We have brand new body and face bulbs in our Sunbed!
Why not try them out, available for 5 minutes at a time or save some money by buying a block. Ask at reception for more details
**Please note that due to the bulbs being brand new, usage is limited to 5 minutes maximum at any one time for the first 50 hours of the bulbs.**
Donna’s blog has been updated! She’s doing so well, read her story by clicking here or on the link below, and continue to keep an eye on this for more updates of how she’s doing!
Check the link below to go straight to her page.
In order to achieve, you need to have a goal. This is true of all works of life whether it be in your business life, your personal life or your gym life. Something I see go wrong far too often in peoples goals is the fact that they are way to out there. By this I mean people try and change every single thing and go all out 100% and after 2 weeks it stops and old habits creep back. A classic example of this is New Year’s Resolutions. People will think, “Right new year new me”. Now there is nothing specifically wrong with this but if you’re smoking 20 a day, eat chocolate all the time, don’t do any exercise and live off pot noodles then it’s very unlikely you’re going to be able to stop all of these habits and develop super healthy fantastic new ones all in the space of a month. My advice is to set achievable goals in the short term e.g. 4-6 weeks. This goal can be in accordance with a long term goal that may span over years or even a lifetime goal! Setting this short term goal will be a lot less overwhelming, and be a lot more achievable, and when you do achieve that goal you feel great about it! The psychological side of gym life is HUGE and it’s very easy to become unmotivated and feel like you’re never going to reach your goal if it is so looming. Continue reading Goal Setting
We found the following recipe in this month’s WorkOut magazine and thought you might want to give it a go!
Continue reading We have a recipe for you…
The power is back on and we are open as usual. So come in down and make the most of it!
We have been informed that the electricity in our area is off. The electricity engineers are trying to get power back on but haven’t been able to do so as if yet. This means that until they can get power back on we are closed. Thank you for your patience in this matter..
As you may have noticed we have had some TV’s put up in our gym. This is to help promote MYZONE to you all!
The TV’s that we have up in our gym display MYZONE on them all the time, however we don’t have any that are facing the cardio area. This is because we have it available on all the TV’s on our gym equipment! All you need to do is go to channel 800. This will take you to our MYZONE channel where you can view how you are doing!
Many of our members already use MYZONE. This is a fantastic system that helps keep you motivated whilst seeing how much effort you are putting in! It is particularly effective in classes, giving all MYZONE users a competitive edge to the class.
Our Gym Team can help you with your MYZONE belt and help you to understand the benefits and all the features of using a MYZONE belt to help with your training. Just ask away, we’re here to help.
MYZONE belts are available at reception for just £45 at the moment! That offer is better than half price with the RRP of £99.
This tasty looking, easy to make, low calorie cake will take 10 minutes preparation and 20 minutes to bake. It serves 8 people so enjoy with friends and family afterwards!
- Butter or Oil
- 50g Plain Flour
- 3 tbsp Cornflour
- 1 tsp Baking Powder
- 4 Eggs
- 175g Caster Sugar
- Heat your oven to 180 C fan or 160 C gas, then grease and line the sides of a 2 x 20 tin with grease-proof paper. Sieve baking powder and flour together.
- Whisk the egg whites until stiff, then whisk in the sugar. Beat the egg yolks then whisk in the whites. Fold in dry ingredients using a large metal spoon then spoon the mixture into the tins and level tops.
- Bake for 18-20 minutes until risen, to test insert a skewer into the middle and if it comes out clean its good. Cool in the tins for 10 minutes then gently remove and leave to cool completely
- Mix the mandarins and fromage frais together. Peel away the grease-proof paper, sandwich the cakes with the mandarin mix, then dust with icing sugar to serve.
At only 214 calories and with 4g fat in total, treat yourself to this cake without feeling guilty 🙂