foam rollers

Rollers – an athlete`s secret weapon

Rollers for runners

Rollers – any benefit to a runner?   Yes, we think so!

Foam rollers are useful to improve muscle flexibility and promote muscle “maintenance”. At Pete Fraser Fitness we use them regularly for client prehabilitation (preventative exercise) to help reduce the possibility of injury from tight muscles. Read more to find out how…..

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consultation

Fitness Q & A Surgery @ Pete Fraser Fitness

Fitness Q & A Surgery @ Pete Fraser Fitness

 

Available now… 15 minutes for £15 – Q & A session with a Pete Fraser Fitness sports scientist trainer

 

Meet our experts for a 15 minute, private Q & A face-to-face consultation in our Mayfair gym & tap into our expert knowledgepersonal training consultation

 

Your opportunity to talk to the best trainers in London & ask all your questions such as…

  • Worried that your running or lifting technique is incorrect but your trainer is unsure what to do?
  • Not sure what and how much to eat before a marathon?
  • Still feel lower back pain even though you’re working your core?
  • Worried about why you’re holding onto abdominal fat even though your working out 4 x per week?
  • Am I able to change my body shape and what’s the most effective method?

Ask our professionals the answers to these and endless more – boost your fitness with our know-how today!

 

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Blueberries

Our recommended top food No. 10 – Blueberries

Blueberries

Blueberries are one of our special favourites. Not just because they are packed with excellent nutrients, they are also good looking and exceptionally tasty too. Roll-on berry season!

Nutritionally they are very low in saturated fat, cholesterol and sodium. They are a good source of dietary fibre and an excellent source of Vitamins C, K and manganese. However, they should be consumed in moderation as they contain natural fruit sugars.

Packed with so many essential nutrients, what is there not to love?!

Read more about how this top 10 food can improve your health & sports performance…

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Kale - food for health

Our recommended top food No. 9 – Kale

Kale

Kale is a dark green leafy vegetable low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It’s a good source of fibre, plant protein, thiamine, riboflavin, folate, iron, magnesium and phosphorus. It’s also an excellent source of vitamins A, C, K and B6, also calcium, potassium, manganese and copper.

Packed with so many essential nutrients, what is there not to like?!

Read more about how this top 10 food can improve your health & sports performance…

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Chopped beetroot

Our recommended top food No. 8 – Beetroot

Beetroot

At Pete Fraser Fitness we recommend to our clients a moderate, varied and balanced diet. Beetroot is part of this type of healthy diet.

The only downside of preparing this root vegetable is that your hands look like you’ve committed a bloody or gruesome act for sometime afterwards!! However the nutrient benefits they provide far outweigh any strange looks people may give you when they see your hands!

Beetroot is low in saturated fat and cholesterol. It’s a good source of vitamin c, iron, magnesium and dietary fibre.

Read more about how this top 10 food can improve your sports performance…

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baby spinach

OUR RECOMMENDED TOP FOOD NO. 7 – SPINACH

Spinach

Your mother always told you to eat up your greens and with good reason too!

At Pete Fraser Fitness we recommend to our clients a moderate, varied and balanced diet.

Spinach is an excellent addition to any meal. It is easy wilted or steamed to add a high nutrient, low fat package of B vitamins, vitamin C and fibre.

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avocado

Our recommended Top food No. 5 – Avocados

Avocados

Are they a salad or a vegetable? No they’re a fruit! Well to be precise they are a single seeded berry!! The important thing is they’re rather good for you.

At Pete Fraser Fitness we recommend to our clients a moderate, varied and balanced diet. Avocados are an excellent component for this type of healthy nutrition plan – why do we think so?

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