• Julie Dennis

    About Julie Dennis

    Julie Dennis is a fitness coach specializing in weight loss and body transformation results. She is a level 4 skilled personal trainer and a qualified member of the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs). Julie also holds a UK Athletics Leadership in Running Fitness qualification. Prior to training as a fitness coach and establishing herself in the health & fitness industry, Julie spent over 20 years behind a desk in London employed in a variety of roles in the management consultancy, executive search and mining industries. Whilst working as part of a global team at Rio Tinto Julie experienced first hand the challenges of incorporating fitness and wellbeing into an international travel schedule. A keen marathon runner she often found running whilst on a long a haul trip an ideal reliever for jet lag.

    Walk this way

    by  • September 6, 2015 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    When you think about fitness you probably picture working out with weights, running on the treadmill or even an outdoor bootcamp and it can be difficult to imagine scheduling those activities into your business travel itinerary.   A less obvious but just as effective pursuit is walking. Why walk? The human body is designed to...

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    Why preparation is key to staying fit and productive

    by  • August 2, 2015 • Fitness • 0 Comments

    Preparation is the key to a successful business trip and meeting with clients. Yet preparation for our down time tends to be last thing we think of. Maintaining a fitness routine when you’re travelling for business doesn’t have to be complicated.  It just requires a little planning and preparation ahead of departure. Firstly, get...

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    Five airport fitness facilities you have to try

    by  • July 1, 2015 • America, Asia, Europe, Fitness, Jet lag, Korea, Long haul flights • 0 Comments

    Airport fitness facilities are beginning to ‘take off’ with business travellers. When you think about how many hours you’ve sat in airports waiting for your flight to be called, it isn’t surprising business travellers are beginning to demand better facilities, particularly when business travel is on the increase. The risks of a sedentary lifestyle...

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    Seven healthy habits of highly successful people

    by  • April 29, 2015 • Fitness, Long haul flights, Travel stress • 0 Comments

    Highly successful people often establish healthy habits to enable them to perform at their best and they carry these habits with them when they travel on business. If you want to succeed in business you will also need to take care of yourself physically, mentally as well as professionally. Wellbeing doesn’t just improve your personal health and...

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    Five ways to tighten your tummy when travelling

    by  • April 1, 2015 • Airports, Fitness, Jet lag, Long haul flights, Motorway services, Rail/train, Travel stress • 0 Comments

    When working and travelling on business, tightening your tummy muscles can aid your posture and subsequently your performance by helping to prevent back ache.  Strengthening your core isn’t just about looking good on the beach it also trains the muscles around your trunk and pelvis to work in harmony. This results in improved balance and stability...

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