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  • REACHING YOUR GOALS

    Reaching your goals

    The picture attached is Everybody's Gym Trainer Adam at the summit of Snowdon (wearing the Everybody's gym merch, of course). Adam climbed Snowdon with Everybody's gym member Kate and they choose to go the second hardest route. After walking up into the clouds things got tougher.....the terrain was hard to navigate and the ridges harder to climb. The fog was thick and the visibility very poor. A few people started to turn back but the guys were determined to reach their goal of getting to the summit of Snowdon. After some grit and determination they finally made it!

    We can apply this to our training too. When its gets tough you have to believe in the process and the end goal! The steps taken to get there may be difficult and there is no magic pill, but there are tried and tested programs to get you to your goal.

    At Everybody's we offer a FREE Programme every 18 visits to catch up with you and move your training on to the next phase.

    We also have more choice than ever with our extras:

    Buddy Training

    Personal Training

    Boxfit Academy

    HIIT Wake Up and Workout

    Nutrition Plans

    Body Fat Analysis

    MYZONE

    If you feel stuck just come and ask :)

    Everybody's Gym Team

    01775768500

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  • Tips on How to Start Doing Pull-Ups

    If there is one question we get asked the most as instructors its - "How do i do a pull up"

    Before we get into exercises to progress into a pull-up, let’s chat about some general strategies:

    #1) This should hopefully be obvious, but the more you weigh, the more you have to lift in order to complete a pull-up.

    If you’re truly serious about completing a pull-up, start by getting your diet under control.

    #2) MAKE YOUR “PULL” EXERCISES A PRIORITY. A lot of people do every other exercise before doing any back-related exercises, if they do any at all.

    After warming up properly, your first exercise should always be the stuff that you want to work on the most – in this case it’ll be your back muscles.

    Until you get your first pull-up done, focus on the back exercises detailed in the levels and workouts below.

    #3) The progression below is a path that works for most people, but does NOT need to be followed to a T.

    I give sample sets and reps and when to move up, but if you feel like you can progress sooner or want to try doing full pull-ups sooner than I recommend, that’s OKAY.

    This is the slower progression method, where some people will want to do fewer reps and progress to the next levels sooner – that’s okay.

    What exercises compliment the pull up

    Level 1 Pull-up Workout: Bent Over Dumbbell Rows

    Level 2Pull-Up Workout: Inverted Bodyweight Rows

    Level 3 Pull-Up Workout: Assisted Pull-Ups

    Level 4 Pull-Up Workout: Negative Pull-Ups

    Level 5 – Doing Your First Pull-up or Chin-up

    Time to get started - book in with one of the team now.

  • 5 reasons to use personal training

    The picture attached to this blog is personal trainer Adam. He has been following a seasonal training approach for the last 6 months and the results have been great. He has lost weight, increased muscle and still has the fitness to run a half marathon. More about his progress in a later blog.

    At Everybody's gym we have a free

    Programme system which can be updated

    every 18 visits.... We also have Buddy

    training and personal training. Below are a

    few reasons why having a personal trainer

    could help YOU!

    1. OVERCOME PLATEAUS

    When you hit a plateau in your exercise routine, it can be hard to push through and stay motivated. A personal trainer can help you understand why you hit a plateau and find ways for you to work through it and see more results.

    2. SPORT SPECIFIC

    If you play a sport, run races or are looking to start. A personal trainer can get you on the tight track and give you the best chance to succeed.

    3. FASTER AND BETTER RESULTS

    Having a personal trainer to guide you through your fitness routine will help make sure you are spending time on the proper types of exercise. If you only have a limited amount of time to work out, a personal trainer will make sure you get the best results possible for the amount of time that you put it.

    4. PROPER FAT LOSS AND MUSCLE GAIN

    Most people have multiple goals when working out, the most common being fat loss and muscle gain. It’s often hard to find the right balance between these two, and a personal trainer can help you find the right exercises to achieve all of your goals.

    5. REDUCED CHANCE OF INJURY

    A personal trainer will teach you the proper form and technique to use during your workout so you can stay safe and injury-free.

