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Woman & Home August 2014

Get Stronger, Live longer
Double page spread by Kathryn Freeland about strength training in your 40s, 50s and 60s

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Mail On Sunday You Magazine 6th July 2014

Kathryn Freeland is included in 5 of ‘the world’s most sought-after fitness trainers’
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Aspire magazine Spring/ Summer 2014

Top celebrity trainer Kathryn Freeland discusses how exercise and diet has led to a happy healthy life
Double Page spread on Kathryn with the best 6 exercises for your best beach body ever

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Telegraph Online 3rd April 2014

Kathryn Freeland gives emergency advice on exercising in the London smog

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Daily Mail 11th March 2014

Secrets of an A-List body
How to get the enviable physiques of the stars: Cate Blanchett’s waist

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Financial Times 27th January 2014

Naked bosses and other gym hazards
Tips on how to work out with your work colleagues and is it beneficial or detrimental

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Argos Magazine January 2013

Get Fit Stay Fit
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Sainsbury Magazine Sept - Oct 2013

One year to fit, flab-free and fabulous
Kathryn Freeland helps Fiona stay motivated now the summer has gone and the days are darkening

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Boots Health & Beauty Sept - Oct 2013

We want Obama Arms
Kathryn gives tips and exercises on how to get arms like Michelle Obama

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Sainsbury Magazine July - August 2013

One year to fit, flab-free and fabulous
Kathryn Freeland helps Fiona through the school holiday traumas!

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Sainsbury Magazine May - June 2013

One year to fit, flab-free and fabulous
Kathryn Freeland helps Fiona do some extra toning for her bikini and tips on how to avoid bloating while travelling

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Daily Telegraph.co.uk April 8th 2013

Running Tips
www.telegraph.co.uk
Kathryn gives some top last minute tips for the London marathon runners

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Sainsbury's Magazine April 2013

One year to fit, flab-free and fabulous
Fiona has lost a further 4lb this month, is feeling great, has cut down on all refined sugars, is drinking lots more water and getting into an exercise routine

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Tesco Magazine March-April 2013

Let's get together to tackle diabetes
Kathryn gives advice on walking more to keep active, the correct technique, how hard to push yourself, terrains and what gear to have.

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Sainsbury's Magazine March 2013

One year to fit, flab-free and fabulous
Fiona has lost 2 lbs and has started ordering groceries online, keeping a diet diary, doing the plank daily and asking friends to support her diet changes

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Metro February 11th 2013

Physical Sex-ercise
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For women, ballet's plié exercise will stretch and strengthen the inner thigh muscles,' says Kathryn 'Doing this exercise will open up the pelvis, allowing your partner to get closer to you, and strengthen the inner thigh muscles so you can keep him exactly where you want him.For men, Freeland advises a full arm plank to strengthen the shoulders and the core.

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Sainsbury's Magazine February 2013

One year to fit, flab-free and fabulous
We've enlisted top personal trainer Kathryn to help one reader lose weight and improve her overall health and fitness. Over the next 12 months, Kathryn will email mentor and do monthly PT sessions, developing a programme that will help our reader live a healthier life long term. Follow our feature to pick up plenty of brilliant tips

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Netdoctor.co.uk February 2013

Your health after pregnancy
www.netdoctor.co.uk
Mum-friendly fitness tips. Personal trainer Kathryn Freeland explains when it's safe to start exercising and suggests some exercises to try with baby.

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Metro February 2013

It's a marathon, not a sprint: Experts' long-distance training tips
www.metro.co.uk
Remember to keep working on the stomach muscles. Exercises for transverse abdominus, obliques and lower back provide core strength. Exercises such as the plank and side plank are essential. 'Freeland also advises including speed sessions in your training. '

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Boots Magazine January-February 2013

Tune in your body clock and get fitter faster
Choosing exercise for the right time of day – a cardio class such as spinning is a perfect lunchtime option says Kathryn, a class usually lasts 45 minutes so you do it without worrying that you'll be back late to the office and you don't need to do this every day once or twice a week will make a difference.

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Daily Mail January 1st 2013

Healthy resolutions that just won't work
Kathryn says 'we all need to work on our fitness in a holistic way. That means combining workouts to build strength, flexibility, coordination, balance and of course cardiovascular health. This will give you greater results and less risk of injury.'

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Metro December 2012

Little black dress workout: Exercises to get you in shape this Christmas
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The compass lunge is an effective exercise to tone every inch of the thighs,' says personal trainer Kathryn Freeland 'It works your quads, abductors, adductors and hamstrings.

