Whether you’re new to exercise and not sure where to start, or a seasoned gym-goer who needs an extra boost of motivation, Small Group Personal Training will provide you with the guidance, support and challenge of Personal Training with the fun and spirit of friendship of Group Fitness.
Personal Attention: Unlike large group exercise classes which can have as many as 30 people, Small Group Personal Training which limits groups to a maximum of 6 people means you will receive personalised advice as you train to help you reach your own individual fitness goals.
Customisation: Exercising without a fitness program is like driving to a destination but without any directions to follow. Having a customised fitness program not only means your programming will be tailored and adjusted to your goals and fitness levels as you progress, but you will be able to do so in a safe, sustainable and long lasting manner.
Support and Advice: Training in a Small Group provides you with support, expertise and knowledge of your trainer as well as those you’re working alongside. Being in a small group of people on the same health and fitness journey provides an additional level of support, motivation and inspiration to help you achieve your goals.
Cost-effective: Small group training allows you to experience the benefits of working with a fitness professional but at a fraction of the price. This not only make Personal Training more affordable, but means those wishing to increase their current training routine, but unable to do so due to financial constraints, can train up to three times a week and still remain well within their budget.
Capped Numbers: With numbers capped at 6 persons per session, unlike large fitness classes, you can be assured your trainer can effectively monitor your progress, demonstrate and teach you how to use equipment effectively, and help you with your form.
Whilst some trainers offer the old school military methodology of “no pain, no gain!”, my trainer style is to provide my clients with knowledge, support and confidence through fun yet challenging weight training focused programs.
Whether it’s for health, appearance or a combination of both, weight-lifting offers tangible results whilst being super satisfying.
Lifting weights builds muscle and defines shape – When it comes to sculpting the physique of your dreams, strength training is the way to go, because whilst you can’t burn fat off a specific area, but you can build different muscles to change and sculpt the shape of your body.
Lose fat by improving your metabolic function – The more muscle you have, the the higher your basal metabolic rate, and the more calories your body will continue to burn while resting and over the course of the day.
Increase bone, muscle, tendon and ligament strength – The muscle contractions which occur during weight training stimulate your tendons and ligaments to become stronger and to grow in thickness, as well as increasing bone density and thereby reducing the risk of osteoporosis, joint and mobility issues and chronic pain.
Improve your strength and boost your confidence – Unlike fat loss, which can take a little bit of time to see the results of, strength in the gym can tangibly increase on a week-by-week basis, which is both incredibly satisfying and motivating.
Increase daily energy levels and sleep quality – Not only does weight training improve sleep quality, but it helps improve your short and long term energy levels. By increasing your heart rate and releasing endorphins, your body gets an immediate natural energy boost, whilst the increase in strength of your heart muscles and circulation improves your energy over a longer period of time.
Fight depression, anxiety and stress – Weight training releases endorphins, which is known as the body’s own natural antidepressant as well as other neurotransmitters, like serotonin, which lift mood and increases blood flow to the brain.
Improve posture and reduce back pain – Strength training is one of the most effective ways to strengthen the muscles which switch off during prolonged sitting and lead to poor posture and lower back pain.
Enquiries: If you’re ready to take on the challenge and have fun along the way, contact Eva on 0414 392 746 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.