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Many of us have been through life’s challenges; myself included, but through exercise I have found a positive, rewarding method of not only keeping fit, but staying healthy and happy, moving forward in life and not only dealing with these challenges, but turning them into ways to change for the better, and enjoy life more as a result. Read More »
Thoroughly Professional with a Twist of Fun
Training with InsideOut Fitness and Health and changed my whole body shape to the strongest it’s ever felt (and that’s after being a professional water skier and stunt performer for 10 years in the early days).
I feel extremely safe in Linda’s hands, with a few old injuries flaring up from time to time, Linda works on strengthening areas to support those old niggles, and she has the skills to make the sessions fun and never repetitive. I now crave training days.
I have been training 2-3 times per week for over two years with InsideOut Fitness and Health and have found that at nearly 50 years of age my body has never been in better shape. Until now, I have never really enjoyed exercise much, but now I count down the days until training day. Linda designs programs that target several areas with one exercise, and I am nurtured through the whole session.
I have never had one-on-one sessions before, but this girl is the bomb!. Never had results like it. I would highly recommend Linda to anyone who needed to change body size or shape and needed nutritional help on the side.Tina McKew
Here’s an easy delicious recipe that’s great for after a workout or with a cuppa.
Perfect for school lunchboxes and even for breakfast!
Oat, Seed and Banana Slice
- 2 cups rolled oats (or quinoa or other flakes)
- 1 cup puffed rice or millet
- !/2 cup dessicated coconut
- 1/2 cup pepitas
- 1 cup cranberries/raisins/sultanas
- 1/2 cup goji berries
- 2 tablespoons coconut nectar/ rice syrup/agave/stevia syrup
- 1/3 cup coconut oil, melted
- 3 tablespoons chia seeds, soaked in 3/4 cup water for 5 minutes
- 1 cup banana, mashed
- 2 eggs, lightly beaten
Preheat oven to 180 deg.
Place all ingredients besides the chia in a large bowl in the above order.
Add chia and water. Stir until well combined. Place in 33 x 23 tin lined with baking paper and cook 30 mins.
Wait until cool before slicing into squares.
My husband and I have had Linda as a personal trainer for six years.
Linda has planned sessions for us that include warm-up, joint mobility and strengthening and flexibility. In summer we include water exercises.
She provides a variety of exercises and tailors them to our age (we are mid 50’s) and individual needs.
We have found Linda to be fit, skilled, sensitive, knowledgeable, as she works us toward our goals.
Linda is on time, organised and reliable. We have found her to be enjoyable company as well. Her pleasant personality, in addition to her skills, has encouraged us to continue with the program for as long as we have.
We recommend her as a personal trainer of the highest quality.Fiona. M.B.,B.S F.R.A.C.G.P.
As a client, I have known Linda Heilbron for the past seven years.
I have always found Linda to be highly professional and of the highest integrity in the manner in which she conducts her exercise sessions.
Linda shows a very high level of skill in her instruction, a caring and thoughtfulness of her client’s wellbeing and a thorough understanding of physical difficulties some clients may be experiencing.
Linda is clear and concise in her instruction, leads by example and is diligent in encouraging her clients to achieve their desired fitness goals.
I find Linda’s programs easy to follow, beneficial and valuable to my ongoing wellbeing.Linda Sly (age 62)