Body & Soul Novemeber 2016 Newsletter


training FAQs (frequently asked questions)

Over the years, we have answered many training-related questions in the trainer's corner section of our newsletter. Some of these questions continue to be asked by our clients, both old and new. Read more...


fitness tip: resting between sets

Your rest time between sets will depend on how much weight you lift and what your ultimate goal is. If you are lifting heavy weights to improve your strength, then it is recommended that you rest for a longer period of time between sets (i.e. 2 to 5 minutes). However, if improving endurance is your goal and you are performing high repetitions with lower weights, then a shorter rest time is recommended (i.e. 30 seconds or less). 5


nutrition tip: cold season - fighting back

It's that time of the year again! Avoiding the common cold can be easier said than done but there are ways in which you can boost your immunity to better your chances of staying cold-free! Try boosting your immune system with the help of nutrients many experts believe have infection-fighting properties, such as garlic, ginseng and aloe vera. In the event that you do get sick, don't forget to drink plenty of fluids and get lots of rest to ensure your body is at its best to fight off the symptoms!


club news

Studio Closure: Body & Soul will be closed Friday November 11th to Sunday November 13th for the Remembrance Day weekend. Studio will re-open Monday November 14th at 6am. We hope you have a nice long weekend!


New Staff Members: We are excited to welcome Bryan Lopez to the Personal Training Team and Jessica King to the Front Desk Team.


Refer & Receive!: Every time you refer a new client who purchases a minimum of 10 personal training sessions or a small group training package, you will receive a complimentary session.


Waitlist: Are the times and days you want to train fully booked? Are you available at short notice to train? Complete a waitlist slip in the studio and we will call you the day prior if a spot has opened up with your favourite trainer(s).

Iris Collins

Nicole Britton

Front Desk Supervisor

Nicole grew up in a small town just north of Toronto and made the move to Vancouver two years ago with hopes of new adventures and experiences. She studied nutrition at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition, recently obtained her Registered Holistic Nutritionist designation and is currently studying to become a Certified Personal Trainer. Nicole is no stranger to the fitness industry, having been a competitive gymnast for 10 years. With a lifelong passion for learning about health and fitness, she's a great fit with the Body & Soul Team! Read more...


trainer's corner

Q: How often should I be working out with my trainer?


A: How often you work with your trainer will depend on a variety of personal factors (i.e. time, money, etc.); however, typically, you should be exercising (with a trainer or on your own) between two and three times per week, with a minimum of one day of rest between your workouts. Read more...