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A Year in the Life of a Specialist Fitness Professional

2020, started well for me, despite returning from Morocco with traveller’s diarrhoea! A few days lying on the couch, soon saw me back to work on January 13th. My full time work consisted of 4 busy days, either several home visits or a couple of classes, per day. My “rest” day was a Wednesday, allowing me to exercise during the daytime and teaching a Core Strength class in the evenings.

Getting Older?©

Getting Older Blog

This document has been written by a 77 year old who is neither a doctor nor a lawyer. The document records the author’s learning experiences as she aged. She hopes they will be of practical use to other people as they get older. The document is not unbiased and if for you “Life is Sacred” it may not prop up your beliefs.

The Neuro Trainer

Level 4 REPs

"According to FitPro magazine (Winter 2018) a neuro trainer is:"

Physiotherapist or Specialist Exercise Professional?

Level 4 REPs

"There are many common grounds found in both professions, the main one being the use of the same exercises. In this Blog I discuss the pros and cons of each profession, so that you can make an informed decision as to whom to seek help from."

Who do I need to see if I want exercise advice?

Level 4 REPs

"In my last blog I explained all the different Levels of Exercisequalifications."

What exactly is a Specialist Exercise Professional?

Level 4 REPs

"Recently I acquired a new GP who asked me this question on my first visit! This is not the first time I have been asked this question and due to the lack of understanding and education within the general public and Heath Care Professionals, I have decided to address this question and allay any misconceptions that surround my role."

Charity Bike Ride 2017

"In November 2017, me, my husband and 5 other “guinea pigs” travelled to Buenos Aires, to start a 3 week cycle ride across the Andes. A first attempt over an unknown pass, or so we thought. "

Sadly, due to snow, the pass was closed, thus our cycle route across the Andes was changed to a more well known pass, called “Los Libertadores”.


Once upon a time, we walked on all fours and had few problems with incontinence, prolapses, pelvic and lower back pain.
The pelvic “floor” is an appropriate name - it is a series of muscles which lie horizontally between the two sit bones at the side,

Our Hidden gem - THE DIAMOND!

How many of you have been to a class, where the Instructor has said “pull up on your pelvic floor” and you haven’t a clue what he/she is talking about!
Problem is, the majority of us don’t know WHAT the pelvic floor is, WHERE it is located and HOW to activate it and due to embarrassment we keep quiet.