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Tuesday 24th October: 1pm – 2pm (QLD Time Zone)

‘‘How Intermittent Fasting Can Help Your Clients Manage Their Weight’ with Tyson Brown

‘How Intermittent Fasting Can Help Your Clients Manage Their Weight’ with Tyson BrownIntermittent fasting has become popular in the last few years and for good reasons.

People are able to lose body fat and keep it off long term following this approach because it’s not a “diet” per say.

It’s not restricting your clients from certain foods, but instead condensing the amount of time they have to eat.

Studies have shown that intermittent fasting has been correlated with living longer, improving insulin sensitivity, increasing satiation, boosting mood levels and also keeping weight off after it’s been lost.

In this interview, we’re going to discuss the benefits of intermittent fasting and explain how you can apply it in your own life, as well as how to use it to help your clients.

About Tyson Brown
Tyson Brown is an Australian body transformation coach who helps people lose weight and look great. He’s a certified Personal Trainer, precision nutrition health coach and was the only Australian in 2016 to be mentored under one of the top 10 gym owners in America; Alwyn Cosgrove.

He’s trained fashion bloggers and celebrities, including T.V actor Max Ehlrich. He has been published on various websites such as PTDC, Gym Junkies, Smallbiz magazine and is also is a corporate speaker teaching companies about the importance of health and wellness in the workplace.

Tyson is based in Sydney where he coaches in person, and also works online with clients who are not able to work with him locally.

 

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