dwaetford

About me

I am passionate about your fitness solution - Your personal fitness goals, your personal circumstances, and your well being!

I am a mother of two, and in my mid thirty's, having lived a full and exciting life I have experienced all of life's ups and downs, with an appreciation of the commitment it takes to dedicate your time to fitness.

I pride myself on honestly and integrity and am crazy passionate about what your goals are, and you achieving them... I will walk the path with you, and by your side every step of the way.

Testimonials

  • "Having tried 3 other trainers in the past, I have never been happier than i am training with Deb! She is so motivating and really knows her stuff! Her passion for fitness is incredible and i always leave the gym feeling sore but great after training with her".

    Tori Maggs, Client

  • "Fantastic woman who will make your fitness goal a reality. Extremely motivating and encouraging every step of the way. Deb shares an incredible passion for health and fitness which will undeniably rubs off on you.untill you feel the same!

    Vicki Freedman, Client

  • "I love my sessions with Deb, amazing, lovely, inspiring, understanding, tough, rewarding, and I actually enjoy seeing what my mind and body can do"

    Jo Paynter, Client

  • "An awesome person who has a passion to help people to reach their goals. She is a great motivator and even more importantly she will believe in you"!!

    Kristy Taukiri, Client

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Sleep hygiene

Lifestyle Trainers

From Better Health Channel:

'Sleep hygiene' means habits that help you have a good night's sleep. Common sleeping problems (such as insomnia) are often caused by bad habits reinforced over years. You can learn to retrain your body and mind so that you sleep well and wake feeling rested.

Obey your body clock

The body’s alternating sleep–wake cycle is controlled by an internal ‘clock’ within the brain. Most bodily processes (such as temperature and brain states) are synchronised to this 24-hour physiological clock. Getting a good sleep means working with your body clock, not against it. Suggestions include:

  • Get up at the same time every day. Soon this strict routine will help to ‘set’ your body clock and you’ll find yourself getting sleepy at about the same time every night.
  • Don’t ignore tiredness. Go to bed when your body tells you it’s ready.
  • Don’t go to bed if you don’t feel tired. You will only reinforce bad habits such as lying awake.
  • Get enough sunshine. Exposure to light during waking hours helps to set your body clock.

Better Health Channel - Sleep hygiene

Before & after

  • Weight loss results! clean balanced nutrition training hard 2 X per wk with myself, and structured personalized programming for 3 days/wk

  • Natural Butt lift!!! More rounded and perkier Glutes.... Every girls dream... Achieved by heavy lifts and ZERO cardio!

Expertise

  • Body Transformation
  • Boxing for Fitness
  • Circuit Training
  • Fat Loss
  • General fitness
  • Lifestyle Management