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WELLBEING PROMOTION


Fit for life Top tips from the Zen trainer


Flavia Santini is the creator of Zentensity: a Personal Training method that puts a Zen spin on your gym experience to help you transform your body and conquer your limitations. Here she shares her top tips to committing to a fi tness program and staying fi t for life.


Flavia Santini


Own yourself: Get the mind right and the body will follow. Search deep within yourself for a reason why you should invest time on your health and fi tness goals every day. Think harder than ‘to lose 5lbs and tone up my thighs’ as goals like these tend to take the back seat in the face of a bad or stressful day. You should aim for things that will still seem interesting, real and worthy of your time and energy in the long run – like running


10K for a charity you would like to support, or getting as fi t and healthy as you can before having a baby. Goals like these will keep you motivated when everything else fails.


Maximize your time in the gym: Incorporate short bouts of high intensity cardio into your strength workouts, try superset exercises or cut your rest periods in half. These are all simple yet effective ways to keep your heart rate up during your workout and ensure that you improve your cardiovascular fi tness, boost stamina and burn more calories during and after your workout.


Keep it interesting: Varying your workout formats, your exercises and the equipment that you use, will not only keep your mind engaged but your body guessing and continually making progress. If you always perform bicep curls with barbells or dumbbells, try the TRX next. Do your bodyweight squats on a Bosu ball for an added challenge or add medicine balls to your planks and press ups. The gym is your playground!


Zentensity, Wimbledon Leisure Centre Latimer Road, SW19 1EW 07455 639 439 www.zentensity.co.uk


Diagnostic & Triage


Happy 2015! As a part of your fi tness regime this New Year, why not incorporate ensuring that the mechanical aspect of your health is looked after by real professionals as you become fi tter and healthier?


We all have our mouth and teeth checked regularly by the dentist. Similarly, the body will also benefi t from real care and servicing given we use our bodies all the time! Naval Mair Osteopathy & Wellbeing can help you with this. We even have a FREE Diagnostic & Triage service that will simply check you over. If we cannot help, then a professional in our large network of affi liates will undoubtedly be able to help. You will have a solution no matter what.


For 23 years now our practice has been dedicated to offering a natural way to a healthier life using Osteopathy for thousands of patients in south west London.


Service For Your Body Prevention is better than cure


All elements of health have a bodily component. At Naval Mair Osteopathy & Wellbeing, we locate that bodily or mechanical component of health, and facilitate a smoother running, less restricted, more mindful and much healthier body.


Naval Mair


When the body is healthier, many patients fi nd that abilities like decision making, problem solving, relaxation and ability to rest become less problematic.


At Naval Mair Osteopathy & Wellbeing, we use all aspects of Osteopathy from precise bodily adjustment to Cranial and Paediatric Osteopathy to fi nd true health in your body and to enhance that health. The practice provides so much more than the mere treatment for bad backs, joint problems and sports injuries. Whilst we have a great reputation for diagnosing and successfully


treating many musculo-skeletal disorders, we help many patients with our integrated osteopathic approach to health.


We really look forward to helping you.


Naval Mair Osteopathy & Wellbeing Studio 5, The Royal Victoria Patriotic Building, John Archer Way, SW18 3SX 020 8812 3733 www.navalmair.com enquiries@navalmair.com


22 . January 2015 . timeandleisure.co.uk


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