I offer dedicated, one-on-one personal training sessions that are personalised to your wants and needs. These sessions are about you going the extra mile with my help. I’m absolutely focused on you achieving your goals.
I will guide you through an entire programme of health and fitness development, which includes your training inside and outside the gym and your diet and lifestyle complemented by my outstanding support services.
I also offer group sessions if you prefer to train with a friend. I have trained a lot of groups over the years. I believe fitness can be fun and working out with friends can be better for achieving goals.
It is very important that you are happy and feel comfortable with your personal trainer, which is why I offer a free consultation so you can meet me before deciding to go ahead with training. It also gives you an opportunity to ask questions and is a perfect opportunity to determine your goals and your current state of health and fitness.
I recognise that everyone requires a bespoke programme to achieve their goals.
I place as much emphasis on nutrition and diet as I do personal training. It’s important to understand the impact that diet has on your performance and how to maintain a healthy diet.
I require that you complete a food diary for a week so I can analyse and create a personal client report. I will evaluate how your diet compares with what you should be eating to achieve real results. From there, I will address your strengths and weaknesses in an effort to create a new day-to-day diet plan.
Whether you have a short-term goal of being slimmer for the holiday or a long-term goal of improving your general health by reducing your body fat, I can help. Achieving your goal is important to me. During the initial consultation, I will not only identify your needs but also consider your lifestyle and current state of health in setting smart goals.
Developing and following a progressive training program that continually challenges the muscles and forces them to adapt will ensure you never plateau with your strength gains. It is important to understand how to manipulate all the parameters of your training so as to utilize different training techniques to ensure you attain significant strength gains to reach your performance potential.
To train functionally you must first use functional tools. These are tools which allow your body to move unrestricted with no boundaries. This allows you to move in all planes of motion and integrate your whole body. Key concepts I try to assist you in achieving in this training are:
Functional training should also include an element of fun. The body should be challenged physically and mentally when you exercise and functional training does this for you, especially when you use exciting tools.
Functional training has many benefits. You can pretty much achieve anything you want when training functionally. By choosing a variety of functional tools and selecting the right exercises, training variables and load for your goals, your health and fitness goals can be achieved.
You can train for:
You can use functional training tools to:
Functional training accessories include kettle bells, core bags, saq ladders, saq hurdles, saq speed resistors, boxing equipment, medicine balls, core board, dumbbells, barbells, the landmine, ViPR, TRX, Bulgarian bags and Indian clubs.
Skiing provides great enjoyment either as a recreational activity or as a sport, but the physical demands placed on the body can stretch even the strongest person. By undertaking a movement and muscle specific exercise program before your ski trip, you can reduce the aches and pains and increase the fun on the slopes. Also, pre-ski training should reduce your chances of having an injury which can put a damper on even a weekend ski break. Through my personal experience skiing, and my skiing specific training, I can help you to have a great holiday while avoiding injuries and fatigue.