Get your vitamin D levels up to scratch

Whats are you vitamin D levls? Nutritional therapist Steve Hines tells you why you need to get  your vitamin D level checked. Getting a simple and cheap blood test can protect you from cancer, osteoporosis, rickets, autoimmune diseases and muscle injuries.

Speak to your doctor as up to 90% of the population are deficient. If your doctor wont test it get it done yourself, you can order a home test kit from here. It is only £45, money well spent considering it can significantly improve your health. My only criticism of this company is that the norms are set too low. Ideally your blood vitamin D levels should be 80nmol/L (32ng/mL), anything less than this is deficient regardless of what language is used (sufficient, insufficient, deficient for e.g.).

Once you know your levels you can use a supplement of 1000-5000IU per day. You can order vitamin D from here. Call them and quote 3030003 as a reference to order.




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Sunday roast leftovers


One of the jobs of a nutritional therapist is to make eating healthy food enjoyable,

but also helping to maximise their time spent in the kitchen and bringing in meals

on budget. One way to do this is on a Sunday by using the meat and veg that you

have cooked to make a delicious and quick evening meal or even for Monday’s lunch.


Here are 4 quick and easy suggestions nutritional therapist Steve Hines 

for Sunday roast left overs:


Chicken soup


Once you have cooked your roast chicken set aside a little bit of the meat that

normally doesn’t get eat, such as off the spine and shoulder blades, the wings and a

little breast meat. Then make a stock from the chicken carcass, put the bones in a

stock pan and half fill with water. Place on a low heat for 2-3 hours. Adding some

carrots, celery and onions to the stock is optional. After 2-3 hours decant the bones

and add some fresh vegetables such as pak choy, leeks, peppers, add salt and pepper

and some left over chicken meat. Cook off for 15-20 minutes until the veg is tender.

Put though a bender to make a delicious soup or eat it as it is for a chunky stew.


Left over pork


Place some left over new potatoes and fennel in a frying pan and heat through in

some organic butter and garlic. Add in the strips of left over pork until hot. Finish

with a garnish of grated apple, parsley, salt and pepper.


Moroccan lamb


Cook some quinoa. At the same time cook some chopped dried apricots with diced

onion, parsley and lemon juice, toast some almonds and mix it all together. Finally

add in some cold lamb and heat it through. Serve it topped with a spoon full of

yoghurt and chopped mint.


Roast beef salad


Simple toss together some salad leave out of a ready to eat mixed herb or rocket,

spinach and watercress salad (this really does take less than 30 seconds), throw in

some chopped salad veg like tomatoes, cucumber, olives, sun dried tomatoes,

beetroot etc… and throw on some strips of the roast beef. Mix a dressing of 3 parts

olive oil to 1 part mustard or horseradish and season. Pour over the salad and devour.

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South West London outdoor group personal training

Does the thought of outdoor group personal training in South West London appeal

to you?


Many people going to the gym either find it boring or don’t get any results. Unless you

hire a personal trainer which can be very expensive the chances are you won’t really

know what to in the gym do to make your workouts fun and effective.


The other problem with joining a gym is the joining fees, expensive monthly payments,

one year contracts and aggressive 3 month cancellation policy.  You see, when you join

a gym you may be getting classes, the latest gym equipment, towels and soap in the

showers, but that is it. You are paying to walk through the door and use the facilities –

nothing more. If you want any further expertise such as a personal trainer then you have

to pay more money, sometimes up to £50 an hour!


Nor do you get any nutrition advice (although many unqualified and unregulated personal

trainers will claim that they provide nutrition advice), nor will you get any regular goal

assessment and monitoring, motivation or accountability. You are basically left to your

own devices to use the gym as the club’s sales team peruse the elusive targets of

securing more sales and generating more members.


We also know for a fact that over 80% of gym members don’t get the result they’ve

signed up for and the health club industry knows this too. What’s also astonishing is

that 50% of a gym’s membership base is inactive at any one time! That means these

people are paying for nothing. So it’s no wonder why people are leaving the gyms in

droves and looking for better, more reliable and financially more viable options.

So what is the answer?  If you are looking for great workouts that produce results in a

fun and sociable environment then outdoor group personal training in Balham South

West London might be for you.


Secrets that the gym goers don’t know


Manipulating hormones during exercise is one of the key elements to successful fat loss.

