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I'm Back! Sorry for the Dissapearing Act!

Hey everyone,

Sorry I haven't been around for a while to answer questions and respond to PM's. I've had a bit going on and have been planning a move to Cyprus with my girlfriend where I'll hopefully be setting up my own personal training business.

I'm leaving in 3 weeks time, but until then I'll be back on this forum to help out if anyone has any questions or needs a bit of help.

Im going to have limited internet access out there (wi-fi in the local bars on my laptop pretty much) but I'll try to pop in as much as I can when Im out there.

P.S - sorry to those who've sent me Pm's a while back and havent had a response, I've only recently seen them and not sure whether you still want them answered now. But Im still open for new PMs if anyone needs me.

Thanks guys, hope to be chatting to you again very soon

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Committed Loser
S: 23st4.3lb C: 15st10.5lb G: 13st5.4lb BMI: 35.6 Loss: 7st7.8lb(32.42%)
Hi Justin...I don't think we've met before :)

Just wondering if you have any tips for severe asthmatics trying to get into exercise... I've only been doing slimming world a week and have lost half a stone and already my energy levels are on the up so want to do the best possible thing with it :)
Hey Livi, nice to meet you :)

Congratulations on the success so far, I hope you keep it going!

The typical advice for asthmatics would be to obviously take it easy when starting out, keep your inhaler with you at all times and really don't try to push it.

I know every asthamtic will be different and will get varying effects from exercise, but most that I know usually say that long term exercise evantually helps their condition.

Just start with a couple of 20-30 minute walks each week, and gradually add another until you can go 7 days (or whenever is possible for you).

Listening to your body will be the best indicator of how much you can safely do.

I know thats quite vague but hopefully that helps!


gunna be a fatty for ever
S: 17st4lb C: 16st7lb G: 14st3lb BMI: 36.2 Loss: 0st11lb(4.55%)
Hiya Justin!

Hope you are well!

I dunno if you remember me but you helped me get into fitness a while ago and like a fool I had a xmas break and never got back into it! grrr

Was just wondering if you could give me some advice re diet to go with my gym routine!

Hope your still around and the suns not too hot in Cyprus! :p

Love katie

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