Purify’s New Year Resolutions

Purify’s New Year Resolutions

January is the perfect time to set a new goal or refocus yourself on a long-held ambition.

We caught up with some of Purify trainers to see what their goals are for 2022.

Anahita


My fitness resolution is getting professional on my current goal which is callisthenics . I have started practicing for a month now and i have to be better and better in there . Being the happier and healthier person is a forever resolution too.

😊 Life is too short, let’s enjoy it forever and ever.

Elizabeth


My New Year’s Resolution is linked to self love and stress. I am going to try and look at situations and problems that occur in a more positive light. Pick problems apart and micro solve them. Your mind is a very powerful tool and is responsible for your inner peace and well-being.

Couple positiveness with a good diet and exercise then the world can be anyone’s oyster 😀

Norbert


My new year’s resolutions are to spend less time on my phone and to sleep at least 8 hours per night. In terms of fitness, I want to start swimming after working out in the gym. I’m going to start with 30min sessions twice a week. Lastly I would like to get back into football, I will play once a week with my friends and maybe later join a League team.

Kadeem

London Personal Training
My fitness resolution for big 2022, will be to create more time for plyometric and functional training to help benefit myself and importantly as a footballer. Also to study more into financial aspects of life which haven’t been taught during my academic years so I’ll be spending 30min-1hr of my time in the day to do so during January and throughout the year.

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What Do Fitness Pros Eat When They’re In A Rush?

What Do Fitness Pros Eat When They’re In A Rush?

Cooking tasty and healthy meals to complement your training doesn’t have to take all day.

To give you some inspiration, we asked 3 Purify trainers to reveal their favourite quick meals. Keep reading to add some tasty new recipes to your locker.

Elizabeth’s Cauliflower Protein Kick


I absolutely love egg fried rice but instead of noodles or rice, I swap them out with cauliflower. 200g of grated cauliflower, a couple of eggs and some veg of your choice. I usually use peas, sweetcorn, spring onions & peppers.

You can add some prawns for an extra protein kick. Plus you can chuck in some garlic, soy sauce and toasted sesame oil too.

Yum 😋

Isaac’s Quick and Easy Meals


My Go-to start to the day would be oats with a banana. It’s quick and easy. Which is handy because I eat breakfast at around 5:30am on weekdays!

I personally prefer to cook my lunches the night before. If not leftovers from dinner the night before, I mainly go basic with chicken and rice. I’m not much of a snack person but if any… it would be nuts for sure!

Jonathan’s Grilled Chicken Stir-Fry


My favourite meal is stir fried rice with grilled Bell peppers, courgette, asparagus, tomatoes and mushrooms with Grilled Chicken. It might seem a lot but it’s actually very easy to make.

To get started, cook the rice and pan fry some onions and peas. Then mix the two together with some soy sauce.

The next step is preparing your chicken and vegetables. I like to season them with some salt, black peppers, all purpose season and chill flakes. You can drizzle a bit of oil if you like.

Whack the chicken and vegetables on a tray with some foil. Then use the oven to grill it for 15 to 20 minutes.

That’s it, enjoy!

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Can You Workout At Home?

Can You Workout At Home?

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You've probably come to this article to see if working out at home is worth it, especially because of the coronavirus lurking around? working out in the gym really isn't the best option is it? but the idea of working out in your own home to reach your goal of losing weight, muscle building increase your fitness in your own home ect ect sounds great right? 🤔

If you intend to workout at home with the goal of losing weight, this is pretty simple you can do this without any sort of gym equipment at all, a few burpees, mountain climbers and a couple of other body weight exercises with a structured plan along with a focus on your nutrition should do the trick. If your plan is to keep fit, this can easily be done without any equipment at all too.

 

Now the tricky task for you would be to gain muscle while working out at home it is near enough impossible without equipment unless you’re a beginner, In order to give your body a reason to put on muscle, you must give your body a novel stimulus, you’ve got to be challenging your body week in/week out, I always say to people when you can do 20 controlled push ups you need to start adding some weights to your exercises.

 

The positives to this is that we are in 2020, you can easily order very portable equipment such as dumbbells a squat rack and barbells, these should be good enough to start with, so in a nutshell you’re basically bringing the gym to your house, I hope this article has helped.