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Stylenest.co.uk December 2012

Absolute Fitness Christmas Survival Tips
Always order a glass of water with your wine as we often drink the first glass of wine too quickly because we feel dehydrated
If you are eating out have either wine or pudding you don't need both
Never go to the supermarket hungry, you'll buy food you normally wouldn't do and perhaps even a snack you don't need Buy small glasses of wine as you'll drink them at the same speed as a large

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Tatler Spa Guide 2013 November 2012

Tatler Spa Guide 2013
Green Farm Fitness is featured in the Tatler Spa Guide 2013 getting a fantastic write up in the annual guide

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Sainsbury Magazine November 2012

50 Ways to love Winter
Kathryn gives tips including deep breathing for positivity and the lungs; doing calf stretches on the front door step; step ups indoors and the plank for a strong toned core

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100 Ways October 2012

100 ways for Every Girl to Look & feel fantastic'
'Exercise is a much better use of time than mindlessly eating, drinking and shopping' says Kathryn Freeland ' if you're flying you often eat several bad meals a day just because you are bored. If you exercise you won't eat out of boredom and you'll make better choices when you do eat. If people have too many excuses to give exercise a miss (such as travelling) they give up completely.

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Financial Times October 2012

The Business Traveller – Fitting in exercise at the airport
'Exercise is a much better use of time than mindlessly eating, drinking and shopping' says Kathryn Freeland ' if you're flying you often eat several bad meals a day just because you are bored. If you exercise you won't eat out of boredom and you'll make better choices when you do eat. If people have too many excuses to give exercise a miss (such as travelling) they give up completely.

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BBC Radio 5 Live September 2012

Radio 5 Live
Kathryn talks about what the V muscle or inguinal crease is and how the fashion came about

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Health & Fitness September 2012

Are you a yo-yo exerciser?
'Yo-yo exercising is on the increase because our get it quick society leads us to believe they can get instant results' says KF 'women exercise or diet intensely for a period but it's not sustainable so they stop. They also fail to set realistic goals for how often they can fit exercise into their week or what they enjoy doing. This short term approach can wreak havoc with your fitness and health.

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London Evening Standard August 2012

Green Farm Fitness
gets a great review 'yes, it's a boot camp but not as we know it'...

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The Daily Telegraph August 2012

Why a six-pack is no longer enough
The really toned body these days sports a distinctive V of abdominal muscle. KF describes the V line, who has them and the exercises that help you get them http://www.telegraph.co.uk/lifestyle/9501882/Why-a-six-pack-is-no-longer-enough.html

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Metro August 2012

Trainer's tips
'Why warm up? It may seem a waste of time but it is essential for getting the most out of your workout' explains KF 'you will get a better workout, physically and mentally. A warm up increases muscle temperature, which means your muscles can contract and relax more effectively which improves speed and strength. It also improves muscle elasticity, which reduces risk of injury.

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Metro July 2012

Trainer's tips
How to revamp your run: After doing the same run for a few months, results start to plateau, so shake up your routine by creating your own interval training circuit. Vary the pace and terrain of your run, try sprinting between trees or lampposts, sprint up hills or steps and run on grass as well as tarmac. When you see a bench try planks, forwards or sideways step ups, burpees, repeaters or walking lunges or press ups with claps.

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Woman and Home August 2012

You don’t have to be an Olympic athlete to revamp your fitness
Kathryn comments on the benefits of synchronised swimming, fencing, beach volleyball and sailing, also explaining what type of person each sport would suit, what it is best for and how many calories are burnt and wahich other activity would complement it for a balanced fitness regime.

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Tesco Magazine May-June 2012

Easy Steps to a Fitter You
Join a class, advises top personal trainer, Kathryn. You’ll exercise at a set time every week and get into a regular routine or get friends together and hire a personal trainer for private classes Run, cycle, walk part or all of your commute. Go outside, your body and mind will thank you for it. Introduce interval training to take it up a notch. Try something different, a new activity will challenge your body in a different way

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StyleNest.co.uk June 2012

The boutique country fitness retreat – Green Farm Fitness combines wellness and fitness with luxury and relaxation. A must-visit for those looking to get in shape in for summer.
Green Farm Fitness is the brain child of Kathryn Freeland and Maryann Richmond-Coggan. Kathryn has been a personal trainer for over 15 years. She believes in a long term approach to fitness and nutrition, ignoring fads and focusing on attention to detail, being fit for life and making exercise enjoyable.

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Boots Magazine June 2012

Q: Any ideas for staying well in warmer weather?
A: Kathryn Freeland, celebrity personal trainer in London 'wear a t'shirt and a light jacket you can tie around your waist to avoid geting overheated and developing prickly heat or a sweat rash. Make sure you drink plenty of water before, during and after exercise and avoid the midday sun.'

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Tatler June 2012

The Great Outdoors
Kathryn Freeland, top personal trainer London turns the park into a personal playground making it all the things you didn't think it could be – interesting, exciting, engaging, fun. Apart from fresh air, what is the point of being outside? The changing, uneven terrain is excellent for your core and keeping coordination, balance and coordination sharp. Terribly glamorous and well groomed Kathryn has more energy than a newborn pup. She uses benches, trees, sticks and steps for challenging circuits and tools for honed arms and flat tummies.

