Jill’s Story – is Active8 for you?

Jill isn’t moving as well or as much as she used to and she worries about falling and losing her independence when she is older. Her mum had osteoporosis and she nursed her through some pretty tough times when she broke her hip. She heard somewhere that using...

Marc’s IO Journey

I recently asked my wife if I was a different person from this time last year. She responded by asking me what made me think this, well…. Around a year ago I started training at Inside Out, and since then I have made a LOT of positive changes in my life. When I...

Marjorie’s IO Journey

Why I Joined IO I am a woman in my late sixties and I just thought I had put weight on. As I get older I was worried about the weight round my middle as my mother had died of type1 diabetes. After seeing the hypos she endured I really didn’t want to end up like that,...

8 Ways to exercise when you have kids

So, let’s be honest, having kids, either as a full-time parent or, like me, a full-time parent and part-time worker, makes it harder to exercise. Not impossible no, but harder, whether there’s two of you or you’re a single parent, whether the...

Kate’s surprising adventure to a big gym

I’m a PT, member at a big expensive gym with a crèche, and I work out of a studio. Any free pass to any gym should be like giving candy to a baby to coin a stupid American phrase and I have a baby and I certainly wouldn’t give her candy.  Anyway, I...
Inside Out really helped me at first as I found it comforting knowing that someone took the time to learn about fibromyalgia. Graham helped me understand that if I look after myself, stay calm, eat well and stay mentally strong that my symptoms will ease off. I actually qualify as a nurse in 8 weeks and I definitely wouldn’t be here if I hadn’t been introduced to Inside Out!
When I first started at IO the first thing that hit me was the community, it was so welcoming! Adele broke down this lifestyle change in to small steps to make the change in habits more achievable. I think the most important change for me was being mindful of what I was putting in to my body. I’m actually enjoying trying to be a healthier, fitter version of me.
Louise Clason
Graham is incredibly down to earth, has never judged me (even when I have slipped up) and has helped to show me that subtle changes and forming better habits is the best way to make improvements that will last. Inside Out has been the most consistent thing I have ever done and this is why I have been so successful.