Research has shown that doing resistance training, particularly when performed in a

circuit as performed on an outdoor group personal training On Wandswoth Common

in South West London, increases certain hormones such as testosterone, cortisol and

growth hormone. The goal with this type of weight training circuit is to produce as much

lactate as possible in the working muscles. When lactate builds up in your muscles you

get that burning sensation as they quiver under the strain of hard exercise.


Lactate production is directly correlated to growth hormone production – so training hard

to produce as much lactate as possible is a great way to burn fat. Here’s how it works.

Lactate is an acid and as the lactate builds up in your muscles and blood your blood pH

goes down (becoming more acidic). This causes your growth hormone production to go

up. In the liver growth hormone is converted to a substance called insulin growth like

factor 1 (IGF1) and this causes more fat to be burnt during exercise thus making you

lose more body fat.


Blood lactate concentration is correlated to the amount and size of the muscles used

during an exercise. Therefore using exercises that target a large group of muscles such

as squats, kettle bell swings, walking lunges and many of the other exercises used in

outdoor group personal training in South West London is much more effective for

building up lactate than using an exercise that only uses a small amount of muscle mass

such as wrist curls.


This type of resistance training is also much more effective than doing cardio for weight

loss. Long slow cardio, like spending half an hour walking up hill on a treadmill (which

may be effective for initial weight loss if you are extremely over weight, but that weight

loss will soon plateau unless you change to another type of exercise) just taps in to your

type 1 muscle fibres, these muscle fibres respond to this type of exercise by getting

smaller and reducing androgen receptors. This also leaves your type 2 muscle fibres

(that can be anything up to and above 50% of your muscle mass) completely unused.

This is a disaster for weight loss! Imagine trying to fight a battle with only 50% of your

army active – you are going to lose that battle. The same is true for weight loss.


Also consider this, go into any gym in the world and you will see most of the fat unfit

people plodding along on the treadmill watching the TV of riding a bike whilst reading a

magazine. If you can watch the TV or read whilst you are training you are wasting your

time, you will not get any results, you do not belong in the gym and should go home and

park your arse on your sofa and watch TV or read there!


What you need to do is resistance training as your primary form of exercise. Resistance

exercise increases your muscle mass which will mean you burn more fat 24/7. It helps

increase your bone mineral density. It improves your immune system. It improves your

insulin sensitivity. And most importantly it helps you lose weight.


So if you want to weight loss results you should try the exercises in video link below.

Also consider joining an outdoor group personal training in South West London

class such as that offered by PeakXVfitness. At a fraction of the price of gym membership

and additional personal training we guarantee results.



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4 Sneaky Hormones That Are Ruining Your Fat Burning!

4 Sneaky Hormones That Are Ruining Your Fat Burning! Much has been spoken recently about the importance of hormones in fat burning and there are all sorts of pills and potions that claim to be able to manipulate hormones to improve fat burning but in this article we want to look into the four key hormones that influence fat burning and weight loss. This will give you all the information you need to make informed choices when it comes to food and activity.

Whether you’re on a diet or are taking part in vigorous exercise this information will be critical to your success. The two main hormones we’ll look at first are insulin and cortisol and  we’ll show you how they synergistically work to mess up your weight loss efforts. After that we’re going to describe the functions of two little known hormones – leptin and grehlin.



Many of you will have heard of the hormone insulin, perhaps some of you know a person with type 1 diabetes who has to inject insulin many times a day to keep their blood sugar stable, or perhaps you may be or know a person with type 2 diabetes who has been told they have high levels of insulin or that they have insulin resistance.

But what actually is insulin and what does it do?

Insulin is a peptide hormone released from the pancreas in response to food being eaten. Insulin’s job is to carry the breakdown products of carbohydrate digestion – namely glucose – into the cells to be used for energy. Insulin also carries the breakdown products of protein digestion – namely amino acids – into the cells for a number of functions including protein synthesis. It seems that the breakdown product of fats in the diet – namely free fatty acids – do not have an effect on insulin. Insulin can communicate with all manner of cells in the body; muscle cells, brain cells, liver cells and fat cells telling them to take in glucose and amino acids. This mechanism works perfectly if there is a good balance of protein, fats and carbohydrates in the diet. The problem arises when there is excess carbohydrate in the diet, especially carbohydrates that release their glucose very quickly, which leads to sharp rises in blood glucose levels. Once the liver and muscle cells are full of the sugar they need insulin can no longer have an effect, however the fat cells happily take up the remaining sugar from the blood stream and an interesting thing happens. The glucose in the fats cells is metabolised to a substance called glycerol 3 phosphate, which in turn can be converted to triglycerides, essentially turning sugar in to fat.

