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Bootcamp – Peckham Rye Park

BOOTCAMP DATES FOR APRIL AND MAY – AT PECKHAM RYE PARK 4 WEEK NIGHT SESSIONS per month @ 60 mins      Start time 1930 3 WEEKEND SESSIONS per month @ 90 mins           Start time 0930  Each session will consist of both upper and lower body work, resistance training, cardio, core and team work. All exercises suitable … Continue reading

Support or Sabotage?

Did you know you are an average of the five people you associate with most? If you surround yourself with healthy, positive successful people, your life will lead you down that path. If you hang out with negative, unhealthy, unsuccessful people, then your life will go that way instead. Negativity can come in the form … Continue reading

Healthy, Nutritious, Natural?

QUESTION… would you trust a “health product” who’s ingredients included “natural flavouring” and “natural colouring”? I certainly wouldn’t. Remember it its important to know/read what is in the food you buy unless you can buy whole fresh foods (meat, fish, fruits & vegetables) all of the time. If you don’t know what an ingredient is … Continue reading

Support in weight loss

One of the biggest issues many of my clients face on their journey to fitter, leaner, healthier people is support. It is easy for health and fitness professionals to ask clients to surround themselves with positive people and stay away from bad influences but how does that work when your spouse or work colleagues are the … Continue reading

Don’t make these workout mistakes

Bad Form   Many people practice exercises with bad form because they are too embarrassed to ask for help. Not only is this ineffective, but it’s also dangerous, as you have a greater chance of injuring yourself. If you need help, try joining a gym. Ask a trainer for assistance; they’ll probably be more than … Continue reading

Immune Boosting Tea

If you are feeling a little run down and colder than usual as the weather changes tack this week, why not try a refreshing 9 calorie, anti-oxidant, immune boosting tea. The combination of ginger, lime and turmeric not only warms you deep inside but it provides excellent cleansing of the cells, stress relief and can … Continue reading

Heart surgeon declares on what really causes heart illness

We physicians with all our experience, know how and authority often acquire a rather large selfishness that tends to make it hard to accept we are wrong. So, here it is. I openly admit to being mistaken. As a heart surgeon with 25 years experience, having done more than 5,000 open-heart surgeries, today is my … Continue reading

New year New start….. set clear goals.

Could have, should have, would have are some of the phrases many people find themselves saying at the end of a day, month or in so many cases, each year! No one means to put their life on hold or stay in a bad situation that is less than desirable but it can just creep … Continue reading

What are you waiting for

Positive thinking helps with stress management and can even improve your health. Practice overcoming negative self-talk with examples provided.By Mayo Clinic Staff Is your glass half-empty or half-full? How you answer this age-old question about positive thinking may reflect your outlook on life, your attitude toward yourself, and whether you’re optimistic or pessimistic — and … Continue reading

So, how much body fat should I have?

Below you can see a chart depicting a range of body fat percentages for adults. Following on we have answered some common questions that come up in client consultations. Why do the women’s scores read higher? Women have more fat because of physiological differences such as hormones, breasts, and sexual organs. In addition, women need … Continue reading