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BEFORE Chris Peil before he embarked on his fitness regime.


AFTER


Six stone lighter and much healthier.


Personal trainer can transform your life P


ersonal training is an investment. You put time, energy and hard work in and you get


better health and fitness out. You feel better, look better and you develop a more positive atti- tude and outlook on life. If you‘re making that investment, it‘s best to


get someone who really knows what they‘re talk- ing about. Someone who knows how to get the results you want, knows how to motivate you, knows the methods to help you train better and harder, and knows the right nutritional advice to give you to help you achieve your goals. Chris Peil is just that trainer. When he‘s not teaching personal trainers how to train, Chris is helping his own cli- ents with their fitness goals through his new business, UniqueYou. UniqueYou offers personal training and nutrition advice. It‘s a profes-


sional, dedicated, personalised service. Whether you‘re after muscle gain, weight loss, or a tone up, Chris can help. He knows what he‘s talking about because,


frankly, he‘s been there himself. He said: ―I lost over six stone and left a senior


executive position in another industry to pursue this passion. I ended up teaching personal train- ing to personal trainers, winning a national award for my training and being a contributor to the text books of the country‘s largest fitness and nutrition training provider. I have also direct- ly trained clients ranging from disabled cli- ents rehabilitating to walk again to numerous international-level athletes and sportsmen.‖ During January, Chris is offering free consul-


tations. To learn how UniqueYou can help you with your health and fitness goals, call Chris on 01923 443 071 or 07920 854 587.


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