Three Tips to Stay Motivated

1) Have a Goal / Target Find a North, find something to head towards. Lets just be clear “Yeah , I just wanna lose weight” is not a goal. Goal setting allows you to gain structure and accountability. Instead of unclear reasoning to do something, goal setting creates a defined finish line for a specific
Fat loss is very much generalized across the body. There’s no specific exercise or system to lose fat from a single targeted area. For example a tennis player has a dominant arm and shoulder that they repeatedly strike the ball with however if you was to measure the fat volume of both the left and
1) Nail Your Technique : People have been doing it wrong this whole time ! Main mistakes people make… Elbows in the wrong position: Next time your doing the pull up focus on forcing your elbows down and back, imagine that you are pulling your elbows towards your back pocket. When your elbows are too far in front of you

What Is Your True North ?

Find what you are working towards !                      The constant choice we face is optioned by two outcomes. We can choose stay where we are or we can choose to progress Do you want to move up or do you want to be safe? It’s a

Richard’s Story

Meet RMF Member Richard Gray Richard, 37 ,  has a hectic work schedule within international finance. He came to RMF after failing to get the results he wanted from training in commercial gyms He is now 2 stone lighter and his body shape has changed dramatically Check out his story below: This is what Rich had

Fat loss Circuit: Halloween Special

A great opportunity to get dressed up, have some fun and smash a Saturday morning fat loss session. Fact : Enjoying your training is a key factor in staying consistent and maintaining the motivation to keep turning up. “Train with like minded People” The Workout: 40 mins  “13” Calorie Row/Ski / Bike  “13” OH Pumpkin Lunges (Over Head
Cooking Time 30 Mins A protein packed bowl of healthy comfort food. Ingredients: 6 sprays of spray oil e.g. Fry light/rapeseed oil/olive oil 200g low fat/lighter halloumi 225g chicken fillets cubed 400g tin chopped tomatoes 1 onion finely chopped 400g tin of green lentils cooked and drained 160g bag of chopped kale 1tsp ground cumin
Cooking Time 30 Mins An easy healthy dinner, nutritionally balanced with protein, carbs and healthy fats thats also packed with vitamins. Ingredients: 6 sprays of spray oil e.g. Fry light/rapeseed oil/olive oil 400g cod or smoked haddock fillets 400g pack of ready chopped butternut squash and sweet potato 300g pack of cooked beetroot chopped into chunks

20 Minute Bodyweight Workout

Check out the video tutorial: 5 x Push Up 10 x Sit Up 15 x Squat Run 400m 20 Minutes – As Many Rounds As Possible    To Start Your Journey Apply For Our 28 Day Challenge Below

Kettle Bell Swing Basics

A kettle bell swing is the all round perfect exercise. Its one that uses up a tonne of calories, helps to burn fat, build muscle and improve your fitness on a mass scale !! For this awesome exercise all you need is one piece of equipment… A Kettle bell Check out this video tutorial to
Cooking Time 30 Mins Try this low carb but really satisfying meal. It’s high in protein as well as providing healthy portion of vitamins A, B,C, E and K, iron and magnesium. Ingredients: 3 sprays of spray oil e.g. Fry light/rapeseed oil/olive oil 500g lean 5% pork mince 1 sachet of Itsu miso soup paste

Quick Korean Style Beef

Cooking Time 20 Mins Ingredients: 3 sprays of spray oil e.g. Fry light/rapeseed oil/olive oil 500g lean 5% beef mince 4 tbsp low salt soy sauce 2 tbsp honey 2 fresh limes juiced 1 red chilli finely sliced 4 spring onions sliced 1 inch piece fresh ginger grated 2 cloves garlic crushed 1 carrot grated

Liz’s Story

Meet RMF Member Liz Gregory.  Liz, 49, is an ICU Nurse with two children.  She has had some amazing results and finally broken her YO YO dieting cycle. Check out her story below:  “I knew I was over weight, my size 14 clothes were getting tighter & I was worried about the effect it was

Master Your Rowing Technique

Rowing Technique Fundamentals: Rowing is a great exercise. It taxes your cardio vascular system and is a also a great whole body strength & conditioning tool. Its important to get your technique nailed to make the most of the rower, so here is a video and some tips to help you: Start: Arms straight, head
Part 3 of your complete Fat Loss Nutrition Guide is here! Having covered energy balance (Calories) and Protein, we are taking things a step further and looking at Fats & Carbohydrates. Firstly, a quick recap from parts 1 & 2:   Calories DO matter. When it comes to dropping fat, the first port of call