Our Gym community is growing, and now so is the Gym!!
We’ve pretty much outgrown the current set up we have here after a year with over 80 members, so we’re doubling up on the size! A new 14x4m sled track, another 3 bay wall mounted rig to add the 4 we have, and more new equipment to keep pushing everyone! No workout is ever boring!!
If you would like to be part of our growing Gym community I will be opening up a maximum of 15 new spaces in January. If you would like to come along and grab a free trial session before January you can fill in the link below and I will contact you.
We will be running our big 12 week challenge again in January so if you want to get leaner, fitter and stronger than ever before then don’t wait till then.
Anyone taking up the trial option in December will get a priority for a space in the gym in January!
Hi guys, just a quick one on how easy it is to let the weekend stall your progress. This graph shows how it's very easy to undo all your good work during the week. Example, after working out your BMR (your BMR or Basel metabolic rate, is the amount of energy or calories you burn at a resting state, so for example if you lay in bed all day, this is how much calories your body would need to function optimally) and activity level, we find that your maintenance calories are 2300. This is the number of calories your would need to eat every day to stay the same. Now you want fat loss so we create a calorie deficit of 500 calories every day. Therefore leaving a total deficit of 3500 over the whole week, equating to about 1.5 lbs of weight loss. So your doing great, Monday through to Friday, it's been brilliant, hitting your 1800 calories, training hard, eating well. Have kept up your deficit which is currently at 2500. Then the weekend comes, the shackles are off, been good all week, go and watch or play a bit of football, home and have our takeaway for dinner, then out for pints, wine or whatever your tipple is, several hours of boozing later, your stop for a kebab, and get your taxi home. But you were good this week so you can get away with it. Sunday, good old cooked breakfast on a Sunday morning, bit of grease to rid the after effects of the night before. Sundays tend to be a bit less active, this is your recovery day. Big Sunday dinner, desert, maybe Get a wee film, a bag of sweets and popcorn, and just laze about. But you were good this week so this won't make a difference. Fat loss is at a stand still but you just can't work out why? Your training hard and eating well most of the time.