The Body Project

Facilitating lasting lifestyle changes

We incorporate a prescription of one-on-one counselling/mentoring, relaxation and mindfulness training, exercise (personally designed programs) as well as nutritional guidance to enable transformation for our clients in body and mind.

Our Power Plate machine is a vital part of our exercise training programs providing a consistent vibration to help tone, rejuvenate, stretch as well as rehabilitate.

Gina designed a program to meet my special needs and goals and over the years she has adjusted the program as I gained strength and confidence.

 

I trained with Gina from June 2009 to May 2011. I trained once a week, there was strong motivation to get up in the morning to train, I was able to train to my maximum and within a very short time my body looked toned.

 

Gina Basger was my personal trainer for a number of years. I started with her with the desire to tone and to get super fit and strong, and thats what I did. She encouraged me, motivated me, always kept the workouts interesting and challenging and most importantly I got the results I was after. I was able to train with Gina right up until a week before my first child was born, as the workouts were adapted to suit. On a personal note Gina is a lovely woman and certainly one that I looked forward to seeing at 6.30 in the morning.

 

Gina designed a program to meet my special needs and goals and over the years she has adjusted the program as I gained strength and confidence.

 

I trained with Gina from June 2009 to May 2011. I trained once a week, there was strong motivation to get up in the morning to train, I was able to train to my maximum and within a very short time my body looked toned.

 

Gina Basger was my personal trainer for a number of years. I started with her with the desire to tone and to get super fit and strong, and thats what I did. She encouraged me, motivated me, always kept the workouts interesting and challenging and most importantly I got the results I was after. I was able to train with Gina right up until a week before my first child was born, as the workouts were adapted to suit. On a personal note Gina is a lovely woman and certainly one that I looked forward to seeing at 6.30 in the morning.

 

It surprises me that someone has such in depth knowledge to a holistic approach to fitness. She is genuine and has belief in everything she teaches. Personally, she has helped me change a number of habits to improve my wellbeing.

The results speak for themselves: more strength, better image, improved diet and a happier me!”

 

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Supercharge your Cardio for better results

If you find yourself on a weight loss plateau - here are a few ways to change up your cardio program to supercharge your results to shift some kgs:-

GO HARDER! Change up the intensity by adding some hills or stairs to your power walk outside or on the treadmill;
GO FASTER! add small, sharp bursts of FAST!!!! intervals so that you can hear your breath and feel your heart beating;
GO LONGER! Instead of your usual 5 km walk or run, add an extra km or 10 minutes
CHANGE IT! Vary the type of cardio you perform. Give the rower a whirl, or a bike, a spin 😳
ADD MORE! Add in an extra cardio session per week.

Happy burning!
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Happy New Year!!!
Remember, if you keep doing what you're doing, you'll keep getting what you're getting - nothing will shift in your fitness or body shape.
Make 2016 THE year to make some changes to your food or exercise program - move more, lift more weights, eat healthier (and smaller portions?!) and you WILL see big changes as we ring in 2017.
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The Body Project wishes you, your family and friends a very Happy and healthy Xmas 🌲🎅🏻😄
Don't worry if your best plans of keeping the kjs and alcohol consumption down didn't go to plan. Tomorrow is a new day - start Boxing Day with a long walk, run, swim or cycle and a healthy brekky.
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How to keep on track even on holidays.

You've put in the hard yards - eating well, hitting the weights and cardio and are looking and feeling great. Don't let your holiday be the reason to let it all slide.
Here's some ideas to keep you on track without stressing:-
- walk, don't ride. Lace up your trainers and stride out. You can take in more of your surroundings on foot than from a moving vehicle as well as burning off your slice of pizza from lunch :-)
- If you don't have access to a gym you can still perform a small body weight circuit (at least twice a week) in your hotel room - 12 x squats, push-ups, lunges (on each leg), seated dip, crunches followed by a 20-30 second plank. Repeat 2-4 times.

Happy holidays!
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