Helping people lose unwanted weight and preventing further weight gain. (Cheapest 'Weight Loss' Package @ £45.00, details below ↓)

Qualified and experienced in helping you manage your discomfort with
conditions such as:
Arthritis;
Asthma;
Diabetes Type 2;
Obesity;
Injuries, and Muscular Pains 
(scroll down ↓ for: Injuries; Arthritis;Asthma; Diabetes Type 2; Obesity-video's too!!)

Helping You Live A Fuller Life

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I ask is you send me a brief email, or you could make it as detailed as you like as I do a lot of the work with you.
befitforlifenutpt@gmail.com
No.07889611998

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Arthritis - A short video for you, 'Play' - Increase muscle strength - reduce stiffness - boost your energy

For me, physical therapy (PT) is a godsend. In the past, exercise was off-limits for folks dealing with RA. But nowadays it’s wholly embraced by most doctors, (Brenda B. Spriggs, MD, MPH, FACP on February 2, 2018)

I wish I had started physical therapy back in middle school when I was first diagnosed! Like many people living with RA, I find that I feel better with moderate activity. A mild exercise regimen, along with PT as needed, helps keep my joints mobile and my muscles strong and nimble. PT is also important after some types of surgeries. I had my knee replaced in September 2017, and I still look forward to going to PT three times per week, for two hours or more per session. I do an hour of hydrotherapy in the pool — including a cool aqua treadmill! — and then about an hour on land. This includes weight-bearing and range-of-motion exercises. I really enjoy it. PT has inspired me to want to keep moving!

Diabetes Type 2 - Necessary changes of lifestyle are also challenging and can radically change the person's way of life

Taking care of your physical health should be a priority at all times

Over-weight And Obesity


Over-weight And Obesity
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'Weight Loss package' The plan involves regular scheduled appointments that has been carefully created with you in mind. I have revised a plan that can be tailored to your needs SO THAT IT WORKS FOR YOU.

Starting from £45.00

My Client Allan Foster, (Since February till now has lost 3 stones 4 pounds!! 😁)

Allan came to me asking for help 'weight loss' as well as with a back injury (early February). Although Allan plight was that he was severely obese (morbid Obese) he was also struggling with his confidence which was affecting his overall wellbeing. Allan troubles didn't stop there. ..because Allan had been struggling with a lower back injury which exacerbated and negatively impacted Allan's health significantly. The injury was brought on by the work as his daily duties had been to carry and fit the industrial American style fridges and washers into people homes and fit them. His tasks with a buddy were numerous performed through the working day. And on top of this the weight Allan was carrying was taking its toll as his weight was having a significant negative impact on his health; respiratory, (Asthma) and further other impacting health issues.
Due to the lack of Allan’s ability to continue to be able to exercise I discussed with Allan his nutrition - with especially the over-ridding concerns of likely further weight gain.

I am happy to report Allan has lost 3 stones 4 pounds since February 2020, and you can most certainly see the difference in Allan's positivity towards his life. Truly great to see...

All I ask is you send me a brief email, or you could make it as detailed as you like as I do a lot of the work with you; befitforlifenutpt@gmail.com and I shall reply. Thank you

Obesity related Issues and Tips for Starting To Exercise


Stress and Weight Gain: Understanding the Connection

If there’s one thing that unites us, it’s stress. In fact, data from the 2017 Stress in America Survey conducted by the American Psychological Association (APA) found that 3 out of 4 People reported experiencing at least one stress symptom in the last month. Unfortunately, all of this excess stress can lead to an increase in weight. And whether the extra weight is a result of overeating and unhealthy food choices, or your body’s response 'Read More'

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Why Am I Gaining Weight Even When I Exercise? Factors like stress, overtraining, and diet may be to blame.

Factors like stress, overtraining, and diet may be to blame. Q: I’m a 40-year-old, healthy, sporty female. As a triathlete, I get 60 minutes or more of exercise 6 or 7 days a week, but I find I’m gaining weight anyway. Can hormonal changes influence my food cravings and, if so, how can I manage them? How do I reset my metabolism to lose weight?

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Birth Weights and Mortality and Morbidity

I would like to begin with the weight of the women and that there is a close relationship between maternal weight, 'please press read more'

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When doing a little exercise each day can achieve?

When doing a little exercise each day can achieve? IT CAN HELP WITH WEIGHT LOSS. Press 'Read More'

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Diabetes type 2


Diabetes type 2
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If you feel that your voice is not heard, that you are not part of decision making and cannot make your diabetes journey your own, then you will find it harder to live comfortably and successfully with this condition.   Good diabetes care puts the person at the heart of decision making, offering support and direction when needed.

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  • Diabetes Type 2 Care Package -The plan The plan involves a great deal of the work done by myself and we will be discussed with you and payable every x3 weeks.

  • Through the Be Fit For Life Diabetes Care Plan, you’ll have access to continuous care and support from our expert team, tailored to your specific goals; weight reduction and nutritional support and needs, at an all-inclusive and surprisingly affordable monthly cost.

  • Email me to discuss; befitforlifenutpt@gmail.com

    Diabetes Type 2 - Necessary changes of lifestyle are also challenging and can radically change the person's way of life.

It is not about making the negative feelings go away, but rather about providing people with opportunities to discuss and explore these feelings and thus move on to negotiating and wrestling with them in a way that allows life to continue.

If you live with type 2 diabetes, exercising regularly can help you manage your blood sugar levels and weight. It may also help you reduce your risk of heart attack and stroke, reduce cardiovascular risk factors, and promote overall health.

- Being active lowers your blood sugar level
- Physical exercise helps lower your blood sugar level.
- Staying healthy if you have type 2 diabetes A healthy diet and keeping active will help you manage your blood sugar level.
- It'll also help you control your weight and generally feel better.


I Once Was Obese And now I’m not. Please don’t applaud me for losing the weight.

Obesity,

Overweight people have a strong tendency to underestimate the calorie content of their food Despite the common cliche of the fast food-guzzling, fat person, my favourite meal used to be a large mixed salad with salmon. I ate it regularly, and in my mental calorie journal I would estimate it contained about 500 kcal. When, after many years, I finally weighed out all the ingredients and calculated the actual number of calories they contained, I discovered that the dressing alone, with three tablespoons of olive oil, contained about 300 kcal.

