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A builder has died in prison days before he was due stand trial for the alleged murder of his ‘beautiful and kind’ girlfriend.

Terence Papworth, 45, was charged with the murder of mother-of-one Amy-Leanne Stringfellow, 26, in June.

Ms Stringfellow, who served in Afghanistan, was found critically injured in Papworth’s home in Balby, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, on June 5 this year.

Emergency services battled to save the fitness trainer, but she was declared dead at the scene.

Papworth was charged with her murder two days later and was due to stand trial next week.

However, he was found dead in his cell at Armley Prison, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on Sunday.

Terence Papworth, 45, was charged with the murder of mum-of-one Amy-Leanne Stringfellow, 26, in June and was due to stand trial later this month

He was found dead in his cell at Armley Prison, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on Sunday ahead of the trial, following Amy's (pictured) death

Terence Papworth (pictured left), 45, was charged with the murder of mum-of-one Amy-Leanne Stringfellow (pictured right), 26, in June and was due to stand trial later this month. He was found dead in his cell at Armley Prison, in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on Sunday

Papworth was found dead in his cell at Armley Prison (pictured), in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on Sunday

Papworth was found dead in his cell at Armley Prison (pictured), in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on Sunday

Papworth had recently appeared in court via video link for a case management hearing and was due to stand trial on November 30 at Sheffield Crown Court.

The Ministry of Justice said: ‘Terence Papworth died in HMP Leeds on 22 November.

‘The Prisons and Probation Ombudsman has been informed.’

Papworth and Ms Stringfellow, who has a young daughter, had been in a relationship since last October but they had not moved in together.

She had travelled the four miles from her home in Doncaster to see Papworth during lockdown.

After her death, South Yorkshire Police referred itself to the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) over prior contact they had with Ms Stringfellow.

Private Stringfellow enlisted in the Army in 2010 and completed assignments with 3rd Battalion the Rifles 3 RIFLES in Edinburgh and Chilwell.

She also served a tour of duty in Afghanistan in 2012 as part of the Operation Herrick 16 deployment.

Amy-Leanne Stringfellow, 26, was found critically injured at a house in Doncaster in June. She died a short while later, despite efforts to save her

Amy-Leanne Stringfellow, 26, was found critically injured at a house in Doncaster in June. She died a short while later, despite efforts to save her

Papworth was charged with murder and appeared at Doncaster Magistrates' Court in June. He was due to stand trial on November 30

Papworth was charged with murder and appeared at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court in June. He was due to stand trial on November 30

Amy had been promoted to Lance Corporal but was discharged before taking up the post.

The fitness fanatic rejoined as a Volunteer Reservist in 2017 and also worked as a personal trainer.


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Get a COVID Reboot from Mark Fisher Fitness Trainer Harold Gibbons

Learn six exercises from MFF’s COVID Reboot program.

BWW x MFF Health and Hotness Help with Mark Fisher Fitness’s Steward of Strength Harold Gibbons is here to show you six exercises that are the basis of our “COVID Reboot” program at MFF, and they’re sure to help you rebuild your fitness as you head back to the gym.

-The Kettlebell Deadlift represents our hinge pattern, perfect for strengthening the glutes, hamstrings, core, and back.

-The Dumbbell Floor Press is a push pattern that works the shoulders, chest, and arms.

-Goblet Squats represent our squat pattern, and help target the core, thighs, and hips.

-The TRX Row is a plank that moves and helps strengthen the upper back, shoulders, and arms.

-The Split Squat develops hip stability and control as your legs coordinate pushing you up and pulling you back down.

-The TRX Fall Out uses your core muscles to resist extending your spine, or opening your ribs away from your hips.

Each of these exercises should allow for quick adjustments and easy progression so that you can fine tune the challenge based on how you’re feeling and plan to get stronger over time!

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Hiring a Qualified and Experienced Personal Trainer in NYC Becomes Easier With TS Fitness – Press Release

Hiring a Qualified and Experienced Personal Trainer in NYC Becomes Easier With TS Fitness

New York, NY – Staying fit and hitting personal fitness targets for all-round wellness requires the input of a trained and professional fitness trainer. The chances of hitting the desired fitness target in a shorter time frame while reducing the chances of injury are increased with help from a fitness trainer. Therefore, TS Fitness is proud to be providing some of the best and most experienced fitness trainers to the members of the New York, NY community.

