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  1. KidsNCancer Christmas Fayre Prime Mover Charity Christmas Fayre is being held at Prime Mover City Centre on the 1st December 1-4pm (9 jessop street, behind DECATHLON). There will be various stalls selling Christmas goods, exhibiting products/services available in the Sheffield area. We want this to really support our local communities and independent retailers etc so please show us your support. We will have a raffle with amazing prizes from Whirlow Farm & Avid Organic plus MORE..... We will also have PEPPA PIG & UPSY DAISY there for the kids and they can have photos with them, SANTA hopefully will be coming too if he's not busy!!!! We will be serving homemade cakes & buns made by our trainers ( all gluten, grain, dairy and refined sugar free BUT TASTE AMAZING) all washed down with some beautiful hot drinks.. You can even get a chair massage,reflexology & your nails done whilst your here too :-) This event is going to be MASSIVE and all in a GREAT cause, raising funds for Local Charity "Kids N Cancer" who will be there with their support. Please bring Family, Friends etc and really help us raise as much money as possible !!! Your contribution could mean life saving surgery for a child this Christmas.
  2. Hi I am running a Charity Christmas Fayre on the 1st December 1-4pm at our location in the city centre (behind decathlon). I am looking for stall holders wanting to sell goods or advertise services to our 300+ members + general public. We have Sheffield independent retailers exhibiting like Urban Pantry, Wildstar Foods, Sheffield Massage Therapy, Robyns Nest..... We also have Peppa Pig & Upsy Daisy coming along for the kids + santa, raffle, Gluten Free cakes & Buns, hot drinks and much more. This is all in aid of local charity KidsNcancer and the £10 table fee will be going to the charity plus other fundraising on the day. If you would like to exhibit then please contact me on 07778 549 978 or PM me on here. I look forward to hearing from you Scotty
  3. Christmas Charity event 1st December 2012 1pm-4pm in aid of Local KidsNcancer charity. Sheffield or surrounding businesses only as this is to support our local businesses The event is to take place at Prime Mover Group personal training Centre behind Decathlon in City Centre. We require some festive stalls, ethical goods or any other suggested stalls for our event. We have a very large space and we will have various companies exhibiting. We will be advertising this to our 300+ members + general public through advertising. If you are interested in appearing then please submit the details of your business and contact details for further consideration. Thank you for Reading Scotty :-)
  4. Hi fellow Sheffield Business, My Name is Scott Reynolds from Prime Mover. We have 2 gyms in Sheffield with 300+ members and we concentrate very heavily on quality clean Nutrition, detoxifying products, and ultimate health (as well as exercise of course). I am planning a Charity Tea & Cake event in December(date to be finalised) serving gluten, grain, dairy and refined sugar free Buns & Cakes all washed down with some beautiful herbal teas.. I am approaching Sheffield businesses about exhibiting quality, healthy & ethical products/services from a small stand or simply just to attend. I wondered if this would be of interest to you as feel it would be a great introduction to your range/services whilst raising funds for Local Charity "Kids N Cancer". If you would like to talk further about this then please do not hesitate to contact me my email or call me on 07778 549 978. I would also be interested in knowing (if applicable) whether you offer drop shipping services for my new website?? PLUS we would like to offer any of your staff a FREE 2 week trial at 1 of our Group Personal Training Centres in Sheffield. We specialise in range of essential areas from reintroducing people back into exercise through to muscle building programmes to get you ripped. WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT TO ANY WHERE ELSE IN SOUTH YORKSHIRE? First off Prime Mover is a Lifestyle Brand, not just a gym, meaning we DON'T just induct you and then leave you to your own devices to run mindlessly on a treadmill, hit the sauna and then call at McDonalds on the way home for tea. Prime Mover from DAY 1 support clients to achieve results in Fitness & Weight loss with Guided Nutrition which works as they become lifestyle changes , and we don't end there! We support clients in Goal Setting, motivation and personal progression and we have seen peoples confidence and motivation go through the roof and clients report MASSIVE changes in all areas of their lives. Secondly, Prime Mover is more than a Gym, in fact you will not find a treadmill in sight at our premises behind Decathlon, or at our site near Meadowhall. We know that "normal" gyms are.. well BORING and members rarely yield the results they desire. We use alternative equipment such as Kettlebells, TRX suspension trainers, heavy ropes, beer barrels, JCB tyres, sledgehammers.... you get the gist, THIS IS NO NORMAL GYM! Workouts are fun, motivating, structured and only last 45 minutes. Our workouts are High Intensity Interval Training sessions where you will work as a small group and be motivated throughout by one of our highly trained, highly motivated Personal Trainers. Our sessions are proven to be 9 times as effective as normal exercise and best yet, you continue to burn fat afterwards! Prime Mover is a Local company and we are keep to forge cohesive partnerships with fellow Sheffield businesses. TAKE ACTION today to claim your FREE 2 WEEK TRIAL + WE GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL DROP A JEAN/DRESS SIZE IN 30 DAYS- OR YOUR MONEY BACK!!!!! Contact bookings@prime-mover.co.uk or you can call on 01142 866236. http://prime-mover.co.uk/ Thank you for reading and see you soon. Regards Scotty Reynolds * Prime Mover * Global Fitness Music * Caveman Corner Shop * Believe & Achieve Retreat