Asthma It might help to know that getting your heart rate up can actually improve your asthma symptoms.

Here’s how: Raising your heart rate regularly boosts your lung power, increasing stamina and reducing breathlessness It supports your immune system and helps fight colds and viruses – a major trigger for over 80% of people with asthma Activity helps you stay a healthy weight, in turn cutting your risk of an asthma attack It releases ‘feel-good’ chemicals in your brain – studies show that if you’re stressed, or depressed, you’re at higher risk of asthma symptoms

Injuries

My pain began in 1982 from a ballet injury. It took nearly 14 years before I was diagnosed with complex regional pain syndrome, known then as reflex sympathetic dystrophy.

On a scale of 0 to 10, with 10 being the highest pain imaginable, my pain was almost always a 10. I was bedridden for a decade because of it, unable to speak for five of those years, and rarely got much sleep. I began to improve when I finally switched to a pain-management specialist. Part of my multidisciplinary treatment was getting back to exercise. It’s the first thing I do every morning (except Sunday, my day off). I swim nearly a mile three mornings a week, whether or not I have slept or am in pain. If my right arm, which was broke a year ago and is often as painful as my CRPS, gives me too much pain, I kick the laps I can’t finish or I swim one-armed laps. On the other three mornings, I do an intense 45-minutes ballet-and-Pilates workout, followed by 15 to 20 minutes of Feldenkrais. My morning exercise wakes me up and gets my body and mind ready for a productive day. I feel better when I move. Fifteen years ago after my pain started, I began seeing a pain psychologist, who taught me to use relaxation and biofeedback. My pain level tapered to between a 5 and a 7, and my body became more relaxed every week. In 2009, I achieved partial CRPS remission. Rarely, my pain now spikes to a 9, but it is generally between levels 2 and 4. — Cynthia Talk to you doctor before you begin an exercise program. Start slowly and gradually increase your efforts as you gain strength, flexibility, and confidence. Move at your own pace. Never try to keep up with a class or a group if doing so is painful. Exercise every day, if possible. Strive for a balanced routine of cardiovascular, strengthening, and stretching exercise. Accept that you will be able to do more on some days than others. Be patient with your progress. Overexertion makes pain worse and can strain muscles.

Nutritionist Leeds


'Nutritionist Leeds'

Combining over 16 years of experience as a Nutritionist BSc 'hons' degree n' Trainer to 'Weight-loss' Specialist

Hi, I'm Darren.

Why I am a Nutritionist?

I am both a 'Trainer' and a 'Nutritionist', - (graduated in 2018 (BSc) degree)) as I receive a great amount of pleasure from being both, but i would like to concentrate on talking about being a Nutritionist. As a Nutritionist I believe in that everybody is capable and has the ability to be able to change their own outlook and circumstances for the better, both mentally and physically.

In my line of work I am very fortunate as I meet a lot of people in and around Leeds; from the people who work in an office and as well as people that work manually, and also as a skilled laborer. We all have different jobs and therefore are presented with different physical and emotional challenges 'in our busy busy lives. Other challenges stem from not having enough time to look after ourselves and doing this whilst taking care of their families. Living today is hard and looking after ourselves is even harder as we all have bosses to appease and girlfriends and partners to please, this is tough! This then is a great opportunity as it presents me with lots of different challenges, such as; helping someone take care of themselves by working with their 'eating' habits, and helping them through teaching how important nutrition is, have you ever heard that saying ' You are what you eat'. No truer saying.

Through understanding key principles of nutrition/eating you can learn a great deal about yourself in a way that would benefit you and everyone around you. i.e understanding food labels would be a prime example as most food manufacturers want to make a profit so selling their products is their key objective. i enjoy the challenges that i am presented with as each clients body-shape and needs are very different, so I will therefore using the knowledge I obtained through University and importantly through experience understand what it is they would like to change about themselves and explain how best to tackle this and this is what I do and love as I appreciate and specialize in; weight loss n' weight gain, 'Mental health'; 'Recovery Heart conditions'; 'Rehabilitation', 'Diabetes type 1, 2..

Everyone unfortunately suffers with different struggles in life sometime or other, such as; mental illnesses, or being unwell or ill with an illness; or inflicted with a diseases or perhaps through an old or recurring injury. There are so many other hidden dangers out there that can suppress our health too such as the habits we take up, such as smoking as well as the kinds of food we eat, n' not forgetting the different other life stress's we endure. There are good stress's and bad stress's. Looking after ourselves has become hard with hidden traps like 'junk-food' and over indulging on food and drink, i.e both sugary caffeinated drink and of course alcohol. The complexities are never ending and complex and when this happens. surely, it is comforting to know there is help at hand!? I like to think of myself as someone who can help both as a 'Trainer' and a 'Nutritionist'. There is no other feeling quite like helping someone realize they can do something that they think their mind and body can over come this challenge and that their mind has the ability to overcome a range of emotions like' the inability to do something because of what they believe about themselves' or 'they have not the capability as they have never thought or had the inclination that they are more than able.

My job allows gives me the opportunity to work with quite a diverse range of people and whilst I love being a Nutritionist. I relish indeed and mostly relish the challenges that i get presented with. I indeed get a great deal of satisfaction from being presented with challenges that I am presented with, such as; weight reduction; weight reduction whilst challenged medically, putting on weight, rehabilitation, recovery from injury etc. This is achieved by helping that person understand 'how to eat more 'healthily' and become stronger as a person and this is what I love to do.

I found myself at times being overwhelmed with clients questions, such as; why I don't or can not lose the weight when i exercise the way that i do, and live the way I do? Or by living the healthy lifestyle I lead? And mostly when that individual would suffer from a particular mental illness, disease or illness of a particular nature? So I decided to go back to school and graduated in 2018 from University.

Thank you.

Darren.

Nutritionist Leeds

'Personal Trainer Leeds'


'Personal Trainer Leeds' 'Personal Trainer Leeds'
'Personal Trainer Leeds'

Combining over 16 years of experience as a Nutritionist BSc 'hons' degree n' Trainer to 'Weight-loss' Specialist

Hi, I'm Darren.

Why I am a Trainer?