 

If you’re still stuck between working out at home here are some more benefits to it:

  • IT IS CONVENIENT
  • IT IS FLEXIBLE AND VERSATILE
  • AVAILABILITY IS NEVER AN ISSUE
  • GERMS AREN’T A CONCERN
  • YOU CAN ENJOY PRIVACY
  • THE ENVIRONMENT WILL ALWAYS BE COMFORTABLE
  • YOU CAN FOCUS ON YOUR FITNESS
  • IT IS BUDGET-FRIENDLY
  • IT WILL EXERCISE YOUR BRAIN
  • IT LIMITS YOUR EXCUSES.

 

That’s it from me, see you soon, if you’re interest in online coaching for your home workouts CLICK HERE

Keanu Campbell

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Can You Workout At Home?

Can You Workout At Home?

Can-You-Workout-At-Home-0

You've probably come to this article to see if working out at home is worth it, especially because of the coronavirus lurking around? working out in the gym really isn't the best option is it? but the idea of working out in your own home to reach your goal of losing weight, muscle building increase your fitness in your own home ect ect sounds great right? 🤔

If you intend to workout at home with the goal of losing weight, this is pretty simple you can do this without any sort of gym equipment at all, a few burpees, mountain climbers and a couple of other body weight exercises with a structured plan along with a focus on your nutrition should do the trick. If your plan is to keep fit, this can easily be done without any equipment at all too.

 

Now the tricky task for you would be to gain muscle while working out at home it is near enough impossible without equipment unless you’re a beginner, In order to give your body a reason to put on muscle, you must give your body a novel stimulus, you’ve got to be challenging your body week in/week out, I always say to people when you can do 20 controlled push ups you need to start adding some weights to your exercises.

 

The positives to this is that we are in 2020, you can easily order very portable equipment such as dumbbells a squat rack and barbells, these should be good enough to start with, so in a nutshell you’re basically bringing the gym to your house, I hope this article has helped.

 

If you’re still stuck between working out at home here are some more benefits to it:

  • IT IS CONVENIENT
  • IT IS FLEXIBLE AND VERSATILE
  • AVAILABILITY IS NEVER AN ISSUE
  • GERMS AREN’T A CONCERN
  • YOU CAN ENJOY PRIVACY
  • THE ENVIRONMENT WILL ALWAYS BE COMFORTABLE
  • YOU CAN FOCUS ON YOUR FITNESS
  • IT IS BUDGET-FRIENDLY
  • IT WILL EXERCISE YOUR BRAIN
  • IT LIMITS YOUR EXCUSES.

 

That’s it from me, see you soon, if you’re interest in online coaching for your home workouts CLICK HERE

Keanu Campbell

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Can You Workout At Home?

Can You Workout At Home?

Can-You-Workout-At-Home-0

You've probably come to this article to see if working out at home is worth it, especially because of the coronavirus lurking around? working out in the gym really isn't the best option is it? but the idea of working out in your own home to reach your goal of losing weight, muscle building increase your fitness in your own home ect ect sounds great right? 🤔

If you intend to workout at home with the goal of losing weight, this is pretty simple you can do this without any sort of gym equipment at all, a few burpees, mountain climbers and a couple of other body weight exercises with a structured plan along with a focus on your nutrition should do the trick. If your plan is to keep fit, this can easily be done without any equipment at all too.

 

Now the tricky task for you would be to gain muscle while working out at home it is near enough impossible without equipment unless you’re a beginner, In order to give your body a reason to put on muscle, you must give your body a novel stimulus, you’ve got to be challenging your body week in/week out, I always say to people when you can do 20 controlled push ups you need to start adding some weights to your exercises.

 

The positives to this is that we are in 2020, you can easily order very portable equipment such as dumbbells a squat rack and barbells, these should be good enough to start with, so in a nutshell you’re basically bringing the gym to your house, I hope this article has helped.

