Posts Tagged ‘Sweaty Betty’
Name Alice Beverton-Palmer Occupation Web Editor, Women’s Health UK Geography Highbury, London How she moves Running, skiing and anything the fitness PR industry throws at me! I run the 4 miles home from the Women’s Health office whenever I don’t have evening plans – usually around 3 times a week. I also try to fit in a
Name Christine Dash Occupation Fitness Blogger www.diaryofadashingfashionista.com (and Legal Executive) Geography London How she moves Running is my main passion – of course! It constantly challenges me, helps me clear my mind after a stressful day and can fit in to my schedule no matter how busy I am. I’m training for two marathons at the moment.
Name Muireann Carey-Campbell but everyone calls me Bangs Occupation Blogger, public speaker, general badass Geography East London How she moves Boxing, Running, Pilates primarily. At the moment, I’m training for the Etape du Tour, a 130km cycle race through the Alps, so spending a lot of time on the bike. I’m also currently doing the Insanity workout
Name Lucy Howlett Occupation Personal Trainer at LIFT Personal Training, specialising in Kettlebell training and modern pre and post-natal exercise. Geography Battersea currently, moving to Brighton in May (yay!) How she moves Kettlebells, Yoga, Bodyweight Training Favourite pair of kicks My Merrell barefoot trainers as I just love the how compact and comfortable they are. It’s
Name Hollie Grant Occupation Reformer Pilates Instructor and PT Geography St Margarets/Richmond (SW London) How she moves Reformer Pilates classes most days, Bikram Yoga for endurance, Running, spinning, constant walking EVERYWHERE, can’t sit still. Favourite pair of kicks I’m barefoot most of the time but I like to have a new/clean pair of trainers to meet clients for
Name Charlotte Howe Occupation Buyer of Yoga and Cooldown at Sweaty Betty and Vinyasa Yoga Teacher Geography Clapham, South London How she moves Anything that keeps me motivated and challenged. I love yoga for giving me a moment of reflection and calmness on my mat, its leaves me feeling strong and focused, Crossfit for pushing