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Spinning Classes

Get fit, burn calories & help tone your legs. Up to 12 pay as you go classes a week, from 30min beginner classes to 90min King of The Mountain classes. Including morning, lunchtime & evenings. Your 1st class is FREE* to try out.


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Body Slim

Lose weight, tone up & get fit. Meeting twice a week for 6 weeks. I focus on realistic longterm results. We’ll not only train together but more importantly, I will show you how to follow a realistic, long term healthy eating plan. Be held accountable

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Personal Training Dublin

Whether your goal is to lose weight, tone up, improve your strength, get fit, train for a race or improve your sporting performance I will be there to ensure you can achieve your goals. Sessions are usually 30mins long.

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Advanced Nutrition & Exercise Workshop



Featured Health & Fitness Articles

Festive Fatness Survival Guide

Festive Fatness Survival GuideWe all overindulge at Christmas, however for lots of people you can come out the other side having gained half a stone, a clothes size and feeling terrible about yourself suffering with January Blues. Here’s my survival guide to help you maintain your body fat and fitness levels over Christmas. Nights Out: Avoid ice or really cold drinks, it’ll help you stay hydrated as cold liquids can make you pee more. Variations of vodka soda water & lime, or gin and slimline tonic are much better options (calorie wise) than beer, cider or stout. Or if you have to drink beer switch to [more]

Ladies, are you a victim of your own success?

Ladies, are you a victim of your own success?I specialise in helping people lose weight and I was working out that about 80% of my clients whose goal is to lose weight, are women aged 27-35. All seem to be hard workers and from chatting to them over the years, seem to excel in their profession. They put in the hard work – in work, but as soon as they get home they use food and occasionally alcohol, as a reward in their stressful busy lives. Their own health, body image and sometimes confidence suffers as a result. Their success in their career, causes them to become victims at [more]

Injury Prevention & Recovery

Injury Prevention & RecoveryFor those who exercise regularly and/or exercise at a high intensity, injuries are usually a rare but occasional occurrence.  Knowing how best to avoid injuries and how best to recover from them, is vital in ensuring we train at peak performance. Your body is very smart, it will usually tell you a long time in advance that something is not right.  You will feel muscles, ligaments or tendons ache or tighten during or after exercise and it’s usually when we ignore these warning signs that serious injuries occur.   Always listen to your body, it doesn't speak English so pay attention to [more]

How To Fuel Your Body For Intense Exercise

How To Fuel Your Body For Intense ExerciseBefore Training: 2-3 Hours beforehand eat a medium sized portion of Complex Carbohydrates for gradual release of energy.  Common examples are: Wholegrain bread, whoelgrain rice, Wholewheat Pasta, Porridge, Beans or Lentils. 15-20 Mins beforehand eat a small amount of simple sugars to give you a good kick-start.  For example: Fruit, half a bar of chocolate, a few Sweets, a couple of  biscuits etc If doing an event it's always advisable, to carb load with complex carbs the night before too. During Training: In my experience when doing regular training for an hour or less, water is all that’s required.  For training sessions, races or events [more]

What is a Weight Loss Plateau

What is a Weight Loss PlateauI consider a weight loss plateau, if you’ve been good and sticking to your exercise and nutrition plan as you’re supposed to be, for 3 weeks or more and not seeing any fat loss results. It is not sticking to the plan Mon-Fri then binging at the weekend. It is not “sort of sticking to the plan”. If you sort of follow a weight loss plan, you’ll sort of get results. It is not eating well but drinking lots of alcohol. It is not exercising lots and eating poorly. It is not eating well but doing no exercise – leisurely walking [more]


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