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Weymouth Personal Trainer: Interview with UK’s leading fat loss expert

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

Hey guys, hope you’re well. Thought this might interest you:

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Basically I was privileged and really excited this week to be asked to do an interview by the UK’s leading fat loss expert- Paul Mort of thefitnesscamp.co.uk .

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Paul tours the UK and Europe teaching Personal Trainers and fitness instructors how to get great results and he’s personally mentored me.

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Here’s some of the interview we did:

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PM: So Andy, can you tell us a little bit about how you got into the business of weight loss and a little about your journey. I know you’re well into training, but what’s the story behind you?

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AS: Yeah, well I did a sports degree at Uni, and during the last year of that decided that I wanted to get into personal training. At that time, I was really into weights and all I wanted to do was get as big as I could, just like most 19-20 year old lads who hit the gym. I also got into running while at uni, banged a couple of decent half marathon times and kept training hard. I think what made me want to get into coaching others was the fact that I loved training so much, and couldn’t, and in fact still can;t, see how anyone couldn’t have it in their lives. Soon as I left uni, I set about getting myself into PT, so got the courses done, worked my ass off, studied under a pile of the worlds leading fitness minds including JC Santana and Dax Moy, and just did everything I could to get as good as I could be at training people. Through my years of training people, I found that I got very good at getting people to shift fat fast, and decided that that was one of the things I’d like to specialise in. For me it’s about getting changing people’s lives by getting their bodies to look, move and feel how they want them to. I find that my clients fat loss is just the same as me and my Ironman training and competing. The harder and better they work at it, the better the results. Same with me and my training. The better I train, the faster I get.

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PM: Wow, you really have ‘been there, done that’. Now lets get into the meat of the interview. What would you say are the 3 MOST IMPORTANT things when it comes to losing bodyfat

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AS: First off I’d say that you’ve gotta eat right. Everyone knows what they should eat Fresh food, and no crap. But so few people actually do it! I hit this on the head with my clients through my Hit & Miss Diet, which I’m actually currently turning into a 30-40 page document that I’m gonna let 1000 people download for free! Secondly is the training. This can be a little different to diet, as although everyone will admit that exercise is necessary for getting in shape, there’s still a lot of misconceptions about what they need to do to get into shape. So making sure the training is correct is vital. Lastly is the biggest one, and if they nail this then I can be sure they’ll almost instantly change their lives, and that’s commitment. No commitment equals no results, fact. You can’t cheat yourself to good health and fitness, and as soon as more people realise this, they’ll get the kind of results that my guys are getting every week.

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PM: Great stuff. So what would you say are the 3 BIGGEST MISTAKES you’re seeing people make

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AS: Ha, it’d be easy to say ”not doing the previous three things”, and that’s pretty much what I’d say. However, I’d also add a fourth and say that one of the main things is when people don;t make themselves accountable for their success. After all, I know that my methods work, not sometimes, not most of the time, but every time, when the client follows everything I tell them to do to the letter. But people are too quick to say things like ‘I had to have a drink coz it was my friends birthday’, or I had no time this afternoon so had to grab a sandwich’, or ‘I couldn’t find the necessary 15 minutes to train today’, and generally a pile of BS excuses like that. People need to realise in no uncertain terms that the success or failure of their mission is in their hands, no one elses.

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PM: you know, I see those all the time too and it makes me a little sad. So what would you say to motivate someone to finally get into great shape, even if they’ve tried everything?

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AS: Everyone’s different, and so has to be treated as such. Some people need a mahoosive kick up the arse, while others need an incentive. Some people need weekly measurements, or a weekly coaching call. Others will find one of my other clients or fitness class or bootcamp members to train with outside of time with me, and some will just need a little love! Ha

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PM: I’ve heard A LOT about your fitness bootcamps, can you tell me a little bit more about them and the training and nutrition plan that seems to be getting superb results?

