Staff Writer, Fitness

Becky Fuller


Becky Fuller is a Staff Writer for Fitness at Exceptional. Becky is a fully qualified Personal Trainer, specialising in strength and conditioning for over 50s. Becky is passionate about Kettlebell training, and runs a regular kettlebell club in the local community. Prior to this, she worked as a Fitness manager in a local gym. Becky’s focus is helping people to become stronger both in body and mind, and to move well without pain.

Becky also has many years’ experience working as a freelance journalist, writing for a wide variety of publications such as Screen Rant, Geek Feed, and Daily Actor. She also regularly reviews theatre productions for UKTW.

Away from work, Becky unsurprisingly enjoys exercise, with a focus on lifting weights, kettlebells, and Olympic rings. She loves watching theatre, swimming, and reading a good book. She has three teenage children and enjoys spending time with them, preferably on a Cornish beach.

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Articles by Becky Fuller

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The benefits of fasted cardio: can it really improve your workout?  

What are the benefits of fasted cardio? We break it down.

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Is it more difficult to build muscle as you get older? 

How do you build muscle as you age? We've got the expert tips you need.

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Joining a gym for the first time? Here’s how to make it less daunting

Joining a gym doesn’t need to be overwhelming. Our experts walk you through everything you need to know before signing up.

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Fitness Technology

Spotlight Oral Care Sonic toothbrush review 

We tested the Spotlight Oral Care sonic toothbrush twice a day over several weeks to see how well it cleans.

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Fitness Technology

Philips Sonicare 3100 electric toothbrush review 

We tested the Philips Sonicare 3100 electric toothbrush to see how well it cleans.

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The benefits of exercise: How it helps us live better – and longer

From improved heart health to better sleep, there are plenty of reasons to exercise regularly