Training and fitness is a lifestyle choice, to make it work for you it has to be FUN.
To reach your goals it's not about ''he who does the most does best'', it is about quality focused training, making the most of the time that you have to train.
Programmes are compiled after a lengthy consultation and fitness testing. Goals are set according to your results and lifestyle to ensure that they are realistic and most importantly achieveable
MUSCLE TONE AND WEIGHT LOSS
You can come into the gym and work 1:1 to improve your muscle tone using bodyweight and kettlebells. Improvng your muscle tone will give you an improved body image while giving the added bonus of raising your basic metabolic rate. Improving your basic metabolic rate means that you will burn more calories at rest, therefore when combined with the correct nutrition you will lose weight with more ease than dieting alone.
Whether you want to get fit for life or performance, core strength and stability should be an important part of your training programme. Working on your core will greatly improve your balance and co-ordination, stabilising your movements and preventing injury through poor technique. The difference between having the edge in your chosen sport will come down to your ability to maintain the most efficient functioning of the core muscles.
Training with a friend is always so much more fun, if you wish to train with a group there are discounts available, please contact me for more details .
Tuesdays 8:45 am : interval run session (all abilities)
Wednesdays 8:45: multi discipline day various location, keep an eye on facebook for up to date details, there will be two groups to cater for all abilities (dependent upon numbers - booking is essential)
Fridays 8:30am : beginners/intermediate bike session
Sundays 8am: advanced bike session
The Wattbike is invaluable when testing as it offers a controlled environment for testing plus detailed live feedback that isn’t available or safe to read when cycling on the road.
Using the Wattbike for testing, analysis & feedback can dramatically affect cycling performance and the way a cyclist trains. Knowing your Functional Threshold Power (FTP) is a critical part of training and development as from it you can work out power & heart rate zones, pedal stroke analysis and left & right leg imbalances