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How To Stay On Track With Your Diet

How To Stay On Track With Your Diet

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Dieting is such is ball ache at times, understanding exactly how food works, works a treat trust me.

Meal prepping is of course ideal but what if there’s been an emergency and you’ve got to go away for the weekend?

 

Yes that’s correct you’re screwed, or are you?

 

Healthy/unhealthy to an extent is all the same, if you eat too many cashew nuts you’ll put on weight and if you decide to eat too many burgers you will of course put on weight.

 

Losing weight is a simple task if you learn exactly how many calories your body needs to lose weight, maintain your weight and of course the forbidden sentence…weight gain.

 

This can honestly be figured out in under 2 weeks yes just 14 days, you can go online and find a calorie calculator and it’ll give you a rough calorie goal to hit whether you’d like to maintain/lose/gain weight the next step would be to consume your target calories for a week and see if the scale shoots up/decreases or stays the same.

 

If you set your calories at 2000 for the week and your goal was to maintain your weight and a week later you were the exact same weight or close enough, that’ll mean you’ve been consuming your true maintenance calories for the week, if you lost weight then you’d bump your calories up by 200 and see how the next week goes, and if you’ve gained weight then maybe you need to deduct 200 calories and test it out for another week, it’s that simple.

 

Understanding how food works and how much calories you’re consuming per day makes dieting fun and easy, you can go on holiday and keep within your maintenance or if you’d like you could splurge out a bit with an understanding of exactly how you’ll get back on track once the holiday is done

 

If you need any more tips pop into our live chat I’m here to help, cya!

 

Keanu Campbell

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How To Stay On Track With Your Diet

How To Stay On Track With Your Diet

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Dieting is such is ball ache at times, understanding exactly how food works, works a treat trust me.

Meal prepping is of course ideal but what if there’s been an emergency and you’ve got to go away for the weekend?

 

Yes that’s correct you’re screwed, or are you?

 

Healthy/unhealthy to an extent is all the same, if you eat too many cashew nuts you’ll put on weight and if you decide to eat too many burgers you will of course put on weight.

 

Losing weight is a simple task if you learn exactly how many calories your body needs to lose weight, maintain your weight and of course the forbidden sentence…weight gain.

 

This can honestly be figured out in under 2 weeks yes just 14 days, you can go online and find a calorie calculator and it’ll give you a rough calorie goal to hit whether you’d like to maintain/lose/gain weight the next step would be to consume your target calories for a week and see if the scale shoots up/decreases or stays the same.

 

If you set your calories at 2000 for the week and your goal was to maintain your weight and a week later you were the exact same weight or close enough, that’ll mean you’ve been consuming your true maintenance calories for the week, if you lost weight then you’d bump your calories up by 200 and see how the next week goes, and if you’ve gained weight then maybe you need to deduct 200 calories and test it out for another week, it’s that simple.

 

Understanding how food works and how much calories you’re consuming per day makes dieting fun and easy, you can go on holiday and keep within your maintenance or if you’d like you could splurge out a bit with an understanding of exactly how you’ll get back on track once the holiday is done

 

If you need any more tips pop into our live chat I’m here to help, cya!

 

Keanu Campbell

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How To Stay On Track With Your Diet

How To Stay On Track With Your Diet

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Dieting is such is ball ache at times, understanding exactly how food works, works a treat trust me.

Meal prepping is of course ideal but what if there’s been an emergency and you’ve got to go away for the weekend?

 

Yes that’s correct you’re screwed, or are you?

 

Healthy/unhealthy to an extent is all the same, if you eat too many cashew nuts you’ll put on weight and if you decide to eat too many burgers you will of course put on weight.

 

Losing weight is a simple task if you learn exactly how many calories your body needs to lose weight, maintain your weight and of course the forbidden sentence…weight gain.

 

This can honestly be figured out in under 2 weeks yes just 14 days, you can go online and find a calorie calculator and it’ll give you a rough calorie goal to hit whether you’d like to maintain/lose/gain weight the next step would be to consume your target calories for a week and see if the scale shoots up/decreases or stays the same.

 

If you set your calories at 2000 for the week and your goal was to maintain your weight and a week later you were the exact same weight or close enough, that’ll mean you’ve been consuming your true maintenance calories for the week, if you lost weight then you’d bump your calories up by 200 and see how the next week goes, and if you’ve gained weight then maybe you need to deduct 200 calories and test it out for another week, it’s that simple.

 

Understanding how food works and how much calories you’re consuming per day makes dieting fun and easy, you can go on holiday and keep within your maintenance or if you’d like you could splurge out a bit with an understanding of exactly how you’ll get back on track once the holiday is done

 

If you need any more tips pop into our live chat I’m here to help, cya!

 

Keanu Campbell

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The Benefits Of Working Out Outside

The Benefits Of Working Out Outside

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Have you been contemplating workout outside for a while but you're just unsure?

