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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)

vertical pull a parts x 50 reps

Power Wheel rollouts x 10 reps

kettlebell V press x 10 reps

resistance  band tricep push downs x 20 reps

specific warm up (5 minutes)

strict chain press set up and light practice

strength (20 minutes)

strict chain press x 7 reps x 5 sets

conditioning/accessory work (2 rounds)

Neuro Grip push ups x 10 reps

strict pull ups x 5 reps

We developed this course to help people get started training with maces and clubs.

It will give enough basics to get started safely in this very rewarding method of training.

For those who want to become certified, this course is a pre-requisite** for the

Mace Fit® Instructor Certification Course.

Right now, it is on sale for only $20

 

**There are 2 exceptions here, one is if you are already certified in another mace or club system or you have been invited personally by the Mace Fit® Coordinator.

 

 

Some say, “I only compete against myself,” and that is cool; however if they don’t keep a training journal they are lying.

How do they know if they are making progress or not?

My current training journal spans over a decade. I know from it what works best for me.

Everyone who trains at the Cave is required to keep a hard copy training journal. That means an old-fashioned notebook and a pen; no one is allowed to use their phone for this.

Each quarter we do nine tests:

  • 5 barbell tests
  • 2 bodyweight tests
  • 1 steel mace test
  • 1 steel club test

Note: We use Adex maces & clubs since they are the  best I have found

Each athlete’s test is individualized based on their training journal.

This strategy has shown continuous improvement, even for our most advanced athletes.

So get your training journal and get serious about making progress!

Our macefit.com class will be at 6pm tonight only.

At 5pm come tune in to “What is Mace Fit?”
Listen to the podcast here


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