Entries by Marc Malone

5 Steps to a Healthier, Happier you in 2020!

As we speedily enter the second month of the year, now could be a good time to reflect on how the year has progressed and whether you have stuck to your new years resolutions so far. I’m not a huge fan of the term “resolution” when describing annual goals. The definition of a resolution is […]

Sweet or Savoury?

At Inside Out PT our members are part of an exclusive whatsapp group and private Facebook group. In these groups, members find out programme info and weekly challenges as well as share tips, advice and recipes. Last week we put two simple questions to our members. Interestingly enough, this small sample of members resulted in […]

Do it for your sanity!

In over seventeen years in working in fitness, I have found the most common motivator for people to exercise is their appearance. Whether 18 or 81 years of age, most people start exercising to either lose weight, trim the waist or banish the bingo wings. There seems to be a constant craving to have our […]

2019 Motivation

Seven ways to stay motivated in 2019 It’s the end of February, next week is the start of March. Time sure is flying in 2019! How are you getting on with sticking to your new year’s resolutions? If you made plans to exercise more, eat healthier and take better care of your wellbeing, have you […]

Why wait until January to get started?

Why wait until January to get started? January can be a hard month I don’t know about you, but I can’t stand January. Especially the first couple of weeks of the month. It seems the weather is always pretty dire and the daylight hours are at their shortest which can be quite demoralising. After a […]

The 40 Club!

The first rule of The 40 Club is that you do not speak about being 40! Are you approaching or in your forties? If so, we have the perfect wellness event for you: 🌟🌟🌟 The 40 Club! 🌟🌟🌟 Forty can be a time of great reflection. As age catches up with us, we realise that […]

For those bored of the gym

So many people are paying for gym memberships that they never use. I am reading a book by Adam Kay named “It’s Going to Hurt” the secret diaries of a junior doctor. Apparently he had a show in the recent Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In the book he is recommending that one of his patient’s starts […]