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Have you ever experienced a time when you’ve steadily been losing weight/inches and then it just comes to a stand still?! If this rings a bell then maybe it’s time to re-evaluate. These 7 tactics are a good starting point to help you break through the plateau.

Keep An “Honest” Food Diary

This is a proven technique for weight loss. When an “honest” food diary is kept it forces you to keep an accurate account of what food you eat including portion sizes and all the other little indulgences you have here and there that could very well be sabotaging your weight loss efforts.

Get More Sleep

There’s clear scientific links between sleep deprivation and weight gain. It messes up your hormones resulting in an increased appetite, cravings, poor workouts and a decrease in overall energy expenditure. So make sure you get your Zzzzz

Eat More Frequently

And no that was not a typo! Though counterintuitive, increasing the frequency of meals can kickstart weight loss. Skipping meals can lower your metabolism and cause your body to hold onto calories by storing them as fat. Whereas, eating small, but frequent healthy meals throughout the day keeps your metabolism firing. Your blood sugar levels will also be more stable and so you’re less likely to raid the pantry cupboards.

Change Your Workout Routine

If long bouts of steady state cardio and/or doing the same old routine aren’t producing the goods then it’s time for a change as your body isn’t responding. High-intensity interval training (HIIT), is a form of cardio that involves alternating sets of intense exertion with brief recovery and has been shown to burn more fat in a fraction of the time than traditional cardio. The whole idea is to shock and re-boot your system to get it losing weight again.

Increase Protein Intake

Consuming protein has been shown to lead to more fat loss. Healthy protein sources combined with resistance training significantly improves overall body composition.


Stress increases the body’s production of the hormone cortisol, which has been linked to both weight gain and increased appetite. Other side effects of too much stress include poor sleep and digestive problems, both of which will derail your body’s ability to burn fat.


If you’re doing everything correctly, and have been doing it for a long time and you’re not losing any weight despite all your hard efforts there’s a possibility your body has shutdown. If you’ve over dieted/over trained your body will be tired, stressed and will fight back. Timeout could be exactly what’s needed to re-set your system.


I’m a firm believer that you don’t need to go to the gym or have fancy kit to get fit.

When it comes to exercise there’s more than one way to skin a cat.

Still not convinced?

Well, keep reading because I’m going to show you how.

For me, you’ve the best resource right on your doorstep – your body.

It’s free, with you 24/7 and very versatile.

There’s a gazillion ways you can use your body to trim down and get toned that doesn’t involve sweaty intimidating gyms. Not to mention the time you waste getting there/back, and the expensive membership fees.

In today’s world time is precious, and the stressors of work, family, and everyday life often make a workout the last priority.

Sound familiar?

The tips I’m about to share for working out with or without a gym can easily help you stay on track with your health and fitness goals and they’re so achievable!

Many of my B-Fit clients have done these and so can you my friend.

Give these exercises a go and be sure to let me know how you get on ok?

Bodyweight Training

The benefits of strength training are well known. If you don’t have access to free weights or machines, you can use the best machine of all – yourself.

Using your own body weight for strength and conditioning offers plenty of versatile exercise options, and can be done anywhere – home, hotel room, garage, beach, and at the park.

Here’s some of my personal favourites:

  • Lunges
  • Squats
  • Pushups
  • Planks
  • Burpees
  • Mountain Climbers

Very often bodyweight exercises are put into a circuit by doing a set of each exercise without stopping until you’ve completed one set of every exercise, which equals one circuit.

In fact, a few weeks ago I shared a great Fat Blasting Bodyweight Circuit Workout HERE. Make sure you check it out 😊


I know it sounds a bit weird but you can turn household items into calorie-torching, body-sculpting tools.

Those large water bottles, cans of beans, and bags of rice in your store cupboard aren’t just for cooking. If you don’t have access to dumbbells or machines, these will do the job.

You can do bicep curls, shoulder presses, and tricep kick backs with them as well as many more fantastic exercises.

Other ideas include a gallon jug of water. You can even grab a couple bags of sand from a local DIY store. These are all great to squat, lunge and do step ups with.

Chairs and towels and other household items can help shake up your routine by supporting your body weight and adding movements that engage your core, and improve your balance.

Other Opportunities To Move

Take the stairs, park furthest away from the door, and take a walk around the block during your lunch hour are all very easy ways to squeeze in more exercise.

