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Helping everyBODY acheive their goals. fitness company offering 1-1 sessions, goal specific training plans and healthy nutrition advice.
welcome to FORMA FITNESS GB, THE fitness company for everyBODY. whether your looking to lift weight or shift weight Forma Fitness GB can help. we offer a variety of 1 to 1 session blocks as well as nutrition advice. contact us to find out more.
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Progression is easy, as a culture we are constantly moving forward. So why is self progression so difficult? The only thing standing in the way is you.
Too many people fear change, when really we should be striving for it. Any of you that want to make a change in your life get in contact with me and let's see how we can get there
Squash fitness group. Me and my client Mike Harris (world #126 )are planning to put together a Ten week squash fitness program. This will involve one group session/ week which will include, 20 minutes of circuits and 20 minutes of movement drills. Interested? We have 10 spaces available for our first program... Pm me for more details.
How to achieve your goals: 1. Decide exactly what you want to achieve, and in what time frame (to learn about setting smart goals drop me a pm) 2. Draw up a step by step plan on how you will reach that goal. Include time spent on each task. Knowing this will allow you to structure your day around these tasks. 3. Take ten minutes a night to think about three things: What do you really want. What is stopping you achieve it. Is it time to change. (for more on this pm me) 4. Understand where you are and what works for you. For instance, do you already have a good base or do you need to develop it. Does working in the same way as everyone else help develop you equally? Do you want to be the same as everyone else? 5. Stay committed, time goes by, choose to use it wisely.
Just signed up for a sports nutrition certificate. Its going to be awesome.
Nice light session for Mike Harris today. Good luck in PSL tomorrow.
Good morning Simon, hope you feel ready for your workout
Good morning all. Hope you have a fantastic day. Anyone looking for something to fill their lunch break I have a spinning class at 12.10 @ welshback squash and health club. 40 minutes of high intensity cycling. Lots of sprints today as ever
Nice little circuit for anyone bored next week. 10 rounds of 10 deadlifts - 20 press ups as quick as possible. Hope you guys enjoy it. Any questions, feedback or results would be appreciated.
Have any of you hit a plateau recently? Want to learn more about training techniques that will help you to overcome this? PM me and I will try and put a video together by the end of the week covering the most frequently asked questions.
Big shoulder workout today. Combining lots of rep ranges, tempos and intensity elevating techniques... want to learn more about the exercises and techniques I use to exhaust my shoulders, PM me or comment with any questions.
Hey guys, have any of you been thinking about starting a new diet? Want to know more about the science behind it? PM me for information...
ps. sorry i have been away. family comes first, but I have missed this. Hope all of you have been training hard.
Congratulations to Dan Collings who in just under 9 weeks has lost 10kg, (over 7 kg of b.fat) with no significant loss of muscle mass. You are not human sir 😉
Who agrees that competition should be taken out of schools?
Achieving motivation. There are to main types of motivational climate. Need to achieve(NAch), where we set out to achieve the most positive result possible, and need to avoid failure(NaF). In the latter we take part in an endeavor with the sole intention of avoiding embarrassment/ mistakes. Both motivational climates drive us, however when an obstacle seems too big, our response to that obstacle will vary drastically dependent on our environment. If our environment creates a NAch motivation, we will tackle that obstacle, giving everything we have in order to overcome it. We show approach behavior to every challenge we face, and with the right feedback we see positives in failure (ie, performance improvements, good attitude, identify our strengths etc). If however the motivational climate stimulates a NaF, when an obstacle appears too challenging we reduce our effort, to limit shame experienced after failure. We excuse our lack of success with our lack of effort, we avoid challenges and we never achieve our potential. In our regular lives there is too much opportunity for ridicule, how many times have you pulled out of something you really wanted to do to avoid being judged by those around you. In the gym, you learn that if you do not push yourself to your limits you will not achieve your goals, failure is expected of you and you begin to embrace it. As you begin to see progress in the gym you start to expect more from yourself outside of it. your confidence grows, and you care less about external validation. You challenge yourself, pushing yourself to do the things you want to do, not the things you feel are expected of you. It's still 2014, those of you who are worried you have missed your chance to change your life this year, remember there are 11 months left... Challenge yourselves.
So, those of you who like the page either know me, know of me, or have been interested in something I have said, this post is to tell you a little more about me. I have been involved in the fitness industry for 9 years, in that time I have attended college and university, coming out of three years intensive study at the university with a 2.1 in sport and exercise science, i have completed courses in gym instruction, circuit instruction, indoor cycling, nutrition and personal training and am now awaiting feedback on my strength and conditioning level 3 qualification. I have played basketball to a relatively high standard and been involved in all sorts of sporting disciplines. Now my sole interest is helping people to achieve their goals... the reasons for which I am posting this relate primarily to getting some feedback from you guys about the following topics: 1. What is it you guys are most interested in reading about? (This could relate to fitness, lifestyle, nutrition or psychology.) 2. What is your impression of personal training/trainers? 3. How would you like to train? what sort of environment, equipment or music if any would you have in your ideal gym environment?? It would be great to hear from you guys, and if you do have any questions at all please get in touch. I got into this industry to help people ;)