|Academy Member - Prevention Plan||£0.00 now and then £9.99 per Month.||Select|
|Academy Member - Recovery Plan||£0.00 now and then £9.99 per Month.||Select|
|Exercise Classes Plan 1||£20.00 per Month.||Select|
|Exercise Classes Plan 2||£30.00 per Month.||Select|
|All access pass||£35.00 per Month.||Select|
Recovery Plan – Outline
The recovery plan is an online programme designed for any heart patient to improve their heart health through exercise and by leading a healthier lifestyle. In the plan you will find lots of different exercises and workouts specifically designed for heart patients along with lots of information on lifestyle change, your heart, medications and a healthy lifestyle.
The recovery plan has been designed for anyone with a heart condition or who has had heart surgery. This can range from if you have recently had heart surgery, if you have heart failure, if you have previously had a heart event, if you have any sort of implantable heart device or if you have a genetic heart condition. The only exception to this unfortunately is that the plan is not suited for anyone with unstable angina.
The plan is designed to help support you through your recovery, from the beginning where you may be returning from hospital right up until maintaining lifestyle changes and long-term exercise. It is important to note this is not a replacement for cardiac rehabilitation.
Prevention Plan – Outline
The prevention plan is an online programme designed for anybody looking to improve their health through exercise and a healthier lifestyle. In the plan you will find lots of different exercises and workouts specifically designed by me along with lots of information on topics such as lifestyle change, weight loss, a healthy lifestyle, risk factors and much more.
The plan is primarily aimed at anybody who may be at increased risk of cardiovascular disease for example those who are overweight, type 2 diabetic, have high blood pressure, smoke or lead an inactive lifestyle. However, it can also be for people who generally want to improve their health and fitness and are not your typical ‘gym bunny’.