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Looking Good and Feeling Great Workshops October 28, 2010

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Hi All

Its Denver here I just wanted to let everyone know that we are now offering ‘Looking Good and Feeling Great Workshops’ for anyone who wants to learn more about Weight and Stress Management. We meet at the Coffee Club near the Nepean River every Thursday at 10am and all are welcome. Click on the link below for more details:Looking Good and Feeling Great Workshops

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RE: Alcohol and Weight Loss do they mix? September 29, 2010

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Hi Team this weeks newsletter talks a little more about alcohol and weight loss and how just a few extra drinks can make a big impact on your waistline. Also we have our clients of the month, Joel and John whom we all wish a warm congratulations and remember our get-together at Teppanyaki Japanese BBQ in Emu Plains on the 15th of October all are invited.

Click on the link for more details:         Alcohol Newsletter Sep 27

Diet or Exercise which is more IMPORTANT? May 30, 2010

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Hello everyone

This weeks newsletter will discuss issues revolving around weight loss particularily what is more important for weight loss Dieting or Weight Loss? We look at this discussion from a calorie (energy) in Vs calorie out perspective. Also we recognise the efforts of Natalie Forwood and Lindy Rymer whom became our clients of the Month for April. Well Done!! girls you both worked extremely hard and you deserve to be recognised.

Check out our Newsletter Below:

Diet or Exercise Which is More Important Issue 64

You’re Invited April 25, 2010

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You’re all invited to our “Quarterly Get Together’

It will be a fun night filled with recognitions of those whom have achieved great results in fitness and weight loss over the first quarter. We will also have some fun games and great prizes to be won as well. It will be at the Silver Spur in Penrith on May 7th (Friday) at 7:30pm, click on the link below for more details:

Quarterly Get Together April10

Healthy Fast Food Tips When Eating Out April 19, 2010

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This week’s newsletter focuses on healthy and low-calorie options when ‘Eating Out’ in different social settings. Learn how you can cut down your portions and calories in a number of different social circumstances. Also we have our quarterly ‘Get-Together’ coming up and in this newsletter we recognise clients of the Month for March. Well done Erin and Mikala

Click on the link below to read our newsletter:

LGFG Newsletter Fast Food Tips 64

Personal Training Client of the Month April 16, 2010

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March’s ‘Personal Training Client of the Month’ award goes to ‘Erin Howland’. Read about Erin and see what led to hear dramatic transformation of 10.5kg in just 1 month.

Read the attachment and you will become inspired!!!

Erin Howland ‘Client of the Month’

Exercise – Fitting it in! March 24, 2010

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Sometimes it is time to go back to basics.

Life, unfortunately, doesn’t come with instructions. There’s no book to explain how to make it from birth to death and everything that falls in between. One of the hardest things you have to deal with every single day is exercise.
You may equate exercise with sweat, pain and tight clothes that announce every unsightly bulge. Maybe you plan on exercising every day but, somehow, never actually get to it. The truth is, exercise doesn’t have to hurt and it doesn’t have to occur in a health club. Exercise can happen anywhere: at work when you’re walking up and down the stairs or at home while you’re walking
the dog, cutting the grass or vigorously cleaning out your garage.  Once you understand that there are ways to incorporate exercise into your life without even once pulling on anything made of Spandex, you’re on your way to a healthier life.


So, here are some Tips and Tricks that might help you make it easier to be consistent about your exercise:

1. Keeping track of your workouts can help you be more consistent.
2. Find a workout buddy to keep you motivated or exercise with your family members.
3. Get professional advice from a personal trainer or nutritionist. Starting out on the right foot can make exercise more effective and more fun.
4. Be active. It doesn’t have to be in a health club or an aerobics class and you don’t have to wear special clothes or perform complicated activities. It is as simple as making a choice.  Will you park right next to the door at work today or will you walk a few extra feet? Will you take a walk after work or sit down and have a drink? Will you wash the car on Saturday or sleep in? Every day you have the option of being more active.
5. Focus on the good things. The more you get your body moving, the more energy you’ll have to fulfill your daily obligations. Exercise also helps you sleep better, and it keeps you alert all day long so it’s much easier to impress your boss with how smart you are.
6. Be consistent. Stick with it and you’ll see results.
7. Reward yourself with a massage, a weekend vacation or new workout gear/clothes.

Daily Exercise Checklist
• Get up 10 minutes early for a walk.
• Park your car at the end of the parking lot.
• Get up every hour for a five minute walk.
• Take the stairs one time during the day.
• Make your dog happy: take him for a long walk.

For more information on this topic contact Penrith’s ‘Favourite
Personal Trainers’ on the details below.
Looking Good and Feeling Great Pty Ltd ABN 8511242052
Tel: 0403691855 Fax: 02 4730 1348 Email: denver@lgfg.com.au
Website: http://www.lgfg.com.au