When asking yourself the question ‘Should I choose group exercise or personal training?’, there are a few key things to consider. What’s Your Exercise Experience? Firstly, and foremost: What is your experience level? Have you ever stepped foot in a gym? Do you even know what a dumbbell is? If the answer to both these questions is no, then maybe you should consider getting personal training. Why? Well because being an experienced, qualified, personal trainer, they will be able to teach you these things along with also being able to teach you the proper technique the first time. Because old habits can be hard to break! Do You Want Friendship? Results? Fun? Cardio? Whilst on one hand group exercise classes…

You’ve invested in your gym membership, new gym clothes and running trainers; Your fridge is stocked up with healthy food and you have been progressing nicely for the last month or two. You can now lift more weight, run further, you feel fitter and you have reduced your body fat percentage. It’s leg day and you’re 10 minutes in, you suddenly feel a ‘pull’ in your lower back. You’re unable to continue due to the pain and there is nothing else to do but hobble home, hoping there is a bag of frozen peas in the freezer. Injuries are a trainee’s nightmare, but they can be avoided. Hiring a personal trainer will put you in the best possible position to…

It is a common misconception that finding a personal trainer is as easy as finding someone to walk your dog is, but there is definitely a lot more to it than most people think. Every Body Is Different! Every one of us has a different body shape and size and this is due to many factors but, for the most part, it comes down to genetics and metabolism. We cannot help our genetics, and whilst our metabolism may change over the course of our lives it is not something we can actively change much either. So what does this all mean? Well, all of us want to stay healthy, wealthy and wise but for some of us this is easier…