Our commitment to you:
We listen to you
Everyone’s different so we try to understand as much as we can about you and your goals, motivation, preferences, injury history, lifestyle and any other commitments in your life before we get started.
We provide you with a plan
Whatever your current level of fitness, we meet you where you’re at now and put a structured plan in place to help build you up progressively to where you want to be. Having a dedicated personal trainer means you don’t need to worry about the details. We take care of everything for you.
We help you get stronger
We focus on getting you progressively stronger, not sweaty and sore. You should feel better at the end of every session than you did at the beginning.
If your main goal is to look better and feel better but you can only dedicate two to four hours a week to physical exercise, then we recommend you prioritise strength training.
Whether your goal is fat loss, muscle gain or ‘toning up’ (a combination of the previous two) strength training, supported by an appropriate nutrition program will help you reach it.
We help you find a nutrition plan that works for you
If you’ve tried losing weight before then you no doubt already understand that inflexible fad diets are unsustainable.
We take into account your lifestyle, preferences and tolerances in order to make a nutrition plan that not only gets you results, but is one that you can stick to.
The goal is long term consistency, not short term perfection.
Your commitment to us (and to yourself):
You have to put the work in
Whilst we take care of creating the right conditions for you to succeed, we can’t do the work for you.
Whether you train with us in-person or online, we expect you to turn up to every session and do your best.
If you don’t like exercising, congratulations you’re normal! The only difference between someone who exercises regularly and someone who doesn’t is habit. Our job is to help you change from someone who doesn’t like exercising to someone who does it anyway. Then, eventually to someone who doesn’t feel right unless you exercise.
You can't outtrain a bad diet
Your body keeps an accurate record of what you eat and how much you move.
While exercising is fundamental for health, the twenty-one (or how ever many) meals you have over the course of a week have a bigger impact on your body composition than the two to four hours you spend training.
To get the body you want and maintain it means changing your nutrition habits and committing to a healthier lifestyle.
Your future self will thank you
Your future self is counting on you and will thank you for making the commitment now.
Send me an email to arrange a free consultation so we can discuss a plan that works for you.
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