    For tips and help ask at the desk or call 01775 768500

  • 6 Benefits of Morning Exercise

    A morning workout is a fantastic way to start your day – for multiple reasons. Getting your recommended 30 mins of recommend exercise each day can be difficult for many people. Between juggling family priorities and working your nine to five, you can always find an excuse to skip the gym. However, making it a habit to exercise right after you get up in the morning might just be the ultimate solution to keep yourself motivated.
    We know that it’s tempting to snooze for as long as possible instead of getting up to hit the gym before work. But if you can make it a habit to get your daily exercise in before you get to the office, you’ll feel more accomplished, confident, and enjoy many health benefits.

    Check out six amazing benefits of morning exercise below:

    Established routine. Working out first thing in the morning is an excellent way to establish a routine. Once an exercise routine is established, you’ll be a lot less likely to skip the gym. After two months of morning workouts, you’ll be a pro!

    More energy. Morning workouts are one of the best ways to feel energized and prepared for your day. In fact, a morning workout might even give you more energy than a cup of coffee! You’ll receive an instant energy boost and increased mental clarity that will lead to a productive day.

    Better mood. Expect to feel happier after a morning workout. Breaking an early morning sweat will reward you with a rush of endorphins, serotonin, and dopamine – feel-good chemicals that will boost your mood and help zap stress. Plus, you’re guaranteed to feel happier knowing that you started your day with doing something amazing for yourself and your health.

    Improved sleep. Exercise, in general, is known to promote better sleep. However, exercising in the evening can make it harder to fall asleep at night (as it boosts your endorphins). One study found that participants who exercised at 7 a.m. experienced deeper, long sleep than those who exercised in the afternoon or evening. Morning workouts are the best way to reap all of the sleep benefits of exercise.

    Lower blood pressure. Regular exercise is fantastic for helping to prevent hypertension. As it turns out, exercising in the morning might be even better! The same study mentioned previously also found that early morning exercise is best for reducing blood pressure. Researchers found that those who worked out in the morning reduced their blood pressure by 10%, and this reduction of blood pressure carried through the remainder of the day.

    Less stress. Doesn’t it sound lovely to walk into your office free from any built-up stress and tension? Breaking a sweat before work will lower your body’s cortisol levels (stress hormones). Exercise will also help relieve tension and relax your muscles, which helps to fight the negative effects that stress has on your body.

    If you have read this far and want to take part in something diffrent...come along to our HIIT workout ckass on Saturdays at 7am.

    Or

    Join on our £5 offer! Just £5 for the whole of July - follow the link

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  • Is It OK to Exercise If You're Sore?

    If you exercise regularly, you're no stranger to discomfort. It might be the burn you feel as lactic acid builds up in your muscle or the soreness that follows in the days after.

    Delayed onset muscle soreness, or DOMS, is common, particularly for those who are new to working out or are returning to the gym after a long absence. The pain and discomfort level can become so high that it can discourage you from exercising.

    Even though it hurts, you shouldn't skip a gym session.

    DOMS arises from difficult workouts that cause micro-tears in the muscle. It's the tears that cause the feeling of soreness. Don't be alarmed; while it sounds like intentionally tearing your muscles would be a bad thing, these micro-tears cause the muscle to grow and become stronger.

    These tears do need time to heal. Because your muscles need time to recuperate and grow, you should give sore muscles 1 to 2 days of rest before exercising them hard again. So, if your chest and triceps are really sore from an exercise routine, you need to take some time off and let them rest before doing another chest and triceps workout.

    That doesn't mean you can't exercise. Many workout programs are designed with this mind, and give muscles ample time to recover before working them out again. Classic weightlifting programs such as the push/pull workouts, or the legs/chest/back workouts, allow for 1 to 2 days between sessions for muscle recovery.

    The upshot? You can work out if you're sore. Don't exercise the same muscle groups that are hurting. Do legs one day and exercise your upper body the next. By doing so, you'll still be able to get exercise and allow your lower body to recover and rebuild.

    If you aren't following a pre-planned routine (why not), just make sure that you're giving your muscles ample time to recover. For example, don't do a bunch of squats one day and a tough lunge workout the next. Break those workouts up by another day or so and you'll see improved results.

    Remember, you get the results you want when you allow your body to rest. When your body is taking a nap, hanging with your friends or lounging, your body is rebuilding. If you keep doing chest exercises every day, you're going to create imbalances, and possibly injure yourself.

