Goodbye to Seve

By / 15th June, 2016 / Bond Dog Blog / No Comments

For all my joking about dear Seve, attention seeking in his ‘hi-viz’ fleece lined coat after hydro sessions, me being left home, now I really am home alone.. It all happened 3 weeks ago, but with the flood gates opening with Her Ladyship, His Lordship wasn’t much better, I felt it prudent to wait until

Fitness Blog – Lifestyle

By / 20th May, 2016 / Fitness Suite / No Comments

The current ACSM guidelines for weekly physical activity in adults stands at 150 minutes of moderate intensity activity spread out over the course of the seven days. This can be further reduced in terms of duration by increasing the intensity to what would be classed as vigorous for a total of 75 minutes throughout the

Back in the Game!

By / 30th April, 2016 / Bond Dog Blog / No Comments

I feel like I have risen from the depressing winter like the snowdrops and hyacinths! No end of bribes had to be taken to get me out of my comfy bed during the rainy months which seemed to go on forever. To be honest I let myself go and there was an air of expectant

One Year On … The Bond Years

By / 22nd March, 2016 / Bond Dog Blog / No Comments

Well, one year on, they kept me. The black wriggler has now grown to be bigger than the old grey bearded angelic one. (The canine one that is, as we now have two looking similar) He who can do no wrong with her Ladyship. (Not the rotund human, always in the doo-doo) Butter wouldn’t melt.

Fitness Blog – Nutrition

By / 3rd February, 2016 / Fitness Suite / No Comments

Embarking on a new fitness programme or regime can be exciting, enjoyable and rewarding experience. It can help you to achieve your fitness goals and provide you with a standard of life and wellbeing that allows you to participate in more of the activities you love, for longer, without feeling as tired. However, an important

Well time to speak out.

By / 14th May, 2015 / Bond Dog Blog / No Comments

Was having a nice leisurely semi-retirement, admittedly a little middle age spread had set in, along with the grey beard. Some say a family trait, somesay a problem – I don’t see it like that! Age is all in the mind, and when I’m chasing rabbits and birds, I am truly a puppy again. Never mind that