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Fitter Foodies Come To Greenwich

Morning all! I hope you’re all having a great weekend. I’m currently sat on a train back to London from Bath after an amazing day spent with my mentor and colleagues (more on that another day!). Today is all about a couple of friends of mine called Keris & Matt. These guys run Fitter Food and penned the brilliant recipe book The Paleo Primer which I highly recommend – many of you already own a copy! These guys are a really inspiring couple and I owe an awful lot to them in helping me develop into the person and Fitness Professional I am today. In November they’re running a Fitter Food Academy Event right here in Greenwich. Similar to my day yesterday, this is a fantastic opportunity to really get into the right mindset to achieve your goals, and see some fantastic experts in their field talk about health and fitness. Here is what Keris & Matt have planned for the day: “We’ll be covering a range of essential health topics including emotional eating, fertility nutrition, strength training for women, how to evolve your nutrition, guidance from a Primal GP, boosting body confidence and injury healing and prevention. The team is all set to take you from average to awesome, this is not to be missed!” It’s on the 21st November at The University of Greenwich, Click here for more details and the full agenda and info on the other guest speakers. To to book your place for the 21st November simply click here, and I’ll see you there!...

I Almost Killed A Seagull

The week before last I had a couple of clients reschedule their sessions at the last minute, leaving me with the rest of the day free. Now normally I’d tell myself that I could rest and see my family at the weekend, but the sun was shining, things had been pretty manic and I hadn’t been around to help my wife with our new little bundle as much as I’d like, so we jumped in the car and went on a day trip to Whitstable. We had a great day, spent some proper quality time together, and I really stepped out of “work-mode” and got into a different headspace. Archie’s favourite activity of the day was skimming pebbles from the beach out to sea (or flinging rocks around without getting told off), something he insisted I join in on. The thing is, the water was way too choppy and we were a bit high above the water to really get a good skimmer, so after a few minutes I found my attention wavering. Now if you’ve got kids you’ll understand what I mean here – Archie would have happily continued chucking pebbles around until Whitstable could no longer lay claim to having a beach! Lucky for me then I had a strategy to keep me interested. An old groyne. No I haven’t misspelt it, I mean… “The structure built from an ocean shore that interrupts water flow and limits the movement of sediment. It is usually made out of wood or concrete.” …at least that’s what I think it was. A lone piece of timber standing on it’s own...

Walk This Way…

..or that way. Whichever works for you. Walking. Frowned upon by most active people in favour of more strenuous activities where they can “feel the burn” and other similarly hateful phrases. However the benefits of exercise don’t simply come down to calories in vs calories out. Remember folks, not all calories are equal on the way in, and the same goes for the way out. 1000 calories of steamed veg is going to have a drastically different effect on your mood, energy levels and day to 1000 calories of chocolate buttons. Likewise, walking might not give you the same caloric burn and metabolic boost as a quick interval session, but you should still make time for it in your day. Not only does it improve circulation and keep your metabolism from bottoming out between more dedicated exercise, it will also improve your mood and help you to clear the decks in your overcrowded and overworked noggin. Since my son Harry (my second) arrived a couple of weeks ago I haven’t managed more than 2 hours consecutive sleep. Neither have I managed over 30 minutes of exercise. Not ideal. When Archie (my first) was born I beat myself up – see the confessional video here – for not sticking to my usual routine, and began to dread every workout. When I did manage to motivate myself enough to get started, I’d feel weak and demoralised and finish up worse than I started, both in body and in mind. Again, not ideal. So this time I’ve switched things up. I’m doing quick, short sharp workouts when I feel up to it...

Time to Get Your Game Face On – It’s Victorian Week…

…and doesn’t she look thrilled. Week 7 of my badly-thought-out mission to offer you alternatives to the cakes and assorted sugar-laden treats paraded across our goggle-boxes on the Great British Bake Off. Randomly it appears this week is Victorian week. I have no idea why, maybe it was at Mary’s request – she probably has fond memories of that era (BOOM, ‘ave that Berry!). Upon further inspection I see that one of the things being rustled up this evening is a savoury pie. GREAT news for me as I’ve felt like all I’ve posted recently are cake recipes. So as I can’t bring myself to recommend a pastry-based pie as super-healthy, here is an open-pie if you will…a casserole basically. Game is a great choice of meat, as it tends to be healthy, grass fed and outdoor reared, meaning you and I get more nutrient dense goodness to work with – and it tastes amazing! What’s more it’s the perfect easy meal for this weather, you can whack it in your Crockpot (other slow cookers are available but the Crockpot is king in my book) before you go to work and it’ll be waiting for you when you get home, warm, nourishing and comforting. This week the recipe comes from Karen, a “Mom” and nutritionist whose website Nourish has some pretty sound recipes, go check it out! GBBO week 7 Victorian Game Pie vs Venison CrockPot Stew!   So get down the butchers and get your hands on some cheap, nutritious grub to feed the family and warm your cockles while this miserable weather continues. Ian “Humble-Pie” Male Personal...

Tony’s Story – One Year On

So last year I was lucky enough to work with a couple of people who were trying to stop smoking, with help and support from Nicorette, and little old me! Not everyone can afford to work 1-1 with a trainer for longer than a few months, so when this is the case I’ll always try and help people create habits that they can maintain, and tools they can take away and use to stay healthy for good. Tony has proven a brilliant example of this, he looks like a different man (and not just because of his shaved head!) – here’s an update on how he’s been getting on after the work we did together… If, like Tony, you’re committed to taking real action to improve your health then click below and apply for a FREE Transformation Session. Apply Now for your FREE Session   Ian “Mountain-Climber” Male PS. To see the original videos click here. Personal Trainer tel: 07966844057 e: Greenwich...

