Welcome to Fitness Round Up, your go to monthly update on all things fitness. Whether you’re looking to advance your fitness career, already work as a Personal Trainer or simply love to be in the fitness know these mini news bites will keep your finger on the pulse.
Peter Lemon, Chief Trainer.
Fat is back! We’ve always been advocates of the consumption of a little natural fat as part of a balanced diet. So we’re thrilled to see the NHS u-turn this month which concluded moderate saturated fat intake doesn’t contribute to cardio vascular disease. Check out the full article here. http://bit.ly/1zxN5n2
Great advice on making exercise a habit – Did you see this feature by the Guardian? Not rocket science to PT’s but really useful info to share with novice clients’ http://bit.ly/1FO4oIT
Inquiry into Activity, Diet and Health at Final Stage Should we get paid to lose weight? Should exercise be on prescription? Should the NHS deny treatment to the obsese? As this inquiry draws to a close we’ll be keeping a close eye on the results and where political priorities lie in improving the health, fitness and nutrition of our nation.
How to Advance to Personal Trainer – it’s great to see so many Fitness Instructors wanting to climb the ladder and become the Personal trainers of tomorrow. Our feature provides the answers on how to get there. http://bit.ly/1zKQUFl
National Eating Disorders Awareness Week runs 23rd February to 1st March 2015. With so much focus on obesity in the media other eating disorders often particularly prevalent in young people and fitness fans can be overlooked. Are you aware of conditions such as orthorexia? It’s all too easy for clean eating to tip over into compulsion and we encourage all PT’s to support clients achieve positive nutritional behaviour.
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