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1st October

It’s not what you think!

What springs to mind when you hear the term ‘Personal Training?’ Someone shouting at you at the top of their voice? Crawling out of the gym on hands and knees after each session? Think again…..

Personal Training means just that, training that is personal and individual to you. So if you would like to be shouted at, and if you would like to be crawling out of the gym on your hands and knees, you can, but only at your request!

I have been a personal trainer for 10 years now, and can honestly say it’s the most rewarding job in the world. I have trained people for many different reasons - injury rehabilitation, a sporting event, even just down to gaining some much-needed confidence in the gym. 

The best thing about having a personal trainer is that you have a whole hour dedicated to you and what you need. You will have an initial consultation with your personal trainer to chat about why you feel you would like one, and what we can do to help. You may have many reasons, from not knowing how to use the equipment in the gym, to wanting to lose inches to wear a specific outfit, or from having an injury which has knocked your confidence in the gym, to quite simply wanting to change your routine and treat your time in the gym like any other appointment that you cannot miss. Whatever your reasons, a personal trainer will be able to help. 

What’s more, is that one size does not fit all in terms of how people like to train in the gym. What I mean by that is that one persons’ preference of being pushed to their limits may not work for others. Working with a personal trainer means that you can get the most out of your gym session and you can leave feeling like you have achieved your daily goal. Working together you can achieve more than often working alone. Be challenged, achieve results, it’s that simple.

Not sure if personal training is for you? Why not have a chat with a member of the gym team or book in for a free consultation to talk about your goals.