A birdeye's view of #Redhill first housing estates.
The 21 blocks has been up for Selective enbloc eedvelopment scheme which the residents will be moving to the nearby 48 storeys HDBs which is walking distance from their current estates.
A question I get asked a lot, and where I think much misinformation lies, is whether weight / strength / resistance training can make you “bulky” or put on weight. So many people seem to be scared of weights for this reason, opting only for high intensity workouts, using nil to minimal (body weight only) weights. Although it’s a big topic, in short, weights training is in fact a KEY and necessary ingredient to illicit fat loss and achieve a healthy and lean physique. To better explain this, it’s important to understand the following key principles: Losing fat is dependent on our ability to expend more energy (daily bodily function, exercise, non-exercise related activity) than we consume (food, drinks etc). This is called a caloric deficit.
Gaining muscle is dependent on our ability to consume more energy than we expend (caloric surplus), whilst providing our muscles with adequate training stimulus. Under normal conditions, you are NOT going to increase muscle tissue (get bigger) whilst in a caloric deficit. Reducing muscle tissue is a risk associated with a caloric deficit and results in a slower metabolism and reduced insulin sensitivity (both really bad for fat loss). Resistance training allows the body to maintain muscle tissue whilst in a caloric deficit.
To summarise these key principals, running, cycling, HIIT, Zumba, body pump, hand balancing, social sport etc will all compliment a caloric deficit and may hold other valuable health and wellness benefits for you, however when performed in isolation, will not provide enough stimulus to maintain muscle tissue and create the best opportunity for fat loss. This requires a resistance training regime based on progressive intensity (including “heavy” weights), volume and complexity, as well as consistent application, enjoyment and an inspiring training program. If you need any help in implementing these somewhat complex principles into your training / nutrition regime, please be in touch and I would be happy to help.
Flashback to the sensational @businessboobsandbubbles event!!
Loved helping people overcome their fear, let go of inhibitions and comparison and feel confident to stand true in who you are!
Flaws and all!!
As well as warming up the dance floor! 🕺💃
So today is a "This Is Me" Day!
Once I get dressed and maybe brush my hair 🤨 I'll be playing around with Insta Tv and you can join me in our "This is me" routine/dance that I hope you make your daily ritual!
See you soon!! 😍😘
Just a little reminder that our Sunflower Competition ends soon (Monday 6th August)! All you must do to enter is send a final height measurement and photo of your little one with their sunflowers to email@example.com or private message us on our FB page. We can’t wait to see if last year’s record has been beaten… we’ve already seen a potential contender from #KiddiCaru in #Redhill !
When your 🐶 swipes a barramundi fillet, dinner becomes Reef & Beef 🥩🐟 Feat. @cleaversorganicmeat hotdogs (the best! 🤤), with sides of barra 🐠, mixed greens 🍃 and cauliflower & cabbage mash, flavour bombed with chicken broth, ghee, seeded mustard and salt 👌 #teamtoucan 🐧
PARK: Bridge Street Park (BMX)
ADDRESS: Glenrosa Road, Red Hill
AGE GROUP: All ages
FACILITIES: Picnic tables
CARPARKING: On Glenrosa Road. Or on Bridge Street with a cycling track leading to the park (cycling path also connects this area with Woolcock Park)
REVIEW: Good basic track, great for beginners and toddlers on balance bikes. Dirt base with built up dirt hills and small jumps.
Respect the track. Repair your damage. Wear a helmet.