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AS: Yes mate. Well They started initially as my Summer SLimmer program during the summer months, and these were quality. We were hitting the beach, the parks, the cliffs and hills, everywhere outdoors that would help us have a killer workout. Then the weather and sun disappeared so we took it inside, and I called it Wake up and Shape up, as it didn’t really warrant a summery name anymore. So thats been running since September, and we’ve got some great results. One of the guys lost 21lbs in 28 days in one of the camps, and that’s the current record. But in January things are changing. I’m going to be putting on a pile more sessions, giving people even more value for money in terms of the extras I’ll be giving them, and it’s generally gonna kick some serious ass. I’ll be using my FLAME principle, which is my Fat Loss Accelerating Metabolic Enhancement system, and this is the single most effective way I’ve found to burn fat in the quickest way possible. Nutrition is simple. Eat the good stuff, and stay away from the shit. The Hit & Miss Diet is where it’s at, and as well as this I’ve got a pile of other protocols to help people bust any plateaus too. The guys get a program to do in their own time too, which is up to 2 sessions per week, and these only take like 15-30 minutes so are dead easy to fit in between sessions with me. I love the program, and cant wait for january when things are gonna get insane.

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PM: Sounds amazing, in fact a lot of the principles make complete sense. So where can people find out more about you?

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AS: Glad you think so chief. Yep, well procisionfitness.com is the site to head to for info about me, and in a couple of weeks, I’ll be launching the all new weymouthfitnesscamp.co.uk too. There’s also a social members only social network site too, which I;m gonna use as added support so my guys get even more bang for their buck. I’m running a free fat loss seminar, provisionally at Weymouth Pavilion on January 12th, and with any luck I’ll get 100-200 people there who are keen to learn about what they need to do to get in shape. Should be quality!

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PM: Well Andy, thanks for your time, you’ve been a gent, and I hope it all goes off with a bang for you and your guys in January.

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AS: My pleasure mate, great working with you.

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So that’s how that went down anyway. Paul’s a great guy, and a great mentor of mine, and I’m really chuffed to be working with him.

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Eat clean, train mean, stay lean

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Andy

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Are YOU and action taker? Christmas Bootcamp Weymouth

Tuesday, November 30th, 2010

NEARLY CHRISTMAS!!!

