Posts Tagged ‘sport’

Reboot Bodies, Hove

September 4, 2017 at 6:15
Posted by Rachael Woolston

For those who can’t commit to every session, there are drop-ins available to a minimum of eight.

EARLY BIRD For those ready to focus for the entire month, book in advance by Saturday 19th August, using the code RebootEB* at the final booking stage for a 10% discount. The code can only be used if booking a full four week course.

CHOOSE FROM 6.15AM -7.00AM OR 7.00AM-7.45AM

FOR PRICES AND BOOKING CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION ON THE BOOKING PAGE AND CLICK DETAILS

 

It doesn’t matter what your life stage, age or fitness level…if you want to get fit, lose weight, start running, boost your endorphins, balance your  hormones, get in shape for a wedding/after a baby, we are experts in women’s fitness, nutrition and health. This small group course combined with an optional eating plan will get you in fantastic shape and most importantly, feeling great.

If you commit to each session, you will lose inches, you will get fitter and best of all, it will be an experience that you’ll enjoy rather than just endure.

Every session is different, we have a team of fantastic coaches and no matter how you feel when you arrive each session, you’ll leave glowing.



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Reboot Bodies, Queen’s Park


Posted by Rachael Woolston

For those who can’t commit to every session, there are drop-ins available to a minimum of eight.

EARLY BIRD For those ready to focus for the entire month, book in advance by Saturday 19th August, using the code RebootEB* at the final booking stage for a 10% discount. The code is only valid on those booking a full course of 12.

CHOOSE FROM 6.15AM -7.00AM OR 7.00AM-7.45AM

FOR PRICES AND BOOKING CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION ON THE BOOKING PAGE AND CLICK DETAILS

 

It doesn’t matter what your life stage, age or fitness level…if you want to get fit, lose weight, start running, boost your endorphins, balance your  hormones, get in shape for a wedding/after a baby, we are experts in women’s fitness, nutrition and health. This small group course combined with an optional eating plan will get you in fantastic shape and most importantly, feeling great.

If you commit to each session, you will lose inches, you will get fitter and best of all, it will be an experience that you’ll enjoy rather than just endure.

Every session is different, we have a team of fantastic coaches and no matter how you feel when you arrive each session, you’ll leave glowing.



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Create your own wetsuit

September 2, 2016 at 8:01
Posted by Rachael Woolston

There are wetsuits and then there are wetsuits with WOW. The Cornwall-based Neon have created neoprene swimsuits where you choose the colours. Now, this is the kind of wetsuit after our own hearts…

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Fit Body Blitz 6am & 7am

February 22, 2016 at 6:00
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Whether you’re new to exercise, or workout regularly, this 4 week course will get you fit and feeling amazing, particularly with our renowned Core Transform sections which will help trim your tummy while also strengthening.

One hour sessions Mon, Tues, while Weds & Fri are 30 mins at 6.30am. Includes eating plan. Early bird ends 1st Feb.

Dates of the full course: 22nd Feb – 18th March

Early bird: £145

Thereafter: £165

Graduate drop ins: £125



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#DreamChallenger – The Incredible Shrinking Bec Taylor

February 17, 2015 at 7:20
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Last March, 38-year old Bec Taylor won a year of Fitbitch camps with the goal of getting fit, losing weight and taking part in a series of Dream Challenges. Take a look at the transformation for yourselves…

 

Since starting with us at the beginning of March 2014, Bec has lost three stone dropping from 15st 10lbs to 12stone 9lbs. More significantly, her Body Mass Index has dropped from a clinically obese 32.6 to a healthy 25.6, while her body fat has dropped  by 10%.

We don’t think we need to total up all the inches she’s lost – the images speak from themselves.

For us at though, Fitbitch is not just about helping women like Bec achieve weight loss and a better body shape, it’s about helping women to connect to an active, fit life which they enjoy. The upshot? Exercise becomes something that is enjoyed not endured. And that creates a lifelong love affair.

