Losing weight has always been issue for generations. Over the years we have devised and perfected a program that allows our clients to see weight loss in a healthy and sustainable way through exercise (personal training) and psychology. We have used a well-known training and exercise program which many people may know as being ‘interval training (Inc. fat burn heart rate)’ and we have also combined this process with ‘Development Coaching’ and several motivation techniques as well as motivation training, now known as MotiFit. The program consists of jogging and walking and techniques combined see very fast results in a matter of 8 weeks seeing a huge inch losses and weight loss. . This program is run on a one to one basis and can be run as a group if you have a few friends of similar fitness that would like to join where group discounts will apply.
So what happens in a session?
First we start the ‘interval training’ which consists of jogging and walking for a period of 45 minutes, this will also give us time to discuss many aspects of your life, after this time, dependent on the location whether it be at your home or at our offices we will run a session of coaching for exercise motivation challenging any limiting beliefs you may have formed.
What is interval training?
Interval training is a type of discontinuous physical training that involves a series of low to high-intensity exercise workouts interspersed with rest or relief periods. The high-intensity periods are typically at or close to anaerobic exercise, while the recovery periods may involve either complete rest or activity of lower intensity. Interval training can be described as short periods of work followed by rest. The main aim is to improve speed and cardiovascular fitness and help with weight loss allowing the participant to enter the fat burning zone. What is the fat burning zone? Although the origin of the (FBHR) concept is unknown, the fitness industry probably seized on the following key facts:. 1. Low- to moderate-intensity exercise is fuelled predominantly by fat. 2. An optimum fat burning rate has been identified at 65% of maximal oxygen consumption (VO2 max) – the body’s ability to take on board and use oxygen during exhaustive exercise. Because fitness centres do not usually own gas analysers that measure VO2 max directly, the (FBHR) is instead located indirectly, with a heart rate monitor, at 60-70% of age-predicted maximum heart rate. Age-predicted maximum heart rate is derived from the formula 220 – age, giving a 25-year-old, for example, a FBZ of 117-136 beats/min. The use of this formula involves two considerable assumptions: * that exercise heart rate can be used to predict oxygen consumption. * that maximum heart rate is the same for everyone of a given age. An easy example to work out you own (FBHR) is:
Person aged 25:.
Start with Formula 220. 220 minus (age 25) = (195) minus 60% = 117 start range beats per/min. 220 minus (age 25) = (195) minus 70% = 136 end range beats per/min. If you keep your heart rate (beat per/min) with the start and end range of your calculated (FBHR) your body will be in the burning ranging. At first you may think keeping your heart rate with these points very easy but trust me, stick with it and remember, An optimum fat burning rate has been identified at 65% of maximal oxygen consumption (VO2 max) – the body’s ability to take on board and use oxygen during exhaustive exercise. Many people OVER DO exercise and tire themselves out to the point where their heart rate is just too high and hence do not see any weight loss and overtime start to feel despondent so therefore stop exercising, is that you? We can help motivate you to get back in shape in a different way as explained above with the use of Life Coaching, Hypnotherapy and steady interval personal training St Albans.