I am both a 'Trainer' and a 'Nutritionist', as I receive a great amount of pleasure from being both, but i would like to concentrate on talking about being a Personal Trainer. As a trainer I believe in that everybody is capable and has the ability to be able to change their own outlook and circumstances for the better, both mentally and physically.

In my line of work I am very fortunate as I meet a lot of people in and around Leeds; from the people who work in an office and as well as people that work manually, and also as a skilled laborer. We all have different jobs and therefore are presented with different physical and emotional challenges 'in our busy busy lives. Other challenges stem from not having enough time to look after ourselves and doing this whilst taking care of their families. Living today is hard and looking after ourselves is even harder as we all have bosses to appease and girlfriends and partners to please, this is tough! This then is a great opportunity as it presents me with lots of different challenges, such as; helping someone take care of themselves by helping them through listening and understanding what it is they would like to change about themselves and this is what I appreciate and specialize in, and where I can help.

Everyone unfortunately suffers with different struggles in life sometime or other, such as; mental illnesses, being ill or unwell with an illness; or inflicted with a diseases and perhaps through injury. There are so many other hidden dangers out there that can suppress our health too such as the kinds of food we eat and different not forgetting the different life stress's. There are good stress's and bad stress's. Looking after ourselves has become hard with hidden traps like 'junk-food' and over indulging on food and drink. The complexities are never ending and complex and when this happens it is comforting to know there is help at hand I like to think of myself as someone who can help both as a 'Trainer' and a 'Nutritionist'. There is no other feeling quite like helping someone realize they can do something that they think their mind and body can not do, and that person, (client) over comes this challenge and has the ability to overcome a range of emotions like' the inability to do something because of what they believe about themselves' or 'they have not the capability as they have never thought or had the inclination that they are more than able.

My job allows gives me the opportunity to work with quite a diverse range of people and whilst I love Personal Training I relish indeed and mostly relish the challenges that i get presented with. I indeed get a great deal of satisfaction from being presented with challenges that I am presented with, such as; weight reduction; weight reduction whilst challenged medically, putting on weight, rehabilitation, recovery from injury etc. This is achieved by helping that person become stronger as a person and 'healthier' And this is what i like to do.

I found myself at times being overwhelmed with clients questions i.e. why I don't lose the weight when i exercise the way that i do, or living the healthy lifestyle I lead? And mostly when that that individual would suffer from a particular mental illness, disease or illness of a particular nature? So I decided to go back to school and study as a Nutritionist.

Thank you.

Darren.

Services offered for clients are 1 to 1 training and group session and Personal training combined with nutrition.

I work in a studio, (studio environment would be any private) A big box gym would be any health club or chain that offers a gym area with free weights or cardio equipment, as well as group fitness classes and training, such as 24 Hour Fitness (this is where I work out frequently and also where I teach group classes, Exercise4less (I used to work here as a personal trainer), Nuffield, Leeds City Council, Esporta, Seb Coe 'Health club chain, or even a university or local gym.

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS OF A STUDIO VS. A BIG BOX GYM ENVIRONMENT
You always get a full workout, even if you aren’t self-motivated. When you go to a studio and attend a session, or a class, you know you’re going to get in a workout and this is helpful when you’re low on inspiration, motivation or an idea of what you want to do that day. Sessions/Classes take the guesswork out for you, and that’s so important when you don’t have the time or energy to think about what your workout should be that day.

There's a strong and good chance to get to know the instructors better. Instructors at a studio and often teach a lot of sessions/classes at that same studio, so you get to see them more often. If you start to fall in love with an instructor, it’s a good motivator to continually book into the sessions/classes they teach to stay consistent.

Studios build strong communities, and people know your name. While not every fitness studio has a community vibe, a lot of them work really hard to offer events, products and other amenities to keep their members excited, involved and coming back. It feels good to be part of something, especially if it’s a chain studio with multiple locations, because you feel like you belong and are more likely to stay loyal and consistent. And you know what feels really good at a studio? When both the front desk staff and the other instructors know you by your name!


My opening hours are usually start at 05.00 till 12.00, (lunchtime) and begin again at 15.00 till 22.00 - i would usually be preparing at 05.00 for my day ahead.

Equipment I use are mixture of resistance equipment such as dual pulley and smith machine and bars n' free weights and great many more pieces of equipment. Cardio equipment includes Rower, treadmill, Bike etc.

Women's Health


You’re So Wet Down There — What Does That Mean?

You’re So Wet Down There — What Does That Mean?

From arousal to sweat, here’s everything you need to know about getting wet. It often goes a little something like this: You’re in a little bit of a rush and perhaps tense a little too much before you feel moistness happening in your panty area. Or perhaps someone special catches your eye, and your body stirs, but you’re also nowhere in the mindset, or space, to think about sex.

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Women’s Wellness: UTI Treatment Without Antibiotics

Women’s Wellness: UTI Treatment Without Antibiotics

About UTIs A urinary tract infection (UTI) can knock you off your feet. UTIs occur when bacteria enter the urinary tract and multiply. They affect one or more areas within the urinary tract. This can include the: urethra bladder ureters kidneys They can cause: painful and frequent urination lower abdominal pain bloody urine These infections are responsible for roughly 8 million doctor

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What Do You Want to Know About Women’s Health?

What Do You Want to Know About Women’s Health?

im for 30 minutes of movement at least four days per week. Aerobic, or cardio, exercise is best. This includes: walking jogging dancing swimming Mix routines up and keep your exercise plans exciting by trying different activities. Invite a friend to join you for accountability and encouragement. Cardio alone isn’t enough for optimal health and fitness. You should combine it with some type of strength training. Strength training builds muscle, boosts metabolism, and helps you maintain stronger bones. This is especially important in postmenopausal women. Eat a balanced diet A nourishing diet is the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. Beyond weight loss and maintenance, eating a balanced diet is crucial to a woman’s overall health. Good foods provide vitamins, minerals, and nutrients that are important for growth, well-being, and development. Eating a balanced diet starts with avoiding unhealthy foods. Packaged and processed foods are often full of sugar, salt, unhealthy fats, and calories. Avoid the fake stuff, and opt for the good stuff, such as: fresh fruits and vegetables whole grains fiber-rich foods such as beans and leafy greens fresh fish lean cuts of meat and poultry healthy fats such as nuts, seeds, and olive oil low-fat dairy Here’s a grocery shopping tip: Shop the perimeter of the store. This is where you’ll find fresh foods. Try to avoid the inside aisles, where most of the boxed and processed foods reside.

