Bikini Body In 3 Weeks – Aesthetics Or Fitness

This time of year I get tons of enquires looking for extreme weight loss. I had someone the other day who was going on holiday in 3 weeks and wanted a bikini body. I told her to save her money and have a nicer holiday.

I have been training with Tim since November last year and love every session we have together, I used to hate the gym and Tim has totally changed that for me. Not only is he a wonderful trainer but a great lifestyle, nutrition and life coach. I look forward to every session as he understands exactly what I want to achieve and keeps me focused on my goals.

Bikini Body

So what is a Bikini body, I mean seriously what does it really mean. I have trained models so when they say they want to shape up for a holiday it’s a much more different look to someone who perhaps hasn’t worked out in years. I have spoken about this tread in the past but I really feel globally we focus far too much on aesthetics which in turn is creating a less and less effective fitness and nutrition market.

Aesthetics Or Fitness

For me fitness must come first, I would much rather be fit and sit on a beach with a little tummy eating an ice cream than miserable but look great ‘supposedly’ to other people. I have had great success with my clients over the focusing on fitness and not a specific result. When clients are fit and enjoying themselves they tend to be less stressed eat better and exercise more. The end result.

A Small Case Study

I was working with Emily for 6 months. Emily came to me because she hated the gym, in fact didn’t particularly like working out, aesthetically she was in good shape, she was already working as a lingerie model but wanted to take things too the next level.

I didn’t focus too much on looks, I needed Emily to look at her life, and so we did a lot of talking in our sessions. The end result you can see is great but most importantly for me she now loves exercising and continues to feel fit and look great.

My Top Summer Fitness Tips

  • Get a good trainer, I truly mean this, if you are struggling get some professional advice, and make sure you do your homework on the trainer before you part with your money.
  • Think about what you really want and why and what impact that will have on your life.
  • Have fun, if you hate running don’t run, if its not fun you are not going to keep it up, and there are many options available in london.

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