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BONNI LONDON, Registered Dietitian Nutritionist

Bonni London began her career as a personal trainer in New York City in the early 1990’s, motivating and challenging people to achieve their health and fitness goals. During this time, she realized her passion for nutrition and acquired her Master’s in Clinical Nutrition from New York University.  She has provided nutritional services as an accredited, registered and licensed dietitian since 1999.

Bonni has developed comprehensive nutritional programs for:

  • Neurological disorders — Parkinson’s, Multiple Sclerosis,  Alzheimer’s, ADD, ADHD
  • Cancer prevention, treatment or remission
  • Heart Disease and Metabolic Syndrome
  • Cholesterol, Triglycerides, High Blood pressure, Stroke,
  • Diabetes, Pre Diabetes, Type I and Type II Diabetes, Gastro-paresis
  • Food allergies, intolerances, sensitivities — Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Irritable Bowel Syndrome   (IBS), Gastric Reflux Disease (GERD)
  • Weight Management, Hormone imbalance, Thyroid dysfunction
  • Autoimmune disorders

Bonni’s work experience includes a decade of long-term healthcare and physician concierge services before beginning her own private practice. Other professional experience includes Past President of the Manasota Dietetic Association, visiting lecturer at Parkinson’s Place, and media industry expert for ABC TV 7 Suncoast news and appearances on radio station WSLR 96.5 and Suncoast News Network.

Bonni, a working single mother of twins, demonstrates what is possible when you are determined and goal oriented. Her passion is to utilize the latest research, separating fact from fiction, to educate patients to take care of their bodies. She stays up to date by attending the latest cutting edge nutritional conferences in New York and Miami.  As an authority on lifestyle coaching, Bonni will ensure that you have all the tools to achieve your goals.

“Insanity – doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Albert Einstein

Are you ready for a new way to approach your issue? Contact us now.

(941) 685-8074
BONNI@LONDONWELLNESS.NET

general warm up (10 minutes)

weight plate orbits x 20 reps

strict weight plate front raises x 15 reps

Russian plank walk ups x 20 reps

recline rope climb x 5

specific warm up (5 minutes)

weighted pull ups set up and light practice

strength (20 minutes)

weighted pull ups x 3-3-3-3-3-3-3 reps

conditioning/accessory work (2 rounds)

double dumbbell push press x 10 reps

double chain curls x 10 reps

hollow rocks x 20 reps

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  1. live a long and meaningful life
  2. die anyway

Cynics, skeptics, and negative people like to dwell on answer 2. They love to tell people that all their efforts to be healthy  and their self-discipline are pointless wastes of time.

The stories still circle around and around about the person who “they say” smoked like a chimney, drank a lot of booze and lived to 100 years old.

My choice is answer 1, to live a long and meaningful life. Answer 2 is inevitable for every person (unless the LORD returns first and gets us off this planet).

I recently said, “Life is short, why make it miserable too?”

So stick to your discipline and healthy habits. It is worth the effort in order to have a wonderful life full of rich and treasured memories.

“This is the day the LORD has made, and I will rejoice and be glad in it.”

 

I think it is great to train team sport athletes  for those who feel called to do it.

However, that is not our focus here at the Cave.

I just train regular folks who want to be healthy and strong.

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My doctor asked me several years ago if I wanted to live long or live well.

Both would be great, but if I could only pick one it would be to live well.

Living to be 100 and  all full of tubes and on a gazillion meds is not a life I want!

I see example of people who are living long and well almost every day, like Jacinto Bonilla, Robert Durbin, Carmen Caputo, Peter Ragnar, Stephen Santangelo  to name a few.

I met a WWII Veteran the other day who still trains at the gym four days a week at 94 years young!

I see other guys much younger already falling apart physically. Why is that?

Barring any unpreventable disasters, tragic accidents or diseases, many guys are just sedentary and lazy.

thF6EVOW46_ProverbRemember, it’s never too late to make a new start.

Take action today!

general warm up (10 minutes)

clock push ups x twice around the clock

Americanas x 50 reps

sandbag shouldering x 15/15 reps

traveling broad jumps x 100 feet

specific warm up (5 minutes)

triple tire flip/rear drag set up and light practice

strength (20 minutes)

 triple tire flip/rear drag x 1/1/1/1/1

conditioning/accessory work (2 rounds)

lateral sledge hammer strikes x 10/10 reps

Adex club barbarian pull overs x 20 reps

 

general warm up (10 minutes)

resistance band pull a parts x 100 reps

rotation push ups x 20 reps

Splank inch worms x 50 feet

side shuffles x 200 feet

Burgener drills

specific warm up (5 minutes)

squat cleans set up and light practice

strength (20 minutes)

squat cleans x 2/2/2/2/2/2/2/2 reps

conditioning/accessory work (2 rounds)

double dumbbell cleans x 10 reps

dumbbell rack squats x 10 reps

Power Wheel roll outs x 10 reps

 

 

 

 


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