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  • Using a workout schedule can be the deciding factor in your weight loss success formula. While any physical exercise is certainly better than none at all, seeing results greatly depends on consistency, frequency and efficiency.

    Consistency

    Life happens in sometimes very unpredictable ways, but we always make it to work or to doctor appointments. Unless you schedule your workouts in the same way you might fall off the exercise wagon rather sooner than later due to simply "being busy."

    Reaching your weight loss goals requires consistent effort. A random walk around the block may temporarily relieve your guilty conscience, but it certainly won't melt that stubborn belly fat. Choose specific days and times for your physical activity and stick to them. Before you know it you will be celebrating the mile stones of your gradual progress.

    Frequency

    Although it is important to fit your workout schedule around your other obligations, you can hardly expect to get a six-pack from doing ten crunches once a week. If you are serious about slimming down, or toning up, you have to be realistic and put in enough effort to make it happen. Working out less than three times a week might help with weight maintenance, but in order to keep your metabolism in over-drive you have to commit to working out on at least four to six days a week.

    Efficiency

    Science has come a long way, even in the fields of exercise and weight loss. Instead of wasting your time with boring workouts that fail to produce the desired results, you can now take advantage of proven formulas. The fitness master minds behind sculpting the hot bodies in Hollywood have figured out that it is possible to achieve dramatic results in a short time period without plastic surgery. They had their clients tweak their workout frequency, intensity and nutrition to reach their optimal results.

    While the basic equation of weight loss equals reduced calories consumed minus calories burned still applies, the perfect timing, intensity and frequency of your workout can dramatically speed up your results. But not to worry, you don't have to figure these factors out for yourself. There are plenty of effective workout programs available that take the guess work out of successful training. The much acclaimed P90X and Insanity workout programs by Beachbody? are excellent examples of programs to help you reach your goals.

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  • Benefits of HIIT Training

    Benefits of HIIT Training: 8 Reasons HIIT Workouts are So Effective

    Time is one of our most precious resources and we never seem to have enough of it. Some days, it might be easy to skip a workout because you feel that you might not have enough time to make it worthwhile. But you don’t need to spend hours in the gym to see results—you simply need to make sure that the time you do spend exercising is as efficient and effective as possible.

    Here are eight reasons why you can spend less time exercising with high-intensity interval training (HIIT) and still get great results:

    1. Anaerobic interval training uses the body’s reserves of energy and, after a workout, metabolism stays elevated and continues to burn calories for hours after the workout. This is due to something called the excess post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC) effect. With HIIT, you not only burn a lot of calories during the workout, but because of the high intensity you will continue to burn calories as your body replaces energy and repairs muscle proteins damaged during exercise.

    2. Not only does your body metabolize fat for fuel during the workout, during the post-exercise recovery period after HIIT exercise the body will tap into fat stores for the energy required to restore it to its normal resting state.

    3. Your body burns calories at a rate of 5 calories per liter of oxygen consumed. In general, using exercise to increase the oxygen demands on your body will increase total caloric expenditure both during and after the workout. Short intervals of extremely high-intensity exercise involving a lot of muscle mass require a tremendous amount of oxygen, during both the work interval and the recovery periods.

    4. HIIT produces a significant amount of metabolic waste, including hydrogen ions and lactic acid. The major reason for an active recovery interval is to remove these waste products to allow the involved muscles to perform the next high-intensity bout. As a result, HIIT workouts train your body to tolerate and quickly recover from periods of high-intensity exercise.

    5. HIIT can promote a number of physiological benefits, such as increased mitochondrial density, improved stroke volume, improved oxidative capacity of muscle and enhanced aerobic efficiency, which was previously thought to occur only as a result of long, slow distance (LSD) training protocols.

    6. HIIT places a significant amount of metabolic stress on muscle tissue. As part of the repair process, the body will produce elevated levels of human growth hormone, testosterone and insulin-like growth factor-1 to repair damaged muscle proteins, which lead to increases in muscle volume and definition.

    7. Many health clubs and workout studios are applying this science to develop group fitness programs that feature HIIT workouts in formats that are 30 minutes or less. These formats enable you to do more work and receive numerous health benefits in less time.

