I am 100% focused on helping you to achieve your goals and impact your life in a positive way. I intend to teach you how to effectively train yourself and install confidence in your ability to train safely and effectively.
All clients receive:
Initial consultation that involves postural assessment, nutritional advice, mobility testing and personal questionnaire that allows me to create a sustainable training program that is tailor made to the clients needs/wants. Followed by a 20 minute taster session to see how I train my clients.
1 on 1 or small group training sessions can be arranged.
Weekly email check-ins to track your progress and to gain feedback from how you are handling the program.
4 - 8 -12 week retests are also available to track progress.
Are you ready to change your quality of life and better your health?
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MY QUICK TIPS.
Ever since I can remember I've been told to eat high carb and low fat. Because Fat is the bad guy right?
How wrong that is!
Polyunsaturated, Monounsaturated and Saturated fats are the ones you want to consume. The body will love fat sources from: grass-fed meat, butter, eggs, nuts, avocado, coconut, milk, cheese etc.
But remember there are different types of fats; Trans Fats are the BAD ones and should not be consumed! These are mostly in processed foods.
As a general rule; stick to eating whole foods, don't put the processed, chemically enhanced foods into your body
DON'T JOG, SPRINT!
Would you rather look like a marathon runner or a sprinter?
Jogging long distances isn't going to decrease your body's Fat stores!
The constant strain and stress on your body is actually putting it into a 'care taker' mode. Instead of the body burning the fat as fuel, it now wants to save it!
Try switching your Jogging for intervals of Sprinting and Walking. For example 20 seconds of sprints followed by 80 seconds of walking.
This will burn more calories, in a shorter time and do wonders for your metabolism, muscles, fat stores and plenty more.
Think about your Rest Days as Recovery Days.
If you don't give yourself time to recover you won't GROW!
Getting adequate hydration, protein consumption and sleep are major factors for a speedy recovery, but during the day there are simple practices that can increase your body's ability to recover.
Go for walks or easy swims to move fresh blood into your muscles. Wearing Graded Compression Tights have their place on these days too if for some reason you can't move around.