Month: February 2017

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How to use the principles of personalisation to minimise injury

Injuries are inevitable unless you’re very fortunate, and when they occur they can really sabotage your fitness efforts. I’ve had three injuries that have affected my training, and each time I’ve learned something new about how to cope with them. In fact, my whole ethos about intelligent training stems from …

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Why regular blood testing can help you maintain good health

Carrying on the theme of using self-monitoring and testing to maintain good health, this week I’d like to talk about blood testing. Taking blood has become much simpler with the development of finger-prick testing devices that can be done by the client from their home, and the cost of doing …

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Why personalisation is key to lasting health, fitness and nutrition

In last week’s blog, I wrote about how working with your DNA can lead to long-term weight loss. Whilst highly effective, DNA testing is just one component of what I call personalisation. Personalisation is the use of science, technology and self-monitoring to understand how you can improve your health, fitness …

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How working with your DNA can lead to long-term weight loss

  The calories in versus calories out approach to dieting is outdated, ineffective and any potential short-term gains are soon overshadowed by frustration as the weight piles back on. What we know about weight gain and weight loss is far more scientific, and there’s an appreciation that what works for …

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