  5. Hi fellow Sheffield Business, My Name is Scott Reynolds from Prime Mover. We have 2 gyms in Sheffield with 300+ members and we concentrate very heavily on quality clean Nutrition, detoxifying products, and ultimate health (as well as exercise of course). I am planning a Charity Tea & Cake event in December(date to be finalised) serving gluten, grain, dairy and refined sugar free Buns & Cakes all washed down with some beautiful herbal teas.. I am approaching Sheffield businesses about exhibiting quality, healthy & ethical products/services from a small stand or simply just to attend. I wondered if this would be of interest to you as feel it would be a great introduction to your range/services whilst raising funds for Local Charity "Kids N Cancer". If you would like to talk further about this then please do not hesitate to contact me my email or call me on 07778 549 978. I would also be interested in knowing (if applicable) whether you offer drop shipping services for my new website?? PLUS we would like to offer any of your staff a FREE 2 week trial at 1 of our Group Personal Training Centres in Sheffield. We specialise in range of essential areas from reintroducing people back into exercise through to muscle building programmes to get you ripped. WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT TO ANY WHERE ELSE IN SOUTH YORKSHIRE? First off Prime Mover is a Lifestyle Brand, not just a gym, meaning we DON'T just induct you and then leave you to your own devices to run mindlessly on a treadmill, hit the sauna and then call at McDonalds on the way home for tea. Prime Mover from DAY 1 support clients to achieve results in Fitness & Weight loss with Guided Nutrition which works as they become lifestyle changes , and we don't end there! We support clients in Goal Setting, motivation and personal progression and we have seen peoples confidence and motivation go through the roof and clients report MASSIVE changes in all areas of their lives. Secondly, Prime Mover is more than a Gym, in fact you will not find a treadmill in sight at our premises behind Decathlon, or at our site near Meadowhall. We know that "normal" gyms are.. well BORING and members rarely yield the results they desire. We use alternative equipment such as Kettlebells, TRX suspension trainers, heavy ropes, beer barrels, JCB tyres, sledgehammers.... you get the gist, THIS IS NO NORMAL GYM! Workouts are fun, motivating, structured and only last 45 minutes. Our workouts are High Intensity Interval Training sessions where you will work as a small group and be motivated throughout by one of our highly trained, highly motivated Personal Trainers. Our sessions are proven to be 9 times as effective as normal exercise and best yet, you continue to burn fat afterwards! Prime Mover is a Local company and we are keep to forge cohesive partnerships with fellow Sheffield businesses. TAKE ACTION today to claim your FREE 2 WEEK TRIAL + WE GUARANTEE THAT YOU WILL DROP A JEAN/DRESS SIZE IN 30 DAYS- OR YOUR MONEY BACK!!!!! Contact bookings@prime-mover.co.uk or you can call on 01142 866236. http://prime-mover.co.uk/ Thank you for reading and see you soon. Regards Scotty Reynolds * Prime Mover * Global Fitness Music * Caveman Corner Shop * Believe & Achieve Retreat
  6. Hi, just wondering if any martial arts clubs need a place to train. We have 2 gym units in city centre & near meadowhall which has availability for clubs to train in a quality environment. matted areas, cheap rates. inbox for details :-)
  7. Hi there guys, thanks for responding. Scottf- your recovery could be helped by walking rather than running in Vibrams. seriously, pop along and see whats on offer. Placebo- please pop down and check out some new styles, everyone needs more than 1 pair, im a bit of an addict, lol. TJC1- lovely to see people reading some proper books on nutrition etc. You should defo join us and check out or gym also. We are a Primal gym specialising in equipment that Mark advocates in his book and our sessions are all Functional Training using alternative equipment such as Kettlebells, Ropes, JCB tyres, Sledgehammers, TRX, Prowlers etc and would work great longside your reading. We advocate a Primal Lifestyle with guided nutrition, support, motivation etc and we have TRANSFORMED many lives in Sheffield and continue to do so. If you would like to try us for FREE for 2 WEEKS then I can organise this for you with NO OBLIGATION. Just private message me with your phone number and email and we can sort this out for you. It would be great if you could get down on Monday to check out the Gym and have a nosey :-) Hope to see you down Monday night at 7.30 guys :-)
  8. lol................................. If only that was the truth! Pop down pal and find out the real deal!
