James Crossley has spent the past 15 years educating clients in ‘age-appropriate’ health and fitness to bring about a balanced and healthy lifestyle, designed to filter into all aspects of your life, acting as a positive influence. Read his tips about a healthy lifestyle
Do a full body workout three times a week. The more muscles worked means more calories are burned at rest.
Avoid fizzy and energy drinks and any product packed with sugar. Stick to fresh water and teas.
Get up 20 minutes earlier and do short forms of exercise on an empty stomach 2-3 times a week.
My best tip is to get a steamer, a simple way to prepare food and keeps calories in check.
Good fats from nuts, avocados etc are hugely beneficial.
Stress is a huge killer of body composition. Learn to relax mind and body.
Contains so many calories, regulate your drinking and avoid high calorie items like beer.
Often overlooked. Don’t forget, when you work out, you break your body down so you need time to recover.
A great choice to help rev up your metabolism and full of anti-oxidants.
You need to set a goal to hit any target. Start with simple goals but it’s important to have a well-defined high stakes long-term goal to work towards.