Natasha Richmond Personal Trainer, Fitness Instructor & Nutrition Coach
“I am passionate about good food and exercise. We only get one body and one life, so we might as well make the most of it. Find healthy foods that you love, and get your body moving in a way that makes you happy, and live life to the full.”‘Eat. Move. Live.’ is the Trainers & Bananas motto, because eating well and being active are key to living a happy and healthy life.
So what are you waiting for? Get motivated to make a change, plan how you’re going to do it, schedule it into your life, and go for it. And if you need some help, Trainers & Bananas is here for you.
The Be Healthy Challenge Nutrition & Fitness Support
‘Best meal plan ever!’ ‘I’ve dropped 4lb and feel much better. My skin is radiant too. I think it’s a change for life!’
The Be Healthy Challenge is nutrition and fitness support with a difference. Faddy diets may well work short term but they aren’t sustainable long term, and once you go back to how you used to eat, you may find that any weight or inches that you have lost will go back on, and then some.
Or even if you lose weight in a sensible way with support, how many times have you found that you go back to your old ways once you go it alone?
Support, motivation, understanding, encouragement, fresh ideas, clear and simple advice… these are the things that you need to keep going and to stay on track.
For just £5 per calendar month, you can get all of this from me via my Be Healthy Challenge closed Facebook group. Use it like a food diary and a support group, in order to stay on track and make the most of your life. With the opportunity to buy recipes and weekly menu plans as and when you need them from just £2.50, it couldn’t be simpler. And new from April 2019, fitness videos and challenges will be included in your monthly fee.
Get in touch to sign up now!
Q: What’s the hardest thing about making a change? A: Sticking to it! Faddy diets may well work short term (mainly because you’re losing fluid rather than body fat), but they aren’t sustainable long term, and once you go back to how you used to eat, you may find that the weight goes back on, […]