Can you really out-train a bad diet? This topic came up in a live Instagram chat between Gemma Atkinson and Ultimate Performance personal trainer Elliott Upton. Here Elliott shares exactly why nourishing your body with the right food is so important to getting results if you want to look your best, feel your best, and […]
U.P. trainer Elliott Upton’s hatred of food prep sent him on a quest to find easy and stress-free ways of getting it done. Here’s what he has learned.
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