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So we’re just shy of a month away from Christmas now, and that means parties, works do’s, treats in the house for the kids, dinner with friends, seeing family you’ve not seen since last Christmas and so on
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But what do you do? Do you say ‘I’m going to get in shape in January, so no need to worry about it yet’, or do you say ‘JANUARY?! I need to get in shape NOW!’?
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I know which one I’d recommend, and I’m sure you do too. On that note, check out this quick video I did for you this week on goal setting: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lfU-PBIhMq4
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Anyway, here are 4 reasons not to wait til January:
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You can enjoy yourself MORE:
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Simple. If you’ve done a pile of work and begun getting your body into great shape, your metabolism will already been on the up, you’ll be feeling and looking better, and when on Christmas day someone hands you a piece of cheesecake, that you have absolutely no room for as you’ve already just nailed 3 desserts, you can be like me and say ‘well, I’ve earnt it, so I’ll get it down somehow’. Simply put, if you’ve kept a pretty clean diet, and trained well up to Christmas, then you can feel good about actually eating whatever the hell you want to eat on Christmas day.
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Waiting sucks:
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Waiting for a bus sucks. Waiting for a train sucks. Waiting too long in a restaurant sucks. Waiting for someone else to get you in shape is pointless. Waiting for ‘the right time’ to start shaping up SUCKS. Come January, it’ll STILL be the same. You’ll be the one responsible for your own body shape destiny, no one else will get you to where you want to be. Ultimately it comes down to YOU. But why wait when you don’t have to? If I could buy a ticket to skip a bus line I would. Same for a train. If I could slip the waitress a fiver and get my food quicker I would. So if I was out of shape and needed to get myself looking good, why would I wait? I wouldn’t. I’d do something about it now. Today. If you could drop 10lbs BEFORE January, have an amazing Christmas eating and drinking what you want, and then when all your pals are just starting to think about losing weight, know that YOU already lost a load, would you want that? Of course you would. So WHY WAIT? Don’ tell yourself it’s a time thing. It’s not. Don’t tell yourself it’s a motivation thing. It doesn’t have to be. Don’t say it’s a ‘being too tired thing’. It’s not!
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Getting off to a running start:
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We’ve already briefly mentioned it. In January, YOU can be 10lbs lighter, fitter and sexier., while your buddy’s are just thinking about joining one of those horrendous women’s only fixed path machine circuit groups. Come January, would you rather hit the ground running, already with all the momentum you’ll need to see you through, or would you rather risk another year of ‘what could have been’?
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Waiting REALLY sucks:
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I forgot to mention this bit in the ‘waiting sucks’ bit, so have added it as it’s own, stand alone reason, and here goes. IF YOU SPENT YOUR LIFE WAITING TO CHANGE IT ON JANUARY 1st AND ONLY JANUARY 1st, YOU’D SPEND 364 DAYS OF THE YEAR WAITING FOR JANUARY 1st AND WOULD GET NOTHING ACCOMPLISHED.
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Hope the cap’s didn’t scare you there!
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Anyway look, I’m going to make this extremely simple for you right now. IF and only IF you are ready to be an action taker and not an excuse maker, then keep reading and this will be for you:
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WAKE UP AND SHAPE UP – CHRISTMAS MELTDOWN
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This kicks off on Monday December 6th, and is 3 x 45 minute early morning, metabolism boosting, ass (and excuse) whooping workouts, fat destroying workouts per week for the next 3 weeks up to Christmas! We are training Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6.30-7.15am at St Aldhelm’s Church Hall, Radipole, Weymouth, and YOU are invited. This program takes you right up to Christmas eve, meaning that when we torch your metabolism on that morning, come Christmas Day, the rate at which you’ll be burning calories will still be through the roof, meaning much less of your Christmas eats and drinks will end up making you pile on weight.
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Sound good?
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I bet it does.
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As well as the coaching, you’ll also get 1 x FREE 20 minute coaching call with me, Dorset’s leading fat loss specialist, as well as a full nutritional plan with no calorie counting, point scoring or wasted time. EVEN BETTER than all that, you get a 100% money back guarantee that says that if you’ve not dropped at least 1 clothes size by Christmas, you’ll get EVERY PENNY BACK, PLUS free entry to the next program!
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All this for an investment of just £45. To sign up, do it right now over at http://www.procisionfitness.com/fitness_classes.html All you need to do is scroll down the page, click on the PayPal button on the Wake up and Shape up box, and pay an initial £40 to secure your place (the remaining £5 is payable at session 1).
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So that’s it.
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The program is gonna be a hoot, and there are just 16 spaces available, so if you want one, get one today!
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Are YOU an action taker? Marcus is . . . .  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YsFzU_feSVk
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If you’re not, then feel free to try the magical power plate I’m ranting about in the top right of your screen!

Here’s the link again: http://www.procisionfitness.com/fitness_classes.html
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Andy Sloan BA (Hons), MMA – CSCC
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Procision Fitness

Dorset’s ONLY guaranteed results personal trainer

T – 07843438173
E – andy@procisionfitness.com
W – www.procisionfitness.com

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Why Crunches DON’T WORK!

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

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Hey, so I’m feeling a little lazy right now, so have just stolen an awesome little blog post by my buddy Tim Megginson, who’s destroying some serious fat stores of his clients in Cambridgeshire.

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Anyway, check it out and be enlightened . . . .

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I’m always amazed at how many people in the gym nowadays spend hours doing stomach crunches. Yet to no avail as their bodies never ever change.

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The truth is this.. Crunches don’t work and they never will. A couple of years ago, Men’s Health magazine made a big deal about a research study proving you would need to do 20,000 crunches to burn 1 pound of belly fat. Twenty thousand! Even a “crunch fanatic” would need a few days to do 20,000 crunches. The bottom line is that ab crunches are a HUGE waste of time when you are trying to lose belly fat.

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You would probably get better abs from not even working that area. You see, we all have abdominals there just hidden under our party pack. 6 pack abs will come from doing high intensity work involving many muscles in the body to achieve fat loss. Not a burnt out mid section from doing too many crunches each week. Weight is also a very poor measure to go by, when you get to the stage of having minimal body fat and you want to reveal your abs, chances are you will make small gains in weight as the core musculature will weigh more than the flabby bits you are looking to burn off.

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Abs are not supercharged you do not need to do 600 sit ups a day, besides the fact that this is dangerous. Imagine this- a man walks into a gym does 3 sets of 200 bench presses and the 3 sets of 200 pull ups and so on.. That would be ridiculous! The high reps for tone myth is stuff of the dark ages now, you need to get with the times, the abs like any musculature of the body need to be worked within normal hypertrophy (size gaining) rep ranges and tempos in order to develop muscle tone. Toning does NOT happen with more repetitions of a movement! The core zone (mid section) also needs to be worked using bridging (stabilisation) exercises as well as rotation and extension. Not just constant bouts of spine flexion.

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As well as being absolutely useless the constant movement pattern of spine flexion (stomach crunches) will lead to lower back pain and a nasty bit of flab storage just at the bottom of the stomach. This is because generally you will have the hips flexed tightly in this crunch position. Constant flexing in this position can lead to the pelvic bones being pulled forward out of optimal alignment with the skeleton. Okay this becomes technical, but simply put you will be pulling the lower back in more tightly causing a tightness often leading to lower back ache.

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This pelvic tilt will also allow visceral (internal organs of the gut) to almost spill out forwards from the pelvis. This results in the small pouch of fat that a lot of people get right at the bottom of your stomach. This commonly seen with people that crunch with very poor technique and get really flexed at the hips. This can also lead to very poor core development, and incorrect firing sequences, through the TVA (transversus abdominas) which can result in problems at the hips.

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All told, we need to put a stop to the abdominal crunch before more people damage themselves. If they got results the people that did them the most, would have great abs. As Paul Mort says ‘”the best abs exercise you can do is called the ‘plate push away’ that plate of pasta push it away”. On serious note, if you want abs, firstly you need address your nutrition, your eating habits need to be sound to get you losing the fat. Secondly you need to address the core zone with stabilisation exercises such as plank and side plank; Rotational exercises such as Russian twists and Woodchops; And flexion and extension exercises such as stability ball full range abs draw ins.

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To target Fat Loss- this is the main component of having visible abs. You need to look at high intensity interval training protocols. Preferably compound resistance movements, put together in circuit and complex style formats as well as brutal interval cardio sessions.

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Tim Megginson

http://www.fitnesstm.co.uk/

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Fuel yourself to triathlon success

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

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If you’re an endurance athlete reading this, the chances are that right now, you’re used to fuelling your body to meet your increase caloric expenditure with foods such as pasta, bagels, bread, milk, cheese, and pretty much anything that’s calorie dense, and that will help you to maintain a reasonable balance between calories in vs calories out.

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But, the chances are also that you’re recovery time between workouts is slow, you suffer from a  lack of energy, frequently feel bloated, your guts may feel messy during training, and you frequently seem to hit ‘the wall’ during training and racing. It shouldn’t be like that!

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As an endurance athlete, whether recreational, age grouper or pro, you will be burning around 1000-3000 calories per day more than mere mortals. But most endurance athletes seem to think that because of this higher demand, that they can eat pretty much what they want in order to satisfy the energy requirements of the body. Too many people end up using their training volume as an excuse to eat a diet high in refined foods when really, training and competing should be a reason for them eating a healthy, well balanced diet.

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Consuming a diet high in foods such as the aforementioned, as well as things like sweets, biscuits, pastries, cakes, muffins and all those other tasty treats, leads to heightened blood sugar levels. During exercise, the excess glucose can be used as an energy source, but where most endurance athletes continue to consume these foods during their ‘normal’ daily life, it leads to increased free radical damage within the body, inflammation, poor recovery time in between workouts, and an increased potential for insulin resistance.

