- A solid, structured exercise programme;
- A more balanced approach to your nutrition;
- Three training sessions a week.
All you have to do is turn up to train!
A lot of traditional training is done in “isolation” which means you target one or two muscles at a time. This is great if your aim is to be a body builder, however if your goal is to be more toned and athletic then it makes sense that you alter your approach to training.
There’s a misconception that you have to be at the gym every day to get results, or that training is repetitive and boring. I have tried to meet both of these issues head on. I make sure that the training is varied and fun so that boredom will not be an issue.
Targeting a variety of muscle groups in one session means that you burn more calories! Three sessions a week gives us the intensity you need to rapidly see visible changes to your body shape.
As I work Monday to Friday, it’s easy to fit sessions around your working week which will leave your weekends free for your family, friends and social life. I don’t expect your training to take over your life – my aim is that health, fitness and wellbeing becomes an important part of your life but not the sole focus of it.