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PEAK SLOT on Thursday nights at 7pm slot for PERSONAL TRAINING is still available...if interested please drop me a PM or call on 07740365866 to get booked in for your free consultation. ... See MoreSee Less
Fun energetic fitness programme designed to burn fat, tone muscles and get into the best shape of your life. Workouts designed to challenge your body every time, teach you the most effective ways to exercise and motivate you to reach your fitness goals. Whether it is weight loss, toning up or getting fit with SUMMER BODY BOOTy CAMP you will get there in the shortest time possible. • Taken in groups of 4 so why not split the cost with your friends only £150 each!! (Non-gym members welcome – you only pay £5 entrance for your group!!) • 2 x 1 hour sessions per week • Monthly 2-hour Sunday Booty Camp (subject to demand & availability) • Burn up to 600+ per session • Suitable for all levels of fitness • Nutritional advice & plans provided • Weekly weigh-ins & measurements as well as before/after progress photos Limited slots available so get booked in now - summer time is coming do not leave it till the last minute to get into shape!!! Contact me 07740365866 or PM now!! www.bodybeautifulni.com... See MoreSee Less
Important notice to all PERSONAL TRAINING clients: cancellation policy in place regarding cancelled sessions. If 24 hrs notice is not received you will unfortunately forfeit your paid training session/be liable to pay for the missed session. Kind regards Jacque ... See MoreSee Less
• Consider working with a personal trainer beyond your first session. A trainer will push you, keep you motivated and make sure that you are exercising safely. Some people need that ‘constant push’ to keep them going and stick with it, and it can make the difference in your fitness plan being successful.
• Keep a brisk pace during your workouts— don’t rest too long between sets or reps. And don’t go to the gym to talk or socialize— go there to train.
• Train hard and be consistent. Don’t skip a session in the gym, unless you are sick. And don’t expect results overnight.
• Working out with a friend can be helpful. If you know that you have to meet someone at the gym for your workout, there’s a better chance that you’ll show up.
• Take a yoga class (great for flexibility, and for reducing stress) or try Pilates (to strengthen your spine). This will make you stronger, and improve your balance— making you feel (and move) even better.
• Cardiovascular exercise will boost your fat-burning even more. Jump on the treadmill for 30 minutes three to five times per week, on the days you don’t lift weights. Walk at a speed of 2-4 mph up a 5% to 10% grade at the fastest pace you can comfortably carry on a conversation. Wear a weighted vest (15% to 20% of bodyweight) to burn more calories.
• Rest and nutrition are vital parts of your fitness equation. You can exercise until you’re blue in the face, but you won’t get the results you want until you incorporate good nutrition into your program. Rest is very important because your muscles grow— you increase lean body mass— when you’re resting and/or asleep. ... See MoreSee Less
I am pleased to finally be able to announce that with great excitement I will be joining JUST ACTIVE's team of amazing and inspirational Personal Trainers. This high tech gym with brand new state of the art equipment is due to open its doors in Larne on Saturday 14th February.
I will be conducting Personal Training sessions, various exercise classes, GP Exercise Referral as well as gym inductions. I am super excited and cannot wait to get started!!!!!! 💪💪💪💪
So calling all those guys and especially girls who are intimidated by a gym but would love to learn how to lift weights properly and train in a professional, clean, open and airy gym, call down and see for yourself how amazing JUST ACTIVE'S GYM is.
I will be taking bookings for Personal Training sessions from the week commencing 23rd February. I am looking forward to helping you all reach your fitness goals in 2015.....😃🌟🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
Like it or lump it, sugar is a health baddy that we strive to cut down in our diets. But that can be easier said than done because, as well as the obvious sources like sugary drinks, cakes and biscuits, sugar is present in many less obvious places from supermarket ready meals to soups and sauces. Overall, just 17% of the sugar we consume comes from the packet sugar that we sprinkle or the preserves that we spread; the rest comes in a vast selection of everyday supermarket foods that they make their way into our shopping trolleys every week.
Why is sugar so bad??
One of the main issues with sugar is that it is a very palatable source of calories that slips down all too easily, often without filling you up much. The campaign group Action on Sugar, set up by experts in January 2014, says that a 20-30% reduction in sugar added by the food industry - a goal they are pushing for within 3-5 years - would result in a reduction in energy intake of approximately 100 calories per day. According to their calculations, this reduction in sugar could be predicted to stall the current rise in obesity.
Is it possible to be addicted to sugar??
Research has found that consuming sugar fires up reward areas of the brain causing the release of feel-good dopamine. However, while it's certainly fashionable to draw parallels between sugar and addictive drugs, the most that can currently be said is that drugs and pleasurable food components such as sugar act on common neutral pathways. Some people do exhibit addictive-like behaviour around sugary foods and will repeatedly use sugar as a "fix" for both a physical and mental lift. The fact that sugar tends to give an immediate boost in bloody sugar, followed by a rapid fall can only add to this roller-coaster effect of energy & emotions.
TIPS TO CUT DOWN:- * instead of sugary fizzy drinks opt for water and/or unsweetened diluting juice. * If you take sugar in hot drinks or add sugar to your breakfast cereal, gradually reduce the amount until you can cut it out altogether. * Check nutrition labels to help you pick foods with less added sugar, or opt for a low-sugar version. I always advise clients to aim for a maximum of 5g per 100g of sugar.
Why don't you start checking the backs of all your packets....you'll be surprised by how much sugar you are really eating. ... See MoreSee Less