HYPOXI is used all around the world to provide women with a method of targeting areas of the body where it is difficult to burn fat or to tone. In this country, where around 32% of women are overweight, many women have already reaped the benefit of our methods which include vacuum and compression therapies as well as fat burning exercises. HYPOXI at our weight loss clinic London is said to be up to three times more effective than exercise and dieting alone.
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The little sister of their Holloway Road branch, the Islington venue offers the same service carried out by professionals with an average decades' experience treating a range of ailments with a holistic approach. Medicinal requirements aside, you'll also find a selection of unique acupuncture facial rejuvenation treatments, targeted weight loss programmes and a range of sumptuous massages tailored to your pressure preference.
If you think this programme could be right for you and you’re considering making an investment in ending your weight loss struggle once and for all – then we’d love to talk with you. We invite you to call us on 0333 200 2612, or click this link, and schedule a free no obligation ‘slim and fit for life’ exploratory call with one of our weight loss coaches to discuss the suitability of this programme for your needs. What have you got to lose – other than a few pounds?
Obesity results from interactive influences of biological, physiological, psycho-social, behavioural and environmental factors. With such a multifactorial aetiology, prevention of weight gain, weight loss and weight maintenance is less than straightforward. Whilst the energy equation (calories consumed = calories expended +/- calories stored as body fat or glycogen) holds true, food choice is highly complex. As such, interventions that only address factors at the individual level, and do not take into account the social and environmental influences mentioned above, are unlikely to be successful.
Your first detox is like picking up a new sport. At first it is intriguing, you are super motivated and excited about the potential results. Then it begins… the pain and concentration that you need to have to strictly eat what you are supposed to eat/drink and NOTHING else. You have a moment of doubt and maybe even laziness, usually around the liquid days, where you wonder if you are going to be able to reach your goal and whether all this is worth it. You eventually pull through and once you are finally done, you realise how much better you feel, how much better you look and how excited you are about feeling in control of your body’s health. Angelique kept saying she regularly does a detox and I always thought it was because she was way more devoted than everyone else, but I get it now. I am actually looking forward to my next one!
“The best part about this programme was the motivational side – I didn’t know it was coming and it was just what I needed. Kyle made me feel comfortable and at ease and his style was clear and direct. Working through the programme ended my fear of being stuck in rut indefinitely and I am more committed to making changes, feel better about myself and am confident that I can achieve my weight loss goals.” (Smita Patel, London) more…
You don’t have to be an athlete to notice how nutrition can impact your performance. For you it could be your performance at work, in the gym, or at home with your family. Performance tells us a lot about your physiology. Whenever you feel low or are finding your performance is suffering, your motivation and desire to continue with the recommendations will diminish.