We all know that exercise is a key factor in weight loss so let’s make it happen.

If you need help getting motivated and/or don’t know where to start give me a call on 07748298728 for a FREE confidential chat.

I’m here to help.

Love Gaynor x


I’m a firm believer that you don’t need to go to the gym to get fit.

There’s a gazillion ways to trim down and get toned that don’t involve sweaty intimidating gyms. Not to mention the time you waste getting there/back, and the expensive membership fees.

I don’t normally share free workouts in my blogs simply because I don’t know everyone’s specific goals, health, injuries, imbalances, and mechanics … which is why at B-Fit we do an in-depth assessment of each client before we start.

But on this occasion, I’m going to break the rules and share one of my most popular B-Fit fat blaster bodyweight workouts, and just in time for Summer too.

The great thing about this workout is you can do it anywhere – home, hotel room, garage, beach, and at the park.

In a nutshell – anywhere.

So give this thigh shrinking, fat burning workout a go and be sure to let me know how you get on ok?!

It’s suitable for anyone but especially if you’re looking to lose weight, drop inches and get toned whilst also strengthening your heart/lungs and giving yourself a nice dose of happy endorphins 😊

Let’s jump straight in.


  • Warm up before you start
  • Complete circuit 4-5 times per week, a minimum 3
  • Complete with or without weights
  • Go straight from one exercise onto the next
  • Rest 30-60 secs after entire circuit
  • Reduce/increase rest according to fitness levels
  • Repeat entire circuit 3-4 times


Click the links below to see a video demo of each exercise.

As I said be sure to let me know how you get on, and if you’ve any questions ping me an email to GAYNOR@B-FIT.UK.COM

Also …

If you need extra help or something tailored specifically for you then book a FREE B-FIT SESSION. Simply give me a tinkle on 07748298728 for a confidential no obligation chat.

Another option is a FREE trial of my SMALL GROUP PT COURSE this Thursday 22nd June at 7pm in St Stephen’s church hall, Hightown.

If you’re up for some fat burning fun and games with yours truly + some lovely women then come along.

Exercise should be fun, time efficient and get results. Combined with the right food, and a good night’s sleep you’ll be well on your way to feeling fit and fabulous.

Thank you, as always, for reading and allowing me to be a part of your world.

Until next time, have a super week.

Love Gaynor x


Batwing arms. Arm jiggle. Arm flab.

Whatever you want to call it, if I got a pound for every time I got asked how to tone the back of the arms I’d be one rich woman!

If you are tired of waving your arms in the air and seeing your underarms jiggle in all directions your in the right place.

When it comes to toned arms it’s a combination of a healthy diet and doing cardio & strength training.

Today, I’m just going to focus on the exercise side of things. It isn’t just about your rep ranges, sets, intensity, and programming. It’s about choosing the right exercises to maximise muscle tone and condition.

First a mini anatomy lesson.

There are 3 main heads of the triceps (hence the word tri) and you have to focus on all 3 in order to tighten and tone your arms to their full potential. The triceps account for over two-thirds of your overall upper arm so don’t neglect them.

The outer head and medial head of the triceps are often targeted with the same exercise, however, the long head is the area which needs more targeted focus. This is also the part of the triceps which sets your arms apart, giving them that overall tone, diamond shape, and fullness from all angles.

Here’s the exercises that will do just that:

Incline Dumbbell Skull Crushers 

This is a perfect exercise to stimulate your long head tricep. You’ll also gain an extra stretch at the bottom with the isometric contraction, and the slight incline on the bench will allow you to gain a fuller range of motion. Focus on using a pause at the bottom of each rep to really maximise that stretch on the long head.

  • Lie on a bench with a slight incline
  • Holding two dumbbells directly above your shoulders
  • Arms fully extended and form a 90-degree angle from your torso
  • Palms of your hands should be facing forward, elbows tucked in
  • Inhale, slowly lower the dumbbells until they are near your ears
  • Always keep your upper arms stationary, elbows tucked in
  • Exhale, use your triceps to return the weight to the start position

Close Push Ups

If you are new to this exercise and do not have the strength to perform it, you can either bend your legs at the knees to take off resistance or perform the exercise against the wall instead of the floor.

