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Blog Tag: Exercise

5 Ways to Use BlazePods

Categories: Exercise

I’ve always been a firm believer that keeping fit should be fun. Which is why I was so excited to try the latest addition to my personal training studio in Chelmsford: BlazePods.

The Blazepods are fab! The fun and inventive way Kristy used them meant the session flew by, but I definitely felt like I had a thorough workout! Competing against my previous scores definitely helped push me further.”

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How to Lose Weight and Keep it off: Exercise

Categories: Weight Loss, Exercise

I speak to a lot of people at my Chelmsford studio who tell me that they can lose weight but find it almost impossible to keep the weight off in the long term. In my experience there are two reasons for this. The first is that maintaining a healthy weight is not simply a 10-week journey that takes you from A to B. It’s more about a sustainable change of lifestyle; making small, manageable changes to your routine that you can commit to on a long-term basis. As the cliché goes, it’s not about the destination, but the journey.

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How to fit in Exercise around being a Full-Time Mum

Categories: Exercise

Now I am a mum I can understand the difficulties mums face when trying to juggle everything…. your job, looking after your children, keeping your house clean and tidy, cooking, and then trying to keep yourself fit and healthy which quite often is at the bottom of your list. At Kristy Ellis Personal Training we train a lot of working mums, and at the start of their programme, they always say to me that they never have any time for themselves anymore so this programme is something where they can focus on themselves. 

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Training as a New Mum

As a new mum myself I now understand that difficulties of finding time for yourself and fitting in exercise. During the first few months, you are getting used to looking after a small human – the constant demands and lack of sleep means you don’t even have a chance to think about exercise. With your body changing and adapting, and your hormones going crazy, you can also easily pick up small injuries, ligament pain or backache.

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