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This website started as a blog for me to showcase my knowledge as a personal trainer.  I am very proud of what it has become- a reference for those looking to improve their health and happiness.  By sharing stories of  my own training and experiences, as well as share recipes, workouts, and new products on the market, my goal is to encourage my readers to try new things outside their comfort zone for personal growth.

My latest blog series on 'Active Travel' highlights alternative ways to explore new places.  Holidays shouldn't just be about sleeping and drinking, but about balancing everything the destination has to offer- from the outdoors, to entertainment, to local culture, to local activities/sports.  Travelling is another occasion where going beyond your comfort zone will offer you an unforgettable story to tell.

Through this website, I have also become a member of the Fitness Writers Association and am available to provide high quality content for magazine articles, websites/blogs, newsletters, books, and television reports in regards to health, wellness, fitness, biological peer-reviewed literature, and goal setting. Over the passed few years, I have contributed regularly to PT Magazine and H2 Life Blog.

If you are interested in discussing further, please email me (mollie@ptmollie.com).  


Have a look at some of the articles I have written here:

Cosmopolitan UK

Top fitness trends for 2013

So Feminine

How to get rid of a double chin
How to get toned abs

PT Magazine

Become a better health coach (Issue 3)
Train for a charity challenge (Issue 2)
Spinning (Issue 1)

AlphaFit Magazine

High intensity interval training

Women's Fitness

No excuses! (Issue 108)
Are you pushing yourself hard enough?

Get the Gloss

100 years of fitness: 81-90

Paleo Foodies
From vegetarian to meat-eater- what to expect
From vegetarian to paleo- why I eat meat

H2 Life Blog
New Goals for a New Year
Christmas gifts that pack a punch
How to start running to work


Health Your Way

Don't hibernate this winter!

Vibration Training: Efficient and Effective Exercise?








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