Most of my clients are directly from Central London or the surrounding areas. We can jog together through the city parks and work out together at your home or fitness studio I trust. That does not mean, however, that I do not sometimes take longer trips to get to know new running paths in your area. Just contact me. I am sure we will find a solution!
Not only have I been in the industry for twenty years. I successfully gained the most current Advanced Personal Training Diploma from Premier International. I am fully insured with REPS.
Of course you can train alone. But I believe that my main purpose is to motivate you and develop a customised training programme with you that corresponds to your requirements, problems and goals. I will mainly be your advisor. I can detect when your posture is not quite right or when you are putting too much pressure on the wrong muscles. Also I can recommend running paths or the right exercise. I am also a great support.
All sessions MUST be redeemed within 120 days of purchase.
A good quality yoga mat, otherwise, I will provide all the equipment.
That is entirely up to you and depends on the amount of time you have and how committed you are. I would recommend two to three times a week to improve fitness and add weight loss.
If you are running no more than ten minutes late. I will go ahead with the session as planned. However, if you are more than ten minutes late, I am entitled to reschedule the session.
If I am late for the session, I will train you for the full hour.
Is it better to exercise on an empty stomach so that you tap into your fat stores and burn them away?
What if you have a sensitive stomach?
Should it be carbs or protein or both?? So many questions!
The bottom line: When you eat carbohydrate-rich foods before exercise, you will perform better–mentally and physically–during your workout. The question then becomes, what works best for your body?
Choose low-fiber and low-fat foods before exercise. Try to eat at least one hour before beginning your workout. Skip the peanut butter and high-fiber dry cereals before your workout. Fat and fiber hold food in the stomach longer and with your sensitive stomach, you want the food that you eat before a workout to be digested and out of your gut when you start exercise.
Best low-fat, low-fiber foods: