Posts Tagged ‘metabolism’

Get the Glow

November 4, 2019 at 6:15
Posted by Rachael Woolston

 

EARLY BIRD CODE GTG4 expires 11th October for 5% saving.

Experience the beauty of autumn mornings and fill up with feel-good endorphins with this fitness boosting, strong and lean six week challenge.

  • Including a pre and post assessment to help define your goals
  • An eating plan
  • Personalised goal setting
  • Feedback every session to help you stay accountable

Whether it’s getting in shape, or starting your base training for a Spring marathon, this is the perfect course for you, led by founder Rachael Woolston, with over a decade of experience in transforming women’s fitness, and performance.

Donn’t just expect results, but spectacular sunrises and crispy mornings that will leave you flooded with good vibes and an amazing community of women to work out with.

LIMITED TO JUST 12 SPACES PER CAMP.

Available at 6.15am and 7am.



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Fit’Spiration, Queen’s Park

February 21, 2017 at 6:05
Posted by Rachael Woolston

 Early bird deal ends 1st Feb EB Price: £80, thereafter £96

Time slots

6.15am-7am

7am-7.45am

9.30am-10.15am

 

Get in shape and stop feeling slugging with our four week course that will get you moving and feeling fantastic, as well as  inspire you to make healthier eating choices and feel confident about taking on new exercise challenges.

This course is inspired by new trends in exercising so you can expect to feel motivated and energised mentally as well as physically.

 



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#breakfast selfies – protein power

August 5, 2014 at 3:28
Posted by Rachael Woolston

We asked our readers to post their best breakfast pictures to our Facebook and Twitter streams, to be in with a chance to win a goodie bag worth £60. But who has won?

 

 

 

To be honest, we’ve had so many fantastic entries that it is almost impossible to decide which is the best. But we’ve whittled it down to our top three which are….

Breakfast egg loaf – a great, easy to do breakfast which looks impressive and can also be cut up into slices for lunch. Packed with protein in the form of eggs and the meat this is adaptable as you can add whatever you like to the egg mix

Egg baked in green pepper – it looks fantastic and is full of colour, which makes you more likely to want to eat it. And it is great if you are trying to lose weight because it is a fantastic protein source.

Poached egg on quinoa cake – this would make a fantastic evening meal too. A bit more involved than the other two, involving the making of a quinoa cake but you could make a batch of this in advance. A brilliant way of ensuring a good slow release energy source with egg without recourse to bread.

So, which of these three gets YOUR vote?

 



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