How you will benefit from hiring a Personal Trainer?


Our emphasis on personal training comes from our understanding of what works best for each client and an expert knowledge of human movement, injury restriction and goal based progressions. It is not just about pushing someone hard, but more about working out at an effective level to achieve individual goals. Some need only a couple of sessions to get them on the right track and to ensure their program is balanced and effective. Others prefer to work with a trainer for several months to get in the habit of exercise and to see more long term results and some prefer to work with a trainer indefinitely because they feel that they will get better results and have more fun, guidance and accountability working with a trainer than working alone. Personal training is fast moving away from the image of having a trainer standing over them shouting at them to work faster or harder, it is more of creating a partnership to achieve client results.

Reduces The Risk Of Dying Prematurely -Active individuals experience a longer life, as well as an improved quality of life.

Reduces The Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease - Exercise strengthens the heart, vascular system and the respiratory system to help fight against the negative effects of cardiovascular disease.

Decreases Resting Heart Rate - Reduces the daily wear and tear on the heart and the cardiovascular system.

Improves Heart Efficiency - Improves the ability to do daily activities with less effort and improves the ability to perform at higher intensities with greater ease.

Keeps Resting Blood Pressure Normal - Reduces the stress on the walls of the veins and the arteries in the vascular system and reduces risk of a coronary event or stroke.

Decreases Body Fat - A favourable change in body composition reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and obesity- some major life threatening diseases.

HDL Cholesterol (Good cholesterol.) - Increases

LDL Cholesterol (Bad cholesterol.) Decreases. Reduces the risk of cardiovascular disease and the occurrence of atherosclerosis, or hardening of the arteries.

Lowers The Risk Of Developing Diabetes - Keeps body fat in control, increases cellular sensitivity to insulin and helps to regulate blood sugar levels.

Promotes Joint Stability - Increases the strength of all connective tissue making the individual less susceptible to injury.

Increases muscular strength - Assists in the ability to perform daily activities with less effort and difficulty.

Strengthens Bones - Helps to reduce the risk of osteoporosis and reduces the chance of injury and breaks to bones.

Increases Muscle Mass - Your body burns more calories at rest and during exercise to sustain increased muscle. Improves physique with a more toned appearance.

Increases Resting Metabolism - More calories are required by the body at rest, which helps with weight management.

Improves Core Strength - Develops strong abdominals and back which gives better posture and reduces the chance of back pain.

Improves Back Strength - Reduces the incidence and severity of low back pain.

Improves Balance, Coordination and Agility - All movements in daily life become easier and safer as the body has an improved capability of control.

Improves Body Image and Self-esteem - Participants experience better mental health and improved self-image.

Reduces Depression and Anxiety - An improved outlook on life makes all activities more enjoyable.

Assists in Stress Management - Everyday life becomes more enjoyable because the individual has a positive outlet for stress.