Fitness enthusiasts who are interested in working with a team of exceptionally skilled, trained, and talented individuals towards achieving their body goals are welcome to visit the team at TS Fitness to discuss their needs.

With TS Fitness, the team believes in creating stronger people and stronger bodies through personal fitness while also paying attention to the variations in different bodies, goals, and the health status or needs of each client.

Encouraging more members of the New York City community to get physical and active, especially in the face of the current global pandemic, Noam Tamir for the facility said: “At TS Fitness, we have been doing virtual training one-on-one training, online classes and online custom programs for years. We have been able to pivot our business into servicing our clients with a fitness solution at a high level.  We know that you want to feel stronger, look leaner, and be more confident. We also understand that in these challenging times, your goals may have shifted. We’re here to support you. We have been around for nearly a decade and helped thousands of people to reach their fitness goals both online and in person.”

With the best fitness coaches and staff, members of the New York City community who are in need of a personal approach to their health and fitness can choose the NYC private trainer program offered by TS Fitness. The private and personal fitness training program will give each client access to their sectioned-off training using personal equipment to get the job done. The personal trainer will offer each client an individualized program that is based on their special fitness goals and training sessions that are designed around the client’s flexibility.

Participants can also choose the group training approach which is focused on helping individuals with similar goals to work together to achieve their body and fitness goals.

As part of the services presented, TS Fitness also offers corporate fitness services, nutrition coaching, wellness roadmap programs, live-streaming classes, as well as virtual personal training.

Those who wish to get fit together with their small group of friends can also enjoy the small group personal training program offered by the TS Fitness team at affordable rates.

Get on a journey to health and fitness with TS Fitness by visiting 328 E 61st FL 4 New York, NY 10065, or call (212) 755-3481. For more information, send an email to [email protected] or visit their website.

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Rebel Wilson’s trainer reveals 5 fitness and weight-loss tips

Rebel Wilson’s trainer Jono Castano has been thrust into the spotlight since his famous client’s “year of health” has proven so successful for her.

Even though he has worked with high-profile clients before, the Sydney, Australia-based trainer says Wilson is “definitely” his most famous client ever, and this has inspired him to hopefully come to the United States.

Wilson has been focused on her
Wilson has been focused on her

“It’s definitely taught me to be able to cater to someone like Rebel, in terms of having someone of that level, who is able to trust you and also become amazing friends and grow such an awesome relationship through training,” he told TODAY. “It’s also taught me that I want to be able to work with more people like Rebel, and want to move to Los Angeles to have the chance to kind of showcase who I am and my ability to work with people like that.”

On whether it’s easier or harder to work with people in or out of the spotlight, he said, “It’s been similar journeys.”

“It’s not just about 45 minutes with a person,” he stressed. “It’s about 24 hours, checking in.”

For anyone looking to start their own similar journey to Wilson, who is inching closer to her goal weight of 165 pounds, Castano shares what he says people can do to have their own personal year of health.

5 weight-loss tips from Rebel Wilson’s trainer Jono Castano:

1. Post your goal on social media.

Wilson was talking about her “year of health” well before she actually started, and Castano says that posting your goal publicly can help you become more accountable with others and ultimately, yourself. One key point: You shouldn’t just share your wins, but your difficulties as well.

“Keep yourself accountable, free posting on social,” he said. “Rebel has been posting for the whole 2020 about her journey, the ups and downs.”

Castano also says to join like-minded communities online, where people with similar goals can share their experiences and learn from one another.

“Also, join a community group, where members post their meals, their workouts, the creative steps they are taking. And I think that’s definitely a massive boost if you’re trying to get fit.”

2. Rethink the way you move.

Castano promoted the idea of #45Daily, where you move for 45 minutes a day, every day. One of the ways he suggests doing this is by not only working out, but also rethinking the way you get around.

“I guess the thing with Rebs as well, we rethink so many ways that you get around,” he said. “Don’t just jump in your car, like even if it’s Uber or whatever it is, think of different ways to get to your destination. Maybe it’s a walk. I think that’s a great thing as well because I’m a big believer that #45Daily, so include 45 minutes into your day where you are moving.”

