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Institute of Personal Trainers

Saturday, February 1st, 2014

We have just been listed on the Institute of Personal Trainers website, head over to http://www.instituteofpersonaltrainers to check out our listing!

Happy Chistmas!

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

Hi All

Just a quick message to say Happy Christmas from all of us here at Foreight Personal Training!

TOM

New Year, New You Discount!

Saturday, December 10th, 2011

Hi All,

Are you thinking about starting off 2012 with increased levels of fitness, a better diet and basically taking more care of yourself?

Well if you book onto any of our Personal Training Packages before Midnight on the 31/12/11, then you are eligible for a 10% discount. *

All you have to do to find out more is fill in the form below, and one of our expert personal training team will contact you:-

Name (M)

Location (Area and City) (M)

Phone Number (M)

Email Address (M)

What are your goals?

Looking forward to hearing from you!

TOM

* Subject to availability

 

Counselling Cheshire (CMG Counselling)

Sunday, November 20th, 2011

Hi All,

We here at foresight Personal Training are big believers in the importance of having a healthy mind, this coupled with a healthy body will lead of overall wellbeing. So what do you do when you feel that your mind, thought processes or emotions are not as healthy as they could be?

We have been looking at the different ways that we can support our clients in keeping their minds nice and healthy, we have come across an awesome Counselling Service called CMG Counselling. They provide a quality service across the Manchester and Cheshire area.

If you need Counsellling in Manchester or Counselling in Cheshire, these really are the people to talk to.

So what does CMG Counselling offer?

* Bereavement and loss
* Self harm
* Abuse
* Anxiety
* Depression
* Self esteem / confidence
* Separation and divorce
* Relationship problems
* Domestic violence
* Post natal depression
* Stress

As yu know we only reccommend the very best professionals, and the people at CMG are just that, they are supportive and understanding and best of all there to listen!

Personal Training Course Manchester

Tuesday, September 20th, 2011

Hi All,

Recently i have had a fair few clients and other people ask about how they become a personal trainer, so i thought i would post a link to the personal training course in Manchester.

If you interested in becoming a personal trainer Fitness Industry Education are well worth a look, a great company with some great training options.  I am not on a commission but I do tutor and assess for this company so if you come along to one of the Manchester based training courses you might meet me.

For honest advice about becoming a personal trainer do please feel free to contact me.

TOM

Tom Godwin becomes part of the REPs Council

Tuesday, September 6th, 2011

HI All,

Just wanted to let you all know about an exciting new development, in June I attended my firs meeting of the Register of Exercise Professionals Council of members.  This body was put together to represent the interests of the some 40,000 members of the register, and is made up of representatives of the membership and the registrar of REPs.

I feel that this is an important role and one that will allow me to focus my passion for the industry into somthing that will help to shape the future of the industry.  I am looking forward to representing the REPs membership and look forward to being part of the REPs council team.

I will be part of the council for the next 3 years before having to be re-elected, so if you are a REPs member and would like me to discuss anything on your behalf or if you have an interest in REPs and how it works and would liek more information please do feel free to contact me.

TOM

Educating the Personal Trainers of Tomorrow

Friday, November 12th, 2010

Hi All,

Just thought I would drop you a quick bit of news, over the next few weeks I will be working with some of the Personal Trainers of tomorrow. I will be working with a small group of guys and girls to help them in thier studies towards their Level 3 DIploma in Personal Training.

I have been doing bits of teaching on and off for the last couple of years, but this is something I really do find rewarding.

So if you want to be a personal trainer, why not get in contact and we can get you hooked up on the course!

TOM

Natural Food Finder Conference at Sheepdove Organic Farm

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Hi All,

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There is an awesome conference going on that is aimed at all those who have an interest in nutrition and health. Lets face it that should be all of us! We really need to make an effort to support these types of events as they are few and far between here in the UK, although we are slowly catching up! This event and some of the information carried in it can truly be life changing.

The conference is the brain child of Ben Pratt, of Natural Food Finder (look out for the up coming site review and an interview with the great man himself), it aims to bring to light some of the truths behind diet, nutrition and wellbeing.

The conference is called Natural Food and Nutrition for Modern Diseases and will be held on the 24th September 2010, so not long left now get yourselves booked on, I am sure a conference of this caliber will sell out fast!

Ben had gathered an awesome range of speakers, these include:-
– Ben Pratt – Author / Founder Natural Food Finder – Topic: OBESITY
– Barry Groves – Author, Topic: FATS – Weightloss
– Sir Julian Rose – Organic pioneer and author, Topic: GMO and Organic Farming
– Dr Natasha Campbell McBride – Presenter, Author. Topic: Heart Disease
– Pete Cohen – GMTV weightloss guru presenter, Topic: Making the change and moving forward.

In line with the content of the day the event will be held at Sheepdrove Organic Farm, Lambourn, Berkshire.

Have a look at Natural Food Finder for more information.

TOM

Personal trainer Manchester on Channel M

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

On Friday myself and Mark Bowness of dontbythismanapint.com fame appeared on Channel M last Friday. It was a great experience, we got the opportunity to talk about Mark’s exciting challenge to give up alcohol for twelve months and embark on a period of self improvement. He will use this time to improve both body and mind.

So on Friday we went down to the Channel M studio at Urbis to talk about the project.

Here’s the You Tube clip of the news segment.

While Mark is doing all this he is also trying to raise awareness of the SOS Children’s Village charity, a great cause and one well worth supporting.

Mark’s story is truly inspirational and if you would like to follow in his footsteps give us a call and see how we can help you make positive changes in your life to help you live a happier, healthier and longer life.

Look out for regular updates on here and dontbuythismanapint.com.

Tom

Don’t Buy This Man a Pint

Wednesday, January 20th, 2010

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Hi all,

I have recently become involved in a great project that Mark Bowness is has set himself, he is giving up alcohol for a year.  During this time he is looking to improve himself both in body, mind and spirit.  Want to know more have a look here.

He is also doing the very brave thing of telling everyone about his mission and also blogging about it at dontbuythismanapint.com.  He is not only doing this but he is using the media interest to get people involved in SOS Children’s Village, a charity that sponsors villages in poorer regions of the world.  He has pledged to use £20 of the money he would have spent on alcohol in a month to put towards this charity.  Why not do the same? We have decided to give him some support, in terms of his fitness, nutrition and wellbeing.  Stay tuned both here and on Mark’s blog for more info of what we will be doing.

Here is what i have had to say about this great project:

Mark talked to us at Foresight Personal Training a few weeks ago and explained that his mission for the year is to give up alcohol and go on a journey of self discovery.  This journey will take him through improvements in both body and mind, when we first heard about this we though ‘wow what a brave bloke’, not only is he embarking on this epic goal, but he is documenting and publicising it for the world to see. 
 
We are so happy to be involved in this exciting project and hope that this helps Mark to live a happier, healthier and most importantly longer life.  We look forward to supporting Mark in every way we possibly can and hope his tale acts as inspiration to those who follow his story to make small, lasting changes to their lifestyle in order to reap the massive rewards of improved health. 
 
Mark is not only making a massive change in his own life but by his support and fund raising for SOS Children’s Villages, he is also making a massive change in so many others lives across the world.  This is a great cause and we do encourage you to support them!
 
We would like to thanks Mark for the opportunity to be involved in this great project and we hope that our advice, that will be made freely available on by the dontbythismanapint.com blog and on our blog (
www.foresight-fitness.co.uk/blog/) will lead to improvements in health in the wider community.
 
TOM Godwin
Managing Director
Foresight Fitness Services

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