WHO IS HIIT GOOD FOR??

Is the class for a certain type of person?
It’s for everyone essentially. The instructor will give various options to people depending on their fitness level. No matter how fit you are we can tailor the workout to challenge you.
Where could I go to do HIITSTEP?
LiV Personal Training Studio

Classes starting

Monday JUNE 3,2019

5 Weeks $49.99

Mondays 530pm-6pm
$15 drop-in

DIFFERENT,,, HOW??

How does HIIT Step differentiate to other HIIT classes?
The USP is the music, all the workout is engineered to the music. Also, as I have mentioned before, the workout has been developed by Gb 🇬🇧 Olympians.
What are the benefits to doing the class?
The main benefit is weight loss. The high intense workout is great at burning fat. The other benefits are improving your power, flexibility, endurance and it keeps heart health. Another benefit is how quick the class is, it’s only half an hour long so it doesn’t take much of your time up.

 

Three Weight Loss Tips for the Busy Women

 THREE TIPS TO WEIGHT LOSS Tips for the BUSY WOMEN

  1. Make your own food. Life is busy and often unpredictable, I totally understand that. I know it takes time to purchase and prep food, but in those times of busyness, maintaining healthy eating is often based on what is available. Remember the quote, “By failing to prepare, you prepare to fail.”  Whether it’s part of a week day, or a Saturday or Sunday, choose a time that fits in your week for you to pre-make a few healthy whole food items. It might include filling your oven with trays of chicken, fish filet, diced potatoes and vegetables. You have 2 racks in there……use them both at the same time!  Have a bucket of mixed greens, a cucumber, a few carrots and a loaf of bread on hand. Whether eating at home or packing to take to work, you can make about 8 healthy, wholesome meals out of this. 
  • Drink water over all else. We already know that water is vital to life. If you are not drinking enough water, what are you consuming in place of it? Coffee? Tea? Juice? Pop? Iced tea? Snapple or fruit punch? Wine? Try to aim for 75% of your intake of fluids to be water. I’m not saying don’t have your coffee or tea in the morning! I would personally never want to skip my coffee! However, it is very easy to consume high calorie beverages that have minimal nutritional value in place of water that will add on pounds. An easy way to insure that you start out on the right foot, put a bottle of water at your bedside. As soon as you sit up in the morning, drink 10-15 gulps. You now have started your day with hydrating your body. Continue throughout the day taking sips BEFORE you feel thirsty. Trust me, your body will thank you for that!

Move your body. So your little ones have you running around the house all day. AWESOME! Movement is movement, and it’s all good! Try adding little rounds of squats, push-ups, planks and lunges into all that running around.

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TIPS TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY OVER CHRISTMAS five

It’s Okay to Need Some Disconnect!

Healthy tip #5 is to just tap out! Sometimes it’s okay to say, “No” to an invitation. Not every event needs to be attended, especially if you are reaching your overstimulation limit. If you feel you can’t be absent from anything, then make sure you choose some time to disconnect and de-compress, however that looks like for you. Maybe you choose to shut off your phone and computer, take a walk under a star filled night, do a yoga class, soak in a hot lavender induced bubble bath with a book, or just lie down on the floor and breathe. Everyone has their personal limit, so listen to your body (including your mind) and learn what yours is!

So there you are! Five tips to help keep you and your family healthy over the Christmas holiday. On behalf of LiV Personal Training Studio and Nutrition By Shirley, we extend you and your loved ones a very safe, fun filled and Merry Christmas, and that the year ahead rings in with joy, love and lots of blessings!

TIPS TO KEEP YOU HEALTHY OVER CHRISTMAS four

Move, Move, Move!

Healthy tip #4 is to get up and MOVE! Just because it’s the holidays doesn’t mean we have to sit on our butts the whole time! Maybe plan a walk every morning, or a workout at the gym. Gather your family together and go cut down your Christmas tree. Go for a hike, have a bonfire out back, co-ordinate a dance challenge after dinner….or just pull out Twister and do some stepping, reaching and twisting. The holidays need to include more movement, so find a way to bring it in, and have fun with it!