Fitness

FITNESS FOOD: Chicken and Vegeables

Vegetables - Carrots, Mushrooms, Onions, Sweet Potato, Butternut Squash, Courgettes, Broccoli, Asparagus - all cut and cooked, and ready to cook the Diced Chicken too for tea.
Nice Lime and Soya Milk homemade mixed sauce too to add flavour and taste.
High 5,
Matt

2 Minute Exercise Challenge: Hip-Shoulder Taps and Knee-to-Elbows

2 MINUTE EXERCISE CHALLENGE using a wall inspired by great PT sessions:

- 1 minute of tapping hip and shoulder (30 seconds each side)

Followed by

- 1 minute of driving knee to opposite elbow (30 seconds each side)

Great whole body workout. Only takes 2 minutes, does not need much room and no equipment. Stretch too.

High 5,

Matt

FITNESS FOOD: Stuffed Large Mushrooms & Vegetables

LARGE MUSHROOMS STUFFED WITH MINCE & VEGETABLES

- Large Portobello Mushrooms
- Carrots
- Broccoli
- Courgettes
- Sweet PotatoES
- Tomatoes
- Butternut Squash
- Quorn meet-free high protein mince

Delicious, nutritious and filling. Great protein source and fibre.

High 5,

Matt

FITNESS FOOD: Stuffed Large Mushrooms & Vegetables

LARGE MUSHROOMS STUFFED WITH MINCE & VEGETABLES

- Large Portobello Mushrooms
- Carrots
- Broccoli
- Courgettes
- Sweet PotatoES
- Tomatoes
- Butternut Squash
- Quorn meet-free high protein mince

Delicious, nutritious and filling. Great protein source and fibre.

High 5,

Matt

2 Minute Exercise Challenge: One Arm Wall Presses and Wall Push Presses

2 MINUTE EXERCISE CHALLENGE using a wall inspired by great PT sessions:

- 1 minute of one arm pushes away from the wall (30 seconds each arm)

Followed by

- 1 minute of push-presses with claps away from the wall

Great whole body workout. Only takes 2 minutes, does not need much room and no equipment. Stretch too.

High 5,

Matt

2 Minute Exercise Challenge: Leg Raises & Knee to Elbows

2 MINUTE EXERCISE CHALLENGE using a bench:

- 1 minute of high-leg raises with hands on the bench

Followed by

- 1 minute of driving knee to elbow with hands on the bench

Great whole body workout. Only takes 2 minutes, does not need much room and no equipment. Stretch too.

High 5,

Matt

Can a Sports Massage Improve My Fitness?

The following is an interesting, thought-provoking and detailed guest post article on Sports Massage and whether it can improve our fitness. The guest article was kindly provided by Scott Beaman and written by Hannah Griffiths who is a physiotherapist and content writer for Harris and Ross (http://www.harrisandross.co.uk/), providers of professional physiotherapy and healthcare services to patients who specialise in a range of sports around the world.

Enjoy the read,

Matt

FITNESS FOOD: Caribbean Chicken Curry & Vegetables

HOMEMADE CARIBBEAN CHICKEN CURRY

Prep & Cooking time: 45-60 Minutes

- Diced Chicken
- 1 Lime
- Sweet Potato
- Pineapple
- Onion
- Garlic cloves
- Pepper
- Spring Onion
- Root Ginger
- Curry Powder
- Carrots
- Broccoli
- Butternut Squash

Delicious, filling and nutritious. Lower in saturated fat and high in protein.

Great tasting food can be made 'healthy' and nutritious with a little planning.

High 5,

Matt

2 Minute Exercise Challenge: Straight Arm Twists and Arm Waves

2 MINUTE EXERCISE CHALLENGE using 2 blocks of wood (or bottle of water, books etc):

- 1 minute of holding the blocks straight out and rotating the torso each side

Followed by

- 1 minute of holding a block in each hand and waving arms up & down

Great whole body workout. Only takes 2 minutes, does not need much room and no equipment. Stretch too.

High 5,

Matt

FITNESS FOOD: Salmon, Sweet Potato & Mixed Vegetables

Salmon, Sweet Potato & Mixed Vegetables

Prep/cooking time: 30 minutes

- Salmon
- Sweet Potatoes
- Carrots
- Peas
- Peppers
- Sweet Corn

Healthy & nutritious. Lean protein, low in saturated fats and filling with all the vegetables and sweet potatoes.

High 5,

Matt

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"After cancelling my gym membership and instead training with Matt I have changed to a more nutritious diet, which I am feeling healthier from and my body is changing shape to a more toned physique."
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