Physique and Health Transformation

Your Key Outcomes:

  • Drop fat

  • Increase cardiovascular fitness (efficiency of your heart and lungs and circulatory system)

  • Improve your blood sugar and insulin response (this reduces inflammation and has many other side benefits)

  • Reduce your “Metabolic Syndrome” markers

  • Blood pressure

  • Blood sugar

  • Improve heart efficiency (resting heart rate, loaded heart rate, volume per beat, heart rate recovery and heart rate variability)

  • Improve lung capacity

  • Improve heart health chemical blood markers: Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Tg

  • Improve other heart health markers; hsCRP, Glucose, Triglycerides, Ferritin, Iron, Free calcium, Chol, LDL, HDL, Chol/HDL ratio

Transformation Details

Your Key Outcomes:

  • Drop fat

  • Increase cardiovascular fitness (efficiency of your heart and lungs and circulatory system)

  • Improve your blood sugar and insulin response (this reduces inflammation and has many other side benefits)

  • Reduce your “Metabolic Syndrome” markers

  • Blood pressure

  • Blood sugar

  • Improve heart efficiency (resting heart rate, loaded heart rate, volume per beat, heart rate recovery and heart rate variability)

  • Improve lung capacity

  • Improve heart health chemical blood markers: Cholesterol, LDL, HDL, Tg

  • Improve other heart health markers; hsCRP, Glucose, Triglycerides, Ferritin, Iron, Free calcium, Chol, LDL, HDL, Chol/HDL ratio

The Method

 

The process for any project or improvement program is:
ASSESS / GOAL / PLAN / EXECUTE / MONITOR

Assess

Measuring Waist

Plan

Financial Report

Goal

Dartboard Bullseye

Execute

Sport Exercise

Monitor

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If this process is not followed, you have no idea of what needs to be done, no idea of your ideal outcome, and no idea of whether you are on track.

 

These are explained in more detail below.

Assess
Where are you currently? What is the status of your health? What are the weaknesses and strengths. Are your habits making things worse in some areas?


We look at:
Your measurements – there are simple guidelines for health
Your estimated lean mass and body fat
Your cardiovascular fitness
Your nutrition
Your basic strength / muscle capacity
Your Blood chemistry – are there any warning signs?

The Plan
 

Where do we need to go for all areas above? How will it be measured?
What time and resources do you have available (this step is consultative as most people without fitness training experience do not know what they need to do for various outcomes.

So in this step, I help you identify priorities and provide guidance on what would be required on a weekly basis to achieve “x” in “y” months


Knowing these things, we can determine:

  • Nutrition plan

  • Cardiovascular fitness plan

  • Muscle maintenance and development plan

  • Measurement criteria

  • Weekly and monthly targets expected – ie how we know that it is all working and going in the right direction to meet your goals

  • At the end, the result should be a plan that has realistic goals and realistic investment of time and effort

Execute

 

The next step is to execute the plan.
We start gently, letting the body become accustomed. 
We gradually build your ability to perform at a higher level and accelerate your results.

The ultimate performance level will depend on your goals, but is always flexible and intuitive as you gain more experience

 

Monitoring

During the execution phases we monitor the results to see if the results align to the planned targets and KPI (Key Performance Indicators)


Monitoring is done typically:

Measurement                       Frequency
Weight                                   weekly
Body-fat/lean weight         fortnightly
Body stats                              fortnightly
Muscle performance*         monthly
CV performance                 3-monthly
Blood chemistry                  6-monthly

 

*Muscle performance is assessed via the AMP Reports

See the "Pricing" section for an overview of this unique AI guidance and monitoring system

Goals

What do you want to achieve (and possibly need to achieve)

I often provide guidance in this aspect because I find that many people do not know what is a reasonable goal and often are not aware of health aspects that need to be addressed.

 

For example, it is great if someone overweight wants to develop an athlete’s body and gives me an example of their favourite sports star – but it may be more critical for them to initially focus on some key health aspects.

 

Although striving for an athletic body is compatible with health, to develop a plan without first addressing some health issues can be counterproductive.
 

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