After lounging too much during lockdown, Fraser joined Improve to lose fat and get fit. …
When we first spoke, Lee was unhappy with the direction his life was heading.
He was approaching his mid-40’s and after losing his dad far too early to ill-health, he wanted to turn his life around to ensure he didn’t meet a similar fate.
In little over a year, he’s transitioned from fearing a heart-attack and being intimidated by gyms to becoming on of our most consistent performers.
In just 12 months, our Victoria has lost 20kg, run multiple 10k’s, and walked the West Highland Way.
She’s walked the walk (literally), now she’s here to talk the talk.
Below, Victoria shares the lessons from her journey thus far.
Every new fad promises results in 6 weeks, and uses completely unsustainable ‘all or nothing’ methods to get you there.
At Improve, our approach is uniquely designed to fit around the lives of busy professionals.
We believe you don’t have to go to extremes for the body of your dreams.
Check out our latest article for sensible and sustainable nutrition advice.
Be a hare, not a tortoise.
Advice spouted by most coaches is that slow and steady wins the weight loss race. That, however, isn’t true.
Hungry, peckish, famished, Hank Marvin – you know the feeling, right?
But what does that deep belly growl of yours want? Do you have to listen to it? And, most importantly, how do you control it?
These are the questions we’ll answer today
January is the month where the whole world has a look at their fitness and decides to make a change.
For many, they are fresh off a few weeks of festive feasting and it is now time to get back to normality.
‘New year, new me’ is a statement often ridiculed within fitness circles.
Over the course of a month, we speak to a lot of people every month…