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back from the gym

#1
Hi everyone,
just got back and have to say i really enjoyed it, i was taken round with a personal trainer and have another 3 sessions with her so that she can set me up a programme. I have taken out a membership which cost 35.00 a month, thought this was better as it will amke me go and also i haven't got th excuse that i have no money this week so i can't go etc etc. So all you out there that want to take the plaunge but are nervous my advise is GO FOR IT if i can do it anyone can,lol.

lots of love
Busy XX
 
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#2
Hi everyone,
just got back and have to say i really enjoyed it, i was taken round with a personal trainer and have another 3 sessions with her so that she can set me up a programme. I have taken out a membership which cost 35.00 a month, thought this was better as it will amke me go and also i haven't got th excuse that i have no money this week so i can't go etc etc. So all you out there that want to take the plaunge but are nervous my advise is GO FOR IT if i can do it anyone can,lol.

lots of love
Busy XX
Well done Busy
I used to go to the Gym and want to go again.
So glad it went well your'll be slim and toned before you know it :D
xxc
 
#3
I would love a personal trainer but at out gym membership (couple) is £100 a month and trainer is £30 for 1 hour

Is that good or bad for a trainer?
 
#4
Wow... thats an expensive monthly membership Dawn!

I am lucky... as a student I get monthly membership at my local gym for £20... but decided to buy a treadmill to use at home instead as I don't like walking their in the horrible winter months. If I have a treadmill at home then I have no excuse not to use it!

Busy... I am soooo glad to hear that you enjoyed it at the gym! Don't forget that you may put on a little weight as muscle weighs more than fat! Don't be put off by it though cos u should get fab toning and ur measurements will probably still be going down :) .... unless they are specific areas that you are working out on... ie.. flabby under arms will usually get muscly when u use weights.

Hope this has helped

Vicky
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#5
Hi, The girl that took me round today explained that the weight loss will probably slow for about 4 weeks whilst my body gets used to it but she has assured me that i will still be shrinking and will deffo see results. I am hopinf to go 2-3 times a week whilst my youngest is at playgroup. Thought i might give swimming a go in the evenings as well could i go always go with my eldest daughter who is 12 and hubby as well. Oooooo listen to me getting the fitness bug......NOT,lol.

Bye for now. XX
 
S: 14st2lb C: 12st8lb G: 11st7lb BMI: 24.5 Loss: 1st8lb(11.11%)
#7
Hi Busy

What part of CD are you following? I'm stil on SS but hoping to reunite myself with the gym, increasing activity as I move up the CD plans.

If you're still on resticted calories, what did the trainer have to say about that?
 
#8
Yes i would be interested to hear what the trainer had to say about you following a vlcd.
 


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