When there is insulin floating around in the blood stream you body shuts off lipolysis – the signals to burn fat. You see you can’t burn fat and store sugar at the same time; you can only do one or the other. So keep your insulin low and your fat burning turned on. This is vitally important for anyone who wants to reduce their body fat to understand as without dietary modification fat loss will be futile. Seek a nutrition consultation.



Stress is a major cause of weight gain. We tend to eat more when we are stressed and use food as comfort, particularly sweet sugary foods. Stress comes in many forms – food intolerances, alcohol consumption, financial stress, relationship stress, mental emotional stress, poor blood sugar regulation etc… When you are stressed you release the stress hormone cortisol. One job of cortisol is to raise blood sugar by releasing fats and protein that are sent to the liver and converted to glucose, however if this glucose is not used (as most of us are inactive when we are stressed such as at work or sitting in traffic) it gets re-stored as fat – particularly visceral fat that accumulates around the organs. Research has shown that stress leads to the accumulation of fat stored on the tummy area. So if you want to lose some weight, you are going to need to de-stress. As you can see both insulin and cortisol work together to keep you fat particularly if you’re stressed and eat poorly. This is why it’s vitally important to eat right, exercise and reduce the stress in your life to get these sneaky hormones on your team.


Leptin and grehlin

Two hormones called leptin and grehlin are important in weight control. Leptin is produced from white adipose tissue and from cells in the stomach. As you eat leptin rises and tells the brain that you are full and you stop eating. However, with conditions such as over eating and obesity leptin levels can become extremely high leading to leptin resistance, a condition much like insulin resistance, where lots of leptin is in the blood but your brain doesn’t respond to it any more. Therefore you don’t feel full and carry on over eating. Increased leptin also causes increased insulin production and can exacerbate insulin resistance, high blood sugar and the accumulation of more fat.

Grehlin on the other hand stimulates hunger, increases food intake and increases fat mass. It is produced in the stomach, the pancreas and hypothalamic arcuate nucleus in the brain. We know from research that inadequate sleep is associated with high levels of grehlin and leads to increased appetite and overeating, thus getting adequate sleep is essential for weight control. So get plenty of sleep and don’t over eat to control leptin and grehlin.

In summary, to offset the downside of these very powerful hormones you need to eat a good mixture of foods from protein, carbohydrate and fat sources. Taking up a good fat burning exercise programme that decreases insulin resistance coupled with good stress reduction measures should allow your body to effectively shed body fat at a safe and sensible rate. If you’re interested in finding out precisely how to do this check out this great online resource from our website:


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Get fish into your diet

Get fish into your diet

Expert Nutritional Therapist Steve Hines shares how he gets fish into his diet.

As an island nation surrounded by the sea and it’s rich produce you would think we

would be a nation of seafood lovers, however the palate of the British nation doesn’t

extend much beyond fish fingers, cod and chips and tinned tuna. This may in part

be due to the lost art of preparing and cooking seafood or to the fact that people

claim they don’t like fish. But it needn’t be this way. With a little bit of imagination

you can make fish and seafood taste delicious and it takes no time at all to cook.

If you take a trip down to your local fish monger you will see a whole host of

different produce and expanding your horizons beyond cod and tuna can reignite

your interest in this delicious food.


Look out for oily fish such as mackerel, sardines, trout, pilchards, herring as well as

salmon. Mackerel for instance is quite cheap, and trout is a cheaper alternative to

salmon. For white fish look out for pollock, sea bass, sea bream, gurnard as well as

cod and haddock. Some other types of fish such as pangasius, snapper, tilapia are

also becoming popular and can be bought at the fish monger. Then of course there

is seafood such as mussels, prawns, crab and cockles.


Fresh fish is always better but eating some tinned fish now and then is also a good

way to get more of this food into your diet. For instance as well as tinned tuna

tinned mackerel, sardines, pilchards and salmon can also be bought quite cheaply

in the supermarket


If you don’t know what to do with fish just try one of these simple recipes.


Mackerel pate

 Expert nutritional therapist Steve Hines shares how to get fish into your diet










Drain then empty a tin of mackerel into a bowel; add a dash of olive oil, some

smoked paprika, salt and pepper and blend together with a hand held food

processor (or mush together with a fork). Spread over two rice cakes for a delicious



Baked salmon with roasted vegetables

 Expert Nutritional therpaist Steve Hines shares how to get fish into the diet









Cover the salmon fillet in sesame seeds and set aside. Chop up some Mediterranean

vegetables such as courgette, aubergine, peppers and onions and roast them in

olive oil, garlic, chilli and thyme for 30 minutes or so. For the last 12-15 minutes of

the vegetables cooking throw the salmon in the oven and serve the salmon on a bed

of the vegetables.


