Archive for 2012

Christmas Timetable !!!!!

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Christmas Timetable

 

If there is demand for other times please let me know, and I will arrange (patrick@yourfitness.ie)

Up to Saturday 22nd as normal.

 

Monday 24th  –   11am,  6.30pm

Tuesday 25th  –   No Workouts

Wednesday 26th  –  No Workouts

Thursday 27th –   11am,  6.30pm

Friday 28th  –    11am,   6.30pm

Saturday  29th  –   11am,  1.30pm

Monday 31st  –   11am,  6.30pm

Tuesday 1st  –  1pm,  6.30pm

Wednesday 2nd  –  Saturday 5th  – Back to Old Full Timetable.

***Monday 7th January   –  New Timetable (to be confirmed and will be posted)

Definately 7.30am workouts and additional evening workouts ...

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Top 5 Fitness Tips for Christmas

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Planning to relax and kick back your heals with some wine and treats this Christmas? Well why not, you’ve earned it. Drink, food and festivity is what December is all about, but the fact is that a lot of people take a step away from fitness during the festive season. It is the cause of the New Year resolution. The pounds pile on, caused by excess calories from carbohydrates and fats, so this plan ...

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Hey everyone. Theres new times going up for 2013, and we’re going to put it down to a vote. You can find it up on the board in The Underground. This means more times for you to come down and break a sweat.

Let the voting begin!!!

 

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Stress and your body

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Emotional stress comes with everyday life. Work, relationships, bills and even the X Factor can have an emotional and stressful effect on us. Some of us are able to cope with stress better than others, possibly as a result of hardening through events that have happened in our lives. Now I am not a counsellor, I am a personal trainer, but a big part of my duty is to counsel my clients on the negative effects that stressful elements are ...

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Anabolic Post Training Milkshake

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*Protein powder required for use.

A great idea for a fun and nutritious snack is to have a beneficial post training shake. If you look at the post below (search: Anabolic window) you’ll know that your body has a desire for insulin after you train, which drops exponentially within the following 3 hours. The insulin which is a storage and building hormone delivers ...

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Your engine Needs Oil

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I just wanted to write a few words on the Metabolic Diet we do here and hopefully help people get a good understanding of why we’re doing it. There is a general idea out there that to lose weight you need to perform a lot of exercise while at the same time eating much less food. That is in energy terms (calories), to greatly increase output while severely limiting input. ...

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Metabolic Diet – Lifestyle and time issues

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I have to start by saying this eating pattern is all about self-preparation. You are going to find it harder to achieve your goals through this meal plan if you are unwilling to prepare things the night before, or allow yourself to be in too many situations where “I just had to eat what was there”. Unfortunately some of you will be in jobs etc. where you won’t know where you are from time to time, which makes it difficult. ...

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Salmon Burger and Salad

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SALAD

–   Toss salad ingredients and serve on the side.

2 cups lettuce

/2 cup (142 g) cucumber

2 slices tomato

1 tbsp (14 ml) balsamic vinegar

1 tsp (5 ml) olive oil

BURGER

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Metabolic Diet – Safe Fruits and Vegetables

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Although all fruits and vegetables are “healthy”, the Metabolic Diet centres around eating large quantities of fat burning foods. This becomes tricky with fruits and vegetables because some have too high a sugar content to help fat burning. Only the highest fibre fruits and veg with the smallest effect on blood sugar should be eaten regularly. The following separate lists for fruits and Vegetables will list those you ...

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Breakfast Smoothies

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Smoothie #1: Berry Blast!
1-2 scoops protein powder
8-10 oz unsweetened almond milk
1 cup mixed frozen berries
Stevia or xylitol to desired sweetness (if needed – natural sweeteners available in health shops)
Ice to desired thickness

Smoothie #2: Choc-PB Goodness!
1-2 scoops chocolate protein powder
2-3 tbsp natural peanut butter
1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
8-10 oz unsweetened almond milk
Ice to desired thickness

Smoothie ...

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