Perfect Fit Personal Training

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Interval Training Burns More Fat, Increases Fitness, Study Finds

Check out this study on how to lose weight more effectively:

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/06/070627140103.htm

 

Here’s another one on doing LESS cardio for the SAME results! Sounds good…

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2010/03/100311123639.htm

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How can I avoid Halloween weight gain without missing out on the fun?

Check out this informative and quick article from the American Council on Exercise:

 

How can I avoid Halloween weight gain without missing out on the fun?.

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Better Ways to Eat Healthy

´╗┐´╗┐Check out this article from Fitness Magazine.

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Two for One Training!

Have you been wishing you could try out personal training with Perfect Fit Personal Training, but weren’t sure?

Here is the perfect opportunity for you to try it out…twice and pay once!

This week’s Perfect Fit Personal Training promotion is buy one, get one free.

Pay for one personal training session and get another one at no cost.

Call or email now to find out more or to book your two for one session with Perfect Fit Personal training.

604-318-6534

nicole@perfectfit.ws

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Improve Your Golf Game

Improve your swing, your stance, your posture…all by working out with a professional personal trainer.

Perfect Fit Personal Training in North Vancouver, BC can help you achieve a better golf game by getting you fit and strong from head to toe.

Perfect Fit Personal Training is experienced in getting people of all shapes and sizes in the best shape of their lives, golfers included.

Check out our article in Alive magazine on getting Golf Ready.

Hiring a personal trainer to get golf ready is a great decision, so don’t wait, email us now at nicole@perfectfit.ws


to set up a free consultation.

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Crazy Core on This Guy!

 

Check out this video of a performer with an amazing core. Some of these moves defy gravity!

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Not Just for New Years…make some resolutions!

Check out my article in Impact magazine on starting a 30 Day Challenge for yourself.

http://www.impactmagazine.ca/fitness/articles/in-just-30-days.html

 

Can you think of any other health and fitness challenges you could try?

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Can Fit Pro Vancouver

I am so excited!

I just signed up for two days at Can Fit Pro, destined to be a wealth of knowledge.

Looking forward to sharing all that I learn with my great clients and fitness participants!

http://www.canfitpro.net/conferences/conferences-home.html

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Is There a Magic Bullet?

I was just chatting with some friends the other day about how annoyed I am by people who jump on the bandwagon everytime some “magic bullet” fruit/grain/berry comes around.

There’s blueberries, acai, goji berries, flax…what’s next?

Yes these things are healthy, no one is doubting that, but eating one thing excessively is not going to make you immortal!

Check out this article in the Globe and Mail which ironically discusses this exact subject:

http://www.theglobeandmail.com/life/health/superfruit-no-magic-bullet/article1750235/

What do you think about there being a super food or magic bullet?

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Feeling Fit or Fat?

After indulging in one or more Thanksgiving dinners over the weekend, you may be feeling less than fit.

Did you indulge in more than just a normal serving of buttery mashed pototates, gravy, and stuffing? What about crusty pumpkin pie or other baked goods?

It’s terrific to enjoy good foods and it’s even better to enjoy the flavours of the season, but if you’re feeling heavy and lethargic after your thanksgiving feast, you may have enjoyed it a little too much.

Extra food, be it carbs, fat or protein, will be stored in you body as fat. If you eat more than your body needs, it’s more than happy to hang on to it for the next time you do a serious bout of exercise.

Not planning a marathon any time soon?

Next time you’re faced with a bevy of food options, do enjoy, but take only a tablespoon of each thing and enjoy without going overboard.

Your body will thank you for it later.

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