Author Archives: Zane

Get Fit with Fish

Eat more fish & boost your vital functions Fish is a good source of protein and contains many vitamins and minerals. Aim to eat at least one portions of fish a week, including at least one portion of oily fish. Oily fish contains omega-3 fats, which may help to prevent heart disease. We provide One to two fish […]

Do Cardio the way you love. Differently !

Battle Rope Training Battle ropes can provide a high-intensity, whole-body workout that gets your muscles moving in new ways A 10-minute bout of rope training resulted in high heart rates and energy expenditure that would increase cardiorespiratory fitness Battle rope workouts work the muscles in your upper body, abs, back, and glutes, and you can […]

Learn how to Stay in shape all year long by making these small adjustments.

Few tips on how to live healthier and happier life using these simple methods.   Coconut flour is Gluten Free , low in Carbohydrates and high in fibre. It will kickstart your metabolism. As all dairy products might be not the best addition to our meal plan, almond, coconut, hazelnut milk makes great substitute offering […]

Diets in a Nutshell, which is Right for You?

We hear of many diets, ranging from Paleo to Ketogenic, Carbohydrate Cycling and Very Low Calorie diet. The choices are endless and you may be left confused, which one is going to help me drop to the dress size I desire, or tone up and strengthen my muscles? Paleo for example looks at eating the […]

Do you battle the weight with low results? maybe you should change something…

Personal Training is a great way for everyone out there trying to get fit ,be safe and healthy and battle the weight…however, false hope to everyone who thinks they will achieve great results and in most examples people want quick results with little effort and self control. It’s a long term battle for everyone, the […]

Carbohydrate Loading

Carbohydrate Loading for Training & Competition what is it and why should i learn about it ? Carb loading is the process of maximising your glycogen stores in preparation for a long endurance event, usually something longer than 90 minutes in duration. You can only store so much carbohydrate in the body, so it makes […]

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