Hannah Munnings is a health coach, chef and advocate for nourishing your body and mind from the inside out. Here Hannah shares with us her insight into the different phases of the menstrual cycle, how they can affect your energy levels and how you can work with them to optimise your performance.
Holly Bradshaw is a three time Olympian, Olympic medalist and European champion who holds a British record in athletics. Here Holly shares with us some of her tips for health, happiness and success in sport.
Catie Munnings is a professional rally driver, television presenter and columnist. In this interview Catie discusses the challenges she's faced as a female driver, as well as the positives she's felt, the value of staying optimistic and the importance of showing young girls what's possible now, for the good of the sport in the future.
Hollie Bottrill is a competitive Crossfit athlete, full-time and mother, who balances family life, work and training. Here Hollie shares with us the most important lessons she learned as a new mum stepping back into the world of training.
Bon Collins is a coach and body neutrality expert who has overcome absolutely insurmountable odds on her own personal journey, to become one of the most inspirational and unique female figures in fitness. Here Bon shares with us her philosophies on goal setting, challenging yourself and how establishing the right goals for you may be the most crucial part of the plan.
Georgina Gabriel is a movement coach with over a decade's experience and A long time collaborator with Bulldog Gear. Here Georgie shares with us her thoughts on why you should never let your perceptions of other peoples' performances hold you back from your goals.
#internationalwomensday - Katie McDonnell is a world renowned parkour athlete and professional stunt performer who has garnered some incredible accolades. Here Katie shares with us her insights into the world of parkour, with advice for women looking to enter the sport.
Without specialist equipment, setting up for Nordic Curls can be difficult. This simple hack utilises a piece of kit that you’ve already got in your gym bag to give you a comfortable, adjustable solution.
There are very few exercises that wouldn’t immediately benefit from a stronger, more capable posterior chain.
Include these movements in your routine maximise your posterior chain training, and ensure that what’s out of site, definitely isn’t out of mind.