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events, Health, Life Coaching

Get your tickets to my life coaching events with Bamford!

June 8, 2021
Starting TOMORROW! I am delighted to be teaming up with Bamford, a soulFULL brand that puts “community and well-being at the heart of [its] philosophy.” My community coaching session tomorrow is virtual and on 26th June my coaching workshop will be held at Bamford’s Brompton Cross site in London. Information and links to book both events are below. I hope to see you there! x Book your ticket for tomorrow’s virtual community coaching session at 6pm UK time! Come for coaching. Come for connection. Bring your biggest challenge, your biggest dream, your biggest fear and let’s go beyond them. As a mindset and performance coach Poppy Cross helps her clients achieve their life goals by removing their limiting beliefs and behaviours that block their ability to thrive.… Continue reading...
Fitness & Wellness

Soul Cycle has landed in London – am I soul’d?

June 11, 2019
As a runner, I’ve learnt the value of cross-training to assist in building cardio and strength, reducing impact, engaging and mobilising multiple muscle groups, and keeping flexible and injury-free. Cycling is a great way of covering many basis, yet somehow, the spin classes in London have never really done it for me. I’d always get a bit bored and think it was a bit gimmicky with the rather crazy 1980’s disco-style movements that remind me of someone having a panic attack. “What I’m looking for from a workout are results”, I’d think whilst begrudgingly shifting forwards, sideways, up, back and down on the bike trying to keep up with the bat-sh** bonkers moves whilst wondering when the class would be over so I could go and do a more focused, performance-driven workout.… Continue reading...
Fitness & Wellness

Salomon Trail Festival; transitioning from tarmac to turf!

June 10, 2019
Last Saturday I hopped on a train out of London and headed for the Surrey Hills in hot pursuit of the Salomon Trail running festival at Box Hill, just one hour away. Skies were grey and showers were intermittent but I was prepared for any weather with my waterproofs and extra layers so a little light rain wasn’t going to stop me. As a road runner I’m highly aware of the high impact that the constant, repetitive pounding on the tarmac has on my legs. Running mainly on the flat road means that the same muscles get used at every step, which puts them under a lot of strain.… Continue reading...