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Trainer is fighting fit for charity
7:00am Friday 6th December 2013 in News
A PERSONAL trainer has been gaining lots of pounds in the name of a good cause.
Tim Rosiek, 30, gathered a group of his clients to take part in the Race for Life twilight walk at Trentham Gardens and together they made more than £1100 for Cancer Research.
The former British champion body-builder has put more than 60 South Cheshire people through their paces on his Live Young personal training programme over the past year.
The six-week programme aims to change eating and exercise habits for a lifetime. Participants get full support from Tim during training which is based on activating large muscle groups. They record their food intake, mood and feeling of well-being in their own Live Young diary.
Tim, a dad of one from Wistaston, said: “The Race for Life group took part in the 5k walk to celebrate their success on Live Young.
“There’s a lot said about healthy lifestyles and much of it can be conflicting. Live Young strips it back to basics and focuses on the whole person, how much exercise they can combine in their busy lives and what they need to eat to lose weight but also keep it off.”
Tim, of Wistaston, trains clients at Simply Gym in Crewe. Previously based at Total Fitness, he turned to fitness training after giving up competitive body-building. Over the past year his clients have shed some 1,300 pounds between them.
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