Fish parcels


Use Pollock, sea bream, gurnard or mackerel. For a Mediterranean flavour place

the fish on a base of fennel in tin foil, add a dash of olive oil, some thyme and oregano

and some lemon juice. Fold up the parcel and place in the oven for 15 minutes at

180 degrees Celsius. Serve with a garden salad, chopped tomatoes and olives. For an

oriental flavour add the fish to a base of chopped chillies, ginger, garlic and lemon

grass, add a dash of sesame oil and tamari sauce and cook. Serve with whole grain

rice and some steamed bok choy.


Fish and chips


Dice up some potato or sweet potato into wedges (leave the skin on) and par boil

for 10 minutes, then toss them in oil or butter and place in a hot oven for 20-30

minutes until cooked and crisp on the outside. In the mean time take some white

fish like sea bass or pangasius, season with salt and pepper, bay leaves and a sprig

of thyme and steam bake (place some water in the bottom of the baking tray and

cover with foil) for 15-20 minutes. Serve with the potatoes and some tinned mushy



Welsh mussels


Dice up an onion and a leek and sweat down in some butter. Chop up some smoked

bacon back and add to the onion and leeks. Finally throw in your mussels and cover

until the mussels open and then serve. Throw away any mussels that have not



Squid salad


Chop up some squid and fry it off in some olive oil with chilli flakes, garlic, salt and

pepper. Serve on a bed of mixed salad.


There you go, quick simple and delicious seafood in less than 30 minutes

(often times 15-20 minutes). See below why nutritional therapist Steve Hines believes

we should be eating more protein like fish.





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Reading Women’s Fitness

Reading Womens Fitness





Peak XV Fitness holds regular outdoor workouts and is

considered the premier outfit for Women’s fitness in

Reading. The sessions take place in Christchurch

Meadows in Caversham in a beautiful setting down by

the river. The sessions are an hour long and are

attended by women in search of fitness from all over

the Reading and West Berkshire area. The intense

sessions are split into four sections each focusing on

different aspects of women’s fitness. Reading is not

well served by outdoor fitness providers and Peak

XV Fitness have only been operating their outdoor

Fitness Bootcamps for 18 months.


The first section of the Reading women’s workout

is the often overlooked dynamic flexibility. It is

often wrongly thought that slow static stretching is

good at the start of the workout but nothing could

be further from the truth. Research into women’s fitness

has consistently showed that static stretching pre

workout can often lead to muscle and tendon injury.

It is much more sensible to begin the workout with a

structured progressive dynamic warm up where the

movements expected in the workouts are replicated

at ever increasing intensity. This not only decreases

the likelihood of injury amongst participants but also

prepares the muscles, joints and nervous system for the

rigours of the session ahead.


The next section of the women’s fitness class is the

circuit training portion. The coaches at Peak XV Fitness

particularly focus on body weight exercises which are

great for sculpting the female body without adding bulk.


Functional exercises like squats, push ups, lunges and rows

are common and are often supplemented with band exercises

and kettle bell drills to maximise the calorie burn effect.


Next High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) running drills are

used by the instructors both to burn maximum fat but also to

improve the cardiovascular fitness of the ladies. Popular drills

include repeated 40 metre sprints with short rest periods. Ten

 minutes of this high intensity work is followed by a controlled

cool down and static stretch. This is the time to do the static

stretches, according to the team of coaches, where Reading

women’s fitness participants are encouraged to hold the

stretches for up to 30 seconds in order to restore muscle

length and alleviate some of the next day’s muscle soreness.


All members of the Reading women’s workout group also get

full nutritional support in the form of a monthly meal plan and

shopping list, courtesy of in house Nutritional Therapist Steve

Hines. Steve encourages the girls to eat regularly to keep their

energy up and to base their main meals around healthy protein sources

such as meat and fish and supplement this with plenty of fruit and vegetables.

He encourages them not to be fat phobic and to get healthy fats in the form of

 Omega 3 oils which are great for weight loss.


Anyone wishing to benefit from the expertise of the team

at Peak XV Fitness and is specifically looking for a women’s workout

 in Reading should go to and

request an information pack. They have several successstories on

their website that show the results that can beachieved with a little hard

work and dedication.

