Efficient training

I get bored easily.

I don't have hours to waste at the gym so I make my training sessions short and intense.

10-30 minutes, that's it. That's all I need. And the results keep flooding in.

Short and effective workouts are also included in the Fit as Hel membership. No one physically capable, no matter how busy, can say they "don't have time to train" anymore.

No more excuses.

Act. Take the first step. Just start.


Sit up

I struggled for years to do sit ups without someone holding my feet. I have to admit I'm still not brilliant at them, but he are some tips for doing them well:

1) Try your hardest to maximise tension in your abdominal region when doing sit ups. I.e. No lying down or sitting up entirely during the exercise.

2) Imagine holding an apple between your chest and chin to prevent neck stiffness.

3) Don't focus on speed, but the quality of each repetition. For results, try to really focus on feeling the burn more than you have to.

Unhealthy food: Are you addicted?

Your body becomes easily addicted to unhealthy foods. Many processed foods act like heroin in your system - without realising you're grabbing onto unhealthy foods because your body craves them. It's time to put an end to this. Depending on what your eating habits have been like so far, it might take up to a couple of weeks for your body to get detoxified and stop craving those foods that add inches to your waistline.

The cleaner your food, the better you'll feel.

Check those food labels and aim to recognise at least 90% of the ingredients listed!

VIDEO: Narrow squat

Narrow squats are great for working your quads (thighs). They also nicely boost your metabolism as they work the biggest muscles in your body.


1) Keep your feet hip width apart, toes pointing straight forward.
2) Imagine sitting back on a chair. Your weight should be on your heels and your toes shouldn't go past your toes when going down.
3) Aim to get your bum so low that your thighs are parallel to the floor. This might take time to master.
3) Keep your chest up high all the time.
4) Use your hands to balance yourself through the movement.