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Fix your posture with pilates

With most of the world either working from home or just staying home right now our lives may have become a lot more sedentary than normal. This alongside sitting at "new" home desk space, more relaxing time on the sofa etc can mean for more aches and pains as your...

My business in this pandemic

At the start of this year I wrote a post on "Looking forwards 2020", where I discussed how I wanted to keep things simple with no pressure or expectation. Where I would show up, do my best, and move forward. In this current surreal situation we are in worldwide, my...

Simple ways to calm anxiety

Things are a little weird across the world right now. This is a rare and unexpected situation that we are all in together. For the past couple of weeks now I have had many emails from clients expressing their concerns, increased stress levels, and heightened anxiety....

Strength training for runners

This is the first part in a mini series I am going to do for Runners. We will cover Strength training today and why this is so important for runners, and then we will also discuss warm ups, mobility exercises, and of course there will be a post on Pilates for Runners...

Why I got an online personal trainer

I've just started the final week of my new 6 week gym programme and I have loved these past 6 weeks! I always enjoy working out but this has been a slightly different process for me. Recently I've felt a bit lost with my training and I have constantly been saying "I...

My fitness make-up essentials

I've always loved make-up and simply feel naked without it. Perhaps it's because I've worn make-up since I was a teenager and it's just completely normal for me. That may seem vain but really, what is wrong with wanting to feel and look your best? Now I'm not...

DISCLAIMER: Freshly Centered and Tracy Ward cannot accept liability for any consequences of you following any advice or workouts presented on this website. I endeavour to provide the most accurate information, however you should always seek advice from your doctor prior to starting any new fitness programmes or advice, and you do so completely at your own risk. If in doubt, stop and see your G.P first.