  • Kneel on the floor
  • Place your hands on the floor closer than shoulder width
  • Extend your legs straight behind you and get into a plank position
  • You are holding your torso up at arm’s length
  • Lower yourself until chest almost touches the floor as you inhale
  • Using triceps, press body back up to the start position and exhale
  • Squeeze your chest at the top

Dumbbell Kick Backs

  • Hold a dumbbell in each hand and palms facing torso
  • Keep your back straight, slight bend in the knees
  • Bend forward at the waist
  • Your torso should be almost parallel to the floor
  • Upper arms should be close to your torso and parallel to the floor
  • Forearms pointed towards the floor as you hold the weights
  • There should be 90-degrees between your forearm and upper arm (start position)
  • While keeping your upper arms stationary, exhale and use your triceps to lift the weights until the arm is fully extended
  • Always focus on moving the forearm
  • Pause at the top contraction, inhale and slowly lower the dumbbells back down

A couple of variations for you …

This exercise can be executed one arm at a time. Also, if you like the one arm variety, you can use a cable with a low pulley handle instead of a dumbbell for better peak contraction. In this case, the palms should be facing up (supinated grip) as opposed to the torso (neutral grip).

Weighted Narrow Grip Bench Dips 

Weighted narrow grip dips are a great overall tricep exercise. With this exercise really focus on driving through your triceps rather than your shoulders.

  • Place a bench behind your back and another one in front of you
  • With the benches perpendicular to your body, hold on to one bench on its edge with the hands close to your body
  • Your arms should be fully extended
  • Legs will be extended forward on top of the other bench parallel to the floor while your torso is to be perpendicular to the floor
  • Have your partner place the weight on your lap
  • Lower your body as you inhale by bending at the elbows until you lower yourself far enough to where there is an angle slightly smaller than 90 degrees between the upper arm and the forearm
  • Keep the elbows as close as possible throughout the movement
  • Forearms should always be pointing down
  • Using your triceps push your torso up again while exhaling and squeeze at the top

Have a play with these exercises, and be sure to let me know how you get on.

Any Q’s shoot me an email to gaynor@b-fit.uk.com. Until next time have a super week.

Gaynor x

3 Proven Strategies To Get A Flat Stomach

Would you like a flat stomach? I don’t think I know anyone who wouldn’t!

If I had a pound for every time, I get asked how to get a flat tummy I’d be one rich woman. So I’ve decided to hit the nail on the head and do a blog on this very topic.

To trim your waistline you have to have a basic understanding of how the abdominal muscles function and how your body burns fat. You might already have toned strong abs, but if there’s a layer of fat hiding them, they won’t be visible. It’s that simple.

All of us already have a flat stomach. It just gets hidden by this excess fat. Fat is excess calories and is primarily stored in layers above the muscle. Muscle cannot turn into fat and fat cannot turn into muscle. However, you can lose muscle and you can gain fat. That’s what happens to most people especially as they get older. If your goal is to have a flat stomach, the first thing you need to do is to reduce the extra layers of fat.

You cannot spot fat reduce. Some folks are genetically blessed with very even fat distribution, but the majority of people will have stubborn fat pockets or receptors where they hold fat. The only way to get rid of these and achieve a flat tummy is to get lean.

The other bummer is that for alot of people “lower” abdominal fat is the last to go. If you think about it, most people appear leaner in the upper abdomen region first and not the lower. This is quite common.

Achieving that toned trimmed waistline comes down to these 3 proven strategies:

  1. Clean Diet + Stable Blood Sugars

Having a squeaky clean diet and especially keeping your blood sugar levels stable is top of my list. This will make it much easier for your body to utilise those fat stores for fuel.

To stabilise your blood sugar, you must eat little and often. I recommend every 2-3 hours. The key is to give your body only what it needs at that time. If you over feed, where do you think it’s going? Yip, body fat. So be mindful of your portion sizes.

What you fuel your body with is also important. Avoid anything that spikes your blood sugar levels such as cakes, cookies, fizzy drinks and so on. Instead, nourish your body with vegetables (especially greens), fruits, nuts, berries, whole grains, and lean proteins.

  1. Progressive Strength Training Including Abs

I am a huge fan of progressive strength training for many reasons. I especially love the way it revs your metabolism up for hours after exercise. This is called “afterburn” and it occurs when you exercise and take yourself beyond what you’re capable of doing i.e. you push hard. Your body then uses the next 12, 24, 36 hours to recover metabolically and that means it’s burning extra calories which helps you get lean.

