Christina Macdonald - Personal Trainer REPS L3
Christina is Consultant Personal Trainer for wlr
Christina Macdonald is a fitness writer and editor with more than 20 years’ of experience.
She is the former Editor of Women’s Fitness and Good Health magazines and former Launch Editor of award winning-title Women’s Running.
Christina is also the author of the book Run Yourself Fit and has completed two marathons and ten half marathons..
She is a qualified Level 3 Personal Trainer and UKA Running Group Leader as well as an accredited Life Coach. Follow her @writefitchris
Currently Editor-at-Large of Slim Fit and Healthy Magazine.
- Run Yourself Fit: Simple Steps to a Healthier You (Summersdale)
Christina's Work on WLR:
Get your legs, bum and tum ready for your summer shorts with this super effective but simple workout by Conditioning Coach Mark Hatfield
We can see why Dame Helen's relied on this workout her 'whole life' and the results speak for themselves. Here's our review of the Canadian Airforce XBX and 5BX plans.
PT Christina Macdonald's circuit of exercises to do at home provides a total body workout to help you burn fat, lose weight and tone up at the same time.
Designed by top conditioning coach Mark Hatfield, the exercises in our flat belly workout give you a variety of speeds, loads and forces to challenge and tone your tummy
Yoga will help you combat stress and become more flexible, but it can also help you lose weight and body fat. PT Christina Macdonald reveals the why and how.
Perfect for the time poor, High Intensity Interval Training helps you achieve maximum exercise benefits in the shortest amount of time.
Women often neglect arms and shoulders, but some targeted exercise can make big difference quickly. This workout can be easily done at home, all you need is some dumbbells.
Whatever your age or fitness level, personal trainer Christina Macdonald reveals how to find the motivation to start, and how to choose the right activity for you
Mindful eating can help you lose weight in two basic ways: curbing the urge to overeat and lowering stress. Life coach, Christina Macdonald explains.
Think exercise isn't for you, simply because you weren't "sporty" in your school days? Christina Macdonald reveals why changing this belief and finding a sport you love could see you embracing fitness ... and loving it!
Personal Trainer Christina Macdonald's guide for runners just starting out, including beginners running plan and her top tips for getting started.
Stretching’s not just good for flexibility and your muscles. It’s a great way to de-stress and get your blood flowing in a good way. Here's a feel-good stretch routine from our favourite PTs
Regular exercise can boost your memory, improve brain health and apparent youth, and help to reduce risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease.
You may know that working out is good for your health and your waistline, but did you know it could also help to reduce your risk of developing dementia?
Want to exercise but worried about making back pain worse? PT Christina Macdonald reveals the best and worst types of exercise if you suffer from a painful back
Exercise Your Way to Weight Loss
Did you know that if you exercise, your body burns more calories - even when you're asleep? You can use the tools in WLR to track your exercise and balance your calories for weight loss - Try it free for 24 hours