You know, it’s a pretty fair question! And surprisingly, one I get asked pretty often. We live in a world where people can share their every meal, every movement, every workout on social media yet people can know so little about the person behind the posts. Why is it called Wildcat Fitness? Who is the Wildcat? What motivates you? Where do you get all that energy?! If I had £1 for every time I got asked one of these… well, I wouldn’t quite be a millionaire but I could probably have bought a pretty nice holiday (or a LOT of Lorna Jane!)
Some fellow bloggers and brands have asked the same questions, so I thought it might make interesting reading to collate them all in one place, so that you can really get to grips (or indeed your claws into) who the Wildcat really is.
First up is this in depth interview with SuperFoodLx – the superfood all-natural supplement company – who were one of the sponsors of this years Health Blog Awards. After the Awards, Paula from SuperFoodLx interviewed all the award winners – myself included. Read Paula’s interview with me here at the SuperfoodLx Blog to find out why I started Blogging, what my favourite post is, and if I could eat one meal for the rest of my life what it would be. Bet you can’t guess……!
Speaking of the Health Blog Awards, founders of the Awards, The Health Bloggers Community interviewed me back in the Summer to help them post about a typical day in my life. So if you’ve ever wondered exactly what I do day to day, including what I eat, how I train and how much sleep I (don’t!) get, then check out the Wildcat Diary of a Health Blogger.
One of the highlights of my fitness career so far has to be speaking on the panel at the Fitssi launch a couple of months back. The whole night was so inspiring and to be able to share my own personal story and hear so many others and realise that we truly are all in this together was an incredible honour. Even better was seeing the lovely things written about the event afterwards, and the amazing Hannah Rose Fit (who I am now lucky enough to call a friend) wrote this brilliant review of the night and a summary of all the the panel speeches – so for her take on the launch of the Fitssi App, and of the messages we all shared that night then check out her post here.
The last one is a little bit of a throwback and actually one of the first interviews I did, but thankfully I really do practice what I preach! One of my biggest tips given to Mica from I Was Promised Donuts was consistency, so actually my answers back then to nutrition around training still stand today. So if you’d like to read more about my eating, cooking and dietary philosophies then check out Mica’s interview with me.
So, now that you know me a little bit better please don’t be afraid to come and say hello, or even take a walk on the Wildcat side yourself! Keep up with me more regularly over at my Twitter, Instagram or on Snapchat: wildcatfitness – or if you’re really brave in person at a class very soon.