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  • What services do you offer?
    Body By Finn Fitness specializes in body composition transformations. We offer Online Personal Training, Online Nutrition Coaching, Customized Fitness Plans, Primary School Fitness & Nutrition workshops, and Corporate Fitness Event Hosting. Finn Glenn also works as a Fitness / Lifestyle Keynote Speaker. Online Services can be found here.
  • How do I speak with someone at Body By Finn Fitness?
    You can contact us directly through the live chat box on the homepage of our website or email us at
  • How do I book an appointment to speak with a trainer?
    Please visit our appointment page to book a Free Transformation Consultation. The appointment will take no more than 15 minutes. We will discuss fitness levels, nutrition, lifestyle and any questions you may have about achieving sustainable fitness and well being. Book Online Here
  • Can you help me figure out what nutrition can support my fitness goals?
  • How can I raise my energy levels and feel motivated?
    How many people do you know who are just going through the motions in there day? Life has more to offer than just getting by. It's been said that discipline will always trump motivation. While that's absolutely true, it's always hard at first to transform your actions into purpose filled discipline if its not what you are used or even raised to value. The middle man in all this will be your daily habits. Reflecting on the simple habits in your day and directing them toward a goal will almost always bring the best out of you. So why not let the goal go beyond personal gain and go beyond immediate gratification. I suggest you get involved in your local community and see how you can be of service. Get moving to get involved and you will find that being involved keeps you moving with purpose.
  • How can I get a quick workout with no equipment?
    You can truly find time for a short workout that will help keep you in top form. We are talking about a 4 exercise full body blast that can be done in 9 minutes. Try it today. Let us know what you think.
  • How do I get started with better nutrition?
    Fad diets, weight loss pills, and endless tricks are paraded in front of us every day to sell the notion of improved health. I can barely keep up with everything out there. Nutrition doesn't have to be complicated. Good protein, healthy fats and fibrous carbohydrates should be the main focus. Being honest about the role processed food has played in your life and how it has influenced your outlook is also good starts. Do you drink enough water throughout the day? I am here to remind you that you can keep it simple and succeed where the fads will fail.
  • What's the difference between health food and the food I need to reduce body fat?
    So you are eating healthy and still can't figure out why your body isn't changing the way you want. It's time to get specific and target your nutrition toward body fat reduction. Finn was out in Castletownbere, West Cork over the weekend and thought he would take a moment to let you in on why this may be the case. Getting on the right track can not only help you look good and feel great but it plays a key role in reducing diabetes and an obesity related illness.
  • What are some simple nutrition tips to remember when starting to get fit?
    1. All food cravings tend to start with a cue. Many of those cues have an emotional trigger that can bring you back to a positive or negative moment in time that was attached to or comforted by food. With habit, the actual signals of hunger in the body often get confused with food cravings that could lead you to over eating. Being mindful of what drives you to eat on an emotional level can help you take steps to reduce the number of times you give in to those cravings. 2. Cooking precisely the amount of food you need for each meal helps reduce waste and prevents over eating. This helps improve weight loss by eliminating unnecessary extra portions. 3. Did you know that foods often contain hidden sugars? Some of the most common sugars are fructose, dextrin, saccharine, glucose, etc. It's important to be aware of how much harmful sugar you are getting in your diet.
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