I am from the countryside and now living in Newcastle to study. After studying Fitness, Health and Exercise for a year after school, and living in Edinburgh for 3 years, I found a lot of aspects I was interested in. This involved anything from gym-based work to physiology/ anatomy to nutrition (and reading lifestyle blogs). I am now specialising in my final year of my honours degree in Sports Rehabilitation.
This blog was set up in 2015. Personally, I enjoy reading other blogs and have always wanted to try one for myself, I just did not find the confidence (or patience) in actually pursuing it. When making a lifestyle change, no matter how big or small, someone else’s opinion is always helpful.
Here, I share anything from my day-to-day life, aspects I find interesting when studying or general challenges I am doing. It can be anything from food to fashion to fitness! I also want to share experiences as a student.
I found that fitness is not all about looking good on the outside, but more importantly to get you in the correct mindset. With the appropriate guidance and self-motivation, there is nothing that can stop a person to reach their goals. These sometimes can help aid other goals with work etc. as overall confidence levels increase.
Fitness does not need to be about having a gym membership and going a few times a week. It is about finding what is right for you and to use that elsewhere. This could be in your own home when nobody else is in, outside in a park or at fitness classes with friends.
I am currently working towards an Honours Degree in Sports Rehabilitation. I have worked with a number of athletes, a local rugby team and running events (pre and post event massage).
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