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Ronke, a qualified group fitness instructor with over 20 years experience. She started her fitness career in the early 90s while living in South East, London.
Ronke, a 1990 graduate from Ogun State University in Nigeria has certification from YMCAFit (UK) in Exercise to Music, Step Aerobics, Core Stability and HIIT. She also has a Kettlebell certification and a mat Pilate qualification from the Eclipse Training Institute and a Postgraduate Diploma in Exercise and Nutrition Science from University of Chester.
She’s a certified GP Referral Instructor – Exercise programming and recommendation for medical conditions such as Arthritis, Diabetes, Hypertension, Obesity, etc
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Ronke Gbadebo is a qualified group fitness instructor with over 20 years experience.
Benefits of a healthy lifestyle
A healthy lifestyle has both short and long term health benefits. Long term, eating a balanced diet, taking regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight can add years to your life and reduce the risk of certain diseases including cancer, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis and obesity. In the short-term it can also make you feel and look your best, give you more energy and help you maintain a healthy weight.
The key to reducing the risk of these diseases is making small changes to your daily lives – eating healthier food, getting your 5-a-day, having treats occasionally, and taking more exercise. Improving your lifestyle with small steps in the right direction will have a big impact on your well-being.