“Why should I pay for a personal trainer?” It’s the question fitness professionals probably get asked the most, other than “How do I lose weight fast?” And it has a complicated answer, because there are many reasons to hire a personal trainer, and they vary from person to person.
You deserve to be the best version of yourself, to wake up each day and know you have something to accomplish and a goal to obtain. But nobody said making this kind of commitment – one to yourself, is going to be easy. If turning your health and fitness goals into a reality feels overwhelming, you’re not alone.
“Go get ’em tiger!” Easy said than done, right? There’s so much to be said about motivation; how it can fuel your day, transform your mindset and help you to focus on your goals. But what if we struggle to find motivation?
While the country remains in lockdown amid the coronavirus pandemic, you may be finding it difficult maintaining your regular workout routine or feeling motivated to exercise at all –you’re not alone and we’re here to help you.
The coronavirus crisis has sparked a massive outpouring of true community spirit and generous positivity as the community pulls together to help those in need. Now is the time that we need to support one another, offer help to those who need it, to keep each other smiling, to spread a positive mental attitude. This is a truly powerful tool...
You’d like to run your first 5k event, or get back to fitness after an injury, perhaps look and feel healthier on your wedding day? Whatever your reason for wanting to improve your overall health, fitness and diet, personal training is a great way to work towards a specific goal.
How to choose, stick and achieve your health, fitness and exercise goal. Choosing your goal in most cases isn't the challenge. In fact, most of us know exactly what we want to achieve. The bigger issue if often understanding the reason why you want to achieve it. There are always barriers to success, it’s about understanding your WHY is how to overcome those barriers, especially when motivation is low.
“It’s Christmas, I’ll have another drink, mince pie or Toblerone for breakfast”.Yes - we all let our hair down over the Christmas period and why not? We work hard, train well and allow ourselves some much needed relaxation and recovery time. With the festive season upon us, that often means celebrating, eating and drinking – and maybe a halt in your health and fitness plan. But have you really given some thought into how to enjoy the partying and still get back on track when January 1st rolls around?