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Change your lifestyle not your diet

The easiest way to manage your weight, blood sugar levels, keep any cardiovascular disease at bay and perk up your health is by eating better and moving more. We all know that, but we as a nation we are becoming more and more sedentary, stuck at desks for hours with busy work and life schedules which don't allow us to eat fresh and nutrition dense meals. So sometimes we need a helping hand and some guidance. 

The good news is that it is never too late to get moving, and exercise is one of the easiest ways to start controlling your weight and diabetes. For people at risk of getting type 2 diabetes and those that have it already, exercise can improve insulin sensitivity, lower the risk of heart disease, and promote weight loss. 

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As with most people I had struggled with my weight most of my life and now wanting to help family and friends whilst moving toward closer alignment with the medical fraternity in tackling national health care issues, it seemed a natural progression to  establish myself as one who offers a credible alternative to mainstream medical interventions. Therefore I studied  for the Level 4 Diploma in Specialist Exercise (Obesity and Diabetes)  the highest level of industry recognition – Level 4 – with the Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs).


Now at a competent level, it enables me to prescribe, plan, conduct and review programmes to address the needs of clients with obesity and diabetes, and to implement corrective exercise and offer dietary guidance to aid in the management of these conditions.


Hate gyms but want to work out? Then come to my private studio in Preston Park where you can enjoy training sessions in a space exclusively for you. It’s right opposite Preston Park train station (my studio is actually called the train station!) and has a wide range of fitness equipment for you to use. If you prefer, we can train at your home or in a local park. 

So take the first step on your exciting new lifestyle now.

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