A fitness instructor publishes a book with a new method for losing weight

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A Bicester FITNESS instructor is on a mission to help people transform their lives from the inside out with the launch of his new ‘Inflowfit Method’.

Munira Asul, 49, who recently self-published her debut health and fitness book, thinks the current model of eating less and exercising more is wrong.

Her alternative approach promotes positive transformation that involves mind, body and spirit.

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Her three-phase method is based on readings provided by digital scales and takes into account how hydrated and stressed people are, as well as their “metabolic” age, which can be higher or lower than their chronological age.

Ms Asul, who originally worked in public relations before training as a fitness instructor in 2013, said: “While I was in the gym, I noticed that some people work hard but don’t notice a change in their bodies.

“I realized that for many people, going to the gym is an excuse for the unhealthy life they lead outside of it.”

During the lockdowns, Ms Asul completed an online course in the psychology of eating. “I realized that we all have a complicated relationship with food in one way or another,” she said.

“It’s not entirely our fault, as our stressful lives mean we’re encouraged to turn to convenience, highly processed foods, which are invariably full of sugar and salt.”

While people were confined indoors, Ms. Asul worked on an online program that they could follow from the comfort of their homes.

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She followed that up with her book, The Inflowfit Method, which she released in July with the help of a self-publishing company in London.

In addition to offering practical steps on how to make simple changes to our health and well-being, Ms. Asul explores the science behind our behavior, including why we can fall into unhealthy eating habits that then seem nearly impossible to break.

“What’s unique about my method is that it’s not just about what you eat or how much exercise you do,” she said.

“When people come to me for advice on how to get fitter, I tell them to first deal with hydration and sleep. To make a lasting change, you need to review your entire lifestyle. Only then can you start making changes.

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Ms Assoul launched her method and new book at Bicester Leisure Center on Queens Avenue last week.

Her book is published by Wrate’s Publishing and is available from Amazon as a paperback and e-book.

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This story was written by G Harland. She joined the team in 2022 as a senior multimedia reporter.

Gee covers Wallingford, Wantage and Didcot.

Contact her by emailing: [email protected]

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