    8. Exercise intensity can be measured with a scale of perceived exertion, where 1 is low intensity and 10 is the highest intensity you can tolerate. For the greatest benefits, HIIT should be performed at an eight or higher for periods lasting 30 seconds or less (or to the point of breathlessness). Recovery intervals should be as long or slightly longer than the work interval (or until breathing is quick, but under control). An effective workout should have a five- to seven-minute warm-up period to elevate heart rate, a minimum of five high-intensity work intervals and a four- to six-minute cool-down period to help start the recovery process.

    One of the most common misperceptions about exercise that it is necessary to spend hours busting your butt and sweating buckets to obtain benefits like weight loss, muscle growth and improved overall health and well-being. Instead of working longer, work smarter by using short intervals of extremely high-intensity exercise. HIIT is extremely effective, but it can place a tremendous amount of stress on the body. Therefore, it should only be performed two to three times a week with at least 48 hours between exercise sessions to allow a full replenishment of energy stores and to repair of involved muscle tissue. It is still possible to exercise the day after a HIIT session, but it should be a low- to moderate-intensity activity and use different muscle groups or movement patterns than those used in the high-intensity workout.

    For individuals with a training goal related to increasing aerobic endurance, such as competing in a 10K, marathon or triathlon, it is still important and necessary to do high-volume LSD training. For individuals training for an endurance event, using a HIIT protocol can help to maintain your training efforts on those days when time is short and the temptation to skip a workout is at its peak.

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  • Eating the Right Foods for Exercise

    Eating a well-balanced diet can help you get the calories and nutrients you need to fuel your daily activities, including regular exercise.

    When it comes to eating foods to fuel your exercise performance, it’s not as simple as choosing vegetables over doughnuts. You need to eat the right types of food at the right times of the day.

    Learn about the importance of healthy breakfasts, workout snacks, and meal plans.

    Protein is needed to help keep your body growing, maintained, and repaired. For example, the University of Rochester Medical Center reports that red blood cells die after about 120 days.

    Protein is also essential for building and repairing muscles, helping you enjoy the benefits of your workout. It can be a source of energy when carbohydrates are in short supply, but it’s not a major source of fuel during exercise.

    Adults need to eat about 0.8 grams of protein per day for every kilogram of their body weight, reports Harvard Health Blog. That’s equal to about 0.36 grams of protein for every pound of body weight. Exercisers and older adults may need even more.

    Protein can come from:

    • poultry, such as chicken and turkey
    • red meat, such as beef and lamb
    • fish, such as salmon and tuna
    • dairy, such as milk and yogurt
    • legumes, such as beans and lentils
    • eggs

    For the healthiest options, choose lean proteins that are low in saturated and trans fats. Limit the amount of red meat and processed meats that you eat.

    Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of natural fiber, vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that your body needs to function properly. They’re also low in calories and fat.

    Aim to fill half your plate with fruits and veggies at every meal, recommends the United States Department of Agriculture.

    Try to “eat the rainbow” by choosing fruits and veggies of different colors. This will help you enjoy the full range of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that the produce aisle has to offer.

    Every time you go to the grocery store, consider choosing a new fruit or vegetable to try. For snacks, keep dried fruits in your workout bag and raw veggies in the fridge.

    Unsaturated fats may help reduce inflammation and provide calories.

    While fat is a primary fuel for aerobic exercise, we have plenty stored in the body to fuel even the longest workouts. However, getting healthy unsaturated fats helps to provide essential fatty acids and calories to keep you moving.

    Healthy options include:

    • nuts
    • seeds
    • avocados
    • olives
    • oils, such as olive oil

    When it comes to fueling up before or after a workout, it’s important to achieve the right balance of carbs and protein. Pre-workout snacks that combine carbohydrates with protein can make you feel more energized than junk foods made from simple sugars and lots of fat.

    Consider stocking your workout bag and refrigerator with some of these simple snacks.

    If you need

    any help or any advice ask one of the team today. Snacks and supplements available at reception and the gym shop.

  • Eating the Right Foods for Exercise

    Eating a well-balanced diet can help you get the calories and nutrients you need to fuel your daily activities, including regular exercise.

    When it comes to eating foods to fuel your exercise performance, it’s not as simple as choosing vegetables over doughnuts. You need to eat the right types of food at the right times of the day.

