If there is ever a time to be healthy it is now.
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food"
Every choice you make is an opportunity for change! Achieving a great body is within your reach. Make your choice now!
As you embark on John's New Lifestyle Programme, you'll be equipped with the necessary tools to transform your body according to your desires. Whether you aim for a muscular physique, a lean and toned look, an enticing figure, a curvaceous appearance, or simply overall health, this program will guide you towards achieving your goals.
Prepare yourself for a remarkable journey towards a completely new way of living—a lifestyle that will bring about significant changes in your life!
John's New Lifestyle Programme:
This comprehensive program comprises four phases, each delving into the distinction between lifestyle and diet, and much more. In later phases, we will explore universal insights regarding cravings, the initial effectiveness of training/exercise, and its increasing importance over time.
Meet John Hamlett
John E. Hamlett - The Founder and Designer of John's New Lifestyle
Chairman of the HOT Running Club & Manager & Coach of PAR Elite Running Club,
John E. Hamlett is the esteemed founder and designer of John's New Lifestyle, an innovative approach to healthy living. In addition to his entrepreneurial endeavors, John serves as the chairman of HOT Running Club and Manager & Coach of PAR Elite Running Club, showcasing his expertise in the field.
With a remarkable athletic background, John has completed over 70 marathons and utilized his extensive experience to coach athletes for the past 35 years. He has achieved personal triumphs such as a remarkable 1-minute 48-second completion of the 800m sprint and securing victory in the esteemed "Jock of the Bushveld" challenge with a record-breaking time of 7 minutes. Furthermore, he triumphed in the Buffalo Marathon held in East London. A standout achievement was his personal best in the Botswana marathon of 1983, where he finished in an impressive time of 2 hours and 18 minutes, solidifying his position as a formidable competitor.