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FITNESS

We all know that being physically active and good nutrition is good for our bodies.

But our physical health and mental health are closely linked –

so physical activity and good nutrition is very beneficial for our mental health and emotional well being too.

When our Body is healthy our Mind is healthy, when our Mind is healthy the Body is healthy, they

both work hand in hand.

Functional Fitness

Functional Fitness is a combination of cardio and resistance training that will work the whole body to develop functional strength for everyday healthy living

So, whether you want to burn calories, increase your strength, improve agility, want to improve your posture, flexibility, strength or stamina, or just simply get fitter, Functional

Fitness is an all-round ideal workout that anyone can do.

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What To Expect In My Functional Fitness Class

During the sessions, and no two are the same, a concepts of Dynamic Movement Training

(DMT) utilises the body’s natural movement patterns. Your muscle activation through

functional fitness training is energy demanding for accelerated results whether you would

like to get fitter, healthier, tone your body or weight loss.

A typical class involves a series of bending, pulling and twisting exercises, with boxercise,

resistance, mixed with bursts of cardio and co-ordination moves, with the use of equipment

such as, boxing gloves and pads, kettle bells agility ladder, as well as your own body weight.

 

Regular Functional Fitness classes will improve the health of your cardiovascular, nervous,

respiratory and digestive systems, and build up strength and agility. It’s a dynamic calorie

burning workout, designed to help you shed excess fat and build lean muscle. After a few

sessions, you’ll find you have better posture, balance and agility.

 

Functional Fitness is a feel good, fun, all round fitness session.

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Boxercise

Boxercise is an amazing effective form of training that incorporates a combination of boxing movements, aerobics and your body weight. This makes a fun alternative way to get fit and burning calories.

 

Boxercise training is for everyone:

Whatever your fitness, gender, size or shape.

Anyone and everyone can work their way up to a good level of fitness by attending doing sessions

What To Expect In

My Boxercise Classes

Satpal’s background is in Martial Arts and Boxing. Starting his disciplines back in the eighties

and was trained by world Martial Arts Champion Ustard (Master) Kaulvinder Singh as well as

world middle weight boxing Champion Richie Woodhall. Satpal has combined his wealth of

experience to deliver these boxercise sessions

 

His boxercise training sessions are a great way to release your aggression, making you feel

calm after the session, because this is great way to release stress and tension

 

His boxercise training will stimulates your mind and boost your self-belief.

What you will achieve through this training will not only strengthen your body it will

strengthen your mind.

 

During the session you will learn how to throw a punch like a boxer and learn boxing drills,

we will do a vanity of pad work, and we will introduce kicks as well as punches, use our body

weight to do a range of exercises to strengthen your core, increase your stamina increase

your physical and mental focus and agility

 

Please note there is no physical contact during these sessions

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Nutrition

Good nutrition is one of the keys to a healthy life. You can improve your health by keeping a balanced diet.

 

 You should eat foods that contain vitamins and minerals. This includes fruits,

vegetables, whole grains, dairy, and a source of protein.

Whether you would like to lose weight, gain muscle or just eat to feel healthier and fitter, a nautical advice and plan can be put together for you.

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Nutrition Consultations

As you settle into an active lifestyle, you’ll probably discover which foods give you the most

energy and which have negative effects. The key is learning to listen to your body and

balancing what feels right with what’s good for you.

Following these tips helps.-

Aim to make breakfast a part of your routine.

Choose complex carbohydrates, lean protein sources, healthy fats, and a wide

variety of fruits and veggies.

The right balance of carbohydrates, protein, and other nutrients can help fuel your exercise

routine.

For more information book a Nutrition consultation