70% of Body Change comes from your Diet!


-Start by swapping bad foods with healthier ones. -Reduce your Alcohol days one day at a time. Or some clients like to do all or nothing so try nothing with a date goal frame. -Design a week diet & fitness plan. Add cheat day for naughty foods like bad carbs, alcohol, crips or chocolate. -Try to Swap out sugar drinks for water & fizzy water. -Keep a diary of your food and drink.


x3 Body types

These are: Ectomorph: Lean and long, with difficulty building muscle. Endomorph: Big, high body fat, often pear-shaped, with a high tendency to store body fat. Mesomorph: Muscular and well-built, with a high metabolism and responsive muscle cells.

What is eating for your body type?

Many people think that “body type” just describes the way someone looks. In fact, your body type can also provide information about how you respond to food intake and about your hormonal and sympathetic nervous system (SNS) characteristics.

Physique characteristics can thus be linked to metabolic differences between individuals. Once someone establishes their body type, they can then adjust nutrient intake to maximize body composition and health related goals.

There are three general categories of body types (somatotypes): ectomorph, mesomorph, and endomorph.

Very few people fall perfectly into one of the three categories. People are often a mix of characteristics. Additionally, years of training and good nutrition can change the outward appearance of one’s body.

For instance, a bodybuilder might be mistaken for a “natural” mesomorph when in fact, s/he is really an endomorph who’s trained and dieted hard; or an ectomorph who’s spent years guzzling protein shakes and doing the power lifts.

An ectomorph who’s gained a little weight around the middle from a sedentary lifestyle and poor nutrition might assume they’re more endomorphic.

However, most folks can find their general tendencies in one of the three groups.



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Other Tips for your body and mind


Drink 2-3 litres of water


Try to get plenty of rest & sleep


Try out a Yoga Class