Lee Kiley - Leethal Personal Training

at 140 BATH STREET , Glasgow, G2 3ER United Kingdom

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Lee Kiley - Leethal Personal Training
140 BATH STREET
Glasgow G2 3ER
United Kingdom
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P: 07528070636
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Leethal Personal Training is a first class training service provided by Physique Elite Trainer Lee Kiley... specialising in transformation! using DTP and Y3T protocols Lee promises to get the best out of you given you give him 100% commitment. don't let today be the day you wished you started 12 weeks from now!!

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Big shout out to Ruth Maxwell! We've managed to reach the 3000kcal mark staying the exact same weight yet dropping 2 dress sizes yet having to bin jeans because they're to tight in the ass and quad 😂💪 She's training less eating more and doing no more than 1.5hrs of cardio a week! Don't listen to the bro science bullshitters! #TeamLeethal

Published on 2014-08-10 14:45:49 GMT

What Do Carbohydrates Have to Do With Blood Glucose? Everything!!! All foods with carbohydrate -- whether it's rice, jelly beans, or watermelon all break down to simple sugars in our bodies. This is what causes our blood glucose to rise. The carbohydrate in most starchy foods (potatoes, bread) is simply a collection of long chains of glucose, which break down quickly and raise blood sugar. What Do Our Bodies Do When Blood Sugar is High? When our blood sugar rises, our body responds by secreting insulin to stabilize it. The sugar is then taken out of the blood and converted into fat; insulin's primary function is facilitating the storage of extra sugar in the blood as fat. For many people, this system works fine. Sometimes, though, people reach a point in their lives when it stagnates (or it doesn't work well from childhood). This is called insulin resistance, and one of the consequences is that there's too much insulin in the blood as the body tries harder and harder to bring the sugar down. When insulin is high, weight gain is more likely, since a main function of insulin is fat storage. You can utilise insulin for muscle growth, also when promoting an insulin spike post work out, people with high insulin are more likely to lose weight on lower carb nutrition plans. Keeping blood glucose normal has other health benefits, such as the prevention of heart disease and diabetes. Even non-diabetics have an increased heart disease risk with higher blood glucose levels. Although (as said earlier) if you can manipulate your insulin to spike directly after a work out this can aid in muscle growth! Insulin is the most anabolic hormone in the body and can be manipulated through diet!!!! Training and nutrition go hand in hand..... Great training+shit diet = shit results! great training+great diet= amazing results

Published on 2014-08-05 19:05:28 GMT

Can all on line clients please check in before 6pm today please thank you 💪

Published on 2014-08-03 11:23:54 GMT

Low carb, low fat diets? I see a lot of people smashing these low carb/low fat diets with the aim of losing body fat!? Answer me this if the body isn't receiving any fat or carbs do you think it is going to release any fat to be burned as energy or turn carbs in to glycogen easily? Hell no it won't!!!! And what happens when you go back to eating these "restricted" foods? *BOOM* Body fat over shooting! - another topic all together 🙈 Now don't get me wrong here, low carb diets have a place for improving insulin resistance, but carbs should always be reintroduced to allow cells to maintain there absorption skills. We've lived on them far to long! Good fats ie omega 3's mono & poly, allow water gases and some fat soluble molecules (glucose/amino acids)to pass the blood-brain barrier - crucial for neural function (make you think better). Carbs and fats are brilliant tools for increasing your metabolic capacity along with lifting weights and incorporating HIIT in to your training schedule. Now I know this sound all clever and shit but basically all I'm saying is - never exclude foods from your diet forever, always have the option to bring them back in whilst maintaining optimal results! Consider different dieting skills such as Carb cycling Fat cycling Carb back loading Carb front loading IIFYM Just a few there's millions to choose from!!! Find what works for you and make that shit fit your life style ;) #realtalk #noBRO

Published on 2014-07-26 14:19:39 GMT

Low carb, low fat diets? I see a lot of people smashing these low carb/low fat diets with the aim of losing body fat!? Answer me this if the body isn't receiving any fat or carbs do you think it is going to release any fat to be burned as energy or turn carbs in to glycogen easily? Hell no it won't!!!! And what happens when you go back to eating these "restricted" foods? *BOOM* Body fat over shooting! - another topic all together 🙈 Now don't get me wrong here, low carb diets have a place for improving insulin resistance, but carbs should always be reintroduced to allow cells to maintain there absorption skills. We've lived on them far to long! Good fats ie omega 3's mono & poly, allow water gases and some fat soluble molecules (glucose/amino acids)to pass the blood-brain barrier - crucial for neural function (make you think better). Carbs and fats are brilliant tools for increasing your metabolic capacity along with lifting weights and incorporating HIIT in to your training schedule. Now I know this sound all clever and shit but basically all I'm saying is - never exclude foods from your diet forever, always have the option to bring them back in whilst maintaining optimal results! Consider different dieting skills such as Carb cycling Fat cycling Carb back loading Carb front loading IIFYM Flexible Just a few there's millions to choose from!!! Find what works for you and make that shit fit your life style ;) #realtalk #noBRO

Published on 2014-07-20 19:25:57 GMT

Nutrition and diet When it comes to nutrition every man and his dog has an opinion...... My take on it is - if it works for you why change it? There's no perfect, set diet for everyone to stick to, everyone is different and will react differently to all foods. For instance, an ectomorph is more likely to be able to eat more carbs than an endomorph! (Insulin resistance) What I tell all my clients is to find what works and make it fit your lifestyle, unless your a competing athlete there's no need to eat 4, 5 or 6 times a day 3 is plenty! Obviously I give my clients a guide to stick to and educate them in what foods to choose and when. I also believe there is no such thing as bad food, do you really think 1 burger is going to make you fat? If you do, your a moron!........too much of any food is going to make fat, obviously it's easier to get fat on a diet of burgers and chips than it would be on fruit and veg! Food should never be categorised as good or bad - food is food, just choose wisely. The occasional "cheat" is allowed don't exclude any food, include "cheats" as part of a structured yet flexible plan! ENJOY LIFE AND TRAINING TOGETHER! Don't be a hermit - no one likes a hermit!

Published on 2014-07-18 19:08:13 GMT

Some big news coming soon guys! Exciting times ahead

Published on 2014-07-16 19:58:21 GMT

6 foods to help burn belly fat •Cinnamon - assist and stabilise blood sugar (great in coffee) •Cayenne pepper - increases thermogenesis in the body increasing metabolism. •Leafy greens - high in chlorophyll, which aids detoxing. •Apple cider vinegar - contains acidic acid which helps breakdown existing body fat, can also remove fat from the body before it is stored! •Whey - stimulates chemicals in your digestive system, suppress' hunger and promotes a feeling of fullness •Salmon - high in omega 3 which improve insulin response These foods can be eaten on a daily basis and should be looked at if your serious about your fitness goals