Many people don’t see the abs as muscles but they very much are. Just like all other muscles in our body they need to be trained progressively working them harder each time.

The primary function of the ab muscles is to flex your torso forward. However, there are also ab muscles that flex to the side and those that rotate your torso.

To achieve a balanced, toned stomach you need to incorporate exercises that work in all these directions i.e. forward flexion, side flexion and rotation.

  1. Cardio Especially Short Intense Workouts

Cardio workouts are important because they can, if done correctly, increase your metabolism for hours afterwards. This means you are less likely to store any excess calories as body fat because they are more likely to be burned off by your elevated metabolism.

So lemme ask you this …

Are you happy with your progress? Your current condition? If not, I can help.

The reality is that the majority of people don’t know enough about the human body, fitness, nutrition and hormones to achieve their goals.

I recommend you start implementing the 3 strategies above. This is a great starting point which can help you take control of your metabolism and burn off excess body fat and have you looking and feeling fab.

If you would like my input, a personalised plan and advice, please call or text me on 07748298728.

Much love and appreciation

Gaynor x


As promised …

Round 2 on “How To Lose Weight Without Getting Out Of Bed”.

Now, if you missed part 1 on why sleep is so integral to our health, no sweat, click here to read.

Today, in part 2, I’m going to share 14 ways how you can improve your sleep and so prime your body for weight loss.

Some are pretty obvious, but I always feel it’s important to remind ourselves on core principals. I think all of us are guilty, myself included, of knowing something but not applying it.

Let’s get started.

Technology Off

Computers, TV, mobiles, iPads, and games all off at least an hour before you hit the sack.

Try and do something that unwinds and relaxes you such as read a book. You want to get yourself into that sleepy mode where you produce the bedtime hormone melatonin which induces and regulates sleep and wake cycles.

Pre-Bedtime Snacks

Try having tryptophan rich foods before bedtime. This will encourage your body to convert the amino acid tryptophan to serotonin and then ultimately to melatonin.

Foods rich in tryptophan include seeds & nuts, eggs, and lean proteins such as chicken and turkey.

Cherries apparently contain natural melatonin so you could give that a try too.


If you struggle with sleep, you may want to consider a supplement.

One of my favourites is Nutricalm. It contains vitamin B complex and vitamin C. Both these nutrients become very depleted when the body is under stress and there’s a lack of sleep. Nutricalm also contains chamomile which is known for it’s soothing and calm properties.


Try and keep your bedroom as dark as possible. If this is difficult, try an eye mask. Darkness also helps the production of melatonin. An hour before you get into bed have all the house lights dimmed.

I’m also a candle fanatic so I highly recommend them to create that zen like ambience.

Bed Early

I’m so guilty of not doing this!

Sleep has a direct correlation on your metabolism and, therefore, your ability to lose and keep off the pounds. Let me explain why this is …

If you get to bed earlier, you will have more rapid eye movement (REM). Without going into mega detail, REM is a stage of the sleep cycle where your brain is highly active and so burns more calories. The more REM you have, the more calories you burn and the more alive/energised you will feel the next day.

Also, sleep deprivation wreaks havoc with your hunger hormones leptin and ghrelin and guess what? You’re more likely to over eat. Pretty annoying huh?! Cortisol levels also increase, which means increased stress and possible weight gain.

So I’m going to re-repeat do NOT overlook the importance of sleep not just for weight loss but for your general health too. I’m not saying to go to bed hours earlier. That’s not practical, but even 30 mins earlier each day will help. It all adds up.


Meditation is well proven to help calm the mind, and it also helps the production of melatonin. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking you need to do 30 mins or an hour a day. 10 mins of solid meditation will work wonders. Remember, it’s about progression not perfection my friend.

There are some great meditation apps and soothing music on iTunes so get downloading. A few people I’d recommend you look at are Abraham Hicks, Eckhart Tolle and Gabby Bernstein.

Limit/Zero Caffeine

I think all of us know we should limit caffeine especially pre-bedtime. The stimulant effect of caffeine makes it hard to fall asleep and so limits the amount of restful sleep you have. If you need a warm drink don’t forget chamomile tea is very calming.

