Danny Wallis Personal Trainer Myfitnesspal ebook guide

Introducing Your FREE Myfitnesspal eBook Guide

Introducing my new eBook ‘A Beginners Smartphone Guide to Using Myfitnesspal’ Your FREE Myfitnesspal ebook guide is packed full of helpful visual tutorials to help you understand how to get the best out of Myfitnesspal’s key features, such as; – No more guessing on the amount of calories you should be eating to lose weight – Reduce or even stop […]

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5 WAYS TO VARY YOUR WORKOUTS

Stay Motivated: 5 Ways to Vary Your Workout Routine

To stay motivated with your fitness over a long period of time means ensuring you vary your workouts from time to time. Keeping things varied and interesting stops you from getting bored, and seeing your workouts as a chore. In addition, varying your exercise may also shock your body into actually achieving something new. That is after all, how developmental exercise […]

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New fitness solutions for the danny wallis personal training blog

Brand New Fitness Solutions to The DWPT Blog

2017 is proving to be an interesting and exciting year of change. In addition to buying a new home, I am also just about to turn 40 and enter a brand new decade of my life. As life progresses, my blog and website are evolving with me. This is demonstrated with a new platform of online fitness solutions. There are many […]

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5 benefits of stretching dannywallispt

5 Important Reasons Why You Should Be Stretching More

Suppleness is one of the five main components of fitness which include strength, speed, skill and stamina. Stretching for suppleness is something, in my opinion, which often gets overlooked or bolted on the end of workouts and normally lasts just a few minutes, if at all. As a professional fitness coach of 20 years, I can say from experience (for […]

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Good Vs bad Carbs danny Personal Trainer Blog

Good Vs Bad Carbs: Fat Loss, Health & Choosing the Right Sugars

What is the nutritional difference between a bar of chocolate and a banana? Do you know why a sandwich made with white bread is less healthy than one made with wholemeal? Is brown rice and white rice the same thing? What are ‘Carbs’ anyway and do you really need them? What are Carbs? Carbohydrates (or ‘Carbs’) are sugar-based foods which […]

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top ten fitness questions

YOUR Top Ten Fitness Questions

  Back in November 2015, I wrote a Frequently Asked Questions post based queries my clients asked me most as their Personal Trainer. This week, to help and support others within the community, I decided to write a similar post asking people via Facebook and Twitter what questions they would like answered… and here they are! Jo asked… 1) “If you have […]

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How To Reduce neck and Shoulder Tension

How to Reduce Shoulder & Neck Tension

  Neck and shoulder tension, for some people, can literally be a pain in the neck.  Tight, tense muscles can cause headaches, knotted muscle, impingement issues and often become a major cause of soft tissue pain. In today’s post I am going to show you some really simple exercises which you can do anywhere to help relieve the symptoms of your tension. […]

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Ski Fitness Workout: How to Get Fit for the Slopes

It’s January time, mid winter and the skiing season is now upon us! While you may be looking forward to the exhilaration of hurtling down the slopes, the question needs to be asked… Is your body ready for the challenge? While skiing can be a hugely enjoyable outdoor activity, it can also be incredibly stressful on the body and can […]

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Stability Workout: Balance Builds Muscle

Stability Workout: Getting Started With over 20 years experience as a Personal Trainer, experience has taught me people generally decide to begin 1-2-1 coaching sessions for one of three main reasons… 1) They are complete newbies to exercise and don’t know where to start. 2) They feel intimidated about training on their own and feel they need extra support and encouragement. 3) They […]

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