My First Float.

                           If you read my previous blog post you will know that for my 25th birthday i was heading over to Kildare for the day to experience my first ever float session in a sensory deprivation tank. I went to Sli Beatha in... Continue Reading →


Rest, recovery & re-feeds.

The past few weeks I have been writing about how so far on my cut I have been feeling great, full of energy, the weight is dropping fast and no cravings at all. Going with a low carb diet and being in a caloric defect whilst still training to a high intensity & also walking... Continue Reading →

My meal plan for dieting.

Since starting my cut (diet) I have had a lot of people asking me questions. What foods am I eating? What are my macros? What are my calories? So I decided to share my meal plan with you to answer all of the questions in one. As you can see below my calories for the day are... Continue Reading →

Blowfish Feels.

I’m at that point in during my bulk where I feel like Kirsty the Blowfish. I started this bulk at the end of the summer and made a lot of progress and have put on 17lbs in total since then. Especially since the beginning of January when I started my new training regimen I have... Continue Reading →

Split Leg Routine – Part 2

So i posted a few days ago the first quad day of my split leg workout routine. I'm glad everyone seemed to like the post and i had a lot of messages and positive feedback from people who were giving it a try. I promised i'd follow up with my Hamstrings/Glute workout so here it is.... Continue Reading →

Make it work for you.

The one thing that's been playing on my mind about prepping for my competition is the thought of having to introduce cardio into my work out. Not only introduce it, but smash it so i can get lean lean lean. I can't even remember the last time i did any cardio and the thought of... Continue Reading →

Relieving Muscle Soreness.

I woke up through the night last week to go to the toilet and my legs were so sore from leg day training that i literally had to slither down the stairs to make it to the bathroom. The next day at work i didn't even stand up from my chair once, i scooted and... Continue Reading →

Bicep Exercises & Tips.

One of the favourite muscles to train for a lot of people is the biceps. For obvious reasons - it is one of the most noticeable 'gains', and also the movements themselves are not too difficult to carry out. The biceps are divided into two parts, the long head & the short head. The key... Continue Reading →

The importance of protein in our diet.

When I decided to become a vegetarian I spent a good few weeks researching everything first. Because I am very active and also do strength training I was worried about how I was going to get enough complete proteins in my diet. Proteins are the basic structure of all living cells in our bodies. The... Continue Reading →

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