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    Movement Convention – Learning About Various Applications of Biomechanics Coaching

Movement Convention – Learning About Various Applications of Biomechanics Coaching

I recently went to Loughborough University for a Movement Convention – a day of filling my brain with lots of new information. There was so much to take in that on the Monday after my mind was blank. But now I’ve had a some time to reflect, I would like to share a few […]

Tina’s diary – After three Biomechanics sessions

Guest blog post – Tina has written a blog about the 3 Biomechanics sessions she’s had with Wilson’s Workouts. Thank you so much for your feedback, Tina! 
Imagine – spending a Sunday morning out running through the beautiful parks of Amsterdam, afterwards stopping for a coffee with friends… and not being in pain! Not starting […]

“Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” movie screening

Last night, Wilson’s Workouts came together with EatLiveLoveFood  to show the movie “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead”. This movie follows an obese and very sick man do a juice diet for 60 days. He travels through the US speaking to people about obesity and telling them about what he is doing.

I don’t want to […]

Marginal gains

If you have been following what I have been up to, you will know that a couple of years ago I added cycling to my training regime and stepped into the world of triathlon. Today I want to tell you about my marginal gains this year.

If you follow cycling, you will have heard how the […]

6 Weeks to a Sexier, Healthier You!

Many people will take up a fitness regime in a bid to lose fat. Unfortunately, they often find out that training on its own is not always enough to shift stubborn extra pounds.

You might be thinking ‘but Lorna, I know someone who last fat when they started training’. Yes, there are a lucky few that […]

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Inspiration for the Politie Triathlon

On Saturday I completed my second last triathlon of the season, the Politie Triathlon (the one that I have been putting all my efforts into).

I’d been watching quite a lot of sport during the week and I really took some inspiration from two athletes that I had seen.  Interesting neither were British, which for me […]

Biomechanics And Baby Wearing

A few weeks ago I met with Michelle, founder of Mamahub, a space where parents come to seek advice on wellbeing and healthy living. Rather than using a buggy, pushchair or pram, Michelle wears her baby Cara.

Baby wearing is centuries old and has been practiced around the world in many different cultures. Working with […]

Biomechanics – Tried and Tested by an Iron Man

I am privileged to be part of a great triathlon club in Amsterdam called ATAC. This means I meet a lot of amazing athletes who are achieving amazing things and are very inspiring.

One of them is Matt. He is a very active member of the club, a real live Ironman and also a Triathlon […]

D33 – How my first ultra-marathon went

In one of my previous blogs posts I spoke about my training leading up to my first ultra marathon, the D33, in Scotland. On Saturday I did it!

My last week of training had me running a 70 minute run on Tuesday. I felt amazing and ready to go and then on Thursday I ran […]

My First Ultramarathon

An ultra marathon is any race longer than a marathon, longer than 42.2 km.

Last year, after running the Barcelona marathon, I felt I could run a bit further. How much further, I don’t know yet… But I am now training for a 33 miles (53km) ultra marathon, from Aberdeen (North east of Scotland) to […]