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Harpers Bazaar June 2012

How to train your trainer
'A good trainer is not just qualifications, some can be earned in just a few weeks over the internet; they need to have the right personality,' says Kathryn Freeland, top personal trainer in London. Trainers don't come cheap, so why invest so little time finding someone who suits us? Think about what works for you says Freeland, be honest about what hasn't worked for you in the past and what you weakness are.' She warns against making a trainer your friend and 'if you don't leave every session feeling positive, get a new trainer.'

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Red Magazine June 2012

5 days to a flatter stomach
Kathryn Freeland, London’s leading personal trainer thinks exercise may be your digestion’s best friend. ‘Engaging, twisting and exercising your core muscles enhances the movement of food down your gastronomic tract , ‘ says Freeland. ‘So if you have problems with a sluggish digestion, try exercising. Getting moving get things moving. Bear in mind that exercise promotes blood flow through your muscles and organs, so it detract from your digestion, especially during high-intensity exercise, and even give you stomach cramps and indigestion.

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Harpers Bazaar May 2012

The Kickstart
A short, sharp stint at a fitness resort can teach you new ways to rev up both your motivation and your metabolism. Green Farm Fitness Harper's number one choice: Learn the secrets to smart training and clever eating (keep energy up but weight and water retention down) with trainer Kathryn Freeland. Small groups mean you leave with a personalised plan.

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Financial Times April 2012

Fitness for work
Fitness makes a big difference to improving performance at work, says Kathryn Freeland, personal trainer London there are real mental and physical benefits . You eat better, you feel more energetic, more alert and your head will be clearer and you’ll sleep better. Doing exercise can also help you cope with stress and it improves posture if you are largely desk-bound. Moreover if you are in good shape you tend to shrug off illnesses better and take less time off sick. If you have a busy schedule and find it hard to fit exercise in, use your commute..

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Amex London Illuminated March 2012

Basic training
Actually, working out with elite personal trainer Kathryn Freeland is anything but basic - but it's always enjoyable. Give her 15 minutes on the phone before your session for a consultation, and she'll bring free weights and a Pilates ball, take you out on a sightseeing run around London, or both. Her celeb-count is high (from Cate Blanchett to Lisa Butcher). £125 per hour; +44 (0) 20 7924 3311.

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Harpers Bazaar Online

Breast perfection
Celebrity personal trainer and managing director of Absolute Fitness in London, Kathryn Freeland, has some seriously effective exercises for keeping our décolletés in check: www.harpersbazaar.co.uk

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Boots Health & Fitness March 2012

Find the workout that's right for you
Looking for ways to fit exercise into your life? Don't worry there's something out there that can help get you right back on track. Take the quiz , Kathryn Freeland celebrity personal trainer London gives the answers to many common excuses such as 'I'm too busy' or 'I don't enjoy...'

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Women's Fitness January 2012

Fitness with a twist
Tired of the same old exercises, here's one you won't have tried. Top personal trainer in London Kathryn Freeland shows you how to get the best results from the Body-Rocka. Kathryn gives six exercises you can perform on the body-rocka including the plank and ab-circles

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Essentials Magazine January 2012

Have More, Spend less!
Be your own Personal trainer. Wave goodbye to wobbly bits with these ideas from Kathryn Freeland managing director of Absolute Fitness in London. Tips on exercise DVDs, exercise equipment, fitting exercise into your day, the essential kit.

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Daily Express February 2012

Take it Easy or Stretch yourself
Green Farm Fitness, UK. What better way to kick start your 2012 fitness regime than with a weekend in a beautiful recently-renovated grade II listed private country home deep in the Kent countryside? You can do just that under the guidance of leading London personal trainer and fitness expert Kathryn Freeland. You can expect a daily cardio session on bespoke circuits through their 28 acres of surrounding woodland and a daily core strength and stretch sessions and a daily walk

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Daily Mirror January 2012

20 Energy boosters for 2012, from Kathryn Freeland, top personal trainer in London:
Exercise Outdoors -regular exercise helps us to feel revitalised and being outside boots the effect and increases energy levels more than indoor workouts Get Moving - Lack of movement saps your energy levels and being active boosts them and releases endorphins

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Red Magazine October 2011

6 of the best - Best for: A Weekend
Green Farm Fitness, Kent. Personal trainer based in London, Kathryn Freeland has created the ultimate wellbeing minibreak in a 15th-century house. Barbecued. Marinated chicken, fresh eggs, homemade bread and farm veg make up the low-glycaemic index meals to sustain you through her woodland running trail, followed by Pilates and stretching. Take a fitness MOT to kick start your exercise and diet or just kick back and enjoy the papers.

