Watch your wee
The body loses water constantly through breathing, sweating and urination, and you can easily be
dehydrated without realising it.
An indication of hydration levels can be found in your urine: the darker the colour, the more dehydrated you are. Pale coloured urine indicates adequate hydration and a dark colour indicates that more water is required, whether you feel thirsty or not,
How much booze?
The medical profession currently recommend a maximum weekly alcohol consumption of 14 units for women and 21 units for men, spread over a week.
Tolerance to the effects of alcohol can vary from person to person, depending on age, sex, weight and drinking habits. However a heavy drinking session can effect anyone, impairing brain and body functions for up to 48hrs. Visit the Drinkaware website
Blood sugar and energy levels rise after each meal and later dip. If however your daily food consumption is split into you 4-6 smaller meals (or 3 meals + snacks) your blood sugar and energy levels will be more regulated and you won’t suffer from energy dips. Your metabolism will also work more efficiently to burn those calories.
Commit to exercise
A half-hearted approach to your fitness will give you half-hearted results. Most people have parts of their bodies they wish were different, but that’s no reason not to love yourself. Getting a professional to help you establish an exercise routine means you can enjoy watching the less than favourite parts of your body transform as you become fitter and healthier... and be proud of your achievement!
“Tanya is a great Personal Trainer. She has kept
me motivated for 6 months with new ideas each
week and helpful advice which is helping me to
achieve my weight loss and fitness goals.
Jane - SE1
“Since starting to train with Tanya I feel more
motivated to go to the gym. Tanya is a warm,
friendly woman so the hour I spend with her
flies by. It’s money well spent.”