You’ve got to sweat.

I’ve lost count of the number of women and men who I’ve met over the last 18 years working in the health and fitness industry who have stood in front of me and proudly and defiantly told me that: “I don’t sweat”


“No, whatever I do and however hard I work I just don’t sweat.”

Well, very candidly and clearly I’d like to say that that’s rubbish.

I’ve never trained anyone or met anyone who doesn’t sweat when pushed hard enough.

So, on the flipside of this if you ‘never sweat’ I would suggest that you’ve never pushed yourself hard enough to sweat.

Simple. Continue reading “You’ve got to sweat.”

Spotlight on Indoor Cycling

IMG_4455Indoor Cycling has been a popular class in many health clubs since its inception in 1987. Jonathan Goldberg a professional cyclist from South Africa, first devised the ‘Spinning’ programme when he was training for a cross country race called ‘The Race Across America’ a 3,100 mile journey from Los Angeles to New York. Following an incident during night training where he was nearly killed, Jonny G decided to take his night time training indoors and it was there that he came up with the idea for a commercial training programme. Twenty Eight years on and Spinning / Indoor Cycling classes are as popular as ever. But what makes them so great? Continue reading “Spotlight on Indoor Cycling”