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When you add the above to the high training volume, which itself causes inflammation within the soft tissues of the body, this further negatively affects the bodies internal function, and subsequent performance. If the inflammation is chronic, then the athlete will end up with sore joints, fatigue, poor and incomplete recovery, increased incidence of sickness and poor sleep patterns. Studies are also showing that a diet that is high in refined carbs, is strongly linked to an increase in LDL (bad) cholesterol production, which opens you up to a whole new world of problems, such as coronary heart disease, atherosclerosis and strokes.

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In addition tot he above, many people have food intolerances, most of which are completely un noticed, or ignored. The diet that’s high in calorie dense, nutrient scare foods is one which increased the consumption of common intolerants such as dairy, wheat and gluten. These intolerances often manifest themselves as bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, gas, weakened immune function, and generally feeling like crap. Most people will put these symptoms down to their training volume, when really it’s usually predominantly down to having a less than satisfactory diet.

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With an exercise regime such as that of a triathlete and endurance athlete, your body is already under a pretty big level of stress, so your diet should be one which support your health, as opposed to one which ends up adding to the internal stresses of training. In a nutshell, nutrition should support your training, rather than simply being a case of ‘calories in vs calories out’.

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When working on the nutritional program of an endurance athlete, the very first thing that we will do is to find out which foods are causing, or could cause, problems. To do this we will eliminate the common intolerants such as wheat, gluten, dairy, grains, caffeine and alcohol for one month. This means that the athlete will eat a diet that composes of entirely fresh, wholesome foods. Wheat and cereal based carbohydrates will therefore be replaced with foods such as quinoa, amaranth, millet, lentils, chickpeas, sweet potatoes and yams. Healthy fats are consumed through foods such as seeds, nuts, fresh fish, coconut oils and avocado. Lean protein needs are met by many of the above foods, as well as lean meat such as organic beef, lamb, chicken, turkey, pheasant and eggs. Eggs will occasionally however be taken out of the diet also, as it is possible, and common, for people to be intolerant to these. The athlete will consume plenty of fresh fruit, and loads of vegetables also, to ensure the body is receiving a high level of good quality vitamins and minerals.

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After this initial month, we will gradually and systematically re-introduce certain foods to see whether they have a negative effect on the athletes feeling of wellbeing. If any ill-effects are felt, such as bloating, cramps, fatigue, or digestive problems, we can be pretty safe to say that their body doesn’t want to be eating that food, so we get rid of it for good. If however the body has no negative reaction, we can determine that the body is able to handle that food well, and so can be reintroduced in moderation.

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The end result is that the athlete will end up at the end of the process knowing what foods are going to be of actual benefit to his/her health and physical and mental performance, and the foods that it is necessary to avoid. This then allows the athlete to complete their training regime in the knowledge that the nutritional strategy is supporting rather than inhibiting their performance. Improved diet leads to improved performance. Many people will often say that sports performance is 50% training and 50% nutrition, but I would totally disagree. It’s 100% nutrition, and 100% training, so train well, cut out the crap, eat fresh, and gain the competitive edge.

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To your success

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Andy ;-)

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Weymouth Personal Trainer | 5 ways to boost your immune system

Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Weymouth Personal Trainer reveals 5 simple ways to boost your immune system this winter

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If you are like much of the population, chances are that during the winter months, you frequently suffer from a weakened immune system, displaying itself as bouts of the common cold, coughs, sneezes, lack of energy and a general feeling of not being 100%. Many of us will battle through, telling ourselves ‘everyone’s getting ill now, so I guess it’s just my turn’. Some of us will stock up and fill up on cough and cold remedies in the form of hot drinks, chews and capsules. Very few people however, will set about attacking the problem at the source.

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You see, beating the winter blues is simple, and can be achieved to excellent effect by following these 5 simple guidelines. These are very straight forward, and deep down, we ALL know them, but just tend to neglect them far too often. If you follow these guidelines, within a very short space of time,you’ll be feeling and looking much healthier, and won’t have to worry about these unnecessary little ‘illnesses’ anymore.

