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THE ALTERNATIVE WAYS TO LOSE WEIGHT

You’ve tried out yoga, given Pilates a go and got bored of boxing, but have you heard of the new and exciting ways to get fit and healthy in London? Follow your DNA or slap on a pair of skis and you’ll lose weight in no time

1 DNAFit

Maximise your training with DNAFit, which uses genetic testing as the basis for a super-accurate personal diet and nutrition plan. South London personal training and wellbeing company Bodyshot is introducing both DNAFit Fitness Diet Pro (which tests genes for fitness and diet) and DNAFit Diet Pro (diet only). To find out more call  07401 441 818 or see bodyshot-pt.co.uk/dnafit

2 Anala Ayuevdic Therapy

Sonja Shah-Williams is a BSc (Hons) qualified Ayurvedic Therapist based in North London, passionately committed to helping her clients to alleviate modern day stress, prevent and manage chronic ailments such as obesity and Type 2 diabetes, and understand the cause and effect mechanisms involved in all health issues. So if you seek a long term solution to the likes of stress, insomnia, fatigue, skin problems and digestive imbalance, contact Sonja to arrange a consultation. Full details can be found at anala.co.uk

3 Nordic Walking

Nordic walking turns a walk into a workout. Propelling yourself forward with poles burns up to 46% more calories than brisk walking. Laura Kinnunen of Brockley Nordic Walking leads sessions on Hilly Fields Park, Ladywell Fields Park and in the City. Group sessions are £5. See brockleynordic
walking.com

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4 En Avant Ballet

En Avant Ballet is catered towards people of all ages and abilities who are interested in ballet as a means of increasing tone, muscle strength, fitness and suppleness as well as to appreciate this very classical type of performing art. enavantballet.co.uk

5 Roller Ski Club

Avid skiers needn’t wait until the next dump of snow hits the Alps, their second best option involves a pair of roller skis, a helmet and an hour scooting around Hyde Park or Victoria Park. The sessions last from 90 minutes to 2 hours and they focus on building up strength, endurance and speed. See rollerski.co.uk for more details. 

 

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