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Findit Features Members ClassWorx, Chef Paul Gerard, and Fitness Trainer Regan Patterson

ATLANTA, GA / ACCESSWIRE / October 14, 2020 / Findit, Inc. a Nevada Corporation (OTC PINK:FDIT) owner of, a full service social networking management platform which provides online marketing services, is featuring three members on Findit: ClassWorx, Chef Paul Gerard, and Regan Patterson, all of whom have claimed their name(s) on Findit with Findit URLs that match their name, or the products or services that they offer.

Findit offers a Claim Your Name feature where you can reserve a single URL or as many URLs that you want on Findit. Findit URLs index in Findit search and all content posted within these URLs can be crawled and indexed by outside search engines. By claiming Findit names that match the name of yourself, brand, or business as well as the products or services that you offer, you can help improve your overall indexing in search engines. All three featured Findit members have claimed their name(s) using this tool.

Our first featured member, ClassWorx, is the leading virtual instructor directory that helps connect instructors with students using existing video conferencing software. ClassWorx caters to a wide range of professors, instructors and coaches. Any instructor of nearly any skill can use ClassWorx to reach the students looking to learn these new skills or activities. Providers of personal instruction services can include: yoga, pilates, “spin” classes, music and art lessons, athletic coaching, cooking lessons, educational classes such as learning a new language and more. These types of classes traditionally were done in person at physical locations, but as more and more people turn to remote learning from the home or office, Classworx helps connect instructors with students worldwide.

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Our second featured member, Chef Paul Gerard, is a father, a chef, a writer, a designer, a New Yorker and a restaurateur that is keeping the fire burning at Antique Bar and Bakery. Chef Paul’s love of food is evident in his unique eats that he brings to the Hoboken Community at Antique Bar and Bakery which is located at 122 Willow Avenue, Hoboken New Jersey 07030 which serves up fresh salads, great meats and fish in an inviting atmosphere with delicious desserts.

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Our final featured member, Regan Patterson, is a Certified Fitness Nutritionist and personal trainer that has been using the Findit platform to share her healthy lifestyle and weightless journey since May of 2018. Prior to sharing her content on Findit, Regan Patterson, found on Instagram under the handle ‘Regan_Patterson”, had about 20,000 followers. Now, the Certified Fitness Nutritionist is up to ~61,000 followers at the time of this release. She has utilized the Findit platform to share her amazing recipes, her health and wellness tips, workouts, favorite workout clothes, grocery hauls and her favorite meals, all of which coincide with her passion for living a healthy lifestyle centered around effective fitness.

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Islamist party member says he follows OnlyFans because of ‘fitness trainer’ but Malaysians not buying it

A member of the Malaysian Islamic Party, or PAS, defended himself today for following OnlyFans on Twitter, saying that he only did so in order to track a fitness trainer he seemed to be a fan of. 

Hezry Yasin, who is a member of the Islamist party’s youth wing, was called out on Twitter after following the official account of the platform popular for its NSFW content. Despite his defense, people refused to buy his explanation, which also failed to mention the name of the so-called fitness trainer he was looking out for. Hezry also claimed that he does not subscribe to the OnlyFans platform. 

Screenshot that shows Hezry following the official OnlyFans Twitter account. Photo: Yallayalladin/Twitter

“My friends and I were following the progress of a fitness trainer, who mentioned that he would share more in-depth knowledge on OnlyFans,” Hezry said today. 

Fitness content promoted on the OnlyFans Twitter account in recent days included one featuring a fitness enthusiast known as Lorrie, and another one that shows a fitness model known as Ana

Others weighing in on Hezry following OnlyFans on Twitter had asked why he would search for fitness content on the platform when there’s plenty of free fitness videos on YouTube. 

“Why would he subscribe to OnlyFans to watch fitness trainers when you can see these masculine men do the same on YouTube for free? Hezry Yasin sweetie… I DEMAND AN EXPLANATION!” Twitter user @Idespisecats said. 

Hezry, who has expressed his views that women should wear modestly, has since unfollowed the OnlyFans’ official Twitter account but the criticism continues to fill Twitter today, including a meme inspired by him. 

