I tell returning clients to be realistic. If you take 3 weeks off, you’re going to lose momentum. If you take 3 months off, you’re going to lose some muscle tone, strength, stamina…but the minute you come back to your strength and conditioning routine, you’ve reversed that momentum.

In other words, you’re back on track but the minute you return to training – and with a good coach, you’ll make the most of your return to training.

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It’s a no-brainer that exercise is good for you! It keeps you fit and strong, improves your immunity and makes your clothes fit a whole heap better. But, there’s another benefit to staying active that’s a lot less talked about… Exercising keeps you looking and feeling younger! Even just a moderate amount of physical activity…

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It can be hard to know how hard to push while you’re exercising. When you’re just starting out, almost anything you do can leave you breathless with burning muscles. But, after a while, if you’re not challenging yourself by upping your weights and increasing the intensity, you might start to cruise though. And, why not?…

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As a personal trainer, I work with a lot of people who are just getting into or returning to exercise. Whether you’ve never really exercised before, have put on a lot of weight or are coming back from an injury, knowing these 10 things will help you reach your goals faster when starting your fitness…

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Eat more protein! Don’t waste time with cardio, HIIT’s the way! Sleep more, stress less! These days, we’re pretty much bombarded with information on how to get shredded faster and reveal that sexy, toned body in time for summer. But, do you really want to know how to get results in the gym? As a…

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Have you ever heard people say that your metabolism starts to decline when you hit 25? While you’re young, you might be able to get away with eating and drinking your way through the weekends without much effect on your waistline. But, as get older, the foods we eat and the activity we do (or…

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