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Iron

Iron

Iron When women reach childbearing age, blood loss through menstruation can lead to iron deficiency or anaemia, click on 'Read more'.

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How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

How to Fall Asleep in 10, 60, or 120 Seconds

The fastest way to sleep? Spending more time trying to fall asleep rather than actually sleeping? You’re not alone. Just the act of trying too hard can cause (or continue) a cycle of anxious, nerve-wracking energy that keeps our minds awake. And if your mind can’t sleep, it’s really difficult for your body to follow. But there are scientific tricks you can try to flip the switch and guide your body into a safe shutdown mode. We cover some science-based tricks to help you fall asleep faster. How to sleep in 10 seconds

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Be Fit For Life's approach...

Be Fit For Life's approach...

Be Fit For Life's help? By having a youthful and energetic spirit you can achieve so much more as these two qualities enrich our spirits/our lives, by enhancing and sustaining our vitamins and minerals we enhance our quality of life.

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Calcium

Calcium

Another key mineral to consider is calcium. Both men and women (over the age of 19 and not breastfeeding) are recommended to consume around 700mg of calcium. Please click on 'read more'.

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Folic Acid

Folic Acid

Folic acid works together with B12 to form healthy red blood cells, (or folate, Folic acids natural form) is essential for both women and men, please click onto 'read more'.

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Riboflavin

Riboflavin

Roboflavin, The extra need for riboflavin placed on the pregnant mother by the fetus has been estimated as 0.3 mg ld. And that needs to meet the riboflavin content of milk and the metabolic cost of its secretion is 0.5mg/d.

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Water-Why Is Water Important? 16 Reasons to Drink Up

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What’s the big deal? It’s common to hear that water is essential for your health. But why? This substance makes up a majority of your body weight and is involved in many important functions, including: flushing out waste from your body regulating body temperature helping your brain function You get most of your water from drinking beverages, but food also contributes a small amount to your daily water intake. Read on to learn more ways water can help improve your well-being. 1. It helps create saliva Water is a main component of saliva. Saliva also includes small amounts of electrolytes, mucus, and enzymes. It’s essential fo

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Your Health


4 Illustrations of What Anxiety Really Feels Like

“Chronic anxiety is messy and unpredictable, overpowering and insidious, physical and mental, and at times so unexpectedly debilitating I’m unable to speak or think clearly or even move.” For people living with chronic anxiety, it can be difficult to describe to others what it actually feels like. Many people I’ve spoken with think anxiety is a state of worrying or being stressed out about something, like a school exam, relationship problem, or a major life change like switching careers or moving to a new city. They think it’s a feeling of worry with a direct root cause — and if you fix the root cause, you won’t feel anxious anymore.

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When Is the Best Time to Drink Coffee?

Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. It contains a very popular stimulant called caffeine. Many people reach for a cup of this caffeinated beverage immediately after rising, whereas others believe it’s more beneficial to hold off for a few hours. This article explains when the best time to drink coffee is to maximize its benefits and minimize its side effects.

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Curcumin (Tumeric) for arthritis: Does it really work?

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disease that is the most common type of arthritis. Usually, it occurs among people of advanced age. But it can begin in middle age or even sooner, especially if there’s been an injury to the joint. While there are treatments available — exercise, braces or canes

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6 Rules for Staying Active During a Pandemic

6 Rules for Staying Active During a Pandemic

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The Best Sleeping Positions for Lower Back Pain, Alignment Tips, and More

Do you deal with lower back pain? You’re not alone. The Global Burden of Disease study named lower back pain the leading cause of disability across the globe. What’s even more interesting is that most back pain isn’t caused by serious medical conditions, like cancer or arthritis. Instead, it’s often

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How to boost your immune system

How can you improve your immune system? On the whole, your immune system does a remarkable job of defending Press 'Read More'

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4 ways to eat your way to lower cholesterol

Many people can lower cholesterol levels simply by changing what they eat. For example, if you are a fan of cheeseburgers,

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Pricing Table 'WeightLoss'


Pricing Table


£450Month

16 SESSION'S PER MONTH

  • All session's to be used within 2 months
£45Month

1 SESSION

  • All session's to be used within 2 months

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11 Proven Benefits of Olive Oil

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10 Reasons Why Training Outdoors is Good For You

10 Reasons Why Training Outdoors is Good For You

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Physical Activity and Mental Health

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The Truth About Skipping breakfast

The Truth About Skipping breakfast The first thing that jumps out is the major difference between the people that did and didn’t eat breakfast is

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Red Programs

This is a sequence of x3 routines that begin with non impact exercises and follow on to an harder set of sequences you will experience on routine no.3. All exercises require non to very little equipment you can find in your homes, Enjoy..

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Fitness workouts as diverse as you

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Outdoor Training


10 Reasons Why Training Outdoors is Good For You

10 Reasons Why Training Outdoors is Good For You 1a. It lowers blood pressure and reduces stress Studies have shown that physical activity outdoors lowers a person's blood pressure and heart rate. As a result, exercise outdoors feels less strenuous than similar exercise indoors, which, in turn, pushes you closer to your maximum performance. Train outdoors, push yourself to the limit and keep breaking your personal record! 1b Enhanced Self-esteem Research shows that as little as five minutes of outdoor exercise can improve self-esteem (Barton and Pretty, 2010). Any outdoor location will do, but being near greenery or water enhances this effect. Interestingly, low- to moderate-intensity physical activity shows greater improvements in self-esteem than high-intensity outdoor exercise. Activities shown to improve self-esteem include walking, cycling, horseback riding, fishing and gardening. A regular dose of outdoor activity can help boost the already powerful esteem-enhancing effect of exercise. Outdoor exercise has been proven to reduce stress. 2. Helps with insomnia When you exercise outdoors, you get fresh air which helps to alleviate insomnia. Regular exercise and fresh air will help yo

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Tips For Outdoor Clothing for Training Outdoors