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1. Reduce/eliminate processed food intake

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Processed food and foods containing added sugar cause an inflammatory response within your body, while also suppressing your immune system by causing your pancreas to secrete abnormally large amounts of insulin. This remains in the bloodstream even after it has helped metabolise the sugars, and one major side effect is that it suppresses the release of growth hormone (this is a primary regulator of the immune system) from your pituitary gland.

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2. Get at least 7 hours sleep per night

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Your immune system is under most threat during the day, when you’re exposed to a whole range of nasties, from other peoples germs, to pollution, to the toxins in our food. During sleep, is when your immune system is able to recover. You should try to sleep at least 7 hours per night, and at least once per week, lay in until you wake naturally. For maximum benefit, you’ll make sure you’re asleep by 10pm, as it’s between 10pm and 2am that the physical repair takes place within your body.

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3. Take regular exercise

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We all know exercise is good for us, but many still neglect it. Exercising regularly will increase blood flow, help your body to remove toxins, and improve the health of your pulmonary and cardiovascular systems. Exercise will cause an increase in macrophages, which are the cells that attack bacteria and improve the circulation of immune cells.

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4. Eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables

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Eating plenty of fruit and vegetables of varying colours will provide your body with the vitamins and minerals it needs to keep your immune system operating properly. Carotenes (vitamin A), as found in red, orange, green and yellow vegetables, are needed for white blood cell function as well as protecting your skin. Vitamin C helps protect the blood from infections, and can be found in kiwis, oranges, berries and leafy green vegetables. Fruits and vegetables are also packed high with antioxidants, which are vital for preventing and repairing damage cause by ‘free radicals’ within your body.

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5. Drink at least 2 litres of water per day

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As humans, we are composed of around 75% water. It is required for just about everything that goes on in your body, and drinking plenty of water each day will help your body to remove toxins, fight inflammation, and stay in good health on the inside and the outside. Ideally, you should drink filtered water which will minimize your exposure to metals, chlorine and other toxins.

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So that’s it. 5 simple ways in which you can get your immune system working well again, and finally stop being beaten by the winter blues.

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Train, eat and live well.

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Andy ;-)

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ULTIMATE CONDITIONING - Weymouth’s most intense Fitness class!

Thursday, November 18th, 2010

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WOW.
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Last nights ULTIMATE CONDITIONING session was awesome.
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It was great to see so many people there, and I gotta say I was mightily impressed with the work rate, even though it was just a ‘taster’. You guys who were there kicked some serious ass! Those of you who weren’t there, you can check out what we got up to on the video right here: http://www.procisionfitness.com/fitness_classes.html
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Anyway, you now have a pretty good idea of what’s gonna go on with in the program, and I’m hoping that if you were one of the 24 that turned up last night, you loved the training, and the feeling of doing all those cool exercises with some pretty awesome bits of kit. If you didn’t make it, I’m hoping you feel like you missed out on something special, and now can’t wait to get stuck into the coming program.
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So look, I’ll keep this dead simple. The 5 week program proper kicks off next Wednesday (Nov 24th), 6.15pm at Budmouth Sports Centre, and costs a frighteningly low £26 for the full block of 5 of THE greatest workouts you will ever experience. For the training you’re going to be getting, this is an absolute steel. There were 24 people there last night, a further 6 that I had to turn away earlier in the day, and another 7 who have emailed me today wishing they’d read the email sooner! That’s great, BUT I’m only making 18 spaces available for the program. So, if you are ready to commit to 5 ass kicking , character building, FUN, ULTIMATE CONDITIONING sessions, and want to sign yourself up, then you first off need to hit me back with an email right away, and then get yourself over to http://www.procisionfitness.com/fitness_classes.html right away and get paid up to secure your place on the program. Please note, there is no pay and train available. You’re either in or you’re out. IF there happens to be one or two spaces available come Wednesday, I may open up a first come first served pay per play policy, at £8 per session.
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So that’s it, if you want in, you know what to do. If you came last night but have decided it’s not for you, then thanks for coming, and I hope to see you soon ;-)
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Have a great week, and I can’t wait to hear from you!
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PS – any feedback from last nights session will, as always, be appreciated. So feel free to let me know your thoughts.
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Here’s the link again http://www.procisionfitness.com/fitness_classes.html
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Andy Sloan BA (Hons), MMA – CSCC

Procision Fitness

Dorset’s ONLY guaranteed results personal trainer

T – 07843438173
E – andy@procisionfitness.com
W – www.procisionfitness.com

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More great results from Weymouth’s leading personal trainer . . .

