There are many health benefits to walking and hiking. Found out here how they can benefit your health, make a fantastic family activity and be incorporated into your training plan in the latest FFA blog.
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As Roel Jansen takes on one of the toughest courses on the circuit, and represents the UK in his age category - find out how he fared against 15Km and 67 grueling obstacles…..
If one thing is inevitable in life it is that our bodies are going to age. But can exercise and the type we do actually delay the ageing process at a cellular level? Find out in the latest blog from FFA.
Doing OCR events is always something I get asked about. So here is my WHY and an insight into why goal setting is so important!
11 miles, over 25 challenging obstacles, 4 seasons of British weather in one day - we ask why O.C.R events are continuing to enjoy huge success and how the FFA team got on at Tough Mudder!
Calorie deficit is a key term when it comes to specific weight loss goals. But what is it, how do you achieve it, and how can you create a plan that is feasible to stick to in the longer term? Find out in FFA’s latest blog.
Injury is as much an emotional recovery as a physical. Find out how to come back from injry stronger with the latest top tips from FFA.
Fat burning zone or high intensity? FFA finds out how effective that Boxing Day walk will really be at burning off those Christmas calories.
Leptin is one of the most influential hormones when it comes to your body’s ability to control weight and burn fat. If you haven’t heard of the“fat burning” hormone then FFA is here to shed some light on the implications that this lesser known hormone has.
It has been 2 weeks since I took part in the 5th Obstacle Course Race World Championships (O.C.R.W.C.) in Essex. Find out how I got on in the World Championships of the world’s biggest growing sport.
There are 2 key reasons (well hormones actually) why people with excess fat often struggle to burn it off: Find out the science behind it all in this latest blog from FFA.
Roel Jansen describes the incredible journey of the 50 Km Man vs Lakes. Read all the highs and lows of this awe inspiring journey through hills, water, mountains and challenging terrain . . .
Fit For Anything has a broad client base - from those who are new to exercise to those with more advanced training needs. Clients visit Roel Jansen for many reasons: strength, fitness, endurance and body shaping. Client Caroline Isaacs fills us in on her experience with Fit For Anything.
Being outdoors offers a wealth of health and wellbeing benefits. Being outside and being active amplifies the possibility for meeting health and fitness goals and really does offer the enjoyment factor. These outdoor activities offer a great way to spend your leisure time actively.
Community fitness offers a wonderful opportunity for you to work alongside other like-minded individuals in order to meet your health and fitness goal.
Nordic walking is a full-body exercise that's easy on the joints and suitable for all ages and fitness levels. FFA takes a look at the Nordic walking technique, the health benefits and how you get started.
Did you know that I offer personal training session gift vouchers? These make a perfect gift for someone else who is looking to boost their health, fitness, and wellbeing, or could be a great gift to give to yourself (or put on Santa's list).
If you're looking for a fitness, health and wellbeing-related gift for someone, this could be a great place to find something that will be practical, appreciated and affordable.
Geoff Adams Spink has been training with Roel Jansen and Fit For Anything for 8 years. Despite physical challenges, Geoff tells FFA how he has overcome these to fulfill his love of physical training. Not one to let obstacles stand in his way, Geoff has gone above and beyond what he thought possible. We find out how in a candid interview.
There's nothing I enjoy more than sharing good news! I have been invited to take part in the Obstacle Course Race (OCR) World Championships in Canada next month. This is a prestigious event which will see athletes from all over the world traveling to attend. There will be some stiff competition, however, I've found that these events, despite being competitive boast a wonderful atmosphere of mutual support and respect for each other.
To fund the trip I, the same as all athletes am hoping to secure sponsorship. Read more about the event below and how individuals may help, either by sharing this blog post or contacting me to see how you or your business might help (and benefit). Any and all contributions would be gratefully received as they will help me realise a personal goal in my fitness career that I am very grateful to have been given the opportunity to work towards.