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Fitness Testing

At your consultation, your trainer will put you through various fitness tests all designed to check your internal and external health before beginning on an exercise program. Peter recommend that you visit your GP to get the all clear before beginning an exercise program, especially so if you have not done any strenuous activity for a while

Corporate Services

Any companies who require personal training in their private gyms/offices, or group personal training, please get in touch. Programs can be put together for individual staff and trained one – to – one or group sessions can be done. Discounted rates will apply if multiple staff/sessions are required.

One on One Training Via Skype Sessions

The top 3 benefits of Personal Training live on SKYPE  are:

  1. Train in your own home, work place, hotel or any where in the world!
  2. You no longer need to take gaps in your training programme when you have to travel with work.
  3. Have multiple links at once and therefore split the cost of the Personal Training sessions with friends.

This now means instead of flicking through endless amounts of YouTube videos trying to find the right exercises for you, you can now have your own expert Personal Trainer where ever you are in the world just a click away. We will be coaching you through specific exercises tailored to your needs, along with the most effective exercise methods that will get you achieving your goals.

The Personal Trainer SKYPE Packages:

1. The Travel Package

If you find yourself travelling a lot with your work or you are unable to have one to one Personal Training sessions in your own home, this package is what you need. ALL the Personal Training sessions will be via SKYPE at the times that suit you best. All you need is SKYPE (Free Download from ) .

2.With Friends

Get in shape with your friends and save money at the same time by splitting the cost. With the use of SKYPE, multi-video streaming is possible and therefore more than one person can train at once.

GREAT TIP: To make the experience even better, why not connect your laptop/mac to the TV by using an RGB cable, Apple TV or another device.

A Tasty Menu for a 180-Pound Guy

Want some variety while sticking to a strict regime? Read on!
Variety is the spice of life, but dietary discipline is the key to anyone who is looking for real results. Check out some of these meals to see if they can help spruce up your dishes:


Cheesy Scrambled Eggs and Oats

¼ cup shredded cheddar cheese

3 eggs

4 egg whites

2 scallions, chopped

½ cup rolled oats with 1 small diced apple

1 tsp cinnamon


Creamy Blueberry Smoothie

1∕3 cup cottage cheese

1 scoop whey protein

1 cup unsweetened almond milk

1 cup blueberries

2 tbsp walnuts

2 tbsp flaxseed meal


Salmon Salad Sandwich

1 pouch salmon

1 slice red onion

1 slice tomato

2 tbsp canola mayonnaise

2 slices sprouted-grain bread


Skirt Steak and Sprouts

8 oz skirt steak rubbed with 1 tsp olive

oil and 3 tbsp cilantro, diced

10 Brussels sprouts, halved, tossed in balsamic vinegar, roasted



50 grams dextrose

25 grams whey protein

Meal 5

2∕3 cup quinoa cooked in 1 1∕2cup/p>

low-sodium chicken broth

3 boneless, skinless chicken thighs marinated in 3 tbsp low-sodium soy


3,100 calories, 232g protein, 243g carbs, 131g fat

10 Minute Meal: Salmon and Asparagus in Broth

Home-cooked meals don’t have to require a massive investment of time. This muscle-building recipe offers a tasty alternative to the drive-thru.

In all honesty, how fast is fast food? Maybe you can get a shriveled, fatty burger from some eateries in less than five minutes, but that’s only because it has been waiting for you under heat lamps for an hour. At more “upscale” fast-food places, where they cook to order, you’re looking at a minimum 10-minute wait, and at the end of that you’re still ingesting mystery meat and tons of hidden high-fructose corn syrup.

But what if you could make yourself a much more wholesome meal, one in which you could vouch for all the ingredients, in that same 10 minutes? No hidden carbs, no secret fats, plated and on the fork in as much time as it would normally take to hit the drive-thru?

Calories:  279 | Protein:  39g  |  Fat: 20g  |  Carbs: 9g
Servings:  1
2 cups chicken broth
1 cup chopped asparagus
6 oz. salmon


  • Skillet


  1. Pour broth into a high-sided skillet. Add asparagus and cook over medium heat until broth begins to boil. Add salmon and cook on one side until done, then flip and cook on remaining side.

Chopped Steak With Mushroom Sauce

Try this hearty recipe that will have your taste buds craving more.

I’ve never known a man who didn’t have an occasional craving for diner grub, no matter how dedicated he is to his physique. That’s where this chopped steak with mushroom sauce recipe comes in. It allows you to satisfy those greasy-spoon cravings without undermining your progress. The key to success with this recipe is not overmixing the beef, which creates a dry, unpalatable dish. Using quality ingredients and fresh herbs adds flavor, too. The mushroom sauce is made without cream, which helps keep the fat content down. For even less fat, use ground turkey. It’s not fancy, but it’s loaded with protein and, perhaps just as important, a ton of flavor. Enjoy!

