Your first Session


The main advantage of hiring a personal trainer is to get a safe and realistic fitness programme tailored to your specific goals. The initial consultation is key: when the trainer determines your fitness levels and health history, he or she will help you set both short and long term aims and then devise an appropriate programme to meet them.

Any good trainer should take a pulse rate count, blood pressure reading, flexibility assessment, health history assessment, and a gauge of lung functionality and take a BMI reading. I also do a fitness test that simply involves a few physical tests to ascertain a client's fitness ability. If you have any specific concerns or requirements,from general weight loss to a post-pregnancy shape up, they'll be addressed here.

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what is personal training?

    One-on-one exercise sessions, otherwise known as personal training, have their roots in post-War professional sports coaching where individual attention to training was crucial for winning.

    Years later, this practice came into its own in the States, Australia and South Africa where apersonalised service was offered to non-athletes.

    By the 1980s, health and fitness centres were popping up all over the UK and trainers were being called into the homes of the fashionable and wealthy.

    Nowadays, personal trainers aren't just hired by those who can't bear sweating in public,but by people who know lack of motivation and the correct exercise principles, are the main reasons they can't get fit.

     

 

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  • Weekends 8:30am - 8:30pm
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what is a personal trainer?


A personal trainer is 'an exercise instructor or sports coach with a high level of experience and advanced qualifications in areas relating to fitness assessment, exercise programming, diet and weight management, injury prevention and rehabilitation.'

As a responsible Personal Trainer we only practise in the fields in which I am qualified. Most Trainers agree that the key difference between a trainer and a basic level fitness instructor is the ability to adapt programmes to individual needs and to prescribe safe and effective exercises for specific health problems such as osteoporosis or diabetes.' But no matter what fitness goals you have, your trainer's expertise should be your first concern.