LDN Performance was founded in 2015 with the intention of becoming the leading training and fitness brand in the city. We offer exclusive personal training, innovative online training, meticulously planned sport/event specific training, first-class injury rehabilitation, as well as expert advice on all things health and fitness.
LDN Performance was founded by Ben Foulis, who has worked in the fitness industry for many years and had been involved with high-level sport before this. His fascination for health and fitness began back in secondary school, before he went on to study sports science at university.
If you are looking to:
- transform your body
- rehabilitate an injury safely and effectively
- improve your strength and conditioning for sport or an event
- receive expert nutritional advice
- build a stronger, more athletic physique , or
- just to train to feel generally fitter and healthier
Then LDN Performance is for YOU!
What do we offer?
Any time, any where, any place. If you’ve got a gym membership and tired of not having any direction with your training, then we have just the answer! Check out any one of our amazing transformation eBooks today! Available in our store!
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Articles and Blog
We believe in helping people clarify and set appropriate goals, so they can achieve their lifestyle aspirations. Whether it be about training, nutrition or lifestyle advice, keep up to date by following the blog, reading our articles or downloading training programmes to stay ahead of the game with LDN Performance.
Articles/blog on all things related to training and performance
Whatever you are planning to achieve in a day, these goals, will go to pot immediately after waking if you don’t have structure to your morning! Think about it, we have all had those mornings where we just feel a little off and we can’t quite work out why. So we decide to skip the[…]
It’s 2017, we all look exactly how we dream of looking with our body’s performing exactly how we want them to. I myself am 6’2, comfortably sit between 6-8% body fat, can eat what I like when I like. I am able to deadlift and squat 3 times my bodyweight, can bench press twice bodyweight[…]
7 Point Checklist for Finding Your Perfect Personal Trainer So it’s come to a time where you have decided that your results have come to a juddering halt and you are interested in getting some high value, top quality personal training to give you that fire back and blast through that plateau! The fitness industry[…]
The definition of marketing according to the Oxford Dictionary is: “The action or business of promoting and selling products or services, including market research and advertising”. Available to us today are thousands of ‘healthy’ products that are sold to us through clever and effective marketing. Many products we get drawn to happen to jump into our shopping[…]
Weight loss in the UK is BIG business. You may have noticed that weight loss companies/groups pop up every now and again in new locations within your local area. Awareness of our health has never been so strong and yet rates of obesity have never been higher, but are these “health” companies mega successful because[…]
If you’ve ever been to a gym, you have probably seen someone looking like they’re doing some revolutionary exercise that you have never seen before. These exercises usually take place on a cardio based piece of equipment and they’ll tell you they’re trying to get their resistance training in at the same time, or that[…]
Mobility and flexibility. Often confused, frequently neglected. How can focusing on these two key aspects of training really change your life? The following two definitions were taken from the Oxford Dictionary. Mobility- The ability to move or be moved freely and easily. Flexibility- The quality of bending easily without breaking. Now I don’t know[…]
“I want to lose fat on my tummy, can we do some exercises to target that?” It’s unfortunate that as a trainer, we don’t get paid every time a client asks a question similar to this. We all want to improve certain parts/aspects of our physique due to feeling that they aren’t as aesthetically pleasing[…]
Finding the right nutritional path is a challenging one! Each day you can read about a great new diet to help you lose fat fast! But often, when you finish these diets and achieve your goal weight (which as you may know, I HATE the concept of anyway – will touch upon later), it leads back[…]
Here’s the truth, there really isn’t one! The industry is littered with individuals selling programmes or new ideas on the single best way to get ripped fast, or to get big quick, or lose body fat faster than anyone in history. The truth of the matter is that getting results is all about adherence to[…]
The idea for this article came about due to being recently tagged in a post on social media by a client. The video highlighted in a comedic way all of the types of things you can expect to hear from clients over your career as a PT. As with most comedy, it was funny because most of[…]
Modern day western society dictates we live busy lives. We all want to be healthy, but we haven’t all quite got the time to follow the new Atkins no carb fodmap with extra protein and a side of backflip diets and we also wouldn’t ever leave the house or use our mobile phones if we were to[…]
It’s that time of the year in-between New Years resolutions and the build up to summer. Typically this is when gyms are quiet before the summer boom. But what if it was the behaviour of the “gym rat” members that create this quiet period instead of peoples New Years resolutions fizzling out? Now this post[…]
“I don’t want to get fat. Why is fat included on my nutrition plan?” The term ‘fat’ in the health and fitness industry is a dangerous one that often has professionals pulling their hair out. You say the word fat and a lot of people instantly imagine that unwanted tyre around their torso, or that extra[…]
Motivation The Oxford dictionary defines motivation as; “A reason or reasons for acting or behaving in a particular way”. Motivation; it comes in many forms. It can be visual, emotional or physical and is subjective to an individual. What works for one person, won’t scratch the surface for another. There are occasion[…]
Nutritional supplements, I’d be willing to guesstimate (guesstimating because I haven’t actually checked the numbers) are a multi-million, possibly billion pound market each year. Every gym we go to, every training session we do, every magazine we read or with every trainer we train with, we see and hear about taking this brand or that version of supplement[…]
What is resistance training? Resistance training is any form of training in which your body/muscles are working against a certain resistance. The most common form of resistance training you’ll see in a fitness environment is lifting free weights. But all resistance training doesn’t have to require you to lift weights! An extremely effective form of resistance training[…]
Fat loss VS Weight loss. It is the common term to those who are feeling unhealthy and not quite at their ‘fighting weight’ any more, that they want to ‘lose weight’. But is losing weight really the way to go? We’ve been brought up in the age where being ‘healthy’ is often defined by stepping[…]
To train or not to train the forearm is a hotly contested topic. Even the athletes who are the very best in the world at fulfilling their muscle growth potential are split on it. I have read of some bodybuilders that train their forearms in excess of twice per week, I have also seen statements[…]
The treadmill…… it’s one of the most commonly used pieces of kit in any gym, at any time, the world over. You can go to any gym in the world and you will find at least one treadmill. But recently, I’ve noticed people using this popular piece of equipment incorrectly. Treadmills can be used[…]