Category Archives: Nutritional Advice

New Gluten Free Post Workout Shake – Pro 20 Select

PRO 20 Select is a delicious water mixable, high protein  that is low in sugars and provides your body with key nutrients it needs. Free from dairy, gluten, artificial sweeteners or colours, this vegetarian low sugar shake contributes to your daily intake of protein, fibre and key nutrients, without having to compromise on the taste.

And comes with a personalised programme which includes your protein factor and calorie recommendation based on your resting and active metabolic rates. More info on Pro 20 Select

CR7 Drive Hypotonic Drink

Coming soon: CR7 Drive, cutting edge Hyotonic Drink for an active lifestyle.

“My entire life i have been driven to be the best. I work hard and look for every advantage. This is why i partnered with Herbalife a global leader in nutrition” Ronaldo

“I see my body as a weapon, it gives me a significant advantage on the field when it’s finely tuned, and a big part of my job as a player is to make sure that I’m always in top physical form,” says Ronaldo. “Putting the extra effort into enhancing what I have makes all the difference during the competition.”

Sustainable Weight Loss – High Resting Metabolic Rate & Balanced Nutrition

The key to sustainable weight loss(as opposed to the “yoyo” weight loss and weight gain of trendy weight loss fads) is a high resting metabolic rate and balanced nutrition.

“The calories you burn during workouts are inconsequential to your overall body weight or body fat content! Instead, it is how well you use your exercise time to reprogram your daily physiology that matters.” Robert Fortser

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Why Strength training?

  1. Increases your lean muscle mass, and raises your metabolic rate to assist with weight management.
  2. Helps improve body composition, i.e. more muscle and less fat at the same body weight.
  3. Increases bone density to prevent and reverse the onset of osteoporosis.
  4. Improves body strength and joint function, allows for ease of movement so that exercise, work, and daily activities becomes much less burdensome.
  5. Improves circulation, coordination, balance, and overall health
  6. Improves energy levels and mental focus
  7. Helps avoid injury: a stronger body is less likely to become injured.
  8. Helps develop a balanced, well-proportioned physique.
  9. Helps you look better and improve your self-esteem, with a sense of personal empowerment.
  10. Makes life fun! Improved conditioning will increase enjoyment of your favourite activities and sports.

Over 35s?

Most people still look young, but are already experiencing the BIG Three of aging: deteriorating lean muscle mass, worsening posture and crumbling joints” say Robert Forster, Physical Therapist and PT.

Find Out Your Resting Metabolic Rate

What should my daily intake of calories be? You will read articles where they give just a single figure for recommended calorie intake for men and another for women. However it depends on many factors such as age, lifestyle – how active you are and your size, your height and weight can affect how many calories you burn. The best way is to find out your resting metabolic rate.

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Personalised Programmes

Many clients come to us in frustration because they have reduced their calorie intake and increased their training, but are still unable to achieve the body they desire. At this point, they are consuming fewer calories than their body needs for basic systems function, forcing their metabolism to slow to an idle to conserve every calorie consumed. The result is a sluggish metabolism that stores fat instead of burning it for energy. With the information gleaned from this test, we can accurately prescribe for you the quantity of calories you need in order to keep your metabolism revving all day long. The result is less body fat and more energy.

The key to sustainable weight loss is a high resting metabolic rate and balanced nutrition.

High Resting Metabolic Rate

The calories you burn during workouts are inconsequential to your overall body weight or body fat content! Instead, it is how well you use your exercise time to reprogram your daily physiology that matters..

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