  9. FREE BAREFOOT WORKSHOP-benefits of exercising barefoot/wearing Vibram 5 Fingers Provisional Date: 28/5/12, Time: TBC VENUE: Prime Mover Group Personal Training Centre (Prime Mover City) Granton Works, Sylvester Street Sheffield S1 4RN (Behind Decathlon) Ever wondered what/why people wear Vibram Five Fingers or train Barefoot?? want to train better, correct form and decrease injury risk? Then come along and let us explain, PLUS ITS FREE!!!! And you will have the chance to purchase Vibram Five Fingers at a discounted rate :-) Bit of info to wet your whistle with: Barefoot technology Ancient wisdom. Modern technology. There is gathering scientific evidence that walking barefoot results in enhanced performance and decreased injury risk (Wharburton 2001). There is evolutionary evidence too. The foot has been 270,000,000 years in the making. With each passing generation - and each developing species - the biomechanics of the foot have been refined and enhanced to produce what we see before us - or below us - today. To allow the foot to function as it was designed requires either walking barefoot – which in many instances is impractical and potentially hazardous – or requires footwear which offer protection without altering the function of the 270 million year-old design: the vibram Fivefingers®. 10 reasons to go barefoot! 1. Enhanced running efficiency; research has shown that running barefoot results in a 4% increase in efficiency. It is not clear why this is, though it is likely to be due in part to the toes and the arches of the foot being allowed to function more effectively without a stiff sole and unforgiving arch supports. 2. Facilitated venous return resulting in: a. Decreased blood pressure;this is true – particularly if walking on uneven ground (ie cobbled streets or off road). The walking itself, of course, helps to support good cardiovascular function but, in addition, the fact that the foot strikes the ground at a slightly different angle with each step and is allowed to roll over the naturally convex heel (rather than a flat, straight, rubber plate) means that multiple muscle groups are activated resulting in greater pumping of blood back through the valve-based venous system (Vines 2005). b. Reduced risk of deep vein thrombosis;for the same reason as above (2a) there is less pooling of blood in the lower leg and enhanced venous return. c. Lower incidence of varicose veins;because there is better venous return, blood does not sit in the veins increasing pressure on the vein walls and creating varicosities. Instead it is pumped more efficiently back to the heart through enhanced muscular use in the lower leg. 3. Decreased ankle sprains; it is claimed that increased awareness of foot position from direct contact with the ground (Robbins et al., 1995) may decrease risk of ankle sprain – and/or the reduced leverage and consequently twisting around the ankle (sub-talar) joint from going “barefoot” minimizes the risk of spraining the joint during a stumble (Stacoff et al., 1996). 4. Lowered risk of shin splints; chronic ailments such as shin splints, ilio-tibial band syndrome and peri-patellar pain are attributed variously to altered biomechanical loading of the limbs (Siff and Verkhoshansky, 1999, p.451). When running barefoot on hard surfaces, the runner compensates for the lack of cushioning underfoot by plantar-flexing the foot at contact, thus giving a softer landing (Frederick, 1986). Barefoot runners also land mid-foot, increasing the work of the foot's soft tissue support structures, thereby increasing their strength and possibly reducing the risk of injury (Yessis 2000, p.124). 5. Minimize back pain; walking barefoot means, inherently, that the only heel you’re walking on is your own. Walking wearing standard shoes means, almost inevitably, you’ll have an extra heel. Any change in the orientation of the heel instantly changes the mechanics of the arch of the foot, but importantly also changes the mechanics of the low back – increasing the curve. An increased curve in the low back means that the small facet joints on the back of the spine which are not designed for weight bearing (Bogduk 2003) become loaded and, across time, painful. 6. Enhance proprioception; 70% of the body’s terminal nerve endings finish in the hands and feet. Of course, if you look to the evolution of vertebrates you find that they progressed from fish, to tetrapods (ie forelimbs and hindlimbs in touch with the ground) then finally to bipeds. Bipedalism not only requires significant balance but, by definition, means that our only two consistent points of contact with our surrounding environment are our feet. This is reflected by the fact that there are 200,000 sensory nerve endings in the sole of the foot – more than anywhere else in the body. 7. Strengthen intrinsic foot musculature; just as when you support a broken limb with a plaster the muscles weaken and atrophy, so when you support a foot the muscles weaken and atrophy. Weak muscles make for greater injury risk, greater dependency on shoes, and impaired performance. Don’t let yourself become a statistic. 