Muscle eats fat!
Did you know that you lose an average of 5% of muscle mass every 10 years after the age of 35? And once you start to lose it you’ll need to eat fewer calories ( 150 – 450) every day to stay at your current weight. We love food and don’t want to dwindle away, so here’s a better way.
To maintain your muscle make sure you eat a little protein at every meal and resistance train on a regular basis. A few ways build muscle easily...
Power Plate classes are short and sweet and amplify gravity so your body weight feels heavier than it is. When you use additional weight, it is easy to gain lean muscle. Pick up heavier weights in class to challenge yourself a little more. Book here.
In Glow Cycle classes you are pushing weight as you ride for 45 minutes, be sure to book into the Train Smarter workshop with Nadine. This workshop will teach you how to train effectively so that every second on the bike counts. This workshop is for everyone, beginners and advanced alike!
Members get 20% off workshops – pay at the desk or call up on 020 7 580 1276. Not yet a member? Join us now!
Kate H’s Pilates classes is getting brilliant feedback, great for those who want to get strong and lean quickly.
Sam teaches Pilates on Monday evening and takes over the Wednesday lunchtime class and Antonia starts a new Wed morning class - our Pilates classes are dynamic and will see you getting stronger and leaner, come ready to work! Book here.
The Thursday evening restorative yoga class is being turned into a Glow Yin Yoga class with Clare.
With stronger holds than the Bliss class, this class will improve your flexibility, mobility and your dynamic practice and Sports performance. Book in.
Don’t miss next month’s workshops:
Glow Foundation for Beginners an Improvers with Clare on Saturday 7th February 2015 2pm – 4pm £25
Arm Balances, Putting it all Together with Adam on Saturday 28th February 2015 2pm – 4pm £25
Glow Ballet and Pilates Sculpt with Antonia on Saturday 28th February 2015 2pm – 4pm £25
BRING A FRIEND TO TRY A CLASS
Build some muscle and keep warm, see you in class,
18 January 2015