Introducing… Neil Hussey, Personal Trainer and Fitness Coach

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Hi, I’m Neil and I am looking forward to coming on board with Look Local Magazine as their monthly Fitness feature writer. As a PT with over 16 years experience, I hope to be able to educate you all on the importance of taking time out for you, to focus on improving your overall health.  Whether you are looking to lose weight, train for a specific event or simply feel healthier, I provide personal training tailored to your individual goals. 

I like to practice what I preach,  however I also understand how hard it can be to juggle work, family and other commitments to train. I am married and have an 13 year old son who, although can help motivate, can definitely be an easy reason not to train.

I aim to motivate you, but not through shouting or by making you feel guilty if you’ve haven’t been able to fit in the training I’ve set you since the last session. Instead I prefer to gain an understanding as to why it’s not worked and find a solution to enable you to continue with your workouts and get the best out of our sessions. And having trained for many events myself I know exactly what you are going through and also how difficult it can be sometimes with injuries and lack of motivation.

As well as face-to-face training I also offer online Personal Training via an easy to navigate app, which you can use anywhere in the world. The app provides you with bespoke training programmes, meal plans, coaching tips, exercise videos, progress tracking, notifications so you never miss another workout, instant messaging with your PT and so much more.

So if you are looking for a personal trainer who is going to come and shout at you for an hour, make you feel guilty and look down at you from a pedestal for not doing anything between sessions, and then make you not be able to walk from doing hundreds of burpees as punishment, then sorry I am not the PT for you! However, if you are looking for someone to confide in, a PT who will understand and help you overcome the obstacles that life throws at us and help you reach your goals, who you may well see out with a beer in his hand, then we need to talk.

For more information about NHPT contact:

M: 07590 676 205 | E: neil@nhpt.org.uk | W: www.nhpt.org.uk
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Pure strength ❣️Josh Powell, husband of Zoe, 29, and father to Phoebe, 8, Simeon, 6, Amelia 4, and Penny, 18 months, has today released a tribute following last week’s tragic road traffic collision on the A40 in which Zoe, Phoebe, Simeon and Amelia died.

Please read tribute below ⬇️

"My Family"

“Before the adventure of starting a family, nobody truly knows what to expect. All of life’s preconceptions and what we see in the world around us meant that life as a family man was so much better than I expected it to be.

“I had been blessed with four wonderful children, whose thirst for life and hunger of adventure kept me busy but in the best possible way.

“As I look to an uncertain future, I reflect on the fun that we had as a family, with feelings of sadness that it was cut so short.

“Phoebe was my first daughter, and was the model of her mother but with a thirst to always know more. Regularly we would adventure and explore the world together. She was clever and able to make great jumps of imagination - her great creations in Lego are testament to this.

“Simeon was just like his father, with a mischievous sense of humour and desire to know more of the world. A keen sportsman, he had been due to play in first football match this week.

“He shared the kind heart of his sisters and wouldn’t be happier than when he knew that everyone was ok.

“Amelia was kind and spirited. Her tenderness and thoughtfulness much more advanced than her years.

“Her ability to dance and express herself was a true blessing, with an abundance of self-confidence. Tied down by no element of practicality she had the most vivid dreams imagination.

“Myself and Zoe were as different as we were alike. Despite the frequent tensions this would bring, it was of immense benefit having such differing world views.

“Our children benefited from this in having adventures but also the quiet to talk. Zoe was a dreamer; with a head spinning of new things to do or tales to tell. More than anything, we made a great partnership to raise a family.

“I want to thank everyone who has rushed to put their arms around to us to support me and Penny.

“As a family that have always preferred understated calm and brevity, it has been a revelation the benefit of the deep wider relationships now I’ve lost my immediate nuclear family.

“There are many battles to come, and I thank everyone who has stood by me and Penny thus far.

“We are well supported and know to ask if anything is needed.

“Now we have the time to readjust and grieve, this is the challenge of the abundance of loss we feel as a family.

“Thank you to those who have respected our space and supported us thus far, and given us the time and space to do this.”
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Condolences - taken from Chinnor Parish Council Facebook page.....

“As a close Chinnor community, we are all so saddened and shocked to hear about the tragic accident. Our thoughts and prayers to everyone.
St Andrew's Church is open every day between 11am and 5pm for private prayer, lighting a candle and a book of condolence.

The Chinnor Community Church on the High Street has created a space for flowers to be laid for the family. CCC has a cross outside to lay flowers under. The chapel will be open for private prayer, reflection, and a book of condolence for the next 2 weeks on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10.00 am - noon; also, Fridays from 2.00 - 4.00 pm.

On Monday the 19th October from 7pm the Scout Troop and their leaders will be walking through the village on their way to hold a candle lit vigil for Josh and his baby daughter.

At 8pm we will be holding a 1 minute silence in remembrance of Zoe, Phoebe, Simeon and Amelia.
We are hoping that the residents of Chinnor would also light a candle and hold a 1 minutes silence at 8pm either on your doorstep or in your house to help guide them on to the next part of their journey and to hold Josh and his baby daughter in your hearts and thoughts. Turn Chinnor Green for the Powell family.

CPC will observe a 1 minute silence during their Finance zoom meeting at 8pm.”
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Meet Neil, our NEW resident Fitness Contributor in Look Local Magazine.

Neil has been a Personal Trainer for over 16 years, so has a huge wealth of experience in health and fitness.

Do check out his insta @nhpthub and keep your eyes peeled for his features in the magazine.
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