“Well, you seem to have a lot to say about a woman’s modesty, and yet you follow @OnlyFans?” Twitter user @Yallayalladin said. The comment, which was written in response to Hezry telling someone to “cover up her hands and legs,” has since been shared 500 times.

His political rival Shafiq Kassim from the Democratic Action Party also had something to say: “Hi @hezryyasin after this I hope you stopped lecturing on Twitter about religion and modesty and all that jazz. We all know what Only Fans is famous for and those subscriptions aren’t cheap either. Best put those US dollars to good use for the PAS Youth fund, okay?”

OnlyFans has been growing popular recently with at least 30 million users ever since it was established in 2016. While it is also home to other types of content such as art or indie music, it is mostly popular for adult entertainment. 

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Confessions of a Personal Fitness Trainer

Last year I had a number of clients who started stubbornly on the Atkins diet despite my warnings. Immediately I saw almost profound results in their weight loss. I reminded them it was the loss of water weight, and warned of the strain on the kidneys and the high cholesterol risk.

During this time I was mastering my yoga practice as a complete vegan but found that my immune system had been profoundly compromised and I was currently on my third cold for the fall season.

Atkins was in the media again because of new study results indicating lowered cholesterol. I went to the Atkins book yet again with a more open mind, and decided to try the diet. I liked the contrarian view point to the current AMA position of the low fat diet, which seemed to be producing a society of increasing obesity. Atkins view of sugar as the culprit making you fat, not fat, made sense and the extra work from all the protein for the kidneys … it's benign. I wanted to use his diet as a tool to get myself entirely off of any sugar.

I started out on the high protein, low carb aspect of the diet. As I reintroduced the animal proteins into my diet I could feel myself get stronger and the colds, finally stopped. I also saw my muscle bellies start to open and swell again. The cold of winter was not as painful as it had been while on my vegan diet.

I then summoned up the courage to start bringing fats into my diet, including bacon, egg yolks, cream cheese, heavy cream, whipped cream, even bacon rinds. On a daily basis I would marvel at having eaten these "forbidden foods" only to awaken the next day thin, svelte. I couldn't believe this, result! I was loving eating all these foods so familiar yet banished since … childhood

I was in full swing eating the high fat, high protein, low carb diet at the time when the pictures on my website were taken. I felt strong, but I had no energy !!! My walks on the beach were lethargic, I had to force myself to go that extra mile. I was thin but I felt like a beached whale. My love affair with Atkins continued a few more months. I followed his prescriptions religiously.

Eventually I had to add more carbs, I needed more energy. By carbs I mean vegetables, salads and whole grains. At this point I gained back the total of two pounds I had lost on Atkins. Body fat went from 16% to 18%, my energy was better. After 7 months I decided it was time to get the blood checked out and to my horror discovered that my cholesterol which had always been around 150 had rocketed up to 300 !! Luckily my HDL to LDL ratio was still at a healthy level. Thanks to my forcing myself to exercise, I kept my HDLs high.

I …

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Fitness Cross Trainer Review: The Vision Fitness Elite X6100 HR


There’s no denying that the fitness cross trainer is the hottest selling piece of exercise equipment on the market today. With their busy, modern lifestyles, most people don’t have the time to travel to a gym to work out. Recognising that staying fit is important, many have elected to work out at home, in private and at their own pace. These machines are a good choice for these people, because they provide a total body workout that maximises the time spent working out. Here’s a brief review of one we like quite a bit: the Vision Fitness Elite X6100 HR

Overall Rating:

4.5 out of 5.0 stars

Key Features:

The X6100 is a terrific value in a full-featured elliptical. With a durable, heavy-duty ECB-Plus™ motor-operated resistance system that delivers smooth, fluid operation and changes on demand with just the push of a button. We also like the easy to read, backlit blue LCD console that includes 5 programmes along with a scrolling message centre. This is a great elliptical for those who have limited space because the arms fold conveniently for easy storage.

