Jason’s Body of Fitness is designed to help provide you with the most holistic and well balanced approach
to a healthy life. We offer no quick fix diet plans but rather helpful dietary modifications that may be sustained
as lifestyle changes.
Our exercise programs are divided into sections to help you select which programs are best suited for you and
your environment. Our programs are aimed at providing a holistic and professional service for everyone.
No matter your physical conditioning, age or gender we guarantee a program that will meet all your needs
and help you achieve the goals you are looking for.
For specific needs programs or individual programs please contact us directly as our base programs
provided are designed for individuals possessing no injuries, physical or mental restrictions. Even if you are
just looking for some online assistance or support in respect to your diet or exercise plan we can help you. Just contact
us directly and we will be sure to help you out in any way that we can; whether it is by looking at your current
meal plan and suggesting modifications, prescribing exercise programs for you as an individual for your
specific goals and needs or by simply pointing in the right direction. We can do it all. All you need to do is ask!
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- Average Australian is recommended to intake around 0.8-1.2grams/kg of body weight of protein per day. Most take in between 1.2 and 1.6, which is what is recommended for most professional athletes.
- General energy intake requirements are approx 8500-8800 kilojoules per day (2030-2100 calories) for the average person. Obviously if you are exercising more your requirements will exceed these recommendations.
- Aim to eat around 30 foods per day, remembering that foods are not the same as meals. Foods are what we comprise our meals from.
- Try to eat at least 2 serves of fruit and 5 vegetable servings per day.
- Cause of being overweight and obesity are multifaceted therefore your approach must be also. Do not rely on exercise or diet alone to achieve goals and results.
- Make sure when setting goals they are action focused on what you can achieve and make sure your goals are: S.M.A.R.T. Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Realistic and Time restricted.
- To begin it is advisable to make goals easier and more attainable rather than more difficult as this will general reflect a positive outcome. This will generally lead to positive attributions to self which will keep motivation high.