 

If you’re still stuck between working out at home here are some more benefits to it:

  • IT IS CONVENIENT
  • IT IS FLEXIBLE AND VERSATILE
  • AVAILABILITY IS NEVER AN ISSUE
  • GERMS AREN’T A CONCERN
  • YOU CAN ENJOY PRIVACY
  • THE ENVIRONMENT WILL ALWAYS BE COMFORTABLE
  • YOU CAN FOCUS ON YOUR FITNESS
  • IT IS BUDGET-FRIENDLY
  • IT WILL EXERCISE YOUR BRAIN
  • IT LIMITS YOUR EXCUSES.

That’s it from me, see you soon, if you’re interest in online coaching for your home workouts CLICK HERE

Keanu Campbell

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Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

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Are too many apples bad for you?

yes, have you just eaten 40 bananas today? well then that’s bad for you too, everything should be consumed in moderation which is what I am trying to get at here, Carbohydrates in simple terms gives us energy for our brain/body to function so why would we cut them out?

 

Well the internet and the fitness industry has not helped with this rumour, here’s what they don’t tell you could potentially happen if you cut out carbs out of your diet:

• Hunger

• Shakiness

• Dizziness

• Confusion

• Difficulty speaking

• Feeling anxious or weak

 

And during a really bad period of a time where you’ve cut of carbohydrates from your diet the following side effects could occur:

• Mental fatigue

• Nausea

• Headaches

• Painful swelling of the joints

• Kidney stones

 

So where did this myth come from?

Well it’s pretty simple, as a nation the majority of us don’t actually count calories…

 

which leads us to eat too many carbohydrates which usually spikes our blood sugar levels, makes us feel like we are constantly in a food coma, and makes us put on weight, if you understand how food works then you’ll understand how much carbohydrates your body needs per day, I’d suggest everyone work out how much calories they need per day by using a calorie calculator online, go with 1g of protein per pound of body weight, start off with 150g of carbohydrates to see how your body responds to it each week, increase your carbohydrates if you feel like you need more, oh and as for the remaining calories that’s where your fats will come from.

 

It’s pretty simple, we all love carbohydrates but we just need to eat them in moderation.

 

Keanu Campbell

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Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are-Carbohydrates-bad-for-you_9

Are too many apples bad for you?

yes, have you just eaten 40 bananas today? well then that’s bad for you too, everything should be consumed in moderation which is what I am trying to get at here, Carbohydrates in simple terms gives us energy for our brain/body to function so why would we cut them out?

 

Well the internet and the fitness industry has not helped with this rumour, here’s what they don’t tell you could potentially happen if you cut out carbs out of your diet:

• Hunger

• Shakiness

• Dizziness

• Confusion

• Difficulty speaking

• Feeling anxious or weak

 

And during a really bad period of a time where you’ve cut of carbohydrates from your diet the following side effects could occur:

• Mental fatigue

• Nausea

• Headaches

• Painful swelling of the joints

• Kidney stones

 

So where did this myth come from?

Well it’s pretty simple, as a nation the majority of us don’t actually count calories…

 

which leads us to eat too many carbohydrates which usually spikes our blood sugar levels, makes us feel like we are constantly in a food coma, and makes us put on weight, if you understand how food works then you’ll understand how much carbohydrates your body needs per day, I’d suggest everyone work out how much calories they need per day by using a calorie calculator online, go with 1g of protein per pound of body weight, start off with 150g of carbohydrates to see how your body responds to it each week, increase your carbohydrates if you feel like you need more, oh and as for the remaining calories that’s where your fats will come from.

 

It’s pretty simple, we all love carbohydrates but we just need to eat them in moderation.

 

Keanu Campbell

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Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are-Carbohydrates-bad-for-you_9

Are too many apples bad for you?

yes, have you just eaten 40 bananas today? well then that’s bad for you too, everything should be consumed in moderation which is what I am trying to get at here, Carbohydrates in simple terms gives us energy for our brain/body to function so why would we cut them out?

 

Well the internet and the fitness industry has not helped with this rumour, here’s what they don’t tell you could potentially happen if you cut out carbs out of your diet:

• Hunger

• Shakiness

• Dizziness

• Confusion

• Difficulty speaking

• Feeling anxious or weak

 

And during a really bad period of a time where you’ve cut of carbohydrates from your diet the following side effects could occur:

• Mental fatigue

• Nausea

• Headaches

• Painful swelling of the joints

• Kidney stones

 

So where did this myth come from?

