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#Repost @feelthebyrne_fitness • • • • • • Manchester, United Kingdom Missing the Sun today, where’s it gone?☀️ Lower body workout today ❤️ Elevated Bulgarian Split Squats x 10 RDL x 10 Tempo Squats x 10 Sumo Squat pulse 30 secs Wall Sit 30 secs Goblet Squats x 10 Reverse Lunges x 12 Lying leg curl X 10 Hip thrusts x 12 4 rounds 🤩 #fitnesssaddict #fitfam #fitnessgirl #fitnessjourney #fitgirls #fitnesslifestyle #instafitness #fitnessgoals #healthylifestyle #healthandwellness #healthiswealth #healthandfitness #gymjunkie #girlswholift #gym #gymaddict #gymmotivation #gymgirls #gymfreak #fitfam #manchesterpt #manchesterfitness #manchesterfitfam #girlswholift #gym #gymaddict #gymmotivation #gymgirls #gymfreak #fitfam #manchesterpt @myproteinuk @myprotein
Thursday home workout of the day courtesy of @ngptfitness Make sure you are wearing trainers for this one #Repost @ngptfitness • • • • • • Are you missing step class @puregym_eccles heres a step workout to get you swetting No step No problem yours your stairs Step up knee raise alternate x10 reps Step up squat get low x10 reps Squat jumps x10 reps becareful wear trainers for grip 30 secs rest after 2 sets try and get 10 sets done 15 mins and your step workout is done stay home stay safe everyone 👍👌 #ngptfitness #homeworkouts #homestepclass
Home workout : LBT style session with @feelthebyrne_fitness #Repost @feelthebyrne_fitness • • • • • • Manchester, United Kingdom Legs, Bums and Tum Outdoor workout today 😍☀️ Reverse lunge into Step up Squats Squat pulse RDL Fire Hydrants Kick Backs Glute Bridge Russian Twist Mountain Climbers Plank jacks Plank Hold 3 rounds 10-12 reps and 30 seconds for the abs 🤩 #lbt #legs #bum #tum #outdoorworkout #workoutweather #fitnesssaddict #fitfam #fitnessgirl #fitnessjourney #fitgirls #fitnesslifestyle #instafitness #fitnessgoals #healthylifestyle #healthandwellness #healthiswealth #healthandfitness #gymjunkie #girlswholift #gym #gymaddict #gymmotivation #gymgirls #gymfreak #fitfam #manchesterpt #manchesterfitness #manchesterfitfam @puregym_eccles #feelthebyrne
HOME WORKOUT OF THE DAY . LEGS AND CARDIO WITH @acfemalepersonaltrainer Give it a try ! #Repost @acfemalepersonaltrainer • • • • • • I recorded each exercise before I started my workout as filming in between a workout does my head I feel it distracts me 🤣 BODY WEIGHT LEGS/GLUTES&CARDIO > reduce the amount of reps if you need to ✅ Videos are in the order of 1> burpees , 2> pulse squats 3> jump squats 4> jump lunges 5> split squat 6> glute bridge into abductor 7> banded kicbacks —————————————————————————— 1. 10 burpees 2. 20 pulse squats 3. 20 jump squats 4. 10 burpees 5. 25 wide split squat per leg 6. 10 burpees 7. 30 jump lunges 8. 20 burpees 9. 50 banded glute bridge into abductor 10. 10 burpees 11. 30 bent leg kickbacks per leg 12. 10 burpees 13. 20 jump squats 14. 30 burpees
As well as the return on Saturday Zumba we are also bringing you SATURDAY YOGA ! 🧘🏾♀️. Starts April 4th at 10am with our newest instructor Elisa. £2 members only
We want to reassure all our members that we are doing all we can to keep you safe and healthy We encourage all members to use hand sanitiser on the way in and out of the gym and also wipe down equipment before and after use using the anti-bacterial spray we have provided .
Happy International Womens Day 2020 . Do you know British women have the 2nd lowest self asteem in the world compared to women from other countries ! At Puregym we want to help to change this ! We want all our members (irrespective of gender ) to feel amazing about themselves ! So today we are inviting you all to #ShareYourConfidence and share what makes you feel confident in and out of the gym ! #puregym #shareyourconfidence #IWD
*Trigger Warning* I’m Lara. A health, fitness and mental health awareness blogger from Cardiff. I’m an anorexia survivor and I now use my social media platforms to raise awareness (@lara__rebecca), limit stigmas and hopefully support people who are in recovery. "I’ve managed to find a happy medium where fitness is a part of a healthy and sustainable lifestyle which I now enjoy.” Need help? Please seek help and support COPING WITH AN EATING DISORDER I was so consumed within the harmful influence of anorexia since the age of 11. Restrictive eating was a subconscious coping mechanism and a way to regain a sense of control in my life. As time progressed, my habits became obsessive. My existence practically revolved around calorie counting and weighing myself every moment I could. By the age of 15, I was diagnosed with anorexia nervosa. Day by day, I was living to satisfy the destructive and continuous voices of anorexia, in addition to living with the diagnosis of depression and anxiety disorder. MY ROAD TO RECOVERY My weight restoration began late 2016 with the support of a medical team. Recovery was extremely difficult but time, patience and love helped me to get through it. It wasn’t until months after I began intensive treatment that I decided to make positive, healthy and sustainable changes to my lifestyle. For years my family had seen my health deteriorate which I can imagine wasnt difficult for them too. I was determined to regain my health and feel fit and strong. Eating well and maintaining an active lifestyle provides me with a sense of purpose, allows me to feel productive and generally just makes me happy. Read more at https://www.puregym.com/blog/laras-story/ #EDAW2020 #EachforEqual #ShareTheConfidence
Have you tried a cycle class yet ? Cycle is a 30-45 minute cardio class set to motivating music . You will sprint ,climb and hover your way to fitness ! Its a great way to get your heart pumping and improve your cardiovascular fitness . Why not try a class today ? Classes available in the morning ,afternoon and evening. Book on at puregym.com or via our app
BY MEMBERS, FOR MEMBERS Sculpt and tone your legs and glutes with this beginner-friendly lower body workout using only three pieces of equipment you can find in your gym. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ https://www.puregym.com/blog/lower-body-workout-beginners/
