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|Posted on 11 February, 2018 at 14:55||comments (0)|
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|Posted on 1 February, 2018 at 7:05||comments (0)|
The Ultimate Health & Fitness program
The Ultimate health & fitness personal training program in Plymouth & South Devon
Home based personal training in Plymouth and South Devon. Helping people change their lives in the comfort of their own homes
For people serious about changing their life for the better!
The Ultimate Health & Fitness program is available for people that would like to lose weight, tone up, improve fitness levels, feel better, become healthier and totally change their lifestyle and wellbeing for the better
This personal training program is available in the following areas: Plymouth, Plympton, Plymstock, Ivybridge, South Brent, Buckfastleigh, Ashburton, Yelverton, Tavistock, Saltash and most areas of South Devon
We are also able to help people with medical conditions. If you have any of the following conditions and would like help with your fitness, then this is the program for you!
Personal training for people with medical conditions such as:
Pulmonary Disorder (COPD)
Diabetes type 1 & type 2 (Controlled)
Musculoskeletal conditions (Knee, Hip, Shoulder ect)
Mild to Moderate Pain
Menopause and Stroke
12 week program
36 personal training sessions
3 sessions per week
Health & Fitness Assessment
Life style support
Weekend training sessions available - ( If required)
Custom designed exercise plan - written and tailed specifically for each client needs
Only £1,080 (£30 per session)
|Posted on 10 August, 2017 at 5:25||comments (0)|
|Posted on 19 December, 2016 at 10:20||comments (1)|
My top 10 tips for a healthy Christmas!
You can still enjoy the Christmas period without having too much impact on your health or your waist line
1)- Cut down on the alcohol
This maybe hard for some of you, Still enjoy yourself just don't go crazy.don’t over do it on the empty calories.
2) - Move more
Make an effort to go for a walk, enjoy some fresh air, nothing better then a nice Christmas walk with your loved ones, this will help your body digest your meals.
3) - Don’t over eat
Portion control goes out the window over Christmas – don’t let it. think about what your eating! (Don't go crazy)
4) - Eat Fruit /Vegetables
Make sure you keep your vitamin levels up.Have some extra fruit instead of the sweets or chocolate, you will feel better for it.
5) - Exercise daily
Do some sort of exercise every day. Try not to watch back to back DVD's - If you not sure what exercises to do - Just ask me, I have 1000's you can do a Home
6) - Drink water
Keep yourself hydrated and drink water every day. Aim to drink a glass of water before every meal, this will help you stay on track.
7) - Don’t over snack
Think about what you’re putting in your mouth, don’t just eat it because it's there.
- Don’t stress
Make sure you plan and enjoy the festive period. It can be a stressful time for some people, so make sure you plan a head to reduce stress levels.
9) - Don’t eat in front to the TV
Make sure you register what you have eaten. Turn the TV off and enjoy your food and let your body register you have eaten.
10) - Eat slowly
It's takes 20 minutes for the brain to resister that your stomach is full. Give your body chance to realise you are full, before eating again.
Make reaching your fitness goals in 2017 more achievable and reach your goals with Fitness At Home. We offer home based personal training in Plymouth, Devon. If your looking for a fitness at home personal trainer in Plymouth give us a try.
|Posted on 10 December, 2016 at 0:50||comments (0)|