London, England (1 Jun 2015): As the summer months approach and the evenings get lighter, many people will be taking advantage of the additional daylight hours and the opportunity to finesse their fitness before their planned summer holiday.
We all know to get the best from any exercise regime, it’s important to eat right. Shepherd’s Pie is a great cost-effective dish providing important protein, carbohydrates and vegetables before you put yourself through your paces. Pound Place will be featuring a failsafe recipe for even the most amateur cook to master which will be guaranteed to energise you and keep hunger at bay, while also providing the benefits of freezable leftovers.
For the more technologically savvy individual, we’ll also be providing a breakdown of the top 10 free dieting and weight loss apps, helping you to bypass any gym costs and giving you all the exercise and dietary information you need to develop a plan that works for you.
Perhaps you’re an active member of your local sports club and have been tasked with helping to plan and deliver a sporting event on a budget. We’ll be providing you with a step-by-step guide on what you’ll need to do to deliver an event that’s sure to be a winner and not a wipe out.
If you consider yourself far from a gym bunny or simply enjoy a more diverse way of staying active, we’ll also be providing a range of recommended alternative fitness methods to keep your workouts varied and interesting.
Nick Drew, Managing Director of Pounds to Pocket, said, “The lead up to summer is always a time when people are looking to improve their fitness levels and embrace the outdoors. Our tips this month are designed to help customers get the best of the most cost-effective exercise options available to them.
“We strive to keep our customer service at consistently high levels – it’s a key part of our Customer First initiative. Our efforts are well reflected in Pounds to Pocket customer satisfaction ratings: on average 90% say they are satisfied with the service they receive.”
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