Staff Writer, Fitness
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.
Articles by Becky Fuller
A 10-move bodyweight strength workout that’s perfect for beginners
Strength training isn’t just about lifting heavy weights: you can use your own bodyweight to build muscle and stave off health conditions.
Track your menopause: We put three menopause apps to the test
Menopause apps are big business these days. We find out what they do and how they can help.
10 of the best kettlebells. From budget buys to space-saving styles
The best kettlebells we’ve tested include an Amazon budget buy and an adjustable kettlebell. Find out our top 10.
12 easy ways to start moving more this National Fitness Day
Enjoy the health benefits of getting more active with our top tips for National Fitness Day.
Exercise hormone may protect against Alzheimer’s – and these workouts offer most benefit
Irisin, a hormone produced in exercise, might protect against Alzheimer’s – and certain workouts increase its production.
What is HRT? Everything you need to know if you’re considering taking it
The pros and cons of taking HRT in menopause – plus when it might not be suitable for you.