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Top Sante July 2011

How do the healthy Experts Live?
How Kathryn Freeland, top personal trainer based in London practices and preaches a balanced life of regular varied exercise, fresh home cooked low GI food, regular sleep and going out with friends. Recommending Green Farm Fitness for a balanced weekend kick start and the launch of The Absolute Food Club.

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The Independent June 2011

Sharpen up, shed the pounds and stay quids in
Kathryn Freeland says 'complete beginners may benefit from booking a few personal training sessions first, you may need guidance on the which exercises, correct technique and what to do to continuing exercising. Your personal trainer in London can set you 'homework' to do, so you could see them every 4-6 weeks, but you need to be motivated to keep it up between sessions.

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Harpers Bazaar May 2011

Bootcamp Bonanza
What to expect...This retreat will reset your mood and food choices as much as it resets your body and fitness. The twice daily woodland workoutswill get you fitter (beginners and pros alike), but its extras, like the real-life approach to eating healthily, staying motivated and thinking positively, that will subtlety reprogramme your attitudes for good. Ideal for...anyone who wants a softer approach to kick starting fitness.

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Health & Fitness March 2011

Me & My guru
Jennifer, lawyer from London, has seen her fitness and energy levels rocket and found the impetus to start her own business thanks to Kathryn Freeland her personal trainer in London. 'Since meeting Kathryn my body and life have changed unrecognisably. I can run 3 times further, I'm ¾ stone lighter, have dropped a dress size, gained masses of energy and best of all I've found the confidence and stamina to launch my own business.

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine December 2010

Easy ways to stay winter fit
This year add exercise to your Christmas to do list. It can help to raise energy levels, improve mood and support your immune system. Boots fitness expert Kathryn Freeland (celebrity personal trainer in London) has some tips: aim for 30 minutes of exercise 5 times per week including sledging or ice skating or winter walk; Turn shopping into a workout by increasing the pace and carrying heavy bags; dance at the parties, it can burn about 200 calories per ½ hour.

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Daily Express September 2010

Fit For Fall
Kick-start your autumn exercise regime with a fitness weekend hosted by one of the country's top celebrity personal trainers based in London. Kathryn Freeland has launched Green Farm Fitness (01233 733997 www.greenfarmfitness.co.uk), two days of exercise routines designed to promote active, fun and healthy lifestyles. The small-group sessions take place in Shadoxhurst, Kent, in woodland that will be full of autumn russets and browns.

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The Times September 2010

The SUPERTRAINERS, they don't move for less than £100 per hour
The A-list trainers. What's so good about Kathryn Freeland: She promotes fitness as a skill that you need to acquire for life, rather than something you do as an occasional binge before going on holiday or for a special event. Freeland specialises in core and balance work, is tough but realistic when it comes to pushing people.

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Lusso Issue 19 2010

Fitness is Absolutely Fabulous
She counts Cate Blanchett amongst her clientele, but can Absolute Fitness' Kathryn Freeland, top personal trainer in London,halt the subsidence at the top of Lusso towers? It hurts, really hurts, although Kathryn, trainer to the A-list stars, doesn't appear to taking much notice of my pain. Did I mention the other bonus of having a personal trainer, they don't tend to let you wimp out. AF now visits me three times a week, I have lost a stone in weight, can now do sixty press ups, sleep longer and sounder

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Harpers Bazaar October 2010

How to save time on your workout
Absolute Fitness trainers will collect you at lunchtime for a personalized Business Woman's Blitz workout and have you back at your desk within the hour. To make the minutes count Kathryn Freeland of Absolute Fitness (personal trainers in London) says: use your journey as a workout, plan a routine and vary it every 3 weeks for fast results.

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The London Magazine August 2010

Top Trainers for Extreme Fitness
Events: Ultramarathon, ski marathon, cycling. USPs: Personal trainer Kathryn Freeland runs a highly acclaimed mobile personal training company in London, well suited to busy professionals or anyone who prefers not to train in a gym. 'We focus on outdoor functional fitness' she explains. For 15 years Kathryn has been at the forefront of her profession, regularly votes one of London's top trainers.

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine August 2010

Keep well for your travels
Q: I have heard that shorter workouts can be better than long ones. So can I exercise less and still stay fit? A: Boots Fitness expert Kathryn Freeland, celebrity personal trainer in London, says 'new research has shown that 10 minute spurts of exercise can be as good as hours spent slogging away. But that doesn't mean you can do 10 minutes running and give up! The best way to stay fit is to vary your workouts - shorter, high-intensity sessions plus longer jogs or cycles to build up endurance and give you a balance.'

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Daily Express July 2010

Stroll on! How to add years to your life
The key to a longer life could be as simple as taking a stroll for half an hour a day. Fitness expert Kathryn Freeland said: 'Anything is better than nothing, going for a walk or playing football with the kids, there is no need for a gym.'

