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Our Mission

Our mission is to remove the guesswork and frustration people experience when trying to improve their health and fitness but fail through a lack of identifying the body's needs. Before now, the advanced technologies used to assess a person's unique physicality and health metrics were reserved for elite athletes due to limited accessibility or high operational costs. Most people assume this is the case, but they'd be wrong. Precision Health has sourced the best in advanced assessment technologies and made these accessible to everyone so you can uncover what's holding you back. Through these testing methods, we can clearly define how your body responds and what the best strategy is to improve your health and fitness.

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Why choose Precision Health?

We founded Precision Health with the endeavour to help resolve the endless cycle of ups and downs so many experience with their health and fitness. Unfortunately, regular gyms and fitness coaches aren’t equipped to unravel the mysteries of the body, so they have to rely on experience and judgements to guide people. At Precision Health, we recognised a need for change. We took responsibility to truly invest in the client’s goals by providing clear, unbiased advice and coaching through a continuous and objective overview of the body and how it responds to exercise and nutrition. Only then can we achieve optimal health without being overwhelmed or burnout. Working with the body and not against it.

Meet the founders

Each team member is highly trained, and we dedicate a significant budget to sending our coaches on continued training and development. Our staff policy is to ensure they have the support to be at their best from both internal and external education mechanisms. Because when they are at their best, they give their best to our customers.

Christian Thomson
Head Scientist

Christian Thomson

Virgis Silinskas
Head Coach

Virgis Silinskas

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  • Let me clarify this to you. 

The time window we choose to fast matters more than the amount of hours we fast for. A lot of people deliberately or not do Intermittent Fating by skipping breakfast, mainly because “it’s easier”. By skipping breakfast most of them consequently have a later dinner too. Having a later dinner will lead the person to not feel hungry the next morning, reason why it is actually easier to skip breakfast rather than dinner.

However let’s talk about why Intermittent Fasting was and is such a recommended approach. Well, I.F has been linked with longevity. I.F triggers what is called Autophagy, a process where cells remove damaged parts, which may protect against diseases.

But Autophagy is an automatic process that happens naturally in the body; Intermittent Fasting simply helps this process happen more efficiently if we do it correctly. 

Fasting in the evening and overnight, then eating early in the day is the best way to do intermitting fasting. Logically If you think about it this makes only sense. The mental and physical demand are highest in the morning so we need more energy in this moment. Whereas later in the day, when the body starts to produce melatonin, the body prepares to rest and not to digest food. Therefore eating later would be just an additional stress and digestion wouldn’t be as efficient.

The body is design to fuel during the day and have enough energy to repair damage during the night. (Autophagy)

People who eat in the morning and afternoon and fast in the evening and during the night have healthier blood lipid profiles and better blood sugar control and tend to lose weight more efficiently.
  • @precisionhealthgym Execution > repetitions! Follow this pull-up advice and your shoulders will thank you 💪🦴
  • Are you eating healthy, exercising regularly, but you are not getting the results that you want ?

Sleep might be the answer !
  • If your approach to fat loss was calories deficit and you get to the point where that doesn’t work anymore, that means you need to change approach! So calorie deficit might not be the way to go but rather doing exactly the opposite might.

Very often the solution to a plateau is simply increase your calories to maintenance calories for about 4 weeks. 

- During these 4 weeks the aim is to increase metabolic rate and eat more 
- Do not focus on weight loss during this period but rather maintaining your weight
- Only think of calorie deficit again when you have achieved your maintenance calories and have been able to stabilise your weight
  • If you hit plateau don’t do the first things that comes up in google
  • If your goal is to kickstart your health journey and actual get results out 6-week program is what you need.

What does this program include ?

• UNLIMITED Personal training sessions for 6 weeks
• Medical grade health assessments at the beginning of your journey: Body composition analysis (@inbodyuk ), Metabolic analysis (@pnoe_performance ) and Posture & Movement analysis (@diers_medical )
• Personalised meal plan and training program
• 1-2-1 weekly sessions with our nutritionist

DM us now if you are interested in the program 💪
Let me clarify this to you. The time window we choose to fast matters more than the amount of hours we fast for. A lot of people deliberately or not do Intermittent Fating by skipping breakfast, mainly because “it’s easier”. By skipping breakfast most of them consequently have a later dinner too. Having a later dinner will lead the person to not feel hungry the next morning, reason why it is actually easier to skip breakfast rather than dinner. However let’s talk about why Intermittent Fasting was and is such a recommended approach. Well, I.F has been linked with longevity. I.F triggers what is called Autophagy, a process where cells remove damaged parts, which may protect against diseases. But Autophagy is an automatic process that happens naturally in the body; Intermittent Fasting simply helps this process happen more efficiently if we do it correctly. Fasting in the evening and overnight, then eating early in the day is the best way to do intermitting fasting. Logically If you think about it this makes only sense. The mental and physical demand are highest in the morning so we need more energy in this moment. Whereas later in the day, when the body starts to produce melatonin, the body prepares to rest and not to digest food. Therefore eating later would be just an additional stress and digestion wouldn’t be as efficient. The body is design to fuel during the day and have enough energy to repair damage during the night. (Autophagy) People who eat in the morning and afternoon and fast in the evening and during the night have healthier blood lipid profiles and better blood sugar control and tend to lose weight more efficiently.
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@precisionhealthgym Execution > repetitions! Follow this pull-up advice and your shoulders will thank you 💪🦴
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Are you eating healthy, exercising regularly, but you are not getting the results that you want ?

Sleep might be the answer !
Are you eating healthy, exercising regularly, but you are not getting the results that you want ? Sleep might be the answer !
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If your approach to fat loss was calories deficit and you get to the point where that doesn’t work anymore, that means you need to change approach! So calorie deficit might not be the way to go but rather doing exactly the opposite might.

Very often the solution to a plateau is simply increase your calories to maintenance calories for about 4 weeks. 

- During these 4 weeks the aim is to increase metabolic rate and eat more 
- Do not focus on weight loss during this period but rather maintaining your weight
- Only think of calorie deficit again when you have achieved your maintenance calories and have been able to stabilise your weight
If your approach to fat loss was calories deficit and you get to the point where that doesn’t work anymore, that means you need to change approach! So calorie deficit might not be the way to go but rather doing exactly the opposite might. Very often the solution to a plateau is simply increase your calories to maintenance calories for about 4 weeks. - During these 4 weeks the aim is to increase metabolic rate and eat more - Do not focus on weight loss during this period but rather maintaining your weight - Only think of calorie deficit again when you have achieved your maintenance calories and have been able to stabilise your weight
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If you hit plateau don’t do the first things that comes up in google
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If your goal is to kickstart your health journey and actual get results out 6-week program is what you need.

What does this program include ?

• UNLIMITED Personal training sessions for 6 weeks
• Medical grade health assessments at the beginning of your journey: Body composition analysis (@inbodyuk ), Metabolic analysis (@pnoe_performance ) and Posture & Movement analysis (@diers_medical )
• Personalised meal plan and training program
• 1-2-1 weekly sessions with our nutritionist

DM us now if you are interested in the program 💪
If your goal is to kickstart your health journey and actual get results out 6-week program is what you need. What does this program include ? • UNLIMITED Personal training sessions for 6 weeks • Medical grade health assessments at the beginning of your journey: Body composition analysis (@inbodyuk ), Metabolic analysis (@pnoe_performance ) and Posture & Movement analysis (@diers_medical ) • Personalised meal plan and training program • 1-2-1 weekly sessions with our nutritionist DM us now if you are interested in the program 💪
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