    Learn about the importance of healthy breakfasts, workout snacks, and meal plans.

    Protein is needed to help keep your body growing, maintained, and repaired. For example, the University of Rochester Medical Center reports that red blood cells die after about 120 days.

    Protein is also essential for building and repairing muscles, helping you enjoy the benefits of your workout. It can be a source of energy when carbohydrates are in short supply, but it’s not a major source of fuel during exercise.

    Adults need to eat about 0.8 grams of protein per day for every kilogram of their body weight, reports Harvard Health Blog. That’s equal to about 0.36 grams of protein for every pound of body weight. Exercisers and older adults may need even more.

    Protein can come from:

    • poultry, such as chicken and turkey
    • red meat, such as beef and lamb
    • fish, such as salmon and tuna
    • dairy, such as milk and yogurt
    • legumes, such as beans and lentils
    • eggs

    For the healthiest options, choose lean proteins that are low in saturated and trans fats. Limit the amount of red meat and processed meats that you eat.

    Fruits and vegetables are rich sources of natural fiber, vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that your body needs to function properly. They’re also low in calories and fat.

    Aim to fill half your plate with fruits and veggies at every meal, recommends the United States Department of Agriculture.

    Try to “eat the rainbow” by choosing fruits and veggies of different colors. This will help you enjoy the full range of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that the produce aisle has to offer.

    Every time you go to the grocery store, consider choosing a new fruit or vegetable to try. For snacks, keep dried fruits in your workout bag and raw veggies in the fridge.

    Unsaturated fats may help reduce inflammation and provide calories.

    While fat is a primary fuel for aerobic exercise, we have plenty stored in the body to fuel even the longest workouts. However, getting healthy unsaturated fats helps to provide essential fatty acids and calories to keep you moving.

    Healthy options include:

    • nuts
    • seeds
    • avocados
    • olives
    • oils, such as olive oil

    When it comes to fueling up before or after a workout, it’s important to achieve the right balance of carbs and protein. Pre-workout snacks that combine carbohydrates with protein can make you feel more energized than junk foods made from simple sugars and lots of fat.

    Consider stocking your workout bag and refrigerator with some of these simple snacks.

    If you need

    any help or any advice ask one of the team today. Snacks and supplements available at reception and the gym shop.

  • To mark Mental Health Awareness Week, MARIANNE STOREY, CEO of Dorset Mind, explains how regular exercise can improve mental health...

    Mental health AWARENESS week

    People with mental health challenges need regular exercise more now than ever before. Getting active is essential because protecting our mental health is as important as our physical health. But regularly exercising when mentally unhealthy requires a level of conviction - a commitment that many of us struggle with.

    An interesting study of 1.2 million individuals in the Lancet Psychiatry journal in August last year investigated the link between physical exercise and mental health. It revealed that over the period of a month, participants who exercised had nearly half (43 per cent) fewer days of poor mental health than individuals that did not exercise.

    In addition, Professor Stewart Cotterill, a sport and exercise psychologist at AECC University College in Bournemouth, also highlights where you choose to exercise can be important. “All exercise can have a positive effect on your mental health and wellbeing, but getting out to exercise in and around nature can have a greater positive impact."

    When you exercise, marvellous things happen to your brain chemistry. Endorphins are released that reduce feelings of anxiety and elevate mood. Regular exercise also reduces stress, helps you think much clearer, and provides you with a greater sense of calm and increase self-esteem. The benefits of exercise are clear and enticing.

    Being more active for 30 minutes a day is one small change that can have a significant impact on improving physical and mental health.

    Here are five tips to get you started:

    1. Make a promise to yourself – committing to invest in your health is a good place to start. Think about what you want to achieve and how you want to feel

    2. Choose something you enjoy doing – if you look forward to it then you are more likely to stick to it

    3. Find out what you can do for free – being more active doesn’t have to break the bank. There are lots of great coastal walks and parks – just dress for the weather and get exploring

    4. Encourage a friend to join you – motivating and supporting one another will keep you on track

    5. Congratulate yourself on your achievements - Enjoy how being more active makes you feel; positive, energised, healthier and in control.

    Get in contact to see how we can help.

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