Tag: progress

  • Putting Fitness In Context: Real Change Doesn’t Happen Overnight

      Be honest – do you compare yourself to other people’s gym selfies? I think we’ve all done it. Even if you’re not comparing yourself to someone’s Insta feed, chances are you measure your progress against someone in the gym… Measuring yourself against anyone else (especially someone’s social media “best bits”) can quickly lead to […]

  • Exercises for Big Results

      Exercise selection is an important factor when you want to optimise the best possible results for size and strength. A common mistake I see in the gym with some trainees is the constant use of isolation type exercises, which recruit less muscle groups than that of compound exercises. Isolation exercises have their place in […]

  • Why & How To Plan at the Gym

      It’s that time of year again; the New Year. The time when everyone is trying to stick to their New Year’s resolutions to get back into shape, get their beach-bodies back and get summer ready! It’s when we decide to make those “fresh starts” with our diets and start smashing those workouts. We don’t always […]

  • Progress Is Possible #RevealYourself

    I’m Michelle Kickham – a 25 year old scientist, athlete and writer from Ireland. But I have a story – a somewhat messy story, but a story of progress, making a change and becoming the person you’ve always wanted to be.  Now I’m sharing it– and although friends and family had been urging me to […]