Now We’re Talking – It’s Dessert Week!

You might have noticed that the sky has been crying almost constantly since Sunday, so we all need some perking up. I’ve certainly ended up soaked through a few times – I’m running out of dry clothes, and we still haven’t mastered the new tumble dryer at Male Towers. Well worry not, it’s Tuesday, and you know what that means – time for your weekly Great British Bake Off Healthy Option ready for tomorrow’s temptation-fest! This week it’s dessert week so we’re back on much safer ground, and I’m reliably informed that Creme Brûlée is on the menu. This week we feature a recipe from the lovely Floridian bartender-cum-blogger, South Beach Primal. Best thing about this one, no tricky to find items so you might not even have to venture out to the shops. Without further ado, here is this week’s alternative offering – trust me, it’s amazing. GBBO week 4 Creme Brûlée vs Paleo Creme Brûlée!     Go forth, and get baking! Ian “growing-gills” Male   Want more? Check out the previous weeks: Week 1 Week 2 Week...

We’ve Moved!

So after 5 years, this weekend (soon to be slightly less little) family moved to a new home. We’ve not moved far, but inevitably when getting organised you start to go through all the “stuff” you’ve accumulated. Bags and bags of this “stuff” gets sold, freecycled, recycled and ebay-ed (is that how you spell that?!). You get cut-throat, things that you’d never normally think to get rid of are ruthlessly tossed aside, and you start to realise that a lot of the stuff which has been cluttering up your home, you haven’t used or seen for well over a year. When push comes to shove, there’s a fair bit of it you just don’t need. I think our lives are the same. Over the years we accumulate hobbies, activities, relationships and habits. Obviously a lot of these are incredibly precious, but if we’re honest with ourselves quite a few of these things aren’t necessarily doing us or our health any good. Now don’t get me wrong I’m not saying a weekly catch up with friends at the pub isn’t good for you, as it can help you forget the stresses of work etc. BUT perhaps if you really analyse it you might find you’ll benefit from trimming down what you commit to and taking a little more time for yourself and the things and people that matter. I’m not just talking about exercise and cooking good quality food from scratch, but they are both major components of what helps us lead happy, healthy lives, reducing the impact of stress and reducing the risk of all manner of ills. So...

GBBO – It’s Bread Week!

So this week it’s the week where Paul likes to really play the big man and savagely tear people’s fruit-loaves and dreams apart simultaneously. What an absolute b*stard. It’s only bread Paul, pipe down. Now we all know that bread is bad news for our health, and our waistline. And truth be told I’m yet to find a truly worthy “healthy” version, and I’ve tried. Believe me I’ve tried. So many wasted hours spent carefully measuring out all sorts of flour, but at the end of the day nothing ever quite matches up to proper, old fashioned bread. Cake I can recreate without the nasties. Biscuits? No problem. But bread as yet eludes me. That said, this week I’m giving a shout out to my chums Keris and Matt over at Fitter Foods who claim to have mastered the bread roll. Now I haven’t tried it yet, so scarred I am by my previous failures, but they assure me it’s the absolute business, so click the link below to head over to their awesome new website and give it a go. GBBO Week 3: Bread vs Fitter Food Super Sesame Rolls As ever, let me know how you get on! Ian “Hollywood-Hater” Male Personal Trainer tel: 07966844057 e: Greenwich Training Personal Training & Group Fitness in Greenwich, Blackheath and South East...

Where’s summer gone?

Here’s a 20 minute home workout to get you up and running. I’m running out of dry clothes after a lot of soggy park sessions over the least few days. And when the weather is like it has been (although the sun appears to be back today), it’s all too easy to let your good intentions slide and skip that morning run. You’ll go tomorrow, right? Wrong. But fear not, here is a quick and easy 20 minute total body, equipment free workout that you can do at home. It’ll give you a great metabolic boost that lasts all day, improve your enemy levels and give you a massive smug grin as you waltz through your day happy in the knowledge that you’ve already hit your exercise quota. 20 Minute Home Workout 2 x circuits – each with 2 exercises. Do each circuit 3 times round, no breaks. Do 40 seconds of each exercise to 20 seconds rest. Circuit 1 Alternating reverse lunges Press ups (full, knee, box, doesn’t matter as long as you’re working hard!) Circuit 2 Prisoner squats (add a jump to really up the difficulty) Cobra with hold Circuit 3 V-sits Plank Finish up with some light stretches.   Simple. Now go do it. No excuses, just get it done… …why are you still sitting there? If you struggle to motivate yourself then why not find out more about what we do – we’ll happily give you a gentle kick up the bum and get you on the path to achieving your goals. Whatever you’re up to, go have an amazing weekend. Ian “drop and give...

The Bake Off Week 2 – Biscuits

Apologies for the radio silence, things have been a bit hectic recently at Chez Male and I haven’t managed many blog posts, but I promise to be better this week! And by way of a peace offering I give you…cookies! Tomorrow is biscuit week in the GBBO tent – Paul is making some overly-elaborate ones that you’d never dream of attempting but the special challenge is simply a box of biscuits. So give this one a go, a great, simple alternative which adults and kids will love, these are a huge favourite in our house! This recipe is taken from Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain book, but her website is packed full of loads of great recipes.   GBBO Week 2: Biscuits vs Real Deal Chocolate Chip Cookies   Enjoy, and don’t forget to let me know how you get on. Ian “Master-Baker” Male Personal Trainer tel: 07966844057 e: Greenwich Training Personal Training & Group Fitness in Greenwich, Blackheath and South East...

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