Hell Week

Whenever there are five Monday’s in a month, most people sigh because it means that payday is far away but if you are a Barry’s Bootcamp goer, a five week month feels like Christmas because the 5th week is known as Hell Week. Seven days, seven workouts. Hell Week follows the standard Barry’s Bootcamp format; you book into a class and do…
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Motion Powered By Sure

One of the things that I enjoy the most about blogging is that I find myself attending the most wonderful events that showcase advances in technology, and I get to experience things that are out of the ordinary. Last night, Sure invited me to their gig with FitBit and Ella Eyre but this wasn’t just any gig, it was powered by motion.
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Barry’s Bootcamp: The Best Workout In The World?

If you have heard of Barry’s Bootcamp, you are probably familiar with their “best workout in the world” slogan.  I have been wanting to attend one of their bootcamps for some time, but I just never got round to it and their classes are always sold out. But one Friday morning, I finally managed to book on to Anya Lahiri’s…
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5 Reasons To Try Sup Yoga

I’ve lost count of the amount of times that I have vowed to do more Yoga. I do about one session a month and every time I do yoga, I remember why I made that vow. It’s challenging, relaxing and a great core workout, which helps to improve my performance in the gym. I’ve done a range of yoga classes, but…
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A Tale Of Two Greats

I have always been big Roger Federer and Serena Williams fans. I love their style of tennis. Federer plays what I like to call “textbook” tennis, whereas Serena’s style is more explosive. They are both a joy to watch, but what I really like about Roger and Serena is their inability to give up. Serena is a remarkable athlete, the…
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