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Daily Mail June 2010

Body & Soul
Kathryn comments on ways for busy women to tone their triceps indoors such as narrow press-ups against the wall or on all fours.

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Look Magazine

The Lifestyle Consultancy
Fitness & Food
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness, celebrity personal trainers in London features as the Fitness & Food expert in every issue of Look Magazine.

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Somerfield Magazine - 'kitchen Spy'

Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness personal trainers in London features as the Fitness and Diet expert in Somerfield Magazine.

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Handbag.com

Kathryn Freeland is Handbag's official and exclusive personal trainer in London along with exercise videos on the site has monthly 'Top Ten Tips' on fitness and diet.

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Evening Standard 21st April 2010

Health & Beauty
Kathryn Freeland, celebrity personal trainer and managing director of Absolute Fitness trained ES journalist Rosamund Urwin for the London Marathon. The article also featured top running tips for the Marathon countdown.

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine March 2010

How to zing into spring
're-awaken your inner va-va voom with our experts' favourite ways to jump-start their energy levels Kathryn Freeland, fitness expert and personal trainer in London says, "For the last 10 minutes of my workout I push myself extra hard - sprinting, stretching further for a tennis ball - to trigger a feel-good endorphin rush."

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Healthy Magazine March 2010

Limber up in your lounge
Getting fit at home is cheap, easy and fun 'The fitness landscape has changed quite a bit in the last few years,' says Kathryn Freeland, a personal trainer and managing director of Absolute Fitness in London. 'The beauty of exercising at home is that it is totally flexible,' adds Freeland.'You can fit it in around your daily routine, it's convenient for new mums who do it while their baby is asleep, plus it's great if you're a first time exerciser as you don't need to worry about being self-conscious in front of other people.

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Your M&S Magazine January 2010

Work it out
Forget the fad diets - make lasting changes and stay fit for life with great tips from Kathryn Freeland, personal trainer and founder of Absolute Fitness in London.

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Luxury Briefing February 2010

Beauty & Wellbeing
Absolute Fitness is pioneering a new aid for those who want to take their fitness monitoring beyond their training regime. The Ki Fit armband is a medically certified lifestyle monitor that provides comprehensive inormation about factors affecting the body throughout the day.

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Boots Online January 2010

How to lose weight the healthy way
Work out how much you have to lose, then follow our fad-free expert plans to help you get the body you want. Boots fitness expert and personal trainer Kathryn Freeland in London offers her expert fitness tips on how to lose 1 stone or more, 1/2 a stone and 2-3lbs according to your goals.

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Daily Express January 8th 2010

My one secret to losing weight- We asked Britain's top health gurus for the one simple thing they recommend we do to lose weight and get fitter. Speed Up - Kathryn Freeland, founder of Absolute Fitness, personal trainers in London, says: "Wherever you are walking - to the bus stop, around the supermarket, the office, to the train station.

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Daily Mirror January 7th 2010

Shape Up - 101 ways to get your best body ever
Number 34 - Straighten Up - Look slimmer and taller in a minute simply by improving your posture. "Keep your feet hip-width apart, hips square to the front, tummy lightly pulled in, shoulders down and chest lifted," says Kathryn Freeland, personal trainer and founder of Absolute Fitness in London.

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FT Weekend Magazine January 2010

Fitness - How not to be a quitter. Kathryn Freeland managing director of Absolute Fitness offers her expertise in matters such as being realistic about the goals you set yourself, getting organised in your plan of attack, maybe hiring a personal trainer in London if you need the help and even preparing yourself to counter your most common excuses.

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Health and Fitness Magazine January 2010

The New Super Workouts 2010
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness, celebrity personal trainers in London, takes a look at high-tech workouts and their benefits.

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Daily Mail 28th December 2009

Life & Style
A new you for 2010. Love, Money, Work, Your Body. Let Life & Style's experts change your life...Kathryn Freeland takes you through the best ways to make sure that 2010 is the year that you get fit and stay fit.

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Spear's Magazine December 2009

The Old Ones are the Best Ones
It's time to banish our fear of ageing and embrace the opportunities it gives.... Kathryn Freeland features as the personal trainer in London to go to turn back the years and maintain good health and fitness.

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The Wall Street Journal 9th December 2009

Professional Training for a Healthy Life
The Wall Street Journal takes a look at the overall benefits of having a personal trainer. Kathryn Freeland of Absolute Fitness in London points out the need for busy professionals to find an alternative to working out on their own.

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Evening Standard 25th November 2009

Fit to Shop
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness, celebrity personal trainers in London, offers some facts and tips about what your body goes through when you're Christmas shopping.