What should I wear when I come training outside? Full Drink bottle As the year progresses, can’t stress how important this can be. I’ve learned the hard way what training out in the sun without drinking enough water. Trail trainers. Outdoor trainers with a good, Press 'Read More'

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7 Most Effective Exercises

. Walking Why it's a winner: You can walk anywhere, anytime. Use a treadmill or hit the streets and the stairs. How to: If you're just starting to walk for fitness, begin with five to 10 minutes at a time. Add a few minutes to each walk until you get to at least 30 minutes per walk. Then, quicken your pace or add hills. 2. Interval Training press ' Read More'

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Running; Timing is everything

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How to work out your pelvic floor (and why everyone should)

How to work out your pelvic floor (and why everyone should)

I only leak urine when I lift really heavy weights. Is that okay? As Dr. Tamra Wroblesky recently wrote to USA Weightlifting members, leaving a puddle of pee on the gym floor is not the sign of a workout well done. It probably means that weight you should be putting on your core muscles is being shifted onto your pelvic floor, which already has enough going on. “Leaking during lifting is often a sign that there’s a problem, whether it’s improper lifting mechanics, muscle imbalances, or any number of urological dysfunctions,” she wrote. “Listen to your body and get help if you experience any urinary or fecal incontinence. Not only will you fix a problem, but you will also improve your performance. If your body is operating effectively, you will lift more weight.”

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Frontal Muscle Anatomy

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Lunges

Lunges

Lunges are a popular strength training exercise among people wanting to strengthen, sculpt, and tone their bodies, while also improving overall fitness and enhancing athletic performance. This resistance exercise is popular for its ability to strengthen your back, hips, and legs, while improving mobility and stability. Lunges are ideal for those wishing to get stronger and for current athletes, including runners and cyclists. Continue reading to take a look at the benefits of lunges along with what muscles they target and a few variation options. Benefits of performing lunges 1. Weight loss

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Overhead dumbbell triceps extension

Overhead dumbbell triceps extension

To get moving: Grab one 10-15 pound dumbbell for this move. Get into a staggered stance; your feet should be hips-width distance apart, with the toes of one foot in line behind the heel of your other foot. With bent elbows, move the weight above and behind your head. Then extend your arms straight up, feeling your triceps engage as you go. Ensure that your neck stays neutral and your elbows don’t flare out wide.

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Chest Press

Chest Press

Lie flat on a bench, holding a dumbbell in each hand resting near the top of your thighs, palms facing towards each other. Bend one leg up to help you lift the dumbbell Press 'Read More'

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Shoulder Press

Shoulder Press

While the shoulder press focuses primarily on two portions of the deltoids, lateral and posteria, middle and lower trapeiz, and it also works a plethora of other muscles. Your trapezius, triceps and rotary cuff muscles all have to work in conjunction with your shoulders for this exercise to be done.

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Lateral Raises

Lateral Raises

To perform the exercise, grab some moderately light dumbbells that you don't struggle to lift. Hold them next to your sides, with a slight bend at your elbow. Stand, Press 'Read More'

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Barbell-curls

Barbell-curls

Stand tall with your chest up and core braced, holding the barbell with your hands just outside of your hips, using an underhand grip. Keeping your chest up and your elbows tight to your sides, initiate the move by raising your hands slightly so you feel your biceps become engaged. While maintaining tension on your biceps, curl the bar up to shoulder height, then give your biceps a one-second squeeze. Start to lower the bar slowly, keeping your biceps tensed and engaged to work as many muscle fibres as possible.

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Incline Chest Press

Incline Chest Press

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SQUATS

SQUATS

SQUATS Stand with your feet slightly more than shoulder width apart, with toes turned outwards at a slight angle , Click 'Read More'

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Tricep-dips

Tricep-dips

The tricep dip is a very effective bodyweight compound exercise for building maximum muscle and strength. In fact, it’s a bread and butter movement and most people who weight train perform some variation of the dip whether it be on a dip assist machine or a bench. Now, anyone can do a dip depending on your strength level and the piece of equipment you use, so it’s recommended to find a variation which works best for you. The tricep dip works all three heads of the tricep effectively and is a must for any training routine geared toward getting results! In This Exercise

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Calf Raises

Calf Raises

How to Do Calf Raises the Right Way Slow down (way down) Speed is your enemy on calf raises. The calf is made up of several muscles that work together each time you take a step—that's at least 5,000 reps per day for most of us. In order to improve size and strength in this area of your body, the mind-to-muscle connection is extremely important. I suggest using a 2-1-2-1 ratio: a two-second stretch, a one-second contraction up, a two-second isometric hold at the top of the range of motion, and then a two-second eccentric motion back down. Stacking five plates on a barbell and doing five max-out reps won't help you here! Stand up (all the way up)

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Apples

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Cherry, 7 Impressive Health Benefits of Cherries

Cherry, 7 Impressive Health Benefits of Cherries

Cherries are small stone fruits that come in a variety of colors and flavors. There are two major categories — tart and sweet cherries, or Prunus cerasus L. and Prunus avium L., respectively. Their colors can vary from yellow to deep blackish-red. All varieties are highly nutritious and packed with fiber, vitamins, and minerals. One cup (154 grams) of sweet, raw, pitted cherries provides: Calories: 97 Protein: 2 grams Carbs: 25 grams Fiber: 3 grams Vitamin C: 18% of the Daily Value (DV) Potassium: 10% of the DV Copper: 5% of the DV Manganese: 5% of the DV These nutrients, particularly fiber, vitamin C, and potassium, benefit health in many ways. Vitamin C is essential for 'Read More'

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Cocconut, 5 Impressive Benefits of Coconut

Cocconut, 5 Impressive Benefits of Coconut

Types of coconut products The raw white meat inside a coconut is referred to as the kernel. It has a firm texture and delicious, slightly sweet flavor (2). If you have a whole coconut, you can scrape the raw meat out of the shell and eat it. In its processed form, you’ll usually find it sliced, shaved, or grated (2, 3). Coconut milk and cream are made by pressing the raw, grated meat (2, 3). Dried coconut meat is usually grated or shaved and used in cooking or baking. It can be further processed and ground into flour.