Honestly you might be missing out on the best work out of your life, imagine getting the same results you’d get while in a sweaty gym in London, you can still train with your friends or by yourself or even with your personal trainer, who knows a passerby might even want to get involved, you honestly never know what’s going to happen outside mid push up. 😂

 

Personally I’ve not trained people in gyms for 3 years , I hate it, I love having the freedom of having different views everyday while working out along with the fresh air, which actually isn’t so fresh nowadays but you get what I mean.As a personal trainer i recommend all PT’s to scrap the gym and get all their clients training outside especially in summer!

 

Training outside brings loads of compliments to your doorstep too, the public actually cheer you on once in a while, you may even be motivating them to start working out outside in the future.

 

Want to lose weight? tone up? put on muscle? or just work on your general fitness levels?

All these goals are possible from working outside with the right equipment,

 

This is where we step in…..

 

There isn’t any piece of workout equipment we don’t have, we’ve literally stripped the gym and brought it to you….

 

Wherever you may be.

 

To conclude not only are you going to boost your mood, release some stress/anger, increase your vitamin D intake and overall just have a better workout, you are going to reach your goals in the comfort of your nearest park or even in your garden, if you’re still unsure why not book a free consultation with us and try it out? 😊

 

Cya soon!

Keanu Campbell

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The Benefits Of Working Out Outside

The Benefits Of Working Out Outside

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Have you been contemplating workout outside for a while but you're just unsure?

Honestly you might be missing out on the best work out of your life, imagine getting the same results you’d get while in a sweaty gym in London, you can still train with your friends or by yourself or even with your personal trainer, who knows a passerby might even want to get involved, you honestly never know what’s going to happen outside mid push up. 😂

 

Personally I’ve not trained people in gyms for 3 years , I hate it, I love having the freedom of having different views everyday while working out along with the fresh air, which actually isn’t so fresh nowadays but you get what I mean.As a personal trainer i recommend all PT’s to scrap the gym and get all their clients training outside especially in summer!

 

Training outside brings loads of compliments to your doorstep too, the public actually cheer you on once in a while, you may even be motivating them to start working out outside in the future.

 

Want to lose weight? tone up? put on muscle? or just work on your general fitness levels?

All these goals are possible from working outside with the right equipment,

 

This is where we step in…..

 

There isn’t any piece of workout equipment we don’t have, we’ve literally stripped the gym and brought it to you….

 

Wherever you may be.

 

To conclude not only are you going to boost your mood, release some stress/anger, increase your vitamin D intake and overall just have a better workout, you are going to reach your goals in the comfort of your nearest park or even in your garden, if you’re still unsure why not book a free consultation with us and try it out? 😊

 

Cya soon!

Keanu Campbell

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The Benefits Of Working Out Outside

The Benefits Of Working Out Outside

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Have you been contemplating workout outside for a while but you're just unsure?

Honestly you might be missing out on the best work out of your life, imagine getting the same results you’d get while in a sweaty gym in London, you can still train with your friends or by yourself or even with your personal trainer, who knows a passerby might even want to get involved, you honestly never know what’s going to happen outside mid push up. 😂

 

Personally I’ve not trained people in gyms for 3 years , I hate it, I love having the freedom of having different views everyday while working out along with the fresh air, which actually isn’t so fresh nowadays but you get what I mean.As a personal trainer i recommend all PT’s to scrap the gym and get all their clients training outside especially in summer!

 

Training outside brings loads of compliments to your doorstep too, the public actually cheer you on once in a while, you may even be motivating them to start working out outside in the future.

 

Want to lose weight? tone up? put on muscle? or just work on your general fitness levels?

All these goals are possible from working outside with the right equipment,

 

This is where we step in…..

 

There isn’t any piece of workout equipment we don’t have, we’ve literally stripped the gym and brought it to you….

 

Wherever you may be.

 

To conclude not only are you going to boost your mood, release some stress/anger, increase your vitamin D intake and overall just have a better workout, you are going to reach your goals in the comfort of your nearest park or even in your garden, if you’re still unsure why not book a free consultation with us and try it out? 😊

 

Cya soon!

Keanu Campbell

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8 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

8 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

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Now it's going to be tough to write this article without it sounding like a sales pitch, yes we have the best personal trainers in London but that's not what this article is about is it?

So you’ve been contemplating it for months maybe even years and you’ve come to this article to help you decide on whether you should get a personal or not, my first question and task for you would be to get a piece of paper and write down the benefits of getting a personal trainer on the left hand side and then write down the negatives to getting a personal trainer on the right hand side. I’m pretty sure we know who won that battle but just keep on reading.

 

It’s a big step from going to the gym and going on the treadmill for 20 minutes and then going back to the changing room i know, but it’s a positive change that’ll change your life and achieve your fitness goals if you stick to the plan of course, the knowledge you should gain from your PT will be priceless, where not just here to tell you want to do, we’d like you to be able to leave us at one point and know exactly what you’re doing by yourself, we want you to pass on your knowledge to friends/family who are maybe in the same situation you were in.

 

I know you must be tired of me rambling on but to conclude my stance on why getting a personal training would be a good step for you, here are my final benefits to getting a PT:

  • See better results sooner.
  • Avoid injuries.
  • Lose fat and gain muscle.
  • Break through plateaus.
  • Set realistic goals.
  • Keep clients accountable
  • Challenge clients to be better.
  • Establish lifelong exercise habits.

