Welcome to the Whelthy Programme
There are three things in life: your health, your mission, and the people you love

The goal of the Whelthy programme is to improve your lifestyle and, as a result, improve your overall health and take care of your body in a way that is sustainable for the long term.  Healthy habits are hard to develop and often require changing your mindset. But if you’re willing to make sacrifices to better your health, the impact can be far-reaching, regardless of your age, sex, or physical ability.

Fad Diets

People associate diets with having a beginning and an end. Maybe you had a holiday coming up and wanted to look good on the beach, or had an event coming up and wanted to fit into that amazing dress that you saw? But what happens when you reach these targets? Bad habits relapse and the vicious cycle starts again. 

Usual Diets

The problem with the usual ‘diets’ is that although they enable you to lose weight at first, they aren’t sustainable and, as a result, mean that any weight that you lose usually ends up going back on once you give in to temptation and go back to your old ways

Keeping it Simple
Easy and Straight Forward

Unlike many other plans, Whelthy isn’t filled with textbook terminologies and long, unpronounceable words that only serve to confuse people. We keep our plans simple because we don’t feel the need to use scientific terms to prove that these methods work. You will find out for yourself once you implement them into your own life and start to see and feel the benefits that not only us, but our family, friends, clients and thousands of people around the world already do.

We don’t believe in telling you to do as we say. We believe in showing you how to do what we do. It really is as simple as that.

"You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great!’’

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Goal Setting
Make sure that you have a goal

To achieve anything in life it is vital to have goals that you are constantly working towards, and improving your lifestyle is no different. If you don't have a clear and defined goal, it makes it a lot harder to motivate yourself on the days you just don’t feel like doing what you know you should (don’t worry, we all have them!) and it becomes easy to fall off the wagon.

When setting your goals, we always find it best to split them into one main goal, then several smaller goals.

Main Goal

The main goal should be more general and long-term such as ‘I want to quit smoking’ or ‘I want to lose 30lbs’. This generates an overall destination that we want to arrive at when we complete a series of smaller, more manageable goals.

Small Goals

The smaller goals should be more specific, to be reached in a much shorter space of time. View them as small steps that lead you to the next goal or like levels of a computer game that you need to complete so that you can advance.

Set a Routine
Fail to Prepare, Prepare to Fail

Always remember when setting your goals to make them realistic and achievable. Be honest with yourself. You can always alter them at any point if they’re too easy, but if you set them too hard at the start, they could prove difficult to reach and therefore discourage you during the process.

When we're setting goals for ourselves, we find it helpful to set a goal-related routine for the week that is split into what we will be doing each day.


We like to write it all down so we can see what we will be doing each day and at what time. This visual aspect helps us to mentally accept and prepare for what we will be doing so that when we wake up in the morning we know exactly what is ahead of us that day. This means we are far less likely to skip a training session even if we are a bit tired after work etc.

Good Habits

It’s all about getting into good habits. Routine brings habits. When you develop good habits, they become part of your life, just like brushing your teeth at the beginning and end of every day. Once a healthy lifestyle is normal to you, achieving your goals will be just around the corner.

It's Upto You

At the end of the day, it’s up to YOU to be honest with yourself and to hold yourself accountable throughout this process. You control whether you reach your goals, not anybody else. It’s up to you to do what you know is best, and to resist temptations from others.

First They Laugh, Then They Copy

So now you’ve done the hard part. You have made the decision to change your life for the better by improving your lifestyle and have set your goals accordingly. The only other obstacle that you will almost certainly have to face will be the doubters. At first, some people will secretly want you to fail. Some may be friends, some work colleagues, some may even be family members. 

Human Nature

There are usually two reasons for this, the first being that most people simply don’t like change. It is human nature to fear the unknown and most people put up barriers in their minds when faced with change which results in them making excuses so that they can stay in their comfort zone instead of wanting to improve themselves.

Feeling Inadequate

That leads into the second reason which is that they don’t want to look and feel inadequate compared to you and to get shown up by the fact that you were strong and brave enough to not only realise that a change was needed, but to go about making that positive change.

’The people that say ‘you can’t’ and ‘you won’t’ are probably the ones scared that you will’’

Stay on Track

People will get scared because they don’t want to follow you into the ‘unknown’, but also don’t want to be left behind by you, they usually resort to making fun of you hoping that you will go off track and end up back on the same level as them. This could be by trying to chastise you for not joining them in getting a takeaway or even for drinking water instead of fizzy drinks.

No Choice

Don’t worry though, this won’t last long. As soon as they see your dedication and commitment to achieving your goals and the positive changes and results that they bring, they will have no choice but to be impressed and they will no longer be able to justify questioning the methods.

’A lion does not lose sleep over the opinion of sheep’’

Let's Get Whelthy
Live Your Best Life

It is at this stage that they will begin to copy, probably secretly at first, having healthier meals more often, starting at a gym or going jogging. Then they’ll start to drop hints, fishing for little tips here and there that they can implement in their own lives. Eventually, they will admit defeat and start to ask more questions until they openly get on board and join you in seeing and feeling the benefits of a healthy lifestyle.