• 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.

    Five simple exercises for a long haul business flight

    by  • November 4, 2014 • Fitness, Long haul flights • 1 Comment

    Shoes off, adjust seat, laptop out. Sound familiar? Long haul business flights can present themselves as the ideal opportunity for reading lengthy reports, analysing statistics or writing the presentation you’re due to give at your destination. However, there are some compelling reasons as to why you should do more than sit staring at your...

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    How to exercise when on a business trip

    by  • October 1, 2014 • Airports, Ferry, Fitness, Motorway services, Rail/train, Travel stress • 2 Comments

    Exercise has enormous physical and mental benefits when travelling for business. It boosts your immune system, reduces the chances of chronic diseases often prevalent in regular business travellers, while increasing energy levels and improving work productivity.   The link between healthy employees and profit is well documented, as business guru Arianna Huffington blogged earlier this...

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    Top 5 cities for biking to business meetings

    by  • August 31, 2014 • Europe, Fitness • 2 Comments

    A few years ago arriving at a business meeting with your bicycle clips in one hand and a helmet in the other might have raised a few eyebrows but in many of today’s European cities biking to a meeting is seen as economical and time efficient.  Biking is even becoming more corporately acceptable with an increasing number of businesses setting...

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