THE ELYTE FITNESS BLOG

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The team at Elyte Fitness are blogging about the gym, nutrition and health issues…

Lift to lose

Lift to Lose - Strength Training If you had asked someone in the industry or read a book or an article a few years ago about weight loss, most of them would have been based around long and boring cardio training sessions. Running on the treadmill or outside for hours...

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The Power Of Why

Ok so last week we looked at how used in an unhealthy way numbers can become all consuming and how they can even control your moods, self-worth and what you set out to achieve each day. (If you missed that edition then just click here to read) At the end of the post...

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The Measure of Success

Does seeing the number 70 make you happy? Does it make you sad? Does it make you feel frustrated or accomplished? No? How about 80, 65, 140, 180, 10, 37, 64? Do these numbers change how you’re feeling about yourself? Do they affect your mood? Do they affect how you...

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The Perfect Myth

Perfection is something that hangs out in front of us like a carrot hanging from a stick over the donkeys’ head to get it to keep moving. The search for perfection. The perfect diet. The perfect workout. The perfect holiday. The perfect house. The perfect...

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Resolution Health Tips: Number 5 – Getting Your Recovery

Good morning 😊 Welcome to a new week and the latest edition of our blog. So just as a round up before we dive in, over the last few weeks we have covered Hydration, Nutrition Part 1 & Part 2, Activity and even the benefits of Caffeine, if you haven’t had a chance...

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Capital Physio – New Year New Me

Happy New Year from us at Capital Physio, we hope you had a wonderful Christmas! As we enter January we all have new goals and resolutions to kick off the New Year to a good start. Many people want to improve/change their lifestyle by embarking on a new exercise...

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Resolution health tips : Number 1 – Hydration

Family sized boxes of chocolates, endless bottles of prosecco, late night cheese boards and perhaps one too many beers, the antics of the last couple of weeks have certainly been indulgent and rightfully so! New years resolutions are looming above us and ‘back on...

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The Fundamentals of Fitness – What to expect

You will have noticed that we have changed the name of our classes, organising them into four fundamental elements of functional fitness. The idea is that you can combine them into the perfect training programme for you. Add Yoga, Pilates and Spin to the mix and you...

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The ELYTE Fitness Youtube channel is open

Ever wondered what a 'hanging abdominal crunch' is, or how to do bulgarian split squats properly? Well we are aiming to answer all those questions with our new Youtube channel. On  there you will find: Instructional videos on exercise techniques 'How-to' videos...

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Move the nation open day at ELYTE Fitness

ELYTE Fitness is flinging open its doors to provide free activities for everyone as part of National Fitness Day 2017 - the most active day of the year. National Fitness Day on Wednesday 27 September will see a huge range of free events and taster sessions take place...

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Getting in shape at 51 – Part Two

What do I want to achieve? Just look at that picture at the top of the page, have you ever seen determination like that? Or a more worthy photo bomb by a bloke up a ladder with a paintbrush? That’s me on the left and Ashley my keen young personal trainer on the right...

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Getting in shape at 51 with Elyte Fitness – Part One

There is an oft quoted statement that you can’t build or maintain muscle much past your late forties. You’re over the fitness hill and should just fade away. but then how do you account for physiques sported by the likes of Jason Statham, Hugh Jackman and Keanu...

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Weight Loss – Some quick tips

It’s Fat Loss not weight loss! Smaller Plates Multiple sources recommend using a smaller plate size to reduce your meal size. The NHS also state that most people overeat and this can easily increase stored energy, most usually in the form of fat. SO, get a smaller...

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