The body achieves what the mind believes.

You may be new to exercise and possibly feeling a little apprehensive about starting out. You might be asking yourself...

"can I do it?" 


"do I really have the motivation to stick it out?"


"I don't know what type of exercises are best for getting fit" 

thus delaying taking that first step towards achieving your goals...

You may have tried to get fit many times before but been unsuccessful due to lack of motivation and ended up back at square one and decided that,

"NOW is the time to crack it once and for all but I'll need some help...!".

Well here's great news for you, by reading this now, you have already taken that first step on the right path to success and with help, support and professional advice from me you will remain on the shortest route to achieving your fitness goals! You are on the right path so stay on it and contact me now to arrange your free consultation.

Regular cardiovascular (cardio) exercise is a key component in achieving overall health and fitness.

This involves activities such as walking, jogging, running, cycling, swimming, cardio machines or any activity that involves using large muscle groups in a continuous and rhythmic motion. In order to develop your cardiovascular fitness safely and effectively, exercise must be prescribed at the correct intensity to suit your current fitness level and abilities. If you want your fitness to keep improving then correct periodisation and progressing of your training program is essential.

The benefits of increasing your general fitness through a well structured cardio training program are:

1. Increased life expectancy by reducing the risk of chronic diseases

2. Improved physical endurance/fitness

3. Weight control/weight management

4. Increased energy levels

5. Reduced stress, anxiety and depression

6. Increased insulin sensitivity (or reduced insulin resistance/Type 2 diabetes)

7. Promotes better quality of sleep

8. Improved libido and reduced likelihood of erectile dysfunction

9. Improved balance, coordination and motor skills

10. Increased bone mineral density and reduced risk of osteoporosis

11. Normalisation of blood pressure and reduced resting heart rate

12. Reduced "bad" cholesterol levels and increased "good" cholesterol levels

13. Improved brain health and memory

Fitness begins at the end of your comfort zone.

Start your journey to a fitter You today!