ARE YOU READY TO:
- Regain your energy and feel alive again.
- Achieve fantastic results.
- Get into a program that is specifically designed for you.
- Feel fit and strong.
- Feel confident in all of your clothes.
We offer personal training and small group training at our studio. We can schedule a session anytime their isn't a group class on.
ONE ON ONE
Personal Training is you working one-on-one with a fully qualified fitness trainer. After undergoing a full fitness and health assessment, the trainer will work with you on defining your fitness goals and tailor a program specifically aimed at achieving those goals.
SMALL GROUP PERSONAL TRAINING
If you're looking for fitness training, looking to lose some weight in preparation for your wedding day, or even husband and wife or friends who want to train together, Group Personal Training may be for you. These sessions are for smaller more personalised groups who still want the dedicated attention of the trainer but are happy working together in a group. These sessions are a cost-effective way of kick starting your fitness.
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Making the Most of Your Personal Training Sessions
Important areas and keys to success if you are to get the most out of your personal training sessions.
Keep your session times and if you can’t make it, organise another time throughout the week.
One of the main reasons you’ve chosen personal training over a group session is the one-on-one attention and tailoring of your exercise program. Your personal trainer plans each session with your overall progress in mind. Regularly missing sessions can obviously hamper your progress in achieving your specific fitness goals, whether to lose weight, tone-up or gain strength.
MOVE AT LEAST FOUR TIMES A WEEK
You need to sweat-it-up at least four times a week. Sit down and work out what you’re going to do at the beginning of each week.
Remember that this is a lifestyle change. Personal training is a great way to achieve quick, focus results, however, unless you back it up with additional exercise activities throughout the week, you will not achieve the results you’re after. Sit down with your personal trainer and work on a realistic and achievable fitness plan for additional activities to complement your sessions.
You need to eat! Yes that is correct, I’m telling you to eat. You need lots of fresh, clean, healthy and non-processed foods. The greener the better. Cut back on your starchy white foods; drink plenty of water.
We recommend planning ahead of time what you’re going to eat and make a shopping list, prepare food and have it in the fridge. If you have it ready to go you’re less likely to pick or grab something out of convenience and eat something you shouldn’t. Remove the temptation at home and don’t buy those foods you know you struggle with. When shopping, stick to the fresh food and meat sections of the supermarket avoiding the chips and sweet isles.
It’s important to reduce the harmful unhealthy foods from your diet, but too many people go to the other extreme of not eating enough throughout the day which can be just as damaging.
If you tell someone your fitness plan for the week, you’re more likely to stick to it. An excellent technique I recommend is to find a fitness buddy to train with and be accountable to. This may be a partner, friend or family member who is also actively looking to get healthier. Sit down and make certain fitness commitments to work out together. It’s much easier to get yourself motivated and out of a fitness slump when working at it with someone else.
Get enough rest and make sure you’re going to bed at a decent hour. Rest is essential in allowing your body to properly recover and prepare itself. Another common mistake I often see is the tendency for people to overtrain which can inevitably lead to burn-out or injury.
These are just a few suggestions to help you with your health and fitness. Remember most people don’t wake up and go “Yay it’s time to train”, sometimes you just have to move through the motions. If you focus and apply the above suggestions, you should start to see some good results and get the most out of your personal training sessions.