WHAT IS THE BOOTCAMP?
Fradley Fit Boot Camps offer women the opportunity to build strength, endurance, agility and burn fat.
Camps consist of one or two 60 minute sessions per week, they include an intense mix of strength training, HIIT, aerobic elements and military style drills outdoors.
This Boot Camp is a type of interval training with bursts of intense activity alternated with intervals of lighter activity. The sessions provide a whole body workout.
You will burn more calories in less time compared to moderate aerobic activity.
Fat loss and general well being can be achieved.
If you’re looking for something more challenging, varied and fun, are willing to push yourself, enjoy being part of a team and don’t mind being exposed to the elements, then this is for you.
FAT LOSS FUN CAMARADERIE TEAM EFFORT
Access to the Fradley Fit for Women App for all who BOOTCAMP.
Some great features come with the App for you to use as much as you wish, these include:
- Your own personal account.
- Access to tailor made workouts with video demonstrations.
- Access to sample nutrition plans.
- The facility to log your workouts.
- The facility to upload your nutrition daily, choosing from over 60,000 food items as well as the handy bar-code scanner.
- Track your progress by uploading height/weight/measurements and progress photos.
- Messaging facility.
I’m giving you all the tools to ensure you stay motivated and on track with your personal goals.
This on-line service is available to use via your PC, Laptop, Tablet and mobile device, its available to download via the IOS and Android App.
This service is provided by an on-line invitation only, where you will be promoted to activate your account.
I incorporate this service with all of my BOOTCAMP clients.
All of us know what happens when we don’t chew sweetcorn properly – it’s not fully processed. The outer layer is resistant to the acid in the stomach. If not chewed, the inner parts cannot be reached so they are not digested.
The more we chew the more nutrients the body absorbs.
Anything that we put into our mouth is going to elicit a response in the brain. You’ll get responses from the taste, smell and texture and the brain will signal the gut to prepare for food.
The main role chewing plays is that it prepares the gut for digestion, releasing gastric secretions in the gut and enzymes in the saliva as well as stimulating the hormones that regulate hunger.
The mouth and brain are both equally important.
If you eat your food too fast and swallow it without chewing properly you can put pressure on the digestive system and negatively impact the amount of nutrients the body can absorb.
There needs to be enough time during eating for the brain to recognise that you have eaten. If you eat too quickly you may then eat too much for what the body needs. This is why the idea of slowing down the eating process as a weight-management strategy can work.
The food also needs to be in contact with the gut to stimulate the hormones that regulate hunger.
It’s better for us overall to eat mindfully, taking our time, chewing properly, appreciating the flavours, textures and smells, by doing this we’re aiding the bodies amazing ability to digest, absorb the nutrients and tell the brain when we’re full so that we don’t overeat.