According to top celebrity trainers, anyone trying to lose weight must spin a treadmill, lift heavy weights, and drink coffee before going to the gym.
Former Olympic speed skater Saralinsey says if you want to burn fat, shrink your clothes size, or train for a marathon, then if you want to burn fat, cut down on your clothes, or train for a marathon, then Saralinsey says you have to hit the road.
PT specializes in body deformities, and stars like Pixie Lott, Paloma Faith, and Vogue Williams all rely on Sarah to sculpt them.
Sarah told MailOnline that the average customer has put on 10 kg since the Covid pandemic started, but she told her that too much aerobic exercise and a trendy fasting diet wouldn’t bring results.
She also says that mastering just five exercises is enough to transform your body.
Here she reveals why fasting is not the solution and why coffee can help you lose fat – but drinking it after your workout is “the worst thing you can do for yourself”.
Hard training: Model and presenters Vogue Williams (left) and Sarah Lindsay
Singer Paloma Faith reached out to PT after giving birth earlier this year
The former Olympic speed skater (pictured) says no matter your goal, whatever your destination, you should go the way
Fitness guru is dedicated to lifting weights and eating the food you like
Why coffee is great before the gym – but never after
“If you can’t eat first and you feel bad about breakfast, don’t eat it.
“Completely hungry coffee gives you energy and its caffeine kick helps you play.
“Coffee is a stimulant and causes cortisol spikes – this can be used before training.
“But it always has to be before and after training. It’s one of the worst things you can do on your own.
“You shouldn’t over-acidify your body, and you don’t want your body to be stimulated after exercise.”
Sarah says if you gain weight from multiple blockages, you can use that to your advantage in the gym.
She said, “Most of the people who come to see me have earned 10 kilometers since the blockade.
“At first everyone trained, but after a year and a half I got bored.
“This weight gain has a negative impact on your health.
“But the good thing is, the heavier you are, the stronger you are – so use the extra weight you have.
“People think they have to do aerobics first and then weight training first, but they don’t.
“Jogging when you are heavy only makes you sick because of the effects it has on your joints.
“Weight training is the best form of exercise for you – use it to your advantage.”
When it comes to dieting, coffee at the gym can help, but she says there aren’t any secret ingredients that help reduce fat.
“There are no foods that help you lose fat – there are no foods that help you lose weight.
“I don’t like demonstrating food, but I suggest that people develop better habits – eat for health, eat for performance, eat for energy, and relax. ”
“Weight training is important to any fitness goal. The more muscles you have, the higher your metabolism. “
Sarah says everyone should do weightlifting, whether they’re trying to shrink their clothes or training in a marathon. She also says that rest is important in order to achieve your goals.
5 moves you need to blast fat fast
Master these five movements to target all of the muscles in your body for the overall workout.
All types of squats (single leg squats, wide split squats) actually target the legs and glutes
3. Chest press
4. Overhead press
There are different variations of rowing movements – one-arm rowing, bent rowing, pull-down
“Everything is covered by these five trains. Bend your hips, push and pull, push over your head, and bend your knees. The whole body becomes stronger and targets the whole body.
“Learn these five things, get into good shape and enjoy it, then start putting weight on the bar, putting more weight on it, and challenging yourself.
“You get a body that is really ready to start exercising.”
“The more muscle you have, the more metabolism you have. The more muscle you have, the higher your metabolism and the more calories you burn at rest.
“Cardio is the final piece of the puzzle. Many people want to do more, and when they do a lot of aerobics they are too tired to lift properly. You won’t be able to increase it.
“You don’t have to do anything to lose. Not eating enough is not a fun way to live. “
“If you want to run a marathon, you need to do strength training beforehand to be strong and not injured.
“Being stronger is part of everyday life – every activity benefits. Weight only works for a very long time, so your body gets used to it quickly. You need to add the weight. ..
“Most people are scared of the gym weight department, which is the main reason we started Roar Metal.
“Even someone like me – I know what I’m doing, I’m an Olympic athlete – but when I go to a new gym I just want to find my comfort zone, I feel a little uncomfortable in the new environment.
“But I want to help people get used to using weights, get stronger, and feel more confident. Our workouts are worn in the gym when the weight at home isn’t heavy enough. It can be used by those who use the phone.
“You need to stimulate your muscles, the goal is always to gradually lift and improve the heavier ones. Try to gain more weight every time you hit the gym.
“We have to take the rest to work harder in the session. We need to take a break between the set and the person in charge. We also need a day of rest and relaxation.
“But for many it is not intuitive to rest while trying to achieve a goal.”
Dame Kelly Holmes and Sarah Lindsay at the Roar Metal launch last week
Former Olympic athletes say that everyone should do weight training and rest is important in order to achieve their goals
Roaring Diet: “Chicken and Rice Don’t Have to Be Boring Fitness Foods”
Sweet: Sarah’s dessert consists of warm sweet potatoes with coconut yogurt, peanut butter and frozen blueberries
Ideal for vegans: grilled yuzu tofu, cauliflower, coleslaw, dried tomatoes, chili peppers, pickled garlic
Sarah and Vogue Williams postpone training at Roar Fitness
“People use fasting as a way to starve – not eating enough is not a fun way to live.”
Sarah suggests that fasting has been shown to be scientifically beneficial – including cancer patients and those serious about losing weight.
People seeking help losing weight are now 5 pounds heavier than they were before the pandemic
According to one study, the average person seeking help with weight loss is 5 pounds (2.2 kg) heavier than it was before the pandemic. This means you are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
This study, published in The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology, compared the weights of people who participated in the NHS diabetes prevention program both before and during the pandemic.
The average initial weight difference was 5 pounds (2.2 kg), but those under 40 suffered the worst, with an average gain of 8 pounds (3.6 kg).
It is estimated that a 2.2 pound (1 kg) weight gain can increase a person’s risk of diabetes by about 8 percent.
But if people don’t study properly, losing weight can be a dangerous way, she says.
She told MailOnline: “The problem with fasting is that we don’t understand why people fast.
“You need to know what you are doing and the purpose and science behind it – it may be good for you, but a lot of people just don’t eat breakfast. Use fasting.
“Too many people don’t eat and try to get more exercise, but that’s a very unhealthy approach.
“It’s easy to skip breakfast because you may not have an appetite in the morning. Then you eat fewer calories and in the short term because you shorten the window of time in which you have time to eat. Decrease.
“It’s a lot easier for people to do nothing. If you don’t bother to eat you will lose weight, but is it useful for performance? How many top athletes are fast?
“Everyone is different and has different goals and different things to try to accomplish, but that should be the main focus of any nutritional plan in order to eat for optimal health. Hmm
“You cannot sacrifice your health for results.
“To get the most out of your training session, you need to run and eat to recover from your training session.
“Then you can adjust your diet and eat what your aesthetic goals are.”
Sara Lindsay is the founder of Roar Metal
Nick Grimshaw and Roar Fitness PT in Kensington, West London
Model Nell McAndrew (pictured last week) is another roaring believer