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Body Perception: Post-London 2012 Leave a comment Read more »

Body Perception: Post-London 2012

Body perception refers to that which we all feel about our own body and how we think others perceive it. It relies mainly on our personality, personal experiences and various social and cultural factors. It is common that some people will have an obscure body…


Sandy Naylor: How to Train, Eat Well & Work - PART II: DO IT Leave a comment Read more »

Sandy Naylor: How to Train, Eat Well & Work – PART II: DO IT

Ok, so in Part I of my blog series, I wrote about setting a goal, getting into a routine and planning. Part 2 is about actually doing it. For me, this has always been about a lifestyle change. So I treat it as such and…


Sandy Naylor: How to Train, Eat Well & Work Leave a comment Read more »

Sandy Naylor: How to Train, Eat Well & Work

This entry is mainly to address a question I am often asked: “How can I fit it all in? How can I train, eat well, work and look after my family?” I’m definitely not SuperMum. I have a degree of help – I’m fortunate that…


Introduction of New Blogger: Sandy Naylor Leave a comment Read more »

Introduction of New Blogger: Sandy Naylor

I’d like to start by simply stating how grateful I am to have the opportunity to write for FRN. I feel slightly overwhelmed that nutritionists, rugby coach specialists, and amazing athletes are writing on here, and then soon there will be….me?! I do not have…


The Rise of Faddy Diets Leave a comment Read more »

The Rise of Faddy Diets

There are thousands of faddy diets out there making various bold claims like, ‘lose 2 stone in 2 weeks,’ though the truth is that there is no miracle diet to lose weight. Although you may see quick results with fad diets, it takes hard work,…


Optimising Your Hydration Strategy Leave a comment Read more »

Optimising Your Hydration Strategy

Water is the main component in our body, making up around 60% of our weight. Water has various functions in the body, including: • Helping our bodies to regulate temperature; • Acting as protection for organs and a lubricant for joints; • Being a main…


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