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TalkRadio Europe 25th November 2009

London's Top Personal Trainers & How best to motivate clients
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness featured as part of TalkRadio's look into the Top Personal Trainers in London and how they best motivate their clients.

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Bella November 20th 2009

Better Body
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness personal trainers in London offers the 'reality' to our 'excuses' when it come to diet and exercise.

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Handbag.com November 2009

Top 10 Tips
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness personal trainers in London features in two new additions in her 'Top 10 Tips' series for Handbag.com:

- Top 10 Tips for perfect abs click here
- Top 10 Stretches click here

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine September 2009

Ease into Autumn
'Supercharge your wellbeing with our expert advice on how to make the most of the new season' Re-energise your workout Tackle something new, says fitness expert Kathryn Freeland, celebrity personal trainer in London. "Colder weather and darker days kill motivation. Add a new class to your regular gym set, to beat boredom and boost enthusiasm." New workouts use different muscle groups, too, she says, "so you'll soon see satisfying differences in your fitness levels and body shape."

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Evening Standard
ES Magazine 7th August 2009

Three trainers to get you beach ready - "Kathryn Freeland personal trainer in London. operates a mobile personal training service. Working outdoors she offers simple tips and exercises to make fitness part of your life long-term. I loved the varied romp around Battersea Park"

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Gay Times August 2009

Let's Go Outside
Kathryn Freeland managing director of Absolute Fitness and one of London's Top Personal Trainers tries to steer Gay Times journalist Dennis Maloney out of the gym and into the great outdoors.

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Zest Magazine August 2009

Kickstart Fit Chicks
With the wedding season well and truly upon us, ditch the male stripper and cocktails, and give the bride-to-be a hen party with a difference. Absolute Fitness, celebrity personal trainers in London has launched a 90-minute hen party workout for groups of up to ten women. A personal trainer will come to your local park and lead you all through an hour's cardio circuit, including skipping, boxing and sprints, followed by a stretching/ relaxation class. It costs £34.90 each, including a fitness- inspired goody bag each.

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine July/August 2009

Shape Up - How to find a get fit plan to suit you
Whether you want to get in shape before you hit the beach, hang onto the bikini body you've worked so hard for since spring, or simply want to feel lighter and more energised this summer, the key is to find an exercise regime you love.

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Evening Standard July 29th, 2009

Health & Beauty
No Right to Bare Arms Madonna's arms have drawn comparison with an exhibit by anatomist Gunther Von Hagens. Are we simply jealous of her dedication or has she overdone it? Kathryn Freeland managing director of Absolute Fitness personal trainer in London. offers her expert opinion.

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10 Years Younger Live July 2009

Kathryn Freeland was at the show on stage demonstrating exercises for the perfect beach body. The above photo shows her promoting the show at London's St Pancras Station. Kathryn personal trainer in London. also took part in several radio shows with Andrew Barton, celebrity hairdresser to promote the event.

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Natural Health Magazine July 2009

The Cheat's Guide to Good Skin. Kathryn Freeland of Absolute Fitness offers a quick-fix tip as one of the UK's leading holistic beauty gurus. "Fitness and Nutrition are as important or more than skincare routines as what you put in your body shows on the outside. Regular exercise increases the level of oxygen in the blood, which will improve circulation and complexion andskin tone."

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The London Magazine July 2009

Capital Health
The Function of a Woman. The best personal trainers know that women work, and work out, very differently to men. TLM meets Kathryn Freeland. Good for: fans of the great outdoors

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Red Magazine

July 2009
Energise your Life
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness advises on how to get fit naturally, more specifically how to vary your workout and how much to do.

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Tatler

July 2009
Tatler Beauty... Rumour has it
Cate Blanchett's personal trainer of choice when she is in London is Kathryn Freeland of Absolute Fitness. Kathryn believes in training alfresco as outdoor terrains are more challenging than the gym, making your core work harder and strengthening ankles. Fresh air is also a great stress buster.

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Marie Claire

June 2009
Look Younger for Longer
Small Change, Big Results, Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness advises on the benefits of good posture when it comes to looking younger. Simple things like strengthening your back and standing tall and improving posture by sitting on a Swiss Ball will help keep you looking young.

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Red Magazine

June 2009
Stay Home, Get Fit!
Red Magazine takes a look at the best exercise DVDs out there with the expert opinion of Kathryn Freeland of Absolute Fitness to back up the facts.

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Handbag.com
Kathryn Freeland - Handbag.com's "OFFICIAL PERSONAL TRAINER"

May 2009
Take the 10 day detox challenge
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness features in a series of 10 instructional fitness videos as part of Handbag.com's easy step-by-step diet, fitness and wellbeing plan.

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The Hill

May 2009
The Wedding Issue
As part of The Hill magazine's assessment of the top services around London to get you looking your best for your big day, their top recommendation goes to Absolute Fitness Managing Director Kathryn Freeland to get you in tip top shape for your wedding.

