Ruby Elite to attend Bodypower Expo 2015

Ruby Elite Training will be attending the BodyPower Expo 15th - 17th May 2015 at the Birmingham NEC - pop along to see us for special discounts on the day visit ...

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Ch ch ch Chia Seeds

These fuzzy seeds have soared in popularity over the last few years and are quoted as being a superfood. So what are they, how do you add them to your diet and are they really a superfood?   Chia seeds come from a flowering plant in the mint family that's native to Mexico and Guatemala and ...

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New courses launching soon!

Level 3 Exercise Referral Exercise Referral is a specific and formalised programme whereby a medical professional refers a patient to a fitness programme/instructor. It is not the same as a ‘recommendation’ to exercise. A formal agreement will exist between the referrer and the exerc ...

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Ruby Elite becomes an endorsed Skillsactive training provider

We are now a Skillsactive endorsed training provider. Skillsactive is the sector council for Health and fitness and we have passed their robust quality checks. Endorsed Skillsactive providers are recognised as leaders in the fitness training industry.      ...

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Fitness trends in 2014

Another year of fitness gone by. 2013 was the year of bootcamps so what were the trends of 2014? Beth gives a quick overview of fitness of the last year....   1) HIIT -  Alternating high intense periods with slow recovery periods this method of training remained a favourite 2) Mili ...

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Happy New Year - Fitness Trends for 2014

A Happy New Year of Fitness 2014-01-11 Happy New Year from Ruby Elite Training. As we enter a new year it is worth noting what the fitness industry is predicting for 2014. The year 2013 saw a rise in personal training qualifications, group workouts and the emergence of a number of fitness tren ...

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Peppermint oil improves exercise performance

For a long time there have been reports that the aroma of peppermint can improve exercise performance. It alters perception of how hard you are working out making the exercise seem less strenuous, slower paced and easier to complete. In March 2013 a study was performed on the actual intake of pe ...

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