Dust off your trainers, fire up the juicer and lets get healthy!
You would think our constant exposure to the best health and fitness gurus in the business would have influenced us here at Pocket Motion Pictures. Unfortunately we are all a bit partial to the odd bag of crisps (or seven) and the post Christmas period has left us all feeling a little less than our best.
So we decided to focus on fitness and good food this January, and what better way than to look back over some of the amazing videos we’ve shot with some truly inspirational people.
So don’t sit back and relax, jump up and join in as we revisit some of our favourite shoots!
We defy you not to be warmed from head to toe by Amelia Freer’s delicious winter broth. It’s been an amazing year for Amelia, whose new book: Cook Nourish Glow is receiving rave reviews and climbing the bestseller lists.
If broth isn’t your thing, hunker down with this delicious carrot and caraway seed soup. In our next video Honestly Healthy’s Natasha Corrett shows us how to prepare a soup packed with nutrients to boost your immune system and cleanse your body.
GB Olympic Heptathlete turned Personal Trainer Louise Hazel shares her fat-torching rev-up workout. Warning: this will supercharge your metabolism!
Lifestyle Guru and Blogger Madeline Shaw has had a truly incredible year. Her new App Glow Guides is helping people all over the world become the happiest and healthiest people they can be. Here Shaw gives us three easy steps to improve our Nutrition in honour of Clinique’s inspirational #StartBetter campaign.
Joe Cross is an inspiration for anyone who wants to get into shape. His ever expanding empire ‘Reboot with Joe’ is chock full of success stories, clean living tips and delicious juice recipes. In this video he makes Honestly Healthy’s Natasha Corrett his famous Mean Green Juice.
Watch Roger Frampton defy physics in this amazing new series of tutorials. The international model and exercise coach has developed an ingenious exercise method; no weights, no gym membership just you, your body and the great outdoors.
Treat your friends and family to this delicious slow-cooked shoulder of lamb dreamt up by the Daylesford farm’s Steve Brown. Perfect for a cold wintery night or a lazy Sunday lunch.
Disclaimer: Technically not health and fitness related, but too mouth – watering to leave out.