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Check out how another Procision Fitness personal training client has found training right here in Weymouth . . .

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MORE AMAZING PERSONAL TRAINING RESULTS IN WEYMOUTH

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

Here’s another quick insight into the type of results that Weymouth’s leading personal trainer is delivering to dedicated clients, every day . . . .

Enjoy!

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AMAZING PERSONAL TRAINING RESULTS IN WEYMOUTH

Tuesday, November 16th, 2010

This is the shortest post I’ll ever write!

Check out the progress of three current Weymouth based personal training clients of Procision Fitness.

Fancy some of this? Email info@procisionfitness.com to book YOUR free consultation

See you there ;-)

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ULTIMATE FITNESS CLASS WEYMOUTH

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

COME AND EXPERIENCE THE ULTIMATE IN FITNESS AND CONDITIONING . . . .  FOR FREE

Dorset’s single most exhilarating, fun, unique, brand spanking new fitness class is kicking off this coming Wednesday, and YOU are invited to attend it, absolutely FREE of charge for this week. I can guarantee that if you looked all over the whole of Dorset for a workout of this kind, you’d not find it. What’s gonna happen at ULTIMATE CONDITIONING is nothing short of IMMENSE.

YOU have the opportunity to come and train like a champion, once a week up until Christmas, with a bunch of other like minded people who are bored of their current training regime or fitness classes, want to get RESULTS, and are willing to experience some truly amazing workouts, that take your training well and truly out of the box, and into new dimensions.

This coming Wednesday you have the opportunity to train with Dorset’s leading personal trainer, using powerbags, resistance bands, 40ft long ropes, kettlebells and more, as well as using your own bodyweight in some seriously cool ways. You’ll do exercises you didn’t know existed, train muscles you weren’t sure you even had, and the best bit . . . . You’ll enjoy working out more than you thought possible.


If you’re thinking that maybe it’s too hard for you, you’re not fit enough to do it, or that you’re not ‘good enough at exercise’ to come along, then THINK AGAIN. You see, you’re not the only one, and you sure as hell won’t be the last one to think those things, BUT . . . . The cool thing about the type of training you’ll be doing, is that just about anyone is able to participate, due to the massive variety of progressions, adaptations and and protocols that will be utilised. Whether you’ve been exercising consistently for 4 weeks or 40 years, you can participate fully, and you’ll absolutely LOVE the training too. If you’re still unsure that it could be what you’re looking for, then look at it this way . . . . IT’S FREE so by coming along to this introductory session, you have absolutely NOTHING to lose right?


So what’s the program good for?


Fat loss? Yes
Cardio? Yes
Boosting your metabolism? Yes
Transforming your body into an athletic machine? Yes
Getting you to your physical potential? Yes


And now for the what, when and where . . . .


What? ULTIMATE CONDITIONING
When? Wednesday 17th November, 6.15pm til 7.15pm
Where?  Budmouth Community Sports Centre, Weymouth


So look, this class is gonna 100% kick some serious butt, and it’d be amazing if you’d join us.


There’s a maximum of 20 people that can attend, and in order to secure your place for this free workout, all you need to do is email andy@procisionfitness.com letting me know you wish to attend. If you want to bring a friend or family member, then go for it, just please include their name within the email ;-)


Can’t wait to hear from you . . .


Andy Sloan BA (Hons), MMA – CSCC

Procision Fitness

Dorset’s ONLY guaranteed results personal trainer

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