8. Maximise biomechanical performance; funnily enough, the arches of the foot evolved that way not by chance, but for a reason. Counter to the commonly held belief that the arches are there to absorb shock, in actuality the arches are designed to store energy and return that energy to the gait cycle on the next step. Similarly, the natural arches of the spine are designed to perfectly store energy as the body “derotates” during the gait cycle (Gracovetsky 1988, 1997, 2001). Wearing shoes that “support” the arch prevent the arches from performing their function, while any change in heel height above that of the forefoot results in changes to the spinal curves compromising energy storage and recoil in these two key areas for efficiency and performance. 9. Diminish risk of bunions; the traditional shape of shoes means that they round to a point somewhere in front of the 2nd or 3rd toe. This means that the big toe is often pushed towards the middle of the foot and the same is true of the little toe. This phenomenon coupled with a heel on the shoe – which loads the big toe even further – results in a deviation of the big toe called hallux valgus and ultimately bunions may develop. 10. Optimise balance / prevent falls; we mentioned above (point 6) that the feet provide significant sensory feedback to the brain and are therefore critical in balance and efficient gait. However, it is sad to learn that the leading cause of death in people of the age of 65 years is not heart attacks, not cancer and not strokes – but falling (Chek 2004). In fact, 25% of elderly people who fall and fracture a hip, die within 1 year of that fall. Glossary Atrophy: A lack of nutrition to a tissue, resulting in wasting of that tissue. Tetrapod: A creature which habitually stands on four limbs. Gait cycle: The repetitive cyclical motion of walking or running. Venous return: The return of blood, via the veins, from the periphery toward the heart. References Wharburton M. (2001) Barefoot running. Sportscience 5(3), sportsci.org , 2001 Vines G, (2005) Put a wild wobble in your walk. New Scientist. 24th December, Issue 2531 pg51 Gracovetsky S (2004) Stability or Controlled Instability? One day workshop, London. Gracovetsky S, (198 The Spinal Engine. Publisher: Springer-VerlagGracovetsky S, (1997) Linking the spinal engine with the legs: A theory of human gait in Movement, Stability and Low Back Pain – the essential role of the pelvis. Ed.s Vleeming, Mooney, Dorman, Snijders & Stoeckart. Publisher: Churchill Livingstone pp243-252. Gracovetsky S, (2001) Analysis and interpretation of gait in relation to lumbopelvic function in Proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain, Montreal. Chek, P (2005) Balance Training for the Elderly. Yessis M (2000). Explosive running. Illinois, USA. Contemporary Books Robbins S, Waked E (1997). Hazards of deceptive advertising of athletic footwear. British Journal of Sports Medicine31,299-303 Siff MC, Verkhoshansky YV (1999). Supertraining (4th ed.). Denver, Colorado. Supertraining International Frederick EC (1986). Kinematically mediated effects of sports shoe design: a review. Journal of Sports Sciences 4, 169-184 Stacoff A, Steger J, Stussi E, Reinschmidt C (1996). Lateral stability in sideward cutting movements. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28, 350-358 Bogduk N, (2005) Clinical anatomy of the lumbar spine and sacrum(4th Edition). Publisher: Elsevier Source: http://www.primallifestyle.com/barefoot/ TEXT 07778 549 978 TO BOOK YOUR PLACE :-)
  10. FREE BAREFOOT WORKSHOP-benefits of exercising barefoot/wearing Vibram 5 Fingers Provisional Date: 28/5/12, Time: TBC VENUE: Prime Mover Group Personal Training Centre (Prime Mover City) Granton Works, Sylvester Street Sheffield S1 4RN (Behind Decathlon) Ever wondered what/why people wear Vibram Five Fingers or train Barefoot?? want to train better, correct form and decrease injury risk? Then come along and let us explain, PLUS ITS FREE!!!! And you will have the chance to purchase Vibram Five Fingers at a discounted rate :-) Bit of info to wet your whistle with: Barefoot technology Ancient wisdom. Modern technology. There is gathering scientific evidence that walking barefoot results in enhanced performance and decreased injury risk (Wharburton 2001). There is evolutionary evidence too. The foot has been 270,000,000 years in the making. With each passing generation - and each developing species - the biomechanics of the foot have been refined and enhanced to produce what we see before us - or below us - today. To allow the foot to function as it was designed requires either walking barefoot – which in many instances is impractical and potentially hazardous – or requires footwear which offer protection without altering the function of the 270 million year-old design: the vibram Fivefingers®. 