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The hardest part of making progress is definitely eating. It's also the most important part of training. You can lose weight from eating without training, whereas its not always the same when reversed. Eating from a plan can also be very tedious, where you eat the same thing every day.

My goal is not to give you a plan of food to read and eat, but to educate you on how to eat for a purpose AND enjoyment. With macronutrients being provided, I want to teach you how you can fit your favourite foods into your "every day meals" and still lose weight.

If your goal is to lose weight then you HAVE to be in a caloric deficit, there is no other way. There is no shortcut to losing weight either, it will be a long journey. I am here to help you along the way and make it as easy for you as possible.

If you're wanting to gain muscle, then you HAVE to be in a caloric surplus, fuelling your body for heavy training and resting on your off days. Building muscle is an even longer journey than weight loss, depending on your goals it can take decades to achieve your dream physique. You will need a plan for the entire process.

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Some of our Weight Loss stories

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Shaun has lost over 25kg in his fitness journey. He's gone from needing to use his arms to get out of a chair and struggling to do daily tasks, to back squatting his bodyweight! After reaching his weight loss goal of under 100kg, he has focused more on strength training and can now deadlift over 140kg and leg press almost 300kg! Shaun feels so much better in every way and has a lot more confidence in himself both in and out of the gym.

Shaun Baker

Renee began her journey with me at 83.9kg. She wanted to cut down some weight and get strong at the same time. Not only did she manage lose over 12kg, she also got strong enough to deadlift 100kg in the process! She is still working towards her weight loss goal and has broken below the 70kg bodyweight mark.

As a full time working Mom, she's proof there are excuses.

Renee Johnson

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