Don’t plan - just start

Don’t plan - just start

as you go into this new week you may feel blocked

Perhaps you started a new diet and you fell off already

Or maybe you joined a new gym and haven't been for 2+ weeks


It's disgustingly easy to justify the failing. Your failing.

Here are some classic excuses:

Why did you fail on your diet?

"I was at a wedding!"

"I was travelling with work!"

"My husband bought us a takeaway!"

"I was eating out with friends!"

Scientifically, of course, we know these statements are BS!

Advice from JP

Advice from JP

Guess what I’ve just realised?! 

I read a lot but just realised that I never talk about what I read! So today I’d like to share a book I truly love, because I think it could help you. 

2 must haves for health, strength and clarity...

2 must haves for health, strength and clarity...

Today I'm aiming to describe what I believe are the TWO ‘must-haves’ when it comes to a fitness program. Meaning that without these bases covered, you’ll find it easy to quit. Self-deception will be rife each day. You’ll go weeks without training then suddenly feel guilty. 

Sound familiar?

Let’s jump in:


Best of the week RSG

Best of the week RSG

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An easy fitness plan

An easy fitness plan

Fitness has got a bad reputation:


> overly complex advice


> differing opinions


> extremely boring and strict methods


Which leads people to flat out give up.


In my opinion, giving up is never a good option.


Especially when we’re talking about giving up on your own health, strength and really, your sanity! 


So is there such thing as an easy fitness plan?

Jay's Tips: 5 Things NOT To Do Before Training

Jay's Tips: 5 Things NOT To Do Before Training

When we look at fitness and training at RSG we always try to first look at the science behind any fact that is thrown our way. The problem with doing that nowadays is that everything can be very easily ‘backed up’ by science and sometimes looking at the “facts” just adds to the confusion.

The main issue is that anybody and everybody can voice their opinion and due to the digital world, we live in, we can all see it.