10 reasons to go barefoot! 1. Enhanced running efficiency; research has shown that running barefoot results in a 4% increase in efficiency. It is not clear why this is, though it is likely to be due in part to the toes and the arches of the foot being allowed to function more effectively without a stiff sole and unforgiving arch supports. 2. Facilitated venous return resulting in: a. Decreased blood pressure;this is true – particularly if walking on uneven ground (ie cobbled streets or off road). The walking itself, of course, helps to support good cardiovascular function but, in addition, the fact that the foot strikes the ground at a slightly different angle with each step and is allowed to roll over the naturally convex heel (rather than a flat, straight, rubber plate) means that multiple muscle groups are activated resulting in greater pumping of blood back through the valve-based venous system (Vines 2005). b. Reduced risk of deep vein thrombosis;for the same reason as above (2a) there is less pooling of blood in the lower leg and enhanced venous return. c. Lower incidence of varicose veins;because there is better venous return, blood does not sit in the veins increasing pressure on the vein walls and creating varicosities. Instead it is pumped more efficiently back to the heart through enhanced muscular use in the lower leg. 3. Decreased ankle sprains; it is claimed that increased awareness of foot position from direct contact with the ground (Robbins et al., 1995) may decrease risk of ankle sprain – and/or the reduced leverage and consequently twisting around the ankle (sub-talar) joint from going “barefoot” minimizes the risk of spraining the joint during a stumble (Stacoff et al., 1996). 4. Lowered risk of shin splints; chronic ailments such as shin splints, ilio-tibial band syndrome and peri-patellar pain are attributed variously to altered biomechanical loading of the limbs (Siff and Verkhoshansky, 1999, p.451). When running barefoot on hard surfaces, the runner compensates for the lack of cushioning underfoot by plantar-flexing the foot at contact, thus giving a softer landing (Frederick, 1986). Barefoot runners also land mid-foot, increasing the work of the foot's soft tissue support structures, thereby increasing their strength and possibly reducing the risk of injury (Yessis 2000, p.124). 5. Minimize back pain; walking barefoot means, inherently, that the only heel you’re walking on is your own. Walking wearing standard shoes means, almost inevitably, you’ll have an extra heel. Any change in the orientation of the heel instantly changes the mechanics of the arch of the foot, but importantly also changes the mechanics of the low back – increasing the curve. An increased curve in the low back means that the small facet joints on the back of the spine which are not designed for weight bearing (Bogduk 2003) become loaded and, across time, painful. 6. Enhance proprioception; 70% of the body’s terminal nerve endings finish in the hands and feet. Of course, if you look to the evolution of vertebrates you find that they progressed from fish, to tetrapods (ie forelimbs and hindlimbs in touch with the ground) then finally to bipeds. Bipedalism not only requires significant balance but, by definition, means that our only two consistent points of contact with our surrounding environment are our feet. This is reflected by the fact that there are 200,000 sensory nerve endings in the sole of the foot – more than anywhere else in the body. 7. Strengthen intrinsic foot musculature; just as when you support a broken limb with a plaster the muscles weaken and atrophy, so when you support a foot the muscles weaken and atrophy. Weak muscles make for greater injury risk, greater dependency on shoes, and impaired performance. Don’t let yourself become a statistic. 8. Maximise biomechanical performance; funnily enough, the arches of the foot evolved that way not by chance, but for a reason. Counter to the commonly held belief that the arches are there to absorb shock, in actuality the arches are designed to store energy and return that energy to the gait cycle on the next step. Similarly, the natural arches of the spine are designed to perfectly store energy as the body “derotates” during the gait cycle (Gracovetsky 1988, 1997, 2001). Wearing shoes that “support” the arch prevent the arches from performing their function, while any change in heel height above that of the forefoot results in changes to the spinal curves compromising energy storage and recoil in these two key areas for efficiency and performance. 