Reblog: How To Work 10+ Hours A Day And Live A Healthy Lifestyle

Did you know that 62%* of people around the world are in paid employment ? Out of those, 1.3 billion** are in full-time (i.e. 9+ hour working days). That is 1 in 4 adults worldwide. And did you know that about 2 billion out of a global population of 7 billion fall into the overweight & obese categories? … More Reblog: How To Work 10+ Hours A Day And Live A Healthy Lifestyle

Exploring Barcelona

With only a few days to spare, and a competition to go through, we had to be selective with what we got to see! Here’s where we visited: The Sants-MontJuic neighborhood (where the Olympic park is) Gaudi’s Cathedral and Park (Sagrada Familia and Park Guell) Temple of the Sacred Heart of Jesus on Tibidabo mountain … More Exploring Barcelona

The Next Chapter of My Fitness Journey

Now that I’m done with bodybuilding competitions… What’s next? Well as discussed in one of my earlier posts, fitness is made up of several components: Body composition  Cardiovascular endurance Muscular strength Muscular endurance Flexibility I have learned a lot about one of them – body composition. Now it’s time to explore some of the other aspects … More The Next Chapter of My Fitness Journey

The Pros & Cons of Competing in Bodybuilding

Competing in bodybuilding, whichever category it is, has it’s positives and negatives. Of course the further up the ranks you go, the harder it gets but the rewards get bigger too! For those of you not familiar with the world of bodybuilding, here’s an example of the categories you usually find in competitions (yes it’s … More The Pros & Cons of Competing in Bodybuilding

3 Things to Think About When Going Abroad to Compete

Travelling to a competition can be a daunting task, especially if it’s your first time or you’re going alone. The days before the comp you will be tired, hungry and nervous, so it’s important to make sure you have as much comfort as you can afford! Here are three very important things to think about … More 3 Things to Think About When Going Abroad to Compete

Beginners’ guide part 5: What about food? How to start a gym-friendly diet

By Kim Barnard Starting a gym friendly diet doesn’t need to be daunting – you just need to understand the basics and be prepared to do some food preparation. Firstly, you need to get back to eating real food: in other words the stuff that grew out of the earth or on a tree, swam … More Beginners’ guide part 5: What about food? How to start a gym-friendly diet