Health for Journalists
The Freelance Division, CIoJ, will present an Interactive Seminar at HO on 11 July, 2014
Our health and fitness expert, Chris Field, will discuss the social implications of health, and the importance of looking after ourselves, before he opens the floor to questions.
The seminar will include various aspects of nutrition and practical fitness, from simply walking upstairs to much bigger challenges. However, the emphasis will be on finding a “way of life”that works for you. You are welcome to ask about topics like metabolism and disease; nutrition v. supplements; finding the right routine; the blood sugar cycle, food groups, and the influence of advertising on both children and adults, to name just a few.
Father, Personal Trainer, Nutritional Advisor, Corporate Health Consultant.
“As an advisor to Barclays, BMW, pharmaceutical groups and a variety of retail groups, I have built an understanding of the need for relevant fitness training for the professional.”
Chris cut his teeth with military applicants, uniformed services and the “lose weight, tone- up” brigade, as well as appearing on television to help those in need of extreme weight loss. He found that the best results were achieved through taking advantage of natural movements and training for life situations.
He says, “Life is stressful enough without having to worry about missing opportunities because you didn’t keep moving.”
Health for Journalists will run for about five hours, starting at 11am on 11 July. There will be a light, healthy lunch for those who attend and a practical hand-out at the end of the day.
A one-off event, this is open to all members of the media. Cost: £35 for CIoJ members, and £50 for non-Institute members. To ensure your questions are covered, send them in advance to: email@example.com
Vivienne DuBourdieu, Chairman, Freelance Division.
This one-off session, Health for Journalists, is open to all journalists. Cost £35 for CIoJ members, £50 for non-members.
PLEASE BOOK YOUR PLACE BY 4 JULY. RING DIANE COOPER ON: 020 7252 1187
VENUE: The Chartered Institute of Journalists, 2 Dock Offices, Surrey Quays Road, LONDON, SE16 2XU
By tube: Canada Water (Jubilee and London Overground lines).
By bus: 188, 1 and 47.
How to get to CIoJ offices: Dock Offices is about 70 yards from Canada Water Underground Station; a walk of approximately four minutes. As you exit Canada Water tube station, look down the road for a clock tower. The clock tower is part of the Dock Office building. Walk around to the back of the building into the courtyard, via the path at the side of the building, and Number 2 can be found in the corner.