Our work as personal trainers will see us motivating our clients to watch what they eat. We don’t believe in making anyone give up all the unhealthy foods they eat instantly because that kind of denial can lead to them binging weeks later. We take the slowly but surely approach and encourage our clients to reduce the unhealthy foods they eat by eating less and less of them each week.
We do this because not only do unhealthy foods have an impact on your weight and fitness levels but they also impact the way you feel physically. When your lunch includes salmon and a side salad your level of productivity and concentration will be far higher than if you stuffed yourself with burger and chips.
Now consider the snacks you eat. Compare a chocolate bar and bag of crisps to how you feel after eating an apple and walnuts or some carrot and celery sticks with some Lite Philadelphia cheese.
When food hits your stomach it has an effect on your body and if you are eating high fat, high sugar and high salt snacks it tends to slow you down while healthy raw vegetables, fruit, yogurt and similar foods will help you stay alert and some may even help pick you up.
If you know that the food you often feed your body isn’t as nourishing as it could be now is the time to change so you can help yourself feel physically stronger during your working day.
When you combine good, nourishing healthy foods with regular exercise you can build a healthy lifestyle for yourself ensuring you stay fit and look great.
If you have been searching for a personal trainer why not try us out for a week and see how we can help. We offer a free week of personal training and you can book a place by calling Carol on 0203 551 6739.