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Apricots, 9 Health and Nutrition Benefits of Apricots

Apricots, 9 Health and Nutrition Benefits of Apricots

Both fresh and dried apricots make for a quick, delicious snack or an easy addition to your favorite meal. You can add them to your diet in a variety of ways, including: stirred into trail mix or granola eaten fresh as a snack sliced and added to yogurt or salad used in jams, preserves, and salsas stewed in a slow-cooker with meat, such as chicken or beef added to desserts like pies, cakes, and pastries As they’re sweet and tart, apricots can be used as a replacement for peaches or plums in most recipes. SUMMARY Both fresh and dried apricots are widely available. You can eat them on their own or add them to your favorite dishes, sides, or desserts. The bottom line Apricots are a delicious fruit packed with vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants. They have multiple benefits, including improved eye, skin, and gut health. Fresh or dried, apricots are easy to add to yogurt, salads, and main meals. If you’re used to eating peaches and plums, apricots can be a great way to change up your routine.

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Cranberry

Cranberry

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Date

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Dragon Fruit

Dragon Fruit

Dragon fruit

Elderberry

Elderberry

Elderberry

Grape

Grape

Grape

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There is no magic pill to loosing weight, it's all about having a balanced diet that has the ability to sustain your body needs. Everyone has different nutritional needs that are determined by a number of factors; such as, age; gender etc. The majority of people that Be Fit For Life support using nutrition have already tried a number of different nutrition approaches with little success. We have developed a reputation in this area through getting results where many less experienced professionals have failed. Our approach over the years has been to study everything that has been identified as successful, and by using my many years of experience, (that have seen the best results) and incorporating practiced methods both studied when studying for my BSc (hons) degree, and as well as developing our own protocols through our own systematic researching is being used for what works. Our aim is to provide the best and very latest non-medical approach that is available anywhere in the world for our clients we work with, and the wide range of issues with which they present.

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As well as women needing fewer calories than men, women's nutrition have some different requirements than men. The following vitamins and minerals are particularly important; such as Iron, B12, Calcium, Folic Acid , Vitamin D, and C. There are certain aspects of women's health, and certain life stages, that can benefit from nutritional therapy. Be Fit FOR Life will investigate your diet and suggest adjustments to ensure you are getting everything you need from the foods you eat. This will be tailored to your specific needs, not only as a woman but also as an individual. If there are any areas of women's health you would like to address (for example if you are going through the menopause) be sure to mention this. This will then prompt for possible additions or changes to your diet that may be able to help reduce unwanted symptoms. Even though it’s often not until we want to have a baby, feel unwell , or begin the menopause when we seek help. There’s always methods and treatments that can help you to solve your health concerns. For example, if a client has suddenly gained weight, possibly feels exhausted, menopausal perhaps?

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Be Fit For Life approach is to investigate carefully what the root cause that may be the reason the client has not been able to become pregnant or hold a successful pregnancy. If you are already pregnant, perhaps the planning stage or just given birth, optimal and adequate nutrition is crucial. Seeing a nutritional therapist a few times can make huge different for your energy levels, health and a personalised plan can help to maintain optimal nutrients levels throughout pregnancy, child birth and breastfeeding – times when women easily forget their own needs because of baby’s needs.

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Vegetables


Kale, 10 Health Benefits of Kale

Of all the super healthy greens, kale is king. It is definitely one of the healthiest and most nutritious plant foods in existence. Kale is loaded with all sorts of beneficial compounds, some of which have powerful medicinal properties. Here are 10 health benefits of kale that are supported by science.

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Kidney beans The 9 Healthiest Beans and Legumes You Can Eat

Beans and legumes are some of the most underrated foods on the planet. They are excellent sources of dietary fiber, protein, B vitamins and many other important vitamins and minerals. There is good evidence that they can help reduce blood sugar, improve cholesterol levels and help maintain a healthy gut. Not only that, but eating more beans and legumes as a source of protein instead of meat is also environmentally friendly. Add them to soups, stews and salads, or just eat them on their own for a nutritious vegetarian meal.

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Chic Pea

8 Great Reasons to Include Chickpeas in Your Diet Chickpeas, also known as garbanzo beans, are part of the legume family. While they have become more popular recently, chickpeas have been grown in Middle Eastern countries for thousands of years. Their nutty taste and grainy texture pairs well with several other foods and ingredients. As a rich source of vitamins, minerals and fiber,

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Cucumber

7 Health Benefits of Eating Cucumber Though commonly thought to be a vegetable, cucumber is actually a fruit. It's high in beneficial nutrients, as well as certain plant compounds and antioxidants that may help treat and even prevent some conditions.

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Vitamins and Minerals


Dietary reference Values

During the 1990's and 2000's expert commitees first in the United Kindom (UK) (Coma; 1991; 1994; 1998; and the European Union (EU) (Scientific Committee on food, 1993) and then North America (Instistute of Medicine (IOM) Click 'Read more'

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Vitamin K

Vitamin K is needed for blood clotting, which means it helps wounds heal properly. Vitamin K helps keep your Press 'Read More'

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Iron

How much iron do I need? The amount of iron you need is: - 8.7mg a day for men over 18 - 14.8mg a day for women aged 19 to 50 - 8.7mg a day for women over 50, click 'Read More'

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Vitamin C

Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, has several important functions. These include: helping to protect cells and keeps them healthy maintaining healthy skin, blood vessels, bones and cartilage, click 'Read More'

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Darren Wilkinson


Owner and Founder; I enjoy working with people and receive a great amount of pleasure when I have helped a person realize their potential and achieve their goals.

I have over 16 years of experience as a Personal Trainer in Leeds at the forefront of the Fitness Industry. Through this time I as a Personal Trainer I have enhanced my expertise with graduating with a BSc (hons) degree in Nutrition. My experience in the Fitness Industry enhanced with a nutrition degree ensures a PROMISE that I can guarantee results whether they be; weight-loss, increase muscle tissue, enhance performance through the correct nutrition, accelerated recovery through expert nutrition increased morbidity and mortality. I knowingly feel I’m able to make a significant difference and want to help people less fortunate that are in need of the help.

Muscles-How to get the best when concentrating on that particular muscle group


Biceps

Biceps

The biceps is a muscle on the front part of the upper arm. The biceps includes a “short head” and a “long head” that work as a single muscle.

