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Guest Post : How Stress Affects Our Body and How to Reduce It

“Stress is not a state of mind… It’s measurable and dangerous, and humans can’t seem to find their off-switch”, says a neurobiologist, Robert Sapolsky in Stress: Portrait of a Killer – a documentary produced by Stanford University and National Geographic eight years ago. Little has changed since – stress is still known as a silent killer since it is linked…

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Easy Signs Your Running Form is Off

A common mistake made by newbies and the elite veterans is running with improper form. Even if you’re currently running with bad form you may not experience any problems yet, but eventually they’ll start popping up one after the other. Here are some quick and easy signs your running form is off.

HIIT For Beginners

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is the second most popular fitness trend in the world. If you’re just starting out, then more than likely the more causal-paced interval training you’re doing is fartlek. For example, sprint as fast as you can for as long as you can, rest, run, then walk. HIIT is more advanced because you get more specific, such as…

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10 Mistakes Runners Make

Whether you’re a newbie or an elite runner, sometimes running can be hard. You have your running shoes laced up, a killer Spotify playlist ready to go, and determined to conquer a tough workout with many benefits. Your form, mental state, and certain running techniques can set you up for success, but others can take you down a wrong path….

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5 Reasons Your Waist is Getting Bigger

Hey lovelies, as summer gets closer, and the pool is calling your name, I thought we’d talk about that area that most women – and men too – hate… Their stomach. The area that many of us carry extra fat in, and that’s okay because today I’m letting you in on some information as to why you may have that…

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Guest Post : Being Gluten-Free in The UK

Hey lovelies, I’m really excited about today’s post! Today we have Nikki, from Sparkles at Midnight, guest blogging about what it’s like to be gluten-free in the UK. For those of you who don’t know, I’m gluten-free myself, and have been diagnosed with Non-Celiac Gluten Sensitivity. So Nikki, and I collaborated on this, and here’s her post on what she…

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How I Gained My Confidence Back After an Injury

Can I be completely honest with you? I’ve been back to training for three months now, after my injury, and then my break on my terms. However, despite training for three months now, I’ve only within the past two weeks started gaining my confidence back. So, if you’re currently going through this process, know someone going through it, or just…

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Guest Post: 4 Simple Steps to Spring Cleaning Inside Out

Hey lovelies, Happy Friday! Now, I don’t know if you noticed or not, and it would’ve been hard not to, but yesterday was Cinco de Mayo. Despite the fact that my family doesn’t celebrate the 5th of May, I know many of you probably do. Which is why I’m excited to have Sophia guest post today and talk about simple…

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How to Find Your Running Stride

I’m officially announcing/releasing part one of my Love to Run Program. This program is an in-depth program to help you become a better, stronger, and more confident runner the correct way. No cheating your way to success, this is putting in the work it takes to become the runner you want to become. So, naturally, I wanted to talk about…

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3 Tips For Cross Training

A common mistake I see many people make is that they don’t cross-train. I get it; it’s not fun, but it’s super important. For example, if you’re a runner, you obviously need strong legs, but you also need a strong core, strong glutes, and even strong arms. Which is why even though running is great, it shouldn’t be all that you…

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