Are you looking for an expert or guest to talk about the health and fitness levels of teenage girls?
Maggie is the UKs leading Fitness Coach for Teenage Girls and is available to comment on all subjects relating to the fitness and activity levels of teenage girls and teenage nutrition. Particularly in relation to:-
* concentration and achievement levels,
* good health, body shape and complexion,
* self-esteem and confidence levels,
* today's expectations of teenage girls
* why teen girls are different to boys, adults and younger children.
Maggie is an experienced writer. As well as writing three books she has had articles published in many printed and online publications including SportSister, The Bournemouth Echo, Kids Health and Wellbeing Magazine, Dorset Magazine and Vegetarian Living. She is also a regular contributor for Health Your Way Online, Seeker News, Sarah Newton and Poole Together.
She has been a guest on the Katie Martin Show on BBC Radio Solent and Hopefm. She has led assemblies at schools and spoken at Networking events.
She has the ability to entertain, inspire, motivate and inform young people and their parents and speaks with a passion that is infectious.
Maggie has a goal to get every teen girl active.
Maggie believes that every teen girl be active in a way that suits them. There is a physical sport or activity that we can all find enjoyable. Taking part in something active helps teenage girls feel capable of doing other things, when girls feel capable they have more confidence and self-esteem. Exercise can make teenage girls more resilient and able to deal with success or failure.
In addition Maggie believes that food has a massive impact on everything.
Maggie has spent the last four years working with teenage girls to deliver fitness and nutrition sessions. Together with her own experiences as a teenager this has led to an understanding of why so many choose not to exercise.
This understanding has enabled Maggie to put together programmes that work. She has helped teenage girls who stated they "don't do exercise" to rediscover that exercise is fun. She has delivered bite sized nutritional advice that the girls can easily implement into their busy lives.
Maggie is passionate about supporting teenage girls to live healthy and fulfilling lives.
To contact Maggie call 07899 984597 or email her at email@example.com