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Our most popular Boot camp

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BOOT CAMP AT FEMALE TRAINER = RESULTS!

We run our popular Bootcamps on a monthly basis. The boot camp sessions have proven to be popular consisting of 4 sessions a week for 4 weeks. The boot camp sessions are carefully planned so that you will receive different workouts each time you attend and these will consist of plyometrics, strength, cardio, flexibility and core work. These classes are structured and changed so that you are constantly changing your routine and challenging your body in many exciting ways. Your Bootcamp experience will make you feel fitter, stronger, leaner and more energetic with our intense HIIT (high-intensity interval training) workouts that will constantly challenge you.

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8 top superfoods you should be eating everyday

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Learn about the top 8 superfoods that you should be eating every day that will make you feel healthier and more energetic.

I have listed a few below as well as their benefits, these are a key to good health and mental wellbeing as they all have vital nutrients that our bodies need to function properly.

Try and slowly make these changes by swapping certain food groups and replacing them with these nutrient dense food groups or try adding into smoothies.

 

Quinoa

Quinoa is full of magnesium and phosphorus plus all the essential amino acid that our bodies needs, it’s gluten-free and it can help with migraines, can relieve constipation and lower cholesterol.

 

Flaxseeds

Flaxseeds also contain B vitamins, fiber, and magnesium plus omega 3 fatty acids. Flaxseeds can also help to lower cholesterol and high blood pressure they can aid in indigestion and they have a high-fiber content, flaxseeds can also help nourish the skin and hair.

Hemp Seeds

Hemp seeds are full of vitamin E, they have magnesium, zinc, calcium, high levels of protein, and is a powerful anti-inflammatory. They can help to regulate energy levels as well as give a boost to the immune system and help you stay fuller for longer.

Brown Rice

Try swapping White Rice for Brown Rice, as Brown Rice contains B vitamins, it also contains magnesium, manganese and high levels of fiber, selenium, and lecithin. (can help with a stronger immune system and healthy digestive system)
Brown rice can also help maintain a healthy body weight, reduce the severity of asthma also help you prevent migraines and gallstones, as well as lower cholesterol.

Amaranth

Amaranth is another grain that can help provide you with vitamins, such as A and C. Plus it contains fiber, calcium, potassium, iron and all nine essential amino acids. Amaranth can also help protects against heart disease and cancer, it can reduce inflammation, raise energy levels and lower blood pressure.

Chia Seeds

Chia seeds are full of energy giving fiber they’re full of antioxidants and have high levels of omega 3 fatty acids. Chia seeds have five times the calcium that milk contains. Chia seeds can also help lower cholesterol, they can help to stabilize blood sugar levels and improve your heart health too.

 

Buckwheat

Buckwheat contains magnesium, manganese, copper, prosperous and tryptophan (which can help you sleep better) it can prevent any energy spikes that can cause mood swings, it can prevent against inflammation and can control weight gain.

Oats

Oats are full of B vitamins, they have high levels of protein, soluble fiber, zinc, calcium, magnesium, and iron. Oats can keep your energy levels up and make a wonderful healthy breakfast. Oats can help to boost your digestive system and help your skin, hair, and nails as well as improve your concentration.

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Boot Camp January 2017

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Get a fitter, Leaner NEW you for 2017. Price: £180 4 WEEKS Intense programme. These classes are structured to focus on technique and help attendees to avoid injuries. A combination of HIIT, Plyometric, Sprint drills and Body weighted exercises packed with challenging routines. Targeted for a small group of 3-6 only.

Your bootcamp experience:
– Focus on Toning
– Endurance
– Stamina
– Stability
– Co-ordination
– Flexibility

All monies should be paid in full by December 30 th 2016

 

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top 10 benefits of Head stand pose

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head-standhttp://www.doyouyoga.com/10-awesome-health-benefits-of-headstand/

Top 10 benefits of head stands

  1. Relieve Stress
  2. Increase Focus
  3. Increased Blood Flow to the Eyes
  4. Increases Blood Flow To The Head And Scalp
  5. Strengthens Shoulders And Arms
  6. Improves Digestion
  7. Helps To Flush Out The Adrenal Glands
  8. Decreases Fluid Build-Up In The Legs, Ankles, And Feet
  9. Develops Strength In The Core Muscles
  10. Stimulates The Lymphatic System

For details on the above benefits please see:

http://www.doyouyoga.com/10-awesome-health-benefits-of-headstand/

 

 

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VITAMIN C

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Vitamin C

Vegetables and Fruit
Vitamin C is one of the most well-known nutritional supplements, vitamin c is a water-soluble vitamin that’s occurs naturally in fruits and vegetables it plays a key role in a variety of bodily functions including the formation of connective-tissue the production of hormones such as adrenaline and the formation of red blood cells. Vitamin C is also a powerful antioxidant helping to protect against cell damage, enhancing post workout recovery and protecting against injury and illness.

Daily doses of less than 1000 mg may be beneficial during periods of stress or intense training, but higher doses than this may hinder rather than help performance by Blunting the muscles’ ability to adapt to exercise.

It is best to try to get natural sources of Vitamin C from food.  Examples of foods containing Vitamin C are Oranges, Bell peppers,  chillies, Kale, Broccoli,  Papaya, Strawberries, Cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, kiwi, pineapple and papaya just to name a few.

Boost energy the natural way.

  • Try to get enough sleep
  • Eliminate caffeine
  • Eat  a balanced diet
  • Exercise
  • Drink enough water

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