To that end, we challenged Bec to take part in a Sprint Triathlon, Obstacle Race, Parkrun, 10km, and half marathon. She’s done them all and then raised the stakes herself.

In April, she runs the Brighton Marathon and in preparation for the end of her Dream Challenge year, she’s already signed up to another triathlon, a cycle sportive, Brighton to Paris bike ride…the list goes on.

#Thisgirlcan!

Bec has already raised around £1500 for Great Ormond Street Hospital. If you wish to support her marathon challenge, the last of her Dream Challenge Fitbitch  year, you can do so by clicking here.

And if you want to sign up to a Transform Like Taylor package for Summer,  we are offering package deals, when you buy three camps upfront. Contact us for prices and further details.

And if YOU think you have what it takes to become our #DreamChallenger2015-2016, sign up for our newsletter or to our Facebook page so you don’t miss the details of our 2015-16 Dream Challenger competition.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Cindy Crawford Untouched

February 16, 2015 at 4:45
Posted by Rachael Woolston

An un-retouched photo of 48-year old Cindy Crawford leaked online has reignited the debate about photoshopping women’s bodies…

Across social media today and yesterday, commentators were celebrating this photo of Cindy Crawford, baring dimples and all. Whether she meant to, or it was leaked online from a 2013 cover story in Marie Claire Mexico and Latin America, who knows. But it is interesting to see the furore it has created.

What we find most interesting is the way that the media, including publications such as The Independent and The Guardian have reported it. Not one of them has actually lead with this picture, choosing instead to use a glamorous, touched up and heavily styled photo of the former supermodel and then posting the untouched one below.

On one hand they appear to be supporting the ‘celebrate the untouched image,’ on the other undermining this by using a glam lead picture.  Why? With this very editorial action it makes it seem that they feel the image too repugnant to lead with.

And what of the flip side? Many social media commentators have praised the pictures as beautiful.

It is neither beautiful, nor disgusting. It is just a woman’s body.

This image of Cindy is positive because it shows reality for most women, who don’t have hours to spend in the gym, and for whom love, family, relationships and friends are part and parcel of a rounded life.

The sooner we face up to the fact that the body images that we are bombarded with from teens to sixties are just smoke and mirrors, the more quickly we can accept, embrace and celebrate our figures for the incredibly amazing things they can help us do, and the happier we will all feel in our own skins, no matter what age we are.

Don’t get us wrong, we are not saying ‘give up, exercise and eating healthily is futile.’

Exercise and a good diet does change your body shape, it does make you feel good, it influences your hormone levels and so much more besides. But to do it in the pursuit of an image from a magazine is futile because you’re chasing something that is not real.

Celebrate your body and exercise to train for something like a running race, a sportive, a hike, or simply to ensure you can keep moving well right into your nineties. Now, that’s an inspirational body that is worth working out to achieve.

 



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May 30, 2014 at 6:29
Posted by Rachael Woolston

Fancy taking on a dream challenge, something that takes you out of your comfort zone but rewards you with new found fitness and confidence? Read about our dream challenge tri team who take on a sprint tri this Sunday and how YOU could become part of our next #dreamchallenge team

 

 

At the beginning of this year, three women, Bec, Lesley & Adreina, won free spaces at camp to transform their mind, body & spirit. Two had not done exercise in years and we’re in the obese range. This Sunday, all three take on their first triathlon.

It follows three weeks of FREE women only triathlon training, where a group of 18 women, over two thirds who have never done a triathlon before, trained for this Sunday’s sprint distance in Ardingely (500metre swim, 23kms bike ride, 5km run). We wish them a fantastic race. They don’t need luck. They’ve done all the training and are ready.

If you want to join our next #dreamchallenge team training for Stilettoes on Wheels or the Bacchus Half Marathon, keep your eyes on our Facebook page and blog.

 



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