🏃♀️Cardio session Choose a cardio machine and spend the session running, cycling, rowing, climbing stairs, etc. as fast as you can with no break until 20 minutes is up. Make a note of the distance covered and aim to beat it during your next 20 minute cardio session. Believe us, it soon gets addictive! 🏋️♀️Weights session Spend 30 seconds on each exercise, then rest for 30 seconds. Complete the set four times. Dumbbell bench press: lie flat on the bench with feet on the floor and a dumbbell in each hand either side of your chest. Lift your arms towards the ceiling until the dumbbells almost touch then slowly return to the start position. Cable tricep pushdown: stand with feet hip-width apart and the bar at chest level. With elbows against your body and knees slightly bent, push down until elbows are almost fully extended, then slowly return to the start position. Kettlebell swing: stand with feet hip-width apart, then squat down, grab the kettlebell with palms towards you and stand up. Swinging from the hips bring the weight up to chest height with arms straight, then allow the weight to swing back between your legs and repeat and keep swinging Lat pulldown: Sit with knees bent at 90 degrees so your legs just touch the padding. Stand up and grab the bar and sit down again. As you pull the bar towards your chest, lean back so your core muscles get engaged Leg press: place your legs shoulder width apart on the platform then lower the safety bar and push the platform away from you until your legs are fully straight. Slowly return to the start position and repeat
We love dedication at Puregym , dedication is the only way to get real lasting results . But when does dedication turn in to addiction?. For large majority of you youll always maintain a healthy relationship with exercise. Exercise can make you feel mentally and physically better! But for some people exercise can turn in to addiction ,regardless of weight or body size . Heres some of the main signs of exercise addiction 🔴. You continue to Work out even when injured or ill . As good as it is to push through , not giving your body the rest it needs will negatively affect your progress 🔴You overtrain and exercise to the point of causing yourself physical harm .Overtraining can cause a reduction in your progress and reverse the postive effect exercise you have on your body 🔴You get anxious or depressed when you miss a workout . We get it its annoying when something stops you from doing your workout ,but if you then cant think of anything else and you obsess about the missed workout thats a sign your getting addicted . 🔴Working out starts to impact relationships. You start skipping time with family and friends in order to fit in more workouts . 🔴Exercise becomes your only focus . You lose interest in your work and home life and focus only on getting your workouts in 🔴Exercise addiction can also be a side affect of an eating disorder , people can exercise in order to lose more weight or to burn off the calories from binging . 🙂So we encourage you all , continue to enjoy your workouts,stay dedicated but if you are at all worried that you or someone around you is taking the dedication a little too far , dont be afraid to ask for help #LetsTalkAboutit #Itsokaynottobeokay #EDAW2020
#LetsTalkAboutIt Eating disorders. Often a topic that the fitness and diet industry shys away from talking about . We want to talk about it . We want to make our gyms a safe space for anyone who may be struggling , a non-judgement zone . EveryBODY is welcome . So all this week we will be talking about it . About how exercise can be benefical to mental health but also how to identify if you or those around you have a problem with over-training or disorded eating (regardless of weight or size !) #EDAW #LetsTalk #BEAT #ICANBEATTHIS
Exercise is a way to show your body that you love it . Here at Puregym we want all our members to exercise out of love for their bodies not hate !
Calling all level 3 qualified Personal Trainers . We are hiring ! On Thursday the 12th of March we are holding an open day for prospective personal trainers who would like to know more about Puregym . Contact Andrew.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to book your place ! #Puregym #Eccles
Cutting for beginners Eat at a caloric deficit Just as the aim of bulking is to be in a caloric surplus, the aim of cutting is to be in a caloric deficit. This puts you in a “catabolic” state — one where tissue is broken down in the body. Keep your calorie intake below maintenance, but don’t go too low. Reduce insulin to increase fat burning Low-carb dieting and techniques like carb-backloading and intermittent fasting are largely thought to work because they reduce insulin levels in the body and improve insulin sensitivity. Experiment with these techniques to see how they work for you. Focus on exercises that get your heart rate up and burn significant calories When cutting, burning excess calories during your workouts is something to aim for. Modify your training routine to make it more dynamic and keep your heart-rate up. Reducing rest times and using super-sets can be a good idea. Protein is more important on a cut than a bulk because it helps to spare muscle during tissue wasting. You may not need to boost your protein intake dramatically during a cut, but keeping it a bit on the higher side can be a good idea. Continue to strength train, but don’t expect significant gains Resistance exercise is known to help maintain muscle mass during a calorie deficit, so continuing your strength-training regimen during a cut is essential. Strive to progress your lifts wherever possible, but don’t expect significant gains. If you’re thinking about introducing bulking and cutting into your regime, make sure you understand the benefits and the risks first. Take it easy and as always, listen to your body.