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How to get a six-pack (or even an eight-pack)

How to get a six-pack (or even an eight-pack)

The norm for men is around 18-24 percent, while women are around 25-31 percent. This is perfectly healthy, as are a variety of body fat percentages lower than that (and some above it as well). You can be healthy, unhealthy, fit, or out of shape at just about any size. Make them When we talk about abs, what we’re really talking about is the rectus abdominis, which is

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Triceps

Triceps

The triceps brachii is a major muscle of the upper arm in the human body. The triceps run along the humerus (the main bone of the upper arm) between the shoulder and the elbow. How to Perform the Decline Bench Lying Cable Extension/Skullcrusher Below is a brief guide on how to perform the decline bench lying triceps extension. Step 1: Start by lying on a decline bench, with your head towards the cable attachment/resistance band. Step 2: Set your body up similarly to the lying skullcrusher, with the elbows placed further back due to the decline. Step 3: Perform a skull crusher in the full range of motion, and repeat

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Anteria deltoid

Anteria deltoid

Anteria (front) Deltoid, The Benefits of Deltoid Stretches and How to Do Them Benefits Anterior deltoid stretch Posterior deltoid stretch Safety When to do them Takeaway Your shoulders do a lot of work throughout the day. You need them to lift, pull, push, and reach, and even to walk and sit up straight. It’s no wonder they sometimes feel tired or tight, and may feel achy or stiff after a workout. One effective way to keep your shoulders flexible is by doing deltoid stretches. The deltoid muscle is situated around the top of your upper arm and shoulder. Its main purpose is to help you lift and rotate your arm.

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Latamus dorsi

Latamus dorsi

10 Ways to Stretch and Strengthen Your Lats Stretching tips Active floor stretch Foam rolling Exercise ball stretch Wall press Yoga stretches Takeaway The latissimus dorsi muscles, known as the lats, are the large V-shaped muscles that connect your arms to your vertebral column. They help protect and stabilize your spine while providing shoulder and back strength. Your lats also help with shoulder and arm movement and support good posture. Strengthening and stretching your lats is essential in building upper-body strength, improving range of motion, and preventing injury. Here are 10 simple and effective lat stretches you can incorporate into your daily or weekly exercise routine.

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Pectoral Major

Pectoral Major

Overview Exercises that define and sculpt your chest help you look your best at the beach or the gym. They can also help you do a variety of daily tasks, like lifting or pushing objects. On top of all that, while you improve your look and strength, you lift your mood, too. Working out the chest means working out the pectoral muscles, better known as the “pecs.” While the pecs are the largest muscles in the chest, there are actually several smaller muscles that support the pectoral muscles, including the latissimus dorsi muscles (or “lats”) on the sides of the chest and the trapezius muscle around the shoulders.

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Posteria detoid

Posteria detoid

You need strong shoulders to be able to lift, push, and pull without injury. Gaining shoulder strength requires working many different muscles from different angles. The front of your shoulders, the front deltoid muscles, tend to be somewhat dominant in a lot of exercise movements. But strengthening the partnering middle and rear deltoids is important, too. These muscles all work together to keep our shoulders stable. But the rear deltoids can be tricky to target. These five moves will help you gain rear deltoid strength and stronger shoulders overall. Try adding a couple of these exercises into your regular strength workout each week.

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Pectoral minor

Pectoral minor

Exercise Tips for Developing the Pectoralis Minor Do you want the secret to developing a defined, enviable chest? It's the underrated, but extremely essential, pectoralis minor muscle. This muscle is thin and flat; it lies underneath the larger pectoralis major, which consequently gets all the fanfare.

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Middle Deltoid Dumbbell Exercises Your deltoids are the biggest and strongest muscles in your shoulders,

Middle Deltoid Dumbbell Exercises Your deltoids are the biggest and strongest muscles in your shoulders,

Middle Deltoid Dumbbell Exercises Your deltoids are the biggest and strongest muscles in your shoulders, and are made up of front, back and middle sections. The middle deltoid muscle is the one you use to abduct your arm -- that is, move it away from your body. Exercises to tone and strengthen this muscle will help give your shoulders their characteristic, defined shape. The Arnold Press This exercise gets its name from the man who created it, Arnold Schwarzenegger. You can sit or stand to do it, but regardless of the position you choose, keep your back straight throughout the exercise. Take a dumbbell in each hand and bend your elbows so the weights are positioned in front of your chest, palms facing in, and your elbows pointing down towards the floor. Raise the dumbbells straight up over your head, turning your wrists inwards as you do so, so your palms

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Erector Spinae

Erector Spinae

Hamstrings

Hamstrings

Quadriceps

Quadriceps

Tips For Beginning Weight Training


Stretching.

There are plenty of reasons to make sure you incorporate a warm-up routine into your workout plan. Let’s take a look at them one-by-one. Press 'Read More'

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Prevent Injury

Stretching and light cardio will raise the temperature in your muscles and soft tissue gradually, making you less prone to injury, particularly around your joints. Click 'Read more'

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'Warm up' and 'Cooldown'

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Why do we have the arch in our feet?

Why do we have the arch in our feet? The arch has two main functions: Support body weight while we are standing Work with other bones, ligaments, a 'read more'

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Personal Trainer Articles


HOW TO PICK A PT

All PTs are not created equal. So we’ve crowdsourced tips from the experts on how to choose the best one for you. Check the CV Start by getting the basics right and always check your trainer’s credentials and qualifications – a good one will have no problem showing these to you. ‘In the UK, the minimum requirement is to be insurance at Level 3,’ says Hugh Hanley, head of personal training and fitness at Virgin active Funded by the Department of Health 'press 'Read More'

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Here are 10 tips for women to stay fit and healthy:

Staying fit and healthy starts with a balanced diet. Know and monitor the right weight for your age. Consult your doctor to learn what food you should avoid and follow your eating discipline routines. If you are trying to lose

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Better Workout

On the off chance that you play a game that requires a full dash, recall that a full run strains the muscles of the lower body. To battle this, do unpredictable activities. For instance, run 30 meters at around 80 percent of your exertion

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INTRODUCING THE MUSCLE FOR LIFE CUSTOM MEAL PLAN

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About Us


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My two main goals: First, to help the public become 'healthier' by informing people about a 'prudent diet'. Second, help the public change the way they think about exercise by teaching people how necessary and enjoyable exercise can be.

