nervous to have a baby. When it comes to the responsibility, tiredness, learning, and pressure, not one part of it makes me nervous.  Elle and I have been together over 8 years, with 5 years of that living together. We are engaged...

The Beauty of Aggression – Men Are A Dying Breed

I am going to make a prediction and will be publishing it for records. The prediction? In 50 years there will no longer be ‘Men’ walking the planet. Male humans will be...but they won’t be Men as we know it, they’ll just be large boys!  Every now and then, on social media, I see...

My Favourite Way to Clear My Mind

It’s 2019 and the World has changed a lot...us along with it. We are consumed by material possessions and comparisons to the successful, celebrity status or drowning riches. Life is no longer about enjoyment and freedom but more about careers, pensions, mortgages, and retirement. We work for work’s sake, save for the...

My Morning Wellness and Longevity Cocktail

Warning...the taste of this cocktail is disgusting - but I don’t drink it for the flavour, I drink it for the health benefits. I don’t have the ingredients raw either, I mix them into a glass of orange juice to help it go down a little. The Odourless Garlic Pearls and Cherry Extract capsules are taken with...

3 Reasons to Get a Training Partner

Consistency Consistency is key when it comes to training and achieving your fitness goals. For example, 3 low intensity sessions per week is better than 1 high intensity thorough sessions. Also, training and exercise in general lifts moods and gives us more energy - so, the more that we can do it the better,...

Our Nursery so Far

T-Minus 3 months and the nursery is coming along great. Testaments to a Elle of course, her interior decorating skills have not faltered at all 💎 The colour scheme is, like the...

Your Body: The Least Appreciated Asset

Before we get into this blog, here are a few facts from NHS England to consider; Figures from NHS England - https://files.digital.nhs.uk/publication/0/0/obes-phys-acti-diet-eng-2018-rep.pdf Yes, that’s right. 26% of adults are classed as a obese and and 1 in 5 of year 6 children the same. That’s ridiculous. Not only are adults incapable of looking after themselves they appear to be incapable of...

How to Bond with Your Unborn Baby – As a Father

I was recently told that from 16 weeks I should have been bonding with our baby. Talking to him, saying hello and goodbye, connecting with him in all ways possible. The research shows that bonding with the baby is for more than our upcoming relationship... At present the baby is in his safe space. All that he experiences at this...

How to set Fitness Goals

It’s a very common question when we train - “What are you training for?” But how do we answer if we do not have any goals or objectives? Wouldn’t it be great to be able to answer with “My goal is to drop 2 inches off my waist in 3 months and I’ve already dropped an inch!” 

Returning to Minimalist Running

Happy days....I recently took delivery of my new pair of VIVOBAREFOOT Primus Trail FG (firm ground). Since Elle binned my Primus Lites 6 months ago (they stunk) I have been training in an old pair of Nike Pegasus trainers. As a result of this disaster, I haven’t been completing any long distance runs as I didn’t want...
Hello there, I’m Adam. I like to think that I’m a fit guy and definitely think that I have the body of Brad Pitt in Troy (everyone else disagrees)! Anyway, my fiancée and I have our first child on the way 😆💎👶 so...please follow my blog and see how I get on with parenthood and how our child impacts my training style and fitness levels 👍🏼