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Meet the Full Boar Sports Team: Danni Bosworth

by MARCA Media on Apr 03, 2022

Meet the Full Boar Sports Team: Danni Bosworth - Full Boar Sports

Meet the Full Boar Sports Team: Danni Bosworth

Danni is a Level 2 Fitness Instructor and Level 3 Personal Trainer which qualifications in applied nutrition and supplementation. From a young age, Danni loved to play football but after first attending the gym at 15 and working on her cardio, she found workouts to follow online and from there she transitioned to improving her physical strength – the gym became her escape, which I am sure we can all relate to!

Today, she does online coaching and is an educator, focusing on women who want to progress with their health, body composition and performance related goals, whilst improving their mindset and quality of life.


Danni's training split

In a typical week at the gym, Danni has a very varied training regime, A typical week may look like:

  • yoga/running
  • lower body and conditioning i.e., increasing cardiovascular performance
  • upper body/conditioning
  • glutes/hamstrings
  • workout of the day (conditioning) and
  • Rest day
  • lower body/delts


Top Supplements

Vitamin D

Utilising Vitamin D is the perfect way to supply your body with one of the most essential vitamins for healthy bodily functions such as a proper immune response and blood calcium maintenance. Danni recommends Supplement Needs Vitamin D3, as it comes in the natural form that your body creates from sunlight. This is especially important in those winter months in the UK where it is a common deficiency. 

Whey Protein

Danni’s protein of choice is Per4m Whey Protein, a staple for anyone involved in regular exercise and an easy way for you to meet your daily protein requirements in a huge range of delicious flavours! Per4m Whey is packed with highly bioavailable whey and milk proteins that support muscle growth and maintenance.

Omega 3

Omega-3 fatty acids are highly important and beneficial for the body and mind, improving brain health by tackling depression and anxiety, as well as improving sleep, bone and joint health. Supplement Needs Omega Pro + contains 100% natural fish oil from sustainable fisheries in Norway, with a high dose of DHA, EPA and DPA per soft gel which sets it apart from those cheaper alternatives (usually the cheaper it is, the lower the quality).

Neuro PM

Strom Support Max Neuro PM is a cortisol management tool designed to combat stress. A clinically dosed blend of fine ingredients such as KSM-66 Ashwagandha, choline, L-Theanine, Vitamin B6/B12 and many more. KSM-66 Ashwagandha has took the supplement world by storm off the back of a range of human studies producing clinical evidence of its power to reduce stress and anxiety. It also improves memory, promotes strength and increases cardio-respiratory endurance. Choline is an essential nutrient that supports the function of the liver and brain. If you work in a high stress environment and sometimes bring that stress home with you, or you simply suffer from spikes in anxiety, join Danni in not making Neuro PM part of your daily routine.


Get in touch, browse our store or learn more about the Full Boar athletes

We hope you have found this informative! If you wish to contact Danni regarding online coaching so she can share her expertise, then you email her at @dannibosworth.

If you want to learn more about the different supplements used by the athletes here at Full Boar Sports, see our blog page. Or to check out the supplements available in our store, see here


  • Danni Bosworth
    Nov 14, 2022 at 21:07

    All Things Body Image:

    Our body image and body composition are two separate things

    Our body image consists of how we think and feel about ourselves whereas our body composition refers to the percentage of fat, bone, and muscle mass in our bodies

    Both our body image and body composition can and will fluctuate throughout our lives for numerous reasons

    It can be helpful to acknowledge that you can and will have bad body image days without your body composition changing at all. You can go from feeling like a 10 (whatever that means to you) to really not feeling yourself at all without gaining or losing a single pound of body fat

    Recognising this can really help with your ability to take a step back and rationalise your thoughts on the days you don’t feel too great about your external appearance

    And for the record we all have those days, so you’re not alone.

    The goal isn’t to eliminate them, and so we need to ditch the perfectionist mindset that lingers in many of us..especially those of us in the fitness industry

    The goal is to improve our ability to deal with the days we don’t feel our best, and to decrease the frequency of bad body image days

    Bad body image days shouldn’t effect your ability to go about your day and live your life, they shouldn’t stop you in your tracks

    And if they currently do, then have faith that this is something you can work on with the right support and guidance.

    How can we improve our body image on the whole:
    - Reduce body checking

    - Appreciate our body for it’s capabilities, and celebrate non-body composition based wins such as progress with our training performance

    - Practice mindfulness, and being present in the moment throughout our lives. Immerse ourselves in the day in front of us
    - Go to wide open spaces – it can help our problems feel much smaller

    - Wear comfortable clothing that fits us

    - Acts of self care such as moisturising

    - Recognise our positive qualities that are nothing to do with our external appearance

    - Call ourselves out for negative self talk. Ask yourself: what would I say if my mum or my best friend was saying these things to herself?

    - Recognise the positive qualities in others that are not body composition related, and give out non physique based compliments

    Danni x


  • Danni
    Sep 03, 2022 at 21:02

    As the end of the bodybuilding season approaches I wanted to talk about how to prepare yourselves for the post show period, as it’s often so much more challenging than prep itself!

    In this post I’m going to talk about training and energy expenditure.

    In the immediate post show phase, we’re not in a position to be able to push training and maximally grow muscle tissue. We’ll look visually fuller due to an increase in muscle glycogen, and we might regain some muscle tissue lost through prep..but we’re not going to be able to respond to the best of our ability to training at high intensities until health has been restored.

    So what we need to do post show is prioritise recovery and take some stress off the body. First and foremost post show you’re going to be pretty battered so I would usually recommend at least a few rest days from resistance training as a minunum. Stay active yes, but take some stress off your mind and body and then ease your way back into things.

    With clients what I do is run a recovery mesocycle or training block, where we train with reps in reserve and ensure that training volume and frequency isn’t excessive. When we think about our health and wellbeing we also need to do everything we can to avoid injury. We need to make sure we’re warming up properly for our training sessions, and making sure our form is on point. We can do this via training videos which we can audit ourselves or send to a coach we’re working with.

    From an energy expenditure perspective we need to pull this down and make sure that any cardio included is at a lower intensity again to remove as much stress as possible.

    We know that daily activity is beneficial from an overall health perspective, especially when it involves fresh air & daylight exposure! And so keeping this in is important, but we need to make sure it isn’t excessive and ensure that we’re in a calorie surplus consistently on a daily basis in the immediate post show phase. This is essential so that we can recover and regain the necessary body fat needed for our health and ability to function properly!

    Getting strong AF is exciting and something you can all look forward to post show but patience will serve you so well, so play the long game here and don’t rush it! We only get one body and one mind, and we need to do better at looking after ourselves!

    I’ll continue with the post show guidance on up and coming posts! Danni x


  • Danni
    Aug 14, 2022 at 20:18

    Hey guys,

    I know post show will be coming up for a lot of you towards the end of this year, and I want you to know that I’m here to support you and help in any way that I can, so don’t hesitate to get in touch!

    I don’t want my section on here to be all about my personal journey, but instead I want to provide education, awareness, and support you through the post show process and transition into life after bodybuilding as I know how difficult this transition can be after going through it personally, and taking many clients through this process.

    I also know what goes on physiologically during this process, and what protocols need to be put in place in order for you to recover both mentally and physically and get back to full health!

    If you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to drop them down below!

    Danni x


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