As some of you may know, I am going to be running the Boston marathon (read here for more information). As a Personal Trainer I know the importance of training and having a plan to run it. The psychology is also part of the preparation. I am fortunate to be friends with a Sports Psychologist, […]
I have recently been on a course about pain and have been finding it a very interesting subject. So today I thought to share three things that I’ve found extra-interesting.
1.Pain is normal
Pain is a normal part of our life. No one will go through life without it, and actually, even if at first glance you […]
Meet client Natalie. Natalie started coming to my boot camp over 2 years ago. Over a year ago she also started personal training.
Natalie had previously been a kick boxer to a high level (1st degree Black Belt in the North West Chinese Kickboxing Association) in England. She trained for long hours and had […]
Today I would like to share with you the story of a runner I have been working with.
Joost came to me because he had heard about what I do and wondered if I could help him with the problems he had been experiencing while running. I explained to him that I don’t treat pain and […]
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 […]
The Olympisch Stadionloop happened this year on the 9th of November, and Wilson’s Workouts went with a team of seven – Boot Campers Emma and Julie, Buggyfitters Ann, Marie and Jill (well done, guys!), Brian and I. We all ran 10 km and all had lots of fun. It was a beautiful day, with perfect conditions […]