"Get fitter, healthier and reach your goals faster with the support of Be Fit For Life with our friendly, dedicated approach to achieve your goals.

Using my extensive knowledge of body alignment, postural correction and body awareness. Be Fit For Life has a niche approach to Personal training incorporating Pilates techniques to resistance training. Be Fit for Life focuses on the long-term health benefits of health and fitness, concentrating on both physical and mental well-being to produce long term health benefits.

Be Fit For Life has been fortunate to have helped a great many people overcome numerous obstacles that have hindered them from become healthier and fitter. The difficulties and obstacles have ranged from fatigue, aches and pains, pulled and strained muscles, and some with deeper psychological problems like depression, and lack of appetite whilst being diagnosed with; diabetes type 2; Coronary heart disease; obesity; Atherosclerosis, stroke, or Arthritis and other debilitating conditions and diseases.

The more common issues have also been seen such as clients having; knee problems; injuries; weak joints; lathery; and having poor diets. There have also been on occasion a combination of the two and also more commonly due to been afflicted with a disease or condition that has contributed and exacerbated their disease or condition with picking up another problem or witnessing another obstacle as a result of their disease, or condition.

My services have had appealed to them as they wanted to become healthier, and fitter but lacked the necessary knowledge, or in most instances apprehensive or been intimidated due to their condition or illnesses.

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Breakfasts


Overnight Oats Recipe Overnight oats are the best make-ahead healthy breakfast! Here are 4 easy, healthy recipes to keep you from getting stuck in a breakfast rut.

Overnight oats are the best make-ahead healthy breakfast! Here are 4 easy, healthy recipes to keep you from getting stuck in a breakfast rut.

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Baked Oatmeal with Blueberries, This healthy baked oatmeal recipe makes for a delicious brunch! I love this blueberry version, but for a twist, swap in whatever seasonal fruit you like.

This healthy baked oatmeal recipe makes for a delicious brunch! I love this blueberry version, but for a twist, swap in whatever seasonal fruit you like.

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Griddled summer fruits with oats recipe

Serves 4 20 mins to prepare and 10 mins to cook, plus soaking overnight 413 calories / serving

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Diabetic Breakfast Ideas

Diabetic Breakfast Ideas Breakfast is said to be the most important meal of the day. For people with diabetes, morning is usually the time of day with the highest blood glucose levels,

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Liege Waffles

These Liege Waffles are a unique, European-style waffle that are caramelized on the outside and chewy on the inside. Be warned: these are so delicious; you will be ruined for any other kind of waffle.

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How To Pick a Name For Your Startup

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How To Motivate Employees - Copy

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Yoga


Yoga For Complete Beginners - 20 Minute Home Yoga Workout!

Yoga for Complete Beginners! Adriene welcomes all levels - complete and total beginners to start here! Hop on the mat and start to build the foundation of your own yoga practice with this 20 minute home workout video! Enjoy, stay mindful and find what feels good.

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Morning Yoga Workout ♥ Better Than The Gym | Strength & Stretch

A 15 minute yoga workout class aimed to strengthen and to stretch your body. Perfect morning yoga to wakeup your body but also great anytime and almost anywhere. Many people ask what is the best workout to do when you wake up? Is a cardio workout or strength workout better in the morning? The best morning workout you can do to wake up your body is a combination of heart raising exercises, strength and mixing up stretching yoga poses throughout the workout. This 15 minute strength and stretch yoga class will do exactly that! It will get your heart rate up, get you sweating, working your abs, and stretching your shoulders, hamstrings, and upper body. If you are looking to cure your morning fatigue, refocus your mind or wake up every muscle in your body to start your day, this is the perfect morning yoga class for you. Pair this morning yoga workout class with some of my other fitness videos to create an hour long full body workout! The following classes below would go great with this video: Yogalates Beach Bum♥ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ON-e... Sexy Upper Body Workout♥ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CCk9U... Beach Booty Workout♥ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oGOP-... Best Bikini Full Body Burn♥ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wuY3T... Remember, if you want results you have to apply two rules and stick to them: You have to work hard AND eat clean. I eat a plant based diet (yes im a vegan fitness girl) which helps a lot and i highly recommend it. But the working hard piece comes from within each of us... you have to commit yourself everyday to the idea of achieving whatever healthy look you desire. Enjoy and comment below to tell me how you feel afterwards. :) xo Juliana Surf Villa Vistas is where we stay and where this was shot in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica! http://www.surfvistavillas.com ——————————————————————————————————————— DISCLAIMER: All content on our channel is subject to copyright or other intellectual property ownership by Boho Beautiful Ltd. The ideas, workouts, recipes and other opinions expressed here reflect our experiences and opinions and are not intended to be, or to replace, medical advice. We do not hold ourselves out to be dieticians, nutritionists or medical professionals. Please consult your doctor before starting any diet or exercise program, particularly if you are breastfeeding or pregnant. By using our site, you understand and agree that neither Boho Beautiful Ltd. nor any persons associated with it have any liability to you for any injury or loss you may suffer in connection with any content we may post.

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Tips and the way to start being 'healthy',

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Evidence Based Tips for 'Weight loss'

The weight loss industry is full of myths. Over the years, scientists have found a number of strategies that seem to be effective. Here are 19 weight loss tips that are actually evidence-based. Press 'Read More'

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The Best Stretches to do If You Work From Home

"We need flexibility to maintain a range of motion in our joints,” and “Without that, we’re at a high risk of joint pain, muscle strains and muscle damage, especially if you’re going to be sedentary, sitting at a desk for a long period of time, not able to move and be active.”

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Injuries, and common back problems and niggles, n' muscular aches


Low and Lower Back Pain

Low and Lower Back Pain

While you can’t prevent accidental injury, stop aging or change your genetic makeup, lifestyle changes can help manage and prevent lower back pain. • Improve your physical fitness; strong core muscles help support the lower back • Lose weight; even carrying an extra 10 pounds contributes to lower back pain • Use proper posture and body mechanics • Choose the best backpack for your body and needs • Apply ergonomic principles to your work space • Avoid a sedentary lifestyle; stay active • Stop tobacco use, smoking and/or vaping

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