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Featured in the Telegraph – ‘Train not Drain’

“When it comes to exercise and nutrition, there are plenty of methods, systems and expert opinions about what, how much and when we should be working out. Some will assert that four times per week for fifteen minutes will do the trick, others will have us believe that what it actually takes is 90 minutes, three times per week, while […]

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Featured in the Telegraph – Women’s Fitness

With promises of 15-minute fat loss workouts, two-minute routines and adverts for the latest workout trend or craze guaranteed to get you in shape in double-quick time, the world of women’s fitness is a minefield. But how much of this stuff will actually hold up and how do we separate the good from the bad and the ugly fitness truths? […]

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Featured in the Telegraph : Fitness Truths on Protein Shakes

Should you be drinking protein shakes? “If you exercise, chances are you’re aware of protein shakes and their role in aiding recovery and boosting results. In fact, even those with an aversion to exercise are likely to have come across protein shakes, not only in terms of what they can do for your performance, but also for fat loss. It’s […]

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Check us out in this month’s Men’s Fitness…

“Want a core of steel like the Falcon? Pieter Vodden, coach at W10 Performance in London and certified Gym Jones trainer, shows you how with this core-blasting workout.” Click on the link  below to read the full article… MF Apr Falcon workout        

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Check us out in the Huffington Post!

We are very proud to announce that Jean-Claude, owner of W10 is being featured in the Huffington Post this month.  Check out the full article at :  http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/jeanclaude-vacassin/ “Jean-Claude Vacassin is one of the UK’s most sought after personal trainers and owner of West London personal training gym W10 Performance. A consultant for numerous athletes, sports brands and film companies, […]

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Why our food is making us fat

Great article from yesterdays Guardian.  Informative and frightening in equal measure! We are, on average, 3st heavier than we were in the 60s. And not because we’re eating more or exercising less – we just unwittingly became sugar addicts “Up a rickety staircase at the Newarke Houses Museum in Leicester, England hangs a portrait of Britain’s first obese man, painted in 1806.Daniel […]

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