It’s no secret that we love HIIT! High Intensity Interval Training gives you more bang for your buck than a conventional workout – which is one of the main reasons we love it – if you’re busy (and who isn’t) you can reap the fat stripping, metabolism boosting, cardio-vascular boosting benefits in as little as 15 minutes.

HIIT sessions are the cornerstones of our retreats and our Academy (, and when integrated into your routine along with resistance training and solid, healthy nutrition, they put you on the fast track to your body goals.

The other reason we love them is that HIIT sessions are fun! There are loads of different ways to do HIIT and we stream live HIIT workouts each week in the Academy and have them up for our members as real time workouts they can do anytime.

If you’d like to see the kind of thing we LOVE doing, then scroll down past this fantastic HIIT infographic from our friends at and join in with Claire and I in a real time workout!

See your real time HIIT workout underneath the infographic 🙂

Why HIIT is still a top trend plus tips to incorporate it into your workout routineInfographic by Quill

If you like the look of the that, then why not join us on one of our fitness experiences and/or check out our 38N Academy? It’s just $1 for 7 days so you can see if you like it, then $47 a month (you can cancel anytime) for live workouts, downloadable training programmes, grab & go workout videos, real time workout videos, mindset and motivation coaching, meal planners, nutrition guides, hundreds of healthy recipes with nutritional and macro information, a private community and of course, us, cheering you on.

Check it out here.

Know Your Vitamins

Vitamins are essential to any complete diet and can be sourced naturally or from food supplements. The real deal with including this food elements into your diet, however, is knowing how to source them and include them into your meal plan.  However, you should also learn about the base amount of vitamins you should be taking every day to achieve the desired results.

There’s a popular myth out there that living a healthy life comes at a high price. This is not true.  Food delivery solutions like Blue Apron in the US disprove this myth.

In Europe we love Bulkpowders not just for our protein needs, but their range of vitamins and minerals as well.

Vitamins are classified into two major groups – the water-soluble vitamins and the fat-soluble vitamins. Of the water-soluble group are vitamin B and vitamin C. The second group of vitamins which is the fat-soluble group has vitamin A, vitamin D, vitamin E, and vitamin K.

Although vitamins do not produce energy for the body like fats, proteins, and carbohydrates do, they help to keep the body in shape and also ensure that the body stays functional.

Remember, vitamins are an essential part of the healthy mix and so they can’t be treated as less important than other components of a good diet.

Check out this fantastic vitamins infographic courtesy of