Saturday, 9 January 2016

Win York Fitness Sauna Suit

Sauna Suit

As I wrote recently, my New Year's Resolutions are usually doomed before they start, but I am still going to try to make a few improvements. That doesn't mean yours have to be, though and we wanted to show support for everyone who's taking on the world this New Year. Whatever your personal goal, you can do it! If fitness is your thing, we have two Fitness Sauna Suits to giveaway. The sauna suit is designed to maximise weightloss and assist the detox process, so it could give your efforts a welcome boost if you win! The rafflecopter awaits you and we wish you lots of luck! 



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Tracy K Nixon said...

Stick to your new year's resolution - you can do it! Make 2016 the year you feel healthiest and happiest by eating in moderation and taking regular exercise!

Lorraine Bryan said...

Heard great things about these up suits

mummy24 said...

looks good - i think once you put your mind to it you can do anything!

Ashleigh

katie skeoch said...

New year is a great time to think about what changes might make your life better. A positive attitude is all it takes!

Unknown said...

Will help get to my target weight

Holly Harmsworth said...

great giveaway :)

Aaron Broad said...

These look great, be good for Detox

Adeinne Tonner said...

Do the best you can do in life :)

Angie McDonald said...

Even though it might now feel like it sometimes, working out and doing even gentle exercise really does make you feel better in yourself! You feel like you have more energy and i'd simply recommend to drink more water as this really does make a big impact! (buy a fun water bottle to make this easier!)

Anonymous said...

Remember to always have a positive mental attitude, it will make thing seems much easier x

Annette Oliver said...

Changes are hard work, keep going

Emma Walters said...

try to find an local/online group/forum to get some support when you need it :)

Jackie ONeill said...

if you don't try you will never know!

stephen holman said...

hoping to keep up the good habits and fitness beyond january this year !!

Emily Austen said...

What an innovative idea!!!

clairew137 said...

New year is a great time to find an exercise you enjoy doing. For me its' swimming.

chockie67 said...

I promise my self every January to start looking after myself.Ive got all the fitness equipment I need
Today I even bought 2 kettle bells !!!! great for keeping doors opn btw
I NEED HELP,hope this will be the start of great things

Fiona King said...

I think they are a very good idea

kim styles said...

My new years resolution is to lose two stone. I have already lost 1 and a half stone- but it is important to diet on a sustainable diet and balance it with appropriate exercise!

kim styles said...

I commented on the Leek and Bacon Tarts post becuase they look delicious

Anne said...

I haven't heard of Fitness Sauna Suits before,
If only they could help me - I'm stuck in the door!

JudeVFR400 said...

Small changes are easier to stick to, even tiny ones add up.

Laura Nice said...

Always look on the bright side!! <3

Stacey Carnell said...

Set yourself small goals, that way you can feel accomplished often :)

Tunde Toth said...

I`ve just read about similar sauna suits yesterday. Would be great to win one.

Kristy Brown said...

Ignore the doubts and thoughts of others - you can do anything you put your mind to!

Lola Bellouere said...

Don't worry yourself too much. Try and drink 2 litres of water and eat you allowance of fruit and veg. If you don't have lots of spare time try a 10 min morning yoga it gives you energy and helps clear the mind for a good start to the day

Ruth Harwood said...

New year is a good time to make changes, but we all 'fall off the wagon' sometimes and shouldn't feel bad about that - just get back on it!!

Samantha Loughlin said...

Rember to look after yourself and have a positive outlook in life then you can achieve anything xx

Tracey Belcher said...

A saying I like - You cannot change the past but you can change the future - so do it!

Jane Paddey said...

Don't try and do too much at once, just do a little change and build on it

Michelle O'Neill said...

i really want to lose weight this year and keep it off this time!

Angela Treadway said...

Keep on target and dont get side tracked x

Claire Elizabeth Noke said...

good luck with your resolutions guys n gals! stay atrong :)

ArthurII said...

