New Episode of Fit n’ Chips Chats: Glutes, Core + Pelvic Floor

 I recently had the pleasure of having Meghan Callaway, who a few of you might recognise from a previous podcast, along with her two colleagues, Kellie Hart Davis and Dr. Sarah Ellis Duvall.    Together the ladies have created Glutes, Core, and Pelvic Floor  online workout and education system.  All three fitness and health powerhouses bring their own unique talents to … Read More

How Much Food Should You Really Eat?

Lots of great information in this weeks blog post.  I am really enjoying my online coaching course, we are working as a group but each women has their own individual goals and it’s great to see the collective enthusiasm from all the participants. This week we were talking about portion size and what an idea plate should look like. This … Read More

Spotlight on 4 Women Master DVRT Trainers: Strong and Over 50

Being a women over 40 in the fitness industry means that I often have to remind people that I am very strong and capable. There is a strange perception out there that older women are not able to live up to the expectations of their youth and are not able to be stronger than their counterparts.  This misconception couldn’t be … Read More

Wild Workout Wednesday: The Perfect Exercises for New Mothers!

  My oldest son is 12 years old now, it seems like a lifetime ago that he was a baby and I remember being completely guilty of being one of those new mothers who wanted to get back in to shape toute suite.  I was not up to speed on post-partum workouts, the information was not readily available, so I basically … Read More

Wild Workout Wednesday: Summertime Fun

I always love connecting with other personal trainers.  It’s a great opportunity for me to find out what’s new in the fitness world, to share ideas, to make sure that my mind doesn’t go rusty!  So when Kara Stewart-Agostino, a CPT specializing in pre and post-natal training, wanted to hook up to play with the Ultimate Sandbags, I knew we … Read More

DVRT Complex Workout

This exercise routine might be called a complex, but it’s actually quite an easy concept to grab.  A complex is a sequence of exercises performed back to back, without rest, using one piece of equipment.  The exercise sequence below follows a natural flow, as each body position sets you up for the next exercise. ​ So grab your Ultimate Sandbag … Read More

Getting Ready For A 5km Run

This year Fit n’ Chips will submit its first team into the Colour Me Rad 5k on May 30th, and I am sure some people may be wondering how to prepare to run what is possibly their first 5k event. This is a basic 6 week learn to run 5K schedule that assumes you don’t run at all yet, and is designed to … Read More