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Should we really be focusing on results?

Outrageous I know – me questioning the importance of seeing results. After spending the last 8 years creating a business to help people achieve the fitness results they want. But bear with me… because the realisation I had this weekend about results (or outcomes) and how we go about reaching them could change how you […]

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Work in progress

6th November 2013 by Kieran Igwe Motivation 0 Comments

Walking to work I pass a load of rubble. It used to be a factory, but a few years ago it got levelled. Now that’s all I see; rubble. But someone saw more than just rubble. They saw a mum in her kitchen, preparing a family meal. They saw a snug office where dad could […]

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What DIY and your health have in common

9th October 2013 by Kieran Igwe Motivation 0 Comments

I find something I admire in most people. Often they have no idea what I admire about them. And probably take it for granted – as something they just do. For example, there’s a guy who lives across the road from the gym. He’s always working on his house. Painting window frames. Neatening up the […]

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Feeling Good

24th September 2013 by Kieran Igwe Motivation 0 Comments

A couple of weeks back I’d been at the ‘pick your own’ raspberry field just off the the ring road when I saw a lady broken down at the side of the road. I went over and enquired if everything was OK. And what I learned from the encounter taught me a valuable lesson about […]

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Diligent Fitness Live (Event)

We know exercise can get a little samey. And we also know that music can help keep us going during a workout (or at least distract from the strain!). So this weekend we’re holding a test run for a new workout idea we’ve been working on. I’ve put together a varied workout for the session, […]

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What Inspires You?

11th September 2013 by Kieran Igwe Motivation 0 Comments

7 years ago I got a phone call that changed my life. I answered my phone, expecting the usual catch up with my mum. But ‘usual’ couldn’t be further from the truth. She broke the news that my dad was in hospital after suffering a stroke. He was only 54, so this was totally unexpected. […]

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Start, fall off the wagon, get back on… but better

15th August 2013 by Kieran Igwe Motivation 0 Comments

After being inspired by Wimbledon earlier this year I took the plunge and joined a tennis club. Being me, I thought I could dive right back in where I left off 10 years ago. So I played at maximum intensity for hours, two days in a row. On the second day I could tell my […]

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