As a personal trainer and gym instructor with over 5 years experience, I am incredibly passionate about helping others to move more and be the best version of themselves that they can be. I believe that fitness should be enjoyed and become a part of everyone’s life without taking over or becoming an obsession. We were made to move, and moving can help us improve every area of our lives!

Exercise was not something that came easily to me (being a very inactive child and teenager) and so I am more keenly aware of the fact that others do not always enjoy exercise or know what to do when it comes to working out and need patience and guidance. If this is you, then you are not alone.

I’ll be sharing workouts and exercise related articles on this blog from time to time – so if you have any requests for topics, please contact me here!

Happy sweating! 😉

Gym Workouts

20-minute Burn Session – gym (legs, glutes)

30-minute Full Body Circuit  – gym (chest, legs, back, abs)

Intense Legs & Abs Routine {45 minutes} – gym (legs, glutes, abs)

5 Ways to Fitness in Less Than 15 Minutes a Day  – home


Quick Workout for the Busy Mum-to-Be #1  – home (15 minute HIIT circuit, whole body)

Quick Workout for the Busy Mum-to-Be #2 – home (30-40 minute gym circuit, hamstrings, glutes, back, and biceps)

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  1. Listen to your health care professionals advice. If they say don’t, don’t.
  2. Ease into your workout–injuries happen when you are not careful. Warm up with the same exercises you are going to perform but with a lesser load–first time with 30% of the weight you intend to push, second time with 60%.
  3. Stop if you need to. Don’t hurt yourself. If you start to feel pain, stop.
  4. Keep good form throughout the exercises. Keep your back straight and core strong. Do not sacrifice form for more weight.
  5. Eat enough protein. Consume some protein straight afterwards to aid in muscle recovery (and to avoid the “hangry” state!).

Please feel free to contact me here if you have any questions!


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A little disclaimer: 
I am so glad that you are here! While I love to share what I know, and though I have had experience in the health and fitness industry and strive to give you advice to the best of my ability–I am not a doctor or anything of the sort. I am just a person trying to be healthy. As such, I accept no responsibility for any problems you may encounter following any of my advice, and recommend that you seek a professional’s advice should any serious problems arise. Thank you! xx

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