Year: 2019

Congratulations Dominika

Congratulations to Dominika who has just completed her 3 years of studying to become a fully qualified Nutritional Therapist. At CD Fitness we try to help our clients in every area of their lives not just their fitness. This will enable Dominka to help clients not only with their training but also with achieving sustainable […]

CD Fitness Retreat

Our first ever CD Fitness Retreat is now fully booked! Keep your eye out for more dates to be released in the future Whats included in our retreats… A two night stay in a twin room in a beautiful 10 bedroom countryside house All meals and snacks  A number of varied workouts.

Couples That Train Together Stay Together

Couples that train together stay together. This statement is often put on the internet next to a picture of an incredibly fit couple doing something acrobatic or gravity defying. Something that would be difficult for the majority of us! However, the statement does have some truth in it as training with someone else, be it […]

Musculoskeletal Pain and Vitamin D

In recent studies, patients with non-traumatic, persistent musculoskeletal pain showed they were massively lacking in vitamin D. A study by Plotnikoff and Quigley (2003) of 150 patients suffering with persistent nonspecific musculoskeletal pain, found that 93% of these were overtly deficient in Vitamin D. Similarly a study by Al Faraj and Al Mutairi (2003) found […]

How Do You Track Progress?

A lot of people base their results around what they see on the scales. They could have an amazing week of training and eating healthy, but when they weigh in and haven’t lost any weight, they give up. This is why using scales (to determine positive changes can be) a bad idea. When people say […]

5 Things You Can Do To Reduce Your Daily Calorie Intake

One of the biggest problems people face when they are trying to get into shape is that they eat too much. And we all know that to get into better shape we need to burn more than we consume.  Here are 5 things you can do to help reduce your daily intake without starving yourself. […]

4 Simple Ways To Stay Healthy

Good nutrition is an important part of leading a healthy lifestyle. Combined with physical activity, your diet can help you to reach and maintain a healthy weight, reduce your risk of chronic diseases (like heart disease and cancer), and promote your overall health. Here are 4 simple things you can do to improve your health if you are time poor: 1. Stay […]

Should You Train When You’re Sick?

Everybody gets sick. But its tough to know what to do about it; do you exercise when sick or not? Should you sweat it out? or get some rest instead?  The immune system: A quick intro – Every single day bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites come at us. The most common invaders are upper respiratory […]

Cheat Meal, Not Cheat Day

First thing’s first: It’s a cheat meal, not a cheat day. Cheat meals should be a part of your diet, but cheat days will ruin your diet. Nutrition experts agree that any diet should adhere to the 90/10 rule, meaning 90 percent of the diet should be focused solely on healthy food, while the remaining […]

Top 5 Most Common Cravings and There Causes

Ever wonder why you crave certain foods and not others? You may be nutritionally deficient! Many of us have, at some point in our lives, experienced a craving for a particular food, but have you ever stopped to wonder what the craving could mean? A Craving is the body communicating to the brain that we’re […]

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