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Balham personal training

Balham personal training

Manipulating hormones during exercise with a personal trainer or

outdoor personal training group is one the key elements to successful fat loss.

Research has shown that doing resistance training, particularly when performed in

a circuit as demonstrated in the workout video clip, increases certain hormones

such as testosterone, cortisol and growth hormone. The goal with this type of 

weight training circuit is to produce as much lactate as possible in the working

muscles. When lactate builds up in your muscles you get that burning sensation as

they quiver under the strain of hard exercise.


Lactate production is directly correlated to growth hormone production – so

training hard to produce as much lactate as possible is a great way to burn fat.

Here’s how it works. Lactate is an acid and as the lactate builds up in your muscles

and blood your blood pH goes down (you become more acidic). This causes your

growth hormone production to go up. In the liver growth hormone is converted

to a substance called insulin growth like factor 1 (IGF1) and this causes more fat to

be burnt during exercise thus making you lose more body fat.


Balham personal training 








Blood lactate concentration is correlated to the amount and size of the muscles

used during an exercise. Therefore using exercises that target a large group of

muscles such as a squat is much more effective for building up lactate than using

an exercise that only uses a small amount of muscle mass such as wrist curls. When

 you perform a circuit of exercises for one set of muscles such as the quads you get

a huge lactate build up. The exercises shown in the video clip are:


A1. Kettle bell thrusters x 20

A2. Lunge to single arm Kettle bell press x 20

A3. Kettle bell standing good morning x 20

A4. Kettle bell deadlift to upright row x 20


This circuit is similar to the type of exercise performed by PeakXVfitness on their

Wandsworth Common women’s outdoor fitness bootcamps

targets the legs and should only take 1-2 minutes to complete but you

are certainly going to feel it. After you have finished the A4 exercise rest for 2-3

minutes and repeat the circuit again and rest for a further 2-3 minutes. Try to do

as many circuits of this as you can in 20 minutes for a great lower body lactate

workout. You should feel nauseous within 10 minutes of doing fat loss circuits like

this as the lactate builds up, if not you are not training hard enough.


If you really want to get supper results pick different exercises for different body

parts and train twice a day 6 days a week for 2 weeks, then back off for a week only

training once a day. Here is an example:


Day 1 Quads circuit a.m. posterior chain circuit p.m.

Day 2 Chest and triceps circuit a.m. back and biceps circuit p.m.

Day 3 Repeat day 1

Day 4 Repeat day 2

Day 5 Repeat day 1

Day 6 Repeat day 2

Day 7 off


Remember the more weight you use for a given exercise means the more calories

are burned. Therefore remember to use large compound exercises such as squats,

lunges, dead lifts, presses and rows through the circuits.


This type of workout is also great if you are stuck in a hotel on business or on

holiday or even out in a park where you have no or minimal exercise equipment as

all you need is one kettle bell, just pick 4 exercises and perform 20 reps of each

exercise in a circuit to create that lactate build up.




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How To Get The Body of a Kardashian.

weight loss workoutEveryone knows the glamour and glitz associated with the Kardashian girls particularly after the recent, albeit, short lived marriage of MTV star – Kim. We’re going to look behind the celebrity curtain and find out how you can get the body of a Kardashian. We’ve gleamed this info from TV shows and magazine articles along with making some assumptions so we can’t claim the information is straight from the girls themselves. The girls are all of a similar age and report the same problems with their body image.

When a woman reaches her late twenties and early thirties, as the sisters have, she may have had children and also have additional family responsibilities that spare her little time to take care of her figure. This situation facilitates gaining weight which suggests that weight loss for women is hugely important at this age.

Also, due to natural hormonal changes at this age she also becomes vulnerable to additional weight gain. As a woman gets older and reaches her thirties, her body metabolism slows down resulting in less calories being burnt and this leads to the gaining of more weight as all three girls regularly complain of. Though the situation starts with weight gain it can progress to various health-related issues such as heart disease and cancer.

Therefore, it is highly essential that you take appropriate measures so that you maintain a perfect body weight at this age and also prevent yourself from undesirable health risks. Healthy eating habits and regular physical activities including structured exercise are vital to attain and maintain a healthy weight. One popular technique to lose weight is to try and burn more calories than you consume, however, this is a far too simplistic approach to weight loss. A more important strategy is to look where the calories actually come from. According to the Kardashian’s nutritionist the girls stay slim on lean meats and fish with plenty of green vegetables and salad.


