Lacrosse Ball - TFL & Glutes

Lacrosse Ball - TFL & Glutes


Peanut - Suboccipitals

Peanut - Subocciptials


Lacrosse Ball - Lats

Lacrosse Ball - Lats


Your body is made up of everything that you eat

Your body is made up of everything that you eat

I found this quote really interesting. As a headline it is very obvious but when you think that every single cell in your body is created from the food that you eat you start the view things differently.

Do you want your brain cells to be made from coke or pizza?

Do you want your muscle cells in your heart to be made from sausages?

Do you want your central nervous system cells to be made from coffee?

There is always place for junk food but everything you eat or drink becomes a part of you and if you make sure that the majority of the time you are getting the correct macro and importantly micro nutrients you will be in a good place in the future. Things like eating vegetables are a hassle and you won’t see a benefit from in the short term but having that foresight to the future will be worth it


Voodoo Floss - Calf

Voodoo Floss - Calf


Voodoo Floss: How to mobilise the wrist/elbow

Voodoo floss: How to mobilise your wrist/elbow


Preventing a hangover

Preventing a hangover

Here are my top tips in order to prevent a hangover

There are 3 things that contribute to a hangover; blood alcohol levels, stomach acidity & dehydration

Ideally you would go for triple distilled clear alcohol. The clearer the alcohol generally the less bad it is for you. Ie Vodka or Gin.

Stomach acidity comes from mixing drinks. This is especially true for cocktails. Those fruit juices not only have a lot of sugar that will increase your insulin levels and then drop them massively while you sleep. So ideally avoid the cocktails.

Dehydration is pretty obvious. Everyone from your mum to school teachers will say “have a glass of water inbetween each alcoholic drink”. Well that is not gonna happen. Before you go out leave a sugar free powerade next to your bed and a berocca with water for when you wake up. I was also talking to a neuro-scientist about a month ago and he said coffee does a really good job at metabolising alcohol. So be basic and pop to Starbucks!