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Evening Standard

May 13th, 2009
Health & Beauty - Fitness Factor
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness puts Evening Standard journalist Victoria Stewart through her paces with a bespoke workout in Kensington Gardens leaving her keen for more.

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Evening Standard
Beauty Magazine

The Hot List - Beauty 101
24 April 2009
In London's ultimate beauty guide only 5 of London's best personal trainers make the cut, including Kathryn Freeland of Absolute Fitness stating her strong philosophy of "outside is best" when it comes to exercise.

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The Telegraph Magazine
April 18th 2009

The Expert Secret... How to Diminish Dark Spots
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness offers advice on how to keep skin healthy.

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Evening Standard
April 7, 2009

Health & Fitness
Five ways to give yourself arms like Michelle Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness advises on how to get your triceps looking like those of Michelle Obama by building tricep dips into your everyday routine.

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New! Magazine
April 6, 2009

Stories of the Week - Jordan piles on 10lbs
Kathryn Freeland, celebrity personal trainer discusses the training of Peter Andre and Jordan as the couple prepare for the London Marathon.

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Glowgetter.co.uk
April 2009

Go outside!
Kathryn Freeland, Celebrity Personal Trainer & Managing Director of Absolute Fitness explains the benefits of exercising outdoors.

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Men's Health online

March 2009
Flex your face
The ultimate face workout
Kathryn Freeland, celebrity fitness trainer and founder of Absolute Fitness talks readers through some essential exercises to keep your face in shape, and keep those signs of ageing at bay.

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine

February 2009
Celebrity personal trainer and managing director of Absolute Fitness, Kathryn Freeland offers hints and tips to get you looking body beautiful, no matter what your bridal timescale for those that need to lose weight and tone up for their wedding day.

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The London Magazine 2008

Trainer Spotting
They're expensive, demanding and on every celeb's speed-dial". Absolute Fitness managing director Kathryn Freeland features in this comprehensive list of London's leading personal trainers.

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Daily Mail 2008

Weekend Magazine
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness will be advising readers on the best ways to get in shape in preparation for the various holiday periods throughout the year, starting with a pre-ski fitness guide.

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Evening Standard 2008

London's top ten trainers
Who are her clients? Everyone from busy professionals to Cate Blanchett and Samantha Morton. What is she like? Realistic and practical (shows you the sort of exercises you can work into your day) but seriously tough How much pain? As much as the client can take without putting them off. "Everyone is different," says Kathryn. "Some people love pain, but some you'll never see again if you cause them pain. I have to work out, quickly, which is which."

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Sunday Telegraph 2008

Exercise of the Week
Kathryn Freeland, Managing Director of Absolute Fitness provided the "Exercise of the Week" every Sunday for the whole of 2006, 2007 and 2008.

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Evening Standard 18 November 2008

Health & Fitness: Time to Get Personal
Expensive gym subscriptions may have to go but don't let the credit crunch put you off getting fit: hiring a fitness trainer is value for money especially with the Absolute Fitness Credit Crunch package for only £99

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine October 2008

Expert
20 ways to supercharge your wellbeing Number 17... Kick up the leaves 'Exercising outdoors - even if it's cold and dark - not only makes you feel better, it can actually burn more calories than slaving away on the treadmill,' says fitness expert Kathryn Freeland. 'Try doing some of your warm-up at home, so you look forward to the fresh air, instead of dreading it.'

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Harper's Bazaar October 2008

Work it Out
If you want to keep fit but are very short of time, try these versatile ideas for squeezing exercise into your 9-5 routine - Lunchtime Workouts - The Absolute Fitness personal trainers have put together a programme specially for Bazaar at Work readers. They'll collect you from your office, give you a 45-minutre body blitz (in the gym, the local park or at your office), and have you back at your desk within an hour.

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The Independent September 2008

A healthy life is a few steps away
The Independent takes a close look at what we need to do to live longer and feel more positive, as Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness explains the reasons why we have to include exercise in our daily routine and the many ways of including it.

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Instyle August 2008

Secrets of Ageless Style
Look fabulous at any age
A-list experts reveal their style tricks whatever your decade... Kathyrn Freeland offers expert advice on how to stay in great hape in your 40s

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Boots Health & Beauty Magazine August 2008

How do the healthy Experts Live?
Beach Body Tips - 3 ways to tone up
Your holiday's looming and you have a bikini to show off... Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness whips you into shape guiding you on what to do before you go, while you're away and when you're back.

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Daily Mail July 2008

The WEEKEND Guide to looking good on holiday
At 63, Helen Mirren proves it's never too late to look great in a bikini. Fitness guru Kathryn Freeland shows you some easy exercises to get in shape. Kathryn, managing director of Absolute Fitness guides the readers through a number of the most effective exercises suitable for men and women, covering your legs, arms, bottom and stomach.