Price: About £799.00

Product Description:

The Vision Fitness Elite X61 HR trainer has all the features you’d expect on a much more expensive machine. It provides plenty of feedback during your workout, including displaying heart rate, watts, time, speed, distance, RPM, calories, programme, level and profile. Watts, by the way, is a measure of power that helps you know how hard you’re working. It indicates the amount of energy you’re burning over time during your workout. For example, you’re exercising at a rate of 42 watts for 100 seconds, you’ve expended one calorie. A recent review in Health magazine raved:

This elliptical trainer is made of heavy-gauge steel and folds to less than 4 feet long, making it a nice fit for nearly any room…This is a solid, smooth, quiet unit. The simple-to-decipher console offers five program options…and three other types of workout feedback. The X6100 also has hand grips that detect your heart rate on contact and a reading rack in case you need a distraction.

Product Specifications:

Open dimensions: 201 long x 69 wide x 175 high (cm) (79 x 27 x 69 inches)

Folded dimensions: 107 long x 69 wide x 175 high (cm) (42 x 27 x 69 inches)

Boxed dimensions: 165 x 55 x 80 (cm)

Product weight: 90 kg (199 lbs)

Maximum user weight: 136kg (300 lbs)

Warranty: Lifetime frame and brake, 10 years parts, 5 years labour

Product Features:

5 programmes: Manual, interval, weight loss, mountain and constant watts

Stride length: 19.75″

Pedal arms: BIO-RADIUS™ folding

Pedals: Standard footplates

Flywheel: 24 lbs balanced

Transport wheels: Yes

Heart rate measurement: Hand grip pulse sensors and built-in Polar receiver

Drive train: QUIET-GLIDE™ super-silent poly-V belt

Resistance levels: 16

Power supply: Mains powered


With an affordable price point and a bevy of desirable features, the Vision Fitness Elite X6100 HR fitness cross trainer is an excellent choice for beginners and experts …

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Life Fitness X3-5 Elliptical Trainer Review

We reviewed and used the Life Fitness X3-5 elliptical trainer over a period of 3 weeks. We also interviewed Life Fitness X3-5 owners as well as several people who had used the elliptical trainer in the gym or fitness center. The X3-5 is a step up from the old X3-0 model and has many top of the line features. However for an MSRP of about $2900.00 it is beyond the budget of the average home fitness equipment buyer. We found that the Life Fitness elliptical trainers top feature was the very smooth ride comes from its rear flywheel that incorporates the Life Fitness “Link6” drive system.

The Life Fitness X3-5 elliptical trainers 19-inch stride fits most people. Our largest tester is a power lifter at 6’2″ and 285 lbs and he felt the trainer was relatively stable. Pedal placement is good and allows comfortable foot placement. X3-5 owners and users were pleasantly impressed with how quiet this elliptical trainer is even during an intensive workout it remained one of the quietist ellipticals that we have tested. One owner did complain that this model was hard to move.

There are many quality features on the Life Fitness X3-5 that we like including the wireless heart rate controlled workout system that allows you to target specific workout intensity. Basically your hearts response to the workout, controls the resistance levels you experience during the workout. Basically it is a plug and play workout program tailored to your specific body.

The Life Fitness X3-5 elliptical trainers console contains the My Personal Trainer software that allows you focus on lower body workouts or total body workouts. We heard several comments on these features with the most common being that it worked well once you spent the time to figure out the system. Most people were using one of the 12 standard workout programs to achieve the workout intensity they desired. We rated the upper body workout and the handlebars as just average on this elliptical.

Most of the Life Fitness X3-5 owners we interviewed purchased their elliptical trainers on-line. The units were delivered and set up by the owners with few problems. Damaged or non functioning consoles seem to be the biggest complaint we heard. Customer service was rated as fair in resolving setup and warranty issues. The Life Fitness warranty for cross traines includes a lifetime on the frame, 2-years on the electrical and mechanical parts, 1-year on labor. An extended warranty is recommended for all elliptical trainers.

We recommend the Life Fitness X3-5 elliptical trainer for home and light commercial use, however it is probably too expensive for most in home applications. It has many features that will satisfy the most dedicated cardio fitness buf. Due to the relatively high cost for an in home elliptical trainer, we recommend that you spend the time to physically test ride any fitness equipment at least once before you make your purchase. Find a dealer, fitness center or local Y that has the Life Fitness X3-5 …

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