Calories: 493 | Protein: 44g |  Fat: 31g | Carbs: 4g
Servings:  4
2 lbs lean ground beef, or turkey
1/4 cup onion, minced
2 tbsp garlic, minced
1 tsp salt
1 tbsp finely ground pepper
2 oz brandy
2 cups beef stock
2 cups mushrooms (cremini or button), quartered
1 tbsp fresh thyme, minced
1/2 tbsp fresh rosemary, minced
Generous pinch ground nutmeg
1 tbsp butter, at room temperature
3 crowns broccoli or vegetable of your choice


  • Large oven-safe saucepan


  1. Preheat oven to 400º.
  2. In a bowl, mix ground beef (or turkey), onions, garlic, salt, and pepper. Portion meat into 8–9 burger-size patties.
  3. Coat large saucepan with nonfat cooking spray; heat over medium-high. Add patties and cook on each side until browned, 3–4 minutes.
  4. For a medium-well dish, place pan in oven to finish for 4-5 minutes.
  5. Remove patties from pan and allow to rest. Then return pan to medium-high heat.
  6. Slowly add brandy and allow it to cook off. Then add stock, mushrooms, herbs, and nutmeg and cook for 3–4 minutes, allowing sauce to reduce.
  7. Remove pan from heat and whisk in butter to finish. Serve over chopped steak and steamed broccoli or a vegetable of your choice.

Oatmeal-Chocolate Chip Cookie Breakfast Bars


With Food Network’s Comfort Food Feast hosting a day of chocolate chip cookies in virtuous January, I racked my brain for a recipe that I could share with you that wouldn’t, you know, tempt you to eat chocolate chip cookies if you didn’t want to go there yet.

I remembered a recipe from Weelicious, a blog and book about cooking for kids and families. That seemed an unexpected choice for a quarter-life cook, but stay with me. I love kid food. The recipe I remembered is for breakfast bars, not-too-sweet rectangles of baked oatmeal punctuated by fruit and nuts.

To make my bars suitable for the adult palates around here, I made a couple of changes. Alex is a guy who believes in breakfast dessert, which usually takes the form of a small handful of chocolate chips. So chocolate chips replaced the fruit. The original recipe calls for applesauce, which isn’t something I usually have around. Out went applesauce, in went peanut butter (banned, I hear, in schools).

Last, I used pecans, whose rich, sweet flavor enhanced the chocolatey nature of these cookie-bars which function as a real, healthful, portable breakfast. In fact, I’m even more likely to eat these as snacks than breakfast, and I sometimes wrap them in plastic and stock in my purse, just in case hunger strikes.

Here are the other awesome chocolate chip cookies other bloggers have made for Food Network’s Comfort Food Feast. Yum!


Oatmeal Chocolate Chip Breakfast Bars
Makes 16 bars or 32 squares
Adapted from Weelicious

These are not too sweet at all – more like a bowl of oatmeal than a cookie. In my book, that’s ideal for breakfast and snacking. If you’d like them sweeter, add an extra tablespoon or two of brown sugar, and/or use milk chocolate chips instead of the semisweet. Also, if your peanut butter is very smooth or at room temperature, you probably won’t need the electric mixer – just stir everything together. Since my peanut butter was cold and stiff, it was helpful to have the mixer to incorporate into the other ingredients. These keep well in the fridge for 5 days.

2 cup oats
1 cup whole wheat flour
1/4 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 cup peanut butter
3 tablespoons brown sugar
1/4 cup neutral oil
1 egg
1 1/2 cup milk or almond milk
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup semisweet chocolate chunks or chips
3/4 cup pecans or walnuts, coarsely chopped

Preheat the oven to 190°C (375°F) . Grease two 4 1/2 by 8 1/2-inch loaf pans.

Combine the dry ingredients in a small bowl. Beat together the peanut butter, sugar, and oil with an electric mixer until smooth. Beat in the egg. Then, whisk in the milk by hand – carefully, so you don’t splatter. Stir in the vanilla.

Pour the dry ingredients into the wet and fold to combine. Stir in chocolate and 1/2 cup nuts and pour the batter into the two prepared pans. Sprinkle evenly with the remaining pecans.

Bake the bars for 25 to 30 minutes, until golden. Using an offset spatula, loosen the bars from the pan and turn onto a rack to cool completely. When cool, cut each pan into 8 bars. If you want smaller servings, cut each bar in half. Store in the fridge.