9. Diminish risk of bunions; the traditional shape of shoes means that they round to a point somewhere in front of the 2nd or 3rd toe. This means that the big toe is often pushed towards the middle of the foot and the same is true of the little toe. This phenomenon coupled with a heel on the shoe – which loads the big toe even further – results in a deviation of the big toe called hallux valgus and ultimately bunions may develop. 10. Optimise balance / prevent falls; we mentioned above (point 6) that the feet provide significant sensory feedback to the brain and are therefore critical in balance and efficient gait. However, it is sad to learn that the leading cause of death in people of the age of 65 years is not heart attacks, not cancer and not strokes – but falling (Chek 2004). In fact, 25% of elderly people who fall and fracture a hip, die within 1 year of that fall. Glossary Atrophy: A lack of nutrition to a tissue, resulting in wasting of that tissue. Tetrapod: A creature which habitually stands on four limbs. Gait cycle: The repetitive cyclical motion of walking or running. Venous return: The return of blood, via the veins, from the periphery toward the heart. References Wharburton M. (2001) Barefoot running. Sportscience 5(3), sportsci.org , 2001 Vines G, (2005) Put a wild wobble in your walk. New Scientist. 24th December, Issue 2531 pg51 Gracovetsky S (2004) Stability or Controlled Instability? One day workshop, London. Gracovetsky S, (1988) The Spinal Engine. Publisher: Springer-VerlagGracovetsky S, (1997) Linking the spinal engine with the legs: A theory of human gait in Movement, Stability and Low Back Pain – the essential role of the pelvis. Ed.s Vleeming, Mooney, Dorman, Snijders & Stoeckart. Publisher: Churchill Livingstone pp243-252. Gracovetsky S, (2001) Analysis and interpretation of gait in relation to lumbopelvic function in Proceedings of the 4th Interdisciplinary World Congress on Low Back and Pelvic Pain, Montreal. Chek, P (2005) Balance Training for the Elderly. Yessis M (2000). Explosive running. Illinois, USA. Contemporary Books Robbins S, Waked E (1997). Hazards of deceptive advertising of athletic footwear. British Journal of Sports Medicine31,299-303 Siff MC, Verkhoshansky YV (1999). Supertraining (4th ed.). Denver, Colorado. Supertraining International Frederick EC (1986). Kinematically mediated effects of sports shoe design: a review. Journal of Sports Sciences 4, 169-184 Stacoff A, Steger J, Stussi E, Reinschmidt C (1996). Lateral stability in sideward cutting movements. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise 28, 350-358 Bogduk N, (2005) Clinical anatomy of the lumbar spine and sacrum(4th Edition). Publisher: Elsevier Source: http://www.primallifestyle.com/barefoot/ TEXT 07778 549 978 TO BOOK YOUR PLACE :-)
  11. VENUE: Electric Works, Sheffield Digital Campus Sheffield, South Yorkshire S1 2BJ. TIME: 1pm. LEARN: Truth about Fats, The need for Probiotics & The worlds BEST AB exercises. PLUS: Guidance on Nutrition, questions answered and FREEE FOOOOOD!!! Come and try a host healthy clean foods, snack, smoothies & cakes. PLUS: CLAIM YOUR 2 WEEK FREE GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING VOUCHER AT SHEFFIELDS No1 FITNESS & FAT LOSS CENTRE!!! Run by Paul Glazby of Prime Mover Group Personal Training Centre & Kelly Rennie UKs Top Sponsored Fitness Model, Athlete & Published Writer - World Sport Model Agency Winner 2010 http://WWW.KELLYRENNIE.COM text 07778 549 978 to book your place
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  13. ROLL UP, 2 PLACES LEFT. THIS IS WHAT YOUR BODY NEEDS TO START 2012 WITH THE RESULTS YOU DESERVE: BOOK BEFORE 6th Jan and quote Scott for special discounted rate of £119. Includes accommodation, food, snacks, 6 exercise sessions, positivity techniques,nutrition advice, menu planning and goal setting. Dont wait until 3 weeks before your holiday to get in shape, do it TODAY http://www.believeachieve-retreat.com Fitness Camp in South Yorkshire, with guaranteed weight loss from Believe & Achieve Retreat http://www.believeachieve-retreat.com Described as ‘inspiring’ and ‘empowering’ by clients this is not a quick-fix bootcamp; but a weekend that will give you the time to identify your goals, re-focus on your life and feel positive about your future. A weekend programme that will provide you with the tools, understanding and belief you can achieve anything you want.
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