 

That’s it from me, see you soon!

Keanu Campbell

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8 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

8 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

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Now it's going to be tough to write this article without it sounding like a sales pitch, yes we have the best personal trainers in London but that's not what this article is about is it?

So you’ve been contemplating it for months maybe even years and you’ve come to this article to help you decide on whether you should get a personal or not, my first question and task for you would be to get a piece of paper and write down the benefits of getting a personal trainer on the left hand side and then write down the negatives to getting a personal trainer on the right hand side. I’m pretty sure we know who won that battle but just keep on reading.

 

It’s a big step from going to the gym and going on the treadmill for 20 minutes and then going back to the changing room i know, but it’s a positive change that’ll change your life and achieve your fitness goals if you stick to the plan of course, the knowledge you should gain from your PT will be priceless, where not just here to tell you want to do, we’d like you to be able to leave us at one point and know exactly what you’re doing by yourself, we want you to pass on your knowledge to friends/family who are maybe in the same situation you were in.

 

I know you must be tired of me rambling on but to conclude my stance on why getting a personal training would be a good step for you, here are my final benefits to getting a PT:

  • See better results sooner.
  • Avoid injuries.
  • Lose fat and gain muscle.
  • Break through plateaus.
  • Set realistic goals.
  • Keep clients accountable
  • Challenge clients to be better.
  • Establish lifelong exercise habits.

 

That’s it from me, see you soon!

Keanu Campbell

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8 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

8 Reasons Why You Need A Personal Trainer

personal-trainer

Now it's going to be tough to write this article without it sounding like a sales pitch, yes we have the best personal trainers in London but that's not what this article is about is it?

So you’ve been contemplating it for months maybe even years and you’ve come to this article to help you decide on whether you should get a personal or not, my first question and task for you would be to get a piece of paper and write down the benefits of getting a personal trainer on the left hand side and then write down the negatives to getting a personal trainer on the right hand side. I’m pretty sure we know who won that battle but just keep on reading.

 

It’s a big step from going to the gym and going on the treadmill for 20 minutes and then going back to the changing room i know, but it’s a positive change that’ll change your life and achieve your fitness goals if you stick to the plan of course, the knowledge you should gain from your PT will be priceless, where not just here to tell you want to do, we’d like you to be able to leave us at one point and know exactly what you’re doing by yourself, we want you to pass on your knowledge to friends/family who are maybe in the same situation you were in.

 

I know you must be tired of me rambling on but to conclude my stance on why getting a personal training would be a good step for you, here are my final benefits to getting a PT:

  • See better results sooner.
  • Avoid injuries.
  • Lose fat and gain muscle.
  • Break through plateaus.
  • Set realistic goals.
  • Keep clients accountable
  • Challenge clients to be better.
  • Establish lifelong exercise habits.

 

That’s it from me, see you soon!

Keanu Campbell

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The Best Personal Trainers In London

The Best Personal Trainers In London

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Now you're probably reading this as you'd like to begin your fitness journey or continue your fitness journey with one of London's best personal trainers, you want to make sure every last penny is spent sculpting your body how you'd like it right?

I mean our job is to help you reach your goal whether you intend to lose weight, put on muscle, tone up or if you’d just like to increase your fitness levels, I know there’s a personal trainer with a fitness program for you.

 

Let’s get straight into the topic of pricing….. the oh so important topic,

Finding a discounted personal trainer in London (aka a cheap personal trainer) will most likely offer half the results and a lot of the time no results at all, this is your health you’re playing with and it deserves the best service! A personal trainer in London can cost anywhere between £40-£150 per hour anything less and you might want to double check their qualifications haha!

 

Don’t get me wrong, you could pay more for a personal trainer and see no results, well here’s the trick of avoiding this. NEVER sign up for a block of sessions without having done a taster session or two with the personal trainer even if the taster session will costs you money, imagine booking a block of 10 sessions with your PT and hating every single minute, not fun right……

 

If you didn’t know already with offer a free consultation for all potential clients CLICK HERE

 

Ask Important Questions For Example:

”Have you got previous testimonials with pictures of your clients?”

 

If they’ve been personal training now for a few years and they’ve got nothing to show for it wouldn’t you find that pretty suspicious?

 

Ask your personal trainer what his or hers training style is like and see if that’s something that would work with you, will he or she actually make you lose weight or tone up as much as you’d like?

 

Also ask you personal trainer what the process is in terms of tracking progress, you really don’t want to be running around like a headless chicken for weeks on end without knowing exactly where you are along your journey.

 

As you can see there’s a few things to think about, you’ll most likely be training with the fitness instructor for a while so you want to feel comfortable with the person. The same way you’d get quotes for your double glazed windows is exactly how you need to go into this situation, it’s your money and you should be able to spend it how you’d like right?

 

So to round off everything there’s no personal trainer in London who’s the best, each have their own skills although i think I’m good and my result show that, who knows someone may disagree, find what works for you as you deserve it.

 

Peace out!

Keanu Campbell

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