The suit will help me speed up the detoxification process

Johannah Carroll said...

Perfect for working out at home, remember to drink plenty of fluids though. x

Grant R said...

Do it
Just do it

Don't let your dreams be dreams
Yesterday you said tomorrow
So just do it
Make your dreams come true
Just do it

Some people dream of success
While you're gonna wake up and work hard at it
Nothing is impossible - Shia

Angie Hoggett said...

I think 2016 is the year for new beginnings and making changes, do something positive!

kimberley dVIES said...

nothing is impossible, set small goals.. these are easier to achieve and reaching them will boost morale

Jeanette42 said...

This would be very handy in my battle of the bulge!

Kez said...

Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all. Make It Count ............

Solange said...

I think they are a very good idea.

Jane Middleton said...

I'm doing well so far, everyone can do it.

krnries said...

The new year is a great time to reassess your goals and set yourself new challenges - as my daughter is fond of saying: "Just do it!"

Darrell Perry said...

Don't give up with your weightloss. There will be days when you'll eat a chocolate bar or stop off on the way from work at the local McDonalds (Guilty!) But that just means you have to be be better the next day. Don't keep saying "Tomorrow, I start!". Start saying "I have started now". The best thing I ever did was keep a food diary and write down EVERYTHING you eat or drink. You'll be surprised at all the things you have 'forgotten'. Good Luck to all :)

Layla Thomas said...

Make small achievable goals to start, it makes it less daunting and easier to accomplish.

WeeWillieWilkie said...

This is the year to start whatever you want to do.

Gemma Mills (mymillsbaby) said...

Be realistic! 2-3lbs per week is good going - even less per week when you plateau. The slower you lose it, the harder you'll find it to put back on

Gemma Mills (mymillsbaby) said...

Commented on your darts post

cheryl price said...

Dont tell alot of people you on a diet/health kick keep it to yourself then no pressure and funny looks if one day you have a "day off"

Victoria Prince said...

Believe in yourself :) It's a cliche but new year new you, and anyone can improve their lifestyle if they believe that they can!

Jackie Kelly said...

Already stopped smoking so now concentrating on getting some weight off - this suitcould help :)

Charlotte Moore said...

No pain no gain

Gem Gem said...

I would love to win this suit.
Fantastic Giveaway!
Thank you for the chance ☺

Jennifer Rhymer said...

Stay positive, you CAN do it :)

crafty teacher said...

Love yourself

Paul Nichol said...

If you have started to exercise then push to your limit, thats the way to start seeing results and that limit will get higher each day you do your work out. Dont give up it takes time. Nothing is instant!

Hayley Colburn said...

Rome wasn't built in a day, stick to your guns, I managed to quit the fags I know I'll get the weight off :-)

JudeVFR400 said...

So sorry, just put the wrong twitter share in the rafflecopter widget, could you delete that entry for me, pretty please!

Kim Neville said...

Start off with little exercises and mix them up a bit to make more interesting and motivating to do. Will be worth it in the long run

donna jones said...

keep trying even if it seems impossible at first

UsInDagenham said...

I got my resting pulse from an average 94 to 65, cut cholesterol and BP to normal limits all within a year by eating well and exercise. Just walking and cutting out rubbish will make a massive difference. Just have perseverance.

Helen Swales said...

I feel there's a great deal of pressure put on people to make new year's resolutions to be fit and healthy at the start of a new year and they're doomed to failure, why, because everyone does them on 1 Jan without thinking of the real reasons behind them. Everyone can make a pledge to be healthy but you have to be determined to want to do it for yourself, whether that be the middle of a month or a Thursday (not every healthy eating plan has to start on a Monday). Do it because you want to do it but most of all, do it for yourself.

Melanie Burton said...

My New Years Resolution is to lose weight and get healthier as I need to lose enough weight to qualify for IVF. This would really help! Fab comp!

Natalie Crossan said...

Keep trying, never give up!

tammy neal said...

Stay positive, you CAN do it :) and love yourself! xx

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