Well it’s pretty simple, as a nation the majority of us don’t actually count calories…

 

which leads us to eat too many carbohydrates which usually spikes our blood sugar levels, makes us feel like we are constantly in a food coma, and makes us put on weight, if you understand how food works then you’ll understand how much carbohydrates your body needs per day, I’d suggest everyone work out how much calories they need per day by using a calorie calculator online, go with 1g of protein per pound of body weight, start off with 150g of carbohydrates to see how your body responds to it each week, increase your carbohydrates if you feel like you need more, oh and as for the remaining calories that’s where your fats will come from.

 

It’s pretty simple, we all love carbohydrates but we just need to eat them in moderation.

 

Keanu Campbell

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Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are Carbohydrates Bad For You?

Are-Carbohydrates-bad-for-you_9

Are too many apples bad for you?

yes, have you just eaten 40 bananas today? well then that’s bad for you too, everything should be consumed in moderation which is what I am trying to get at here, Carbohydrates in simple terms gives us energy for our brain/body to function so why would we cut them out?

 

Well the internet and the fitness industry has not helped with this rumour, here’s what they don’t tell you could potentially happen if you cut out carbs out of your diet:

• Hunger

• Shakiness

• Dizziness

• Confusion

• Difficulty speaking

• Feeling anxious or weak

 

And during a really bad period of a time where you’ve cut of carbohydrates from your diet the following side effects could occur:

• Mental fatigue

• Nausea

• Headaches

• Painful swelling of the joints

• Kidney stones

 

So where did this myth come from?

Well it’s pretty simple, as a nation the majority of us don’t actually count calories…

 

which leads us to eat too many carbohydrates which usually spikes our blood sugar levels, makes us feel like we are constantly in a food coma, and makes us put on weight, if you understand how food works then you’ll understand how much carbohydrates your body needs per day, I’d suggest everyone work out how much calories they need per day by using a calorie calculator online, go with 1g of protein per pound of body weight, start off with 150g of carbohydrates to see how your body responds to it each week, increase your carbohydrates if you feel like you need more, oh and as for the remaining calories that’s where your fats will come from.

 

It’s pretty simple, we all love carbohydrates but we just need to eat them in moderation.

 

Keanu Campbell

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Can You Workout At Home?

Can You Workout At Home?

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You've probably come to this article to see if working out at home is worth it, especially because of the coronavirus lurking around? working out in the gym really isn't the best option is it? but the idea of working out in your own home to reach your goal of losing weight, muscle building increase your fitness in your own home ect ect sounds great right? 🤔

If you intend to workout at home with the goal of losing weight, this is pretty simple you can do this without any sort of gym equipment at all, a few burpees, mountain climbers and a couple of other body weight exercises with a structured plan along with a focus on your nutrition should do the trick. If your plan is to keep fit, this can easily be done without any equipment at all too.

 

Now the tricky task for you would be to gain muscle while working out at home it is near enough impossible without equipment unless you’re a beginner, In order to give your body a reason to put on muscle, you must give your body a novel stimulus, you’ve got to be challenging your body week in/week out, I always say to people when you can do 20 controlled push ups you need to start adding some weights to your exercises.

 

The positives to this is that we are in 2020, you can easily order very portable equipment such as dumbbells a squat rack and barbells, these should be good enough to start with, so in a nutshell you’re basically bringing the gym to your house, I hope this article has helped.

 

If you’re still stuck between working out at home here are some more benefits to it:

  • IT IS CONVENIENT
  • IT IS FLEXIBLE AND VERSATILE
  • AVAILABILITY IS NEVER AN ISSUE
  • GERMS AREN’T A CONCERN
  • YOU CAN ENJOY PRIVACY
  • THE ENVIRONMENT WILL ALWAYS BE COMFORTABLE
  • YOU CAN FOCUS ON YOUR FITNESS
  • IT IS BUDGET-FRIENDLY
  • IT WILL EXERCISE YOUR BRAIN
  • IT LIMITS YOUR EXCUSES.

 

That’s it from me, see you soon, if you’re interest in online coaching for your home workouts CLICK HERE

Keanu Campbell

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