The importance of physical exercise in reducing weight cannot be overemphasized. This is one of the best ways to reduce weight. If you are a woman in this age group, you need to do physical exercise to increase the total amount of calories burnt and also to improve your rate of metabolism.

Like Kim and Courtney you need to do plenty of cardiovascular exercise, such as running, swimming, jumping rope and biking etc. for at least 30-60 minutes every day. Chloe prefers regular weight training in her routine and we suggest you do to. Regular exercise will increase your muscle mass and also raise your resting metabolism. You can also improve your naturally slowing metabolism by incorporating short walks at different times in the day. The girls walk for 10 to 15 minutes per day 3 times a week.


Consuming nutritious food has got the greatest impact on your weight loss programme. It is necessary that you consume organic lean meats and lots of green stuff. This will not only add less calories to your body, it will also make your workouts highly effective by giving you the protein to increase your metabolism in order to lose weight.

Planning Meals

At this stage in life, with all your other responsibilities, you need to plan your meals and snacks for the week ahead. You may not have a private chef like a Kardashian but you must eat healthy foods not junk foods like pizza, chocolate and Krug champagne etc. and instead of taking three large meals you must take five to six small meals to keep your metabolism elevated. Fruits, vegetables, lean protein and healthy carbohydrates must be consumed in a balanced manner regularly. You should also curb your emotional craving for food by finding ways to alleviate the cravings through other means.

As far as we can tell, the Kardashian sisters keep their figures with a combination of regular exercise and sensible nutrition.

The above weight loss tips for women will certainly help you to achieve the desired weight loss along with many other health benefits for a gorgeous, lighter and leaner body.

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Wandsworth common women’s outdoor fitness bootcamp



Could joining PeakXVfitness Wandsworth Common womens outdoor fitness bootcamp

be the answer to your New Year weight loss programme? January will undoubtedly

see a huge rise in the number of people who want to lose weight, get fit and become

healthier. The gyms will be packed with people with good intentions slogging away

on the treadmill. But the sad fact is that by February and March, there is a huge drop

 off in the number of people who joined the gym.


This happens for a number of reasons. First and foremost people get bored. Most

people who go to the gym are not experts in the fitness industry and do not really

know how to design themselves interesting and effective training programmes.

Unless you can afford a good personal trainer who changes your programme often

and can keep you motivated you will very likely get quite bored of doing the same

routine in the gym. But this can be expensive as the going rate for a personal trainer

is about £40 an hour, and that’s on top of your gym fees. So if you want results from

the gym it could cost you about £400 a month! Secondly, people don’t see the

results they were hoping for. In 2-3 months of good training you should be able to

lose anywhere from 6-10kg and up to 10% body fat. However this is rarely achieved

probably due to the fact that people don’t know what to do and get bored.

Wandsworth common women’s outdoor fitness bootcamp










Why would joining PeakXVfitness Wandsworth Common womens outdoor fitness

bootcamp help you? Group training like this provides a safe, sociable and comfortable

environment in which to train. You won’t feel self conscious, out of place or like a

fool as many people do in the gym, you’re not surrounded by grunting, sweaty males

throwing their weights around and as with any group programme there is a great

support network that provides accountability and motivation. These two things

along, regardless of the training programme, will give you a better chance of achieving

your fitness and weight loss goals.


PeakXVfitness Wandsworth Common womens outdoor fitness provides great

workouts every time. These workouts are designed by experts in the fitness industry

meaning all you have to do is turn up and do the session to get the results. It’s like

having your own personal training to tell you what to do and encouraging you

through each workout. You may be challenged to do kettle bell, medicine ball, band,

dumbbell or bodyweight resistance exercises; you may be put through Tabata

training, skipping, boxing and core workouts and high intensity interval training –

workouts that are proven to help you lose weight. As many of our customers can

attest we guarantee results.


You know you have a good health and fitness expert helping you when they are

more interested in YOUR results than anything else. This is why nutrition support

is vital and this advice should be provided for you. But not just nutrition support

provided by personal trainers (who invariable have very little nutrition training),

but by qualified nutritional therapists with an expertise in weight loss.


You may have heard that getting your nutrition right is half the battle; well we would

suggest that it contributes to up to 80% of your results. So if you get the wrong advice

or even more alarmingly decide to go on an unsupervised diet you are doomed to fail.

Very few people who go on a diet reach their weight goal and can maintain it long term

unless they are supervised, encouraged through the difficult times, provided accountability

and motivation.


If you want to get in shape this New Year with Wandsworth Common womens outdoor

fitness bootcamp visit to find out more.





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