Limit/Zero Alcohol

Like caffeine, all of us know deep down this isn’t good before bed. One of the things that’s confusing about booze is it’s very relaxing at the time, but here’s the clincher … when alcohol is broken down, acetaldehyde is produced. It acts as a stimulant and wakes us up. So I’m afraid it’s a no no. Meh 🙁


Now because I love and care about you peeps, you are not going to hear me utter the words reduce or limit because I really want you to cut this out completely. It’s a cocktail of chemicals. Also, nicotine is similar to alcohol/caffeine in that it’s a stimulant and not good for our sleep. It also decreases our slow wave sleep, which means less restorative sleep.

Quality Bedding

Invest in a good quality mattress. Believe me, it’s worth the spend and your back and sleep will thank you for it. I also like extra soft fluffy sheets like flannelettes from John Lewis.

Room Temperature

The general guideline is not too hot or too cold.


I love my pre-bedtime baths. Complete bliss. Run yourself a nice hot tub with some of your favourite smelly oils 20 mins before bed.

Aromatherapy Oils

The most well known relaxing aromatherapy oil is lavender but don’t forget to try Ylang Ylang, Bergamot, Chamomile, Sandalwood, Marjoram and Cedarwood. See what resonates for you the most.

You can pour a few drops in your bath, spray a little on your pillow, add a few drops to a tissue and hold close, or apply a scented lotion.

I’ve used these techniques many a time when feeling low, a little stressed and agitated. Trust me, it works.


You know I’m a huge advocator of exercise but not right before bedtime especially if it’s an intense session. The sort of exercise that’s ok late on is restorative yoga but that’s about it.

Now I’d like to hear from you.

Which one of these sleep hygiene strategies are you going to give a go? Have you any tips for improving sleep you’d like to share? How do you prompt your body to know it’s time to wind down?

Please do let me know.

Love Gaynor x


FREE B-Fit Personal Training Session


Interested in a FREE one-to-one personal training session? Need help improving your sleep?

If you are, then you’re in for a treat because I’m giving away 2 spots. Check out the details here. 

All ages and fitness levels welcome.

But remember, there’s only 2 FREE places available so don’t delay. They’ll be snapped up soon.

Text or call me now on 07748298728 to book your FREE session.

Amanda feels like a new woman!

Amanda started with B-Fit on the small group personal trainer course, and then decided to carry on with a one-to-one B-Fit personal training course.

Since she began with B-Fit, Amanda has transformed how she and her family eat, and has made healthy eating and the right exercise an enjoyable part of everyday life !

Watch what Amanda has to say about her b-fit journey here:

For a FREE confidential chat about your goals, nutrition or exercise, call me on 07748 298728 or email gaynor@b-fit.uk.com

Anti-inflammatory smoothie

This delicious smoothie is packed full of nutrients and has anti-inflammatory properties, which is perfect to help you recover from the festive period!

antiinflammatory smoothie


Just throw all the ingredients into a blender or Nutri-Bullet and blitz it!


  • 1 inch of fresh ginger, grated
  • 1 inch of fresh turmeric, grated
  • Handful of baby spinach
  • Handful of watercress (or rocket/arugula)
  • 1 small soft avocado
  • 1/2 capsicum
  • Big handful of flat-leaf parsley and/ or coriander
  • 1 cup coconut water (or filtered water)
  • Big pinch of cayenne pepper
  • Pinch of pink  Himalyan salt


How to Stick to your New Year Resolutions in 2016

New Year Resolutions. They are notoriously hard to keep going all year. Thankfully I have a number of really effective strategies that will help you stick to your guns and achieve your New Year Resolution Goals in 2016!


Make small steps to help you go the distance

Make realistic resolutions that you know you can keep. If, for example, your aim is to exercise more frequently, schedule two or three days of exercise and keep it small – no more than an hour per session. That way you’re not shocking your system and all of a sudden heading to the gym seven days a week!

None of my clients head to the gym seven days a week, by the way. I believe in teaching the RIGHT exercise that saves you time and gets you results!

Do not diet. Getting it right and sticking with it is about making a decision and acknowledging that you need to stick with this for life. This lifestyle change can be daunting, so start small.

