Having a One on One fitness session is the most efficient way to start a fitness routine. It is very easy to waste time and energy doing exercises incorrectly. Poor technique puts you at risk of injury and often has limited benefits to your body, waistline and cardiovascular system. Personal Training is especially good for people who are starting exercise later in life or after pregnancy or illness. The individual attention to detail and personal approach is the safest way of getting fit.
Training sessions should be varied in both length and intensity. Exercises done correctly will show results quickly, but we all need to keep a check on our technique, which is where it is important to learn and be guided by a professional.
Motivation to exercise is probably the biggest elephant in the room along with the fear that it will take days to recover from each session. With Personal Training each session builds up your fitness levels at an intensity of training to suit you and each session ends with a full stretch to put you back on your feet.
The primary focus with all fitness training is good posture. Good posture keeps the body working efficiently and pain free. Again, this is where a Personal Training routine pays dividends with each training session designed to optimise your individual strengths and work on the weaknesses.
Training sessions can be booked and taken regularly to suit your needs. Some people like to train two or three times a week with their Personal Trainer, to be motivated, working together and enjoying the Eureka moments of achievement. Other people prefer to mix personal training with team sports and exercise classes. Whichever way you prefer, now is the time to pick up the phone and take the first step to getting the body and fitness level that you want.
Training sessions can be booked at £40 per hour.
Discounts available for block bookings.
“All parts of the body which have a function, if used in moderation and exercised in labors in which each is accustomed, become thereby healthy, well developed and age more slowly, but if unused they become liable to disease, defective in growth and age quickly.”