Principle Trainer - Tim Quickenden BSc. (Hons) Dip FTST

t. 07971 226931 e. timq@extrafit.co.uk

Testimonials :
"I find Extrafit professional, friendly and knowledgeable and I thoroughly enjoy my training." M.P. Wickham         "I damaged my back 5 years ago and contacted Tim at Extrafit. I do 2 one hour sessions a week and have not had a problem since" Chris. R, committed Extrafit fan         "To achieve my life-long goal of running the 26.2 miles of the London Marathon I realised I was going to need expert advice and I have the medals to prove it. Six years later, I am still training with Tim on a regular basis." Heather.S, Fareham         "Tim came to see me and took a very thorough health history and within a few days (before I could wonder what I'd done) I was starting my first session. To begin with we did a brisk walk for half the session followed by toning and stretching exercises." A fifty-something previously allergic to exercise. Nr Arlesford         "Extrafit coaching has helped, and continues to help me, to reach a high level of fitness, strength and stamina. Another benefit is in improving my ability to concentrate and focus." Matt Harris, Motor Racing Driver         "It is never boring, is an outlet from all the other pressures of work and family, and gives me a lot of pleasure." Beverley N. mid-Hants        

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News


Is running bad for you?

18 July 2010

It is often said, normally by those that either don't enjoy running or can't motivate themselves, that it is bad for you.  "It is bad for you knees!" is often a much used excuse.  Therefore, whilst it is an article that is a few years old, Extrafit was happy to see a regurgitated report on the BBC news website, concisely describing a solid scientific piece of research that that has not only shown that running is fine for the knees and other joints, but also found it can help to slow the ageing process.  Check it out here.....http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/7554293.stm

 

Tip of the Month

There is a widely publicised link between good nutrition and health/wellness.  “You are what you eat” is a phrase often used and is very true. As Personal Fitness trainers, it is vital that we not only focus on our client’s exercise and daily energy expenditure but also embrace their food intake. Read more

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