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Menopause 12-week programme

Are you diligently maintaining your usual diet and sticking to your exercise routine, yet somehow, the number on the scale is creeping up, particularly around your midsection?

Perhaps, exercise was never a central part of your life, but you still felt balanced and healthy—until now.

 

It feels like you go to bed one night and by morning, you've mysteriously put on 10 pounds without any explanation.

And it doesn't stop there. You've noticed a shift in your mood, your sleep is often broken, and the hot flushes come on with such regularity they're almost predictable.

 

It's a relentless cycle that leaves you wondering, "What's happening to my body?"

You're not alone.

 

These changes are a natural part of the menopause transition, but knowing that doesn't make them any easier to deal with. Your body isn't responding the way it used to, and it's frustrating, disheartening, and sometimes, downright confusing.

Embrace Change, Reclaim Your Vitality

Knowing that you are going through menopause or perimenopause doesn't make it any easier to handle

This is not just a moment but a journey.

It's about adapting, evolving, and finding balance in your body's changing needs.

Your body is undergoing a transformation, and it's crucial to adapt alongside it. As we age, we naturally lose muscle mass, a change that can slow down our metabolism and lead to weight gain.

 

This means that even if you're consuming the same amount of calories as before, your body might not be burning them off as efficiently, resulting in an unwelcome increase in weight.

But before you think about crash diets as a quick fix, let's pause for a moment!

 

These extreme measures can do more harm than good, especially during menopause. Crash diets can exacerbate the very symptoms you're trying to manage, from mood swings to energy crashes, and even disrupt your metabolic rate further.

Now, let's turn our attention to weight training, shall we? It's become a hot topic, featured on morning TV and buzzing across all social media.

And it's not without good reason that everyone in your circle seems to be chatting about it. Indeed, weight training stands out as one of the most beneficial activities you could embrace.

 

Especially during menopause, the advantages of engaging in regular strength training are manifold and truly significant:

  • Boosts in the production of muscle-building stem cells, countering the natural decline of muscle mass with age.

  • Enhanced metabolism, helping in maintaining a healthy weight more effortlessly.

  • Increased bone density, a crucial factor in warding off osteoporosis.

  • Reduction in joint pain, leading to improved mobility and comfort.

  • Elevated mood, providing a natural uplift during times of hormonal shifts.

Lift Through Menopause

Focused 

A detailed consultation with our specialist to explore HRT vs non-hormonal alternatives, optimising current therapy, supplements & non-pharmacological approaches

12 PT Sessions

with a Top Trainer

(once a week at Gok's fitness hub)

Additional Home Strength Workout Plans supported with videos

Bespoke Meal Plan 

Daily Check-ins for nutrition and workout support

Weekly Mood & Energy Reviews

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