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NetDoctor.co.uk July 2008

How to get fit: walking for beginners
Celebrity personal trainer Kathryn Freeland gives a step by step six-week plan on how to get fit by walking and enjoying the great outdoors.
Click here to read the article

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Zest June 2011

Bikini Special
Zest feature Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness in their '6 week bikini blitz' as part of the Bikini Body Special. Kathryn defines her Arm Toner exercise as one of the exercises hand-picked by top celebrity trainers.

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NetDoctor.co.uk March 2008

Now you've quit, time to get fit
Celebrity personal trainer Kathryn Freeland shares her top tips on how to start exercising after years of smoking.
Click here to read the article

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Woman's Own February 2008

Kathryn Freeland features as an expert for this popular woman's weekly magazine.

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Red Magazine February 2008

Red Health
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness points out 10 ways to burn more fat fast

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The Sunday Telegraph January 2008

Stella Magazine
For Stella Magazine's 2-week fitness plan to kick off 2008, Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness provides tips on how to increase fitness and lose flab, helping you look forward to a lighter, more energetic 2008.

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Harper's Bazaar January 2008

Bazaar Beauty - Naked ambition, the ultimate body guide to getting the figure you really want
The Stomach - Kathryn Freeland, founder of Absolute Fitness helps Harper's Bazaar Emily Butselaar tackle her tummy troubles with a personal training regime.

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Evening Standard November 2007

Health & Fitness
Three busy professionals try and meet the recommended half an hour's exercise a day, five days a week each urged on by a different personal trainer. Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness puts on of the three through her paces.

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you & your wedding August 2007

Shape up like the Stars
You and Your Wedding magazine uncover the A-list's top weight loss secrets to help you look good and feel great on your wedding day. Kathryn Freeland, Managing Director of Absolute Fitness advises on yoga, kickboxing, free-weights and personal training.

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The Sunday Telegraph June 2007

50 Ways to get fit for Summer.
16-page supplement full of ideas and exercises to help you on your way to being in shape for the summer. The exercises throughout the supplement were provided by personal trainer Kathryn Freeland, founder and Managing Director of Absolute Fitness. Video demonstrations of all the featured exercises can be found at www.telegraph.co.uk/health

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Evening Standard May 2007

20 ways to get fit while you work
Kathryn Freeland, Managing Director of Absolute Fitness details a number of exercises and ideas to help you avoid becoming a 'desk potato' from all those hours in the office.

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InStyle April 2007

16 ways to get fitter faster
Want to step out of your fitness confort zone? We asked the pros who kick-start the celebs for their latest rev-up tips.' Kathryn Freeland, celebrity personal trainer and managing director of Absolute Fitness advises readers on the best exercises to boost their workouts.

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Healthy Magazine April 2007

10 ways to check you're healthy
Health MOTs can be expensive, but luckily there are easier and cheaper ways to keep an eye on your health at home.' Kathryn Freeland managing director of Absolute Fitness advises on the importance of regular exercise in improving flexibility and using simple exercises such as press-ups to gauge strength.

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Time Out 2007

Health & Fitness 2007
Absolute Fitness heads up the Personal Training section of Time Out's magazine format 2007 guide to Health and Fitness. 'Absolute Fitness has been providing mobile personal training since 1997 and has a fully committed team on hand to whip you into shape. Home, office or park visits are tailored to your fitness goals. They also offer a range of structured programmes for brides, grooms or those who simply want to get into shape for a skiing holiday.

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Mayfair Times January 2007

Health and Beauty
Up close and personal
Stop hauling yourself to a gym at the end of a hard day - send for a personal trainer who will come to you and make sure you work out properly. Lucy Denyer reports on her personal training session with Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness.

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Mother and Baby February 2007

Back in Shape Special
Beat those post-baby wobbly bits
Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness provides the exercises and stretches for this post-natal special issue.

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SHE February 2007

Choose the Right Gym Kit
Kathryn Freeland, founder of Absolute Fitness and trainer to Cate Blanchett and Samantha Morton advises on the latest gym kit to help kick start your fitness programme.

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Woman and Home January 2007

21 best ways to make a fresh start to 2007... Hire a personal trainer with Absolute Fitness!

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Evening Standard January 2007

Life & Culture: Health
Fit for the Future
How will you keep fit this year? If you want a challenge, there are demanding new regimes in town. The ES offers seven great new ideas for 2007. Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness advises readers on the benefits of 'Pretox Exercising'.

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Brides December 2006

The Buff Bride's Workout
Get in shape for your wedding with Brides Magazine's guide to the latest A-List fitness trends. Kathryn Freeland, managing director of Absolute Fitness gives her top three exercises for brides.