In my B-Fit B-Fabulous 21 Day weight Loss Plan, one of the main things we do is cut out gluten. Try to focus on just that for a couple of weeks and see how you feel. Remember, if you’re really stuck with your eating then you can always arrange a free confidential chat with me and we can talk through nutrition, teaching you how to enjoy the right foods for life. Text me on 07748 298728 to arrange a chat.

Change one behaviour at a time

Unhealthy behaviours develop over the course of time, therefore replacing unhealthy behaviours with healthy ones takes time. Don’t get overwhelmed and think that you have to reassess everything in your life. Instead, work toward changing one thing at a time.

It’s good to talk!

If you get stuck, you can always your experiences with family and friends. Consider joining a support group to reach your goals. My Personal Training Course Group is always incredibly supportive and I also have a group on Facebook  where likeminded B-Fit clients support one another and share recipes. Having someone to share your struggles and successes with makes your journey to a healthier lifestyle that much easier and less intimidating.

Don’t beat yourself up

Perfection is unattainable. Minor missteps when reaching your goals are completely normal and OK. Don’t give up completely because you ate too much chocolate, had a big night out or skipped the exercise for a week because you were busy. Everyone has ups and downs! Just resolve to recover from your mistakes and get back on track.

Call in the professionals!

Accepting help from those who care about you strengthens your resilience and ability to manage stress caused by your resolution.

If you feel overwhelmed or unable to meet your goals on your own, consider getting professional help. I’ve said it before and I will say it again, you wouldn’t cut your own hair or fix your own car (unless you are a hairdresser or mechanic!).

There is so much conflicting and untrue information out there when it comes to weight loss and getting fit. It is important to understand that you are unique and your body and goals will not be the same as the next person. You need to find what works for you. When I take on new clients, the journey starts by really identifying where you are now and where you want to be. What is your lifestyle like? Do you have limiting injuries? And so on.

I tailor a bespoke plan to YOU personally which means you will get better results in less time. I help women to easily and quickly change unhealthy behaviours and get results!

For a FREE confidential chat on your own resolutions and my strategies to help you keep them, arrange a one to one confidential B-Fit talk with me. Call or text me on 07748 298728 or emailgaynor@b-fit.uk.com


From ‘To Do’ to ‘Ta Da!’ in 2016

New Year is approaching, and if you’re like me you will have a ‘To Do’ list as long as your arm. It is very easy to let never-ending ‘To Do’ lists make you feel guilty and inadequate – there just aren’t enough hours in the day to get everything done!

But it doesn’t have to be this way. Let’s put a positive spin on the dreaded ‘To Do’ list, and instead focus on the B-Fit ‘Ta Da!’ list.

Ta Da

What is a Ta Da! list? It’s something I encourage my clients, friends and even my kids to do as a lovely self-reminder that YOU ARE AMAZING. And even if you experience blips, or setbacks on your journey towards better health, always remind yourself how far you’ve come – it is guaranteed to keep you on track and cheer you up.

The B-Fit Ta Da! list works in all areas of life, but I really like to use it with my clients to highlight their successes and achievements. And the day before New Year’s Eve is a perfect time to snuggle up with a warm herbal tea, grab a notebook and pen, and write down all the amazing changes, achievements and successes you have experienced over the past year.

This can include:

  • Ditching the fad diets
  • Banishing calorie counting in favour of counting nutrients instead
  • Making exercise an enjoyable part of their everyday life
  • Eliminating cravings for rubbishy unhealthy ‘food’
  • Bombarding their bodies with delicious nutritious foods that help their bodies work more efficiently and feel great
  • Introducing super healthy, quick, easy dishes into their everyday lives
  • Balanced their hormones and getting rid of PMT
  • Improving sleep
  • Being able to exercise – swim, cycle, play with their children and grand children
  • Improving energy levels
  • Drastically improved menopausal symptoms like hot flushes
  • Getting rid of coffee, tea and even Diet Coke addiction
  • Reducing alcohol to a healthier level
  • Improving self esteem, confidence and releasing more happy hormones!
  • Learning to love their bodies again and treating their bodies with the respect they deserve!

So what will be on your Ta Da! list this year?

If your Ta Da! list needs some inspiration, then you know I’m here for you. Just imagine what you could achieve in a month, two months or even 12 months from now!

For a FREE confidential chat about your health and wellness goals get in touch 07748 298728 or email gaynor@b-fit.uk.com