Female Fat Loss - Our 12 Week Transformation Programme

You’ve probably heard it before, but we’ll reiterate it again – it can be more difficult for women to lose weight and get in shape than it is for males. The muscle mass and hormonal output of women is different to that of men, and those are both very important factors when it comes to burning body fat off and keeping it off.

Our personal trainers at Go-Fit UK have worked with a plethora of women on their fitness journeys, from all kinds of different background, professions and personal circumstances. We know the techniques, training and nutrition plans required for maximising female fat loss, losing weight and getting in shape as quickly as possible; in the healthiest, safest way.

We have developed a fantastic, unique 12 week programme that combines effective workouts, nutrition plans and mind set techniques tailored specifically for women. We have based this programme on the real-world experience of our personal trainers, scientifically proven research into the stimulus of fat burning hormones and the countless happy clients we have seen reach their body transformation goals with us.

Our 12 week body transformation programme is so effective and flexible that is can be easily tailored to meet your personal fitness goals; from dropping post-pregnancy weight to toning up for looking and feeling great on your summer holiday.

Some of the key factors we address that are specific to female body transformation include:

Busting Female Fat Loss Myths

We’ve all read about and seen these types of diets and weight loss plans before – eat less, take fat burning supplements and jump on the treadmill at any given opportunity. There is a huge stigma that surrounds female weight loss – “doing anything that a man would do will make you manly!” Whilst it’s true that there are certain approaches and techniques that will work better for women, this statement is completely false. We will teach you what’s most effective for healthy weight loss and achieving the body you want with the correct techniques and tricks that give extra relevance to female fat loss requirements in particular.

Metabolic Rejuvenation

An example that’s all too common with female weight loss is short-term results. We’ve seen countless cases of women who have been on liquid diets with heavy focus on cardio workouts with extreme rebound effects of weight gain once they resume their regular schedules.  These types of plans typically result in a shut down in key fat burning hormones such as leptin and ghrelin, potential damage to the thyroid gland and metabolic catastrophe. Our body transformation plan focuses on metabolic rejuvenation; eating and exercising healthily so that you can maintain energy levels and fat burning whilst living your day-to-day life.

Liver Detoxification

Saving you the scientific explanation; your liver is what detoxes foreign estrogen, and too much estrogen (from any source) can make the liver less effective and impact weight loss. Once the liver has been gradually detoxed, using a variety of techniques, weight loss can be far more effective.

Premenstrual Issues

From water retention to chocolate cravings, we’ve seen it all and know exactly how it can affect your workouts and weight loss. But don’t worry, we have the knowledge, experience and techniques to assist in tackling and alleviating premenstrual problems where it relates to achieving your fat loss goals.

But that’s not all!

There’s so much more to our 12 week body transformation plan that we’d love for you to drop by for a free session and get a real feel for what we achieve at Go-Fit UK and how it can help you on your fitness journey. Just pop your details into the form below and we’ll be in touch, we’d love to see you at the studio and have a chat about your journey and goals:

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