Fit or de-conditioned, an holistic approach is used to help you achieve your long-term health and fitness goals.
An holistic approach employs principles of optimum nutrition, cross-training and lifestyle management. Cross training is effectively a collection of fitness activities under each area of fitness (cardio, strength, flexibility, pilates) that you enjoy and can insert into your programs when change and variation are appropriate.
Before making a commitment, you will have the opportunity of a free initial consultation to discuss your fitness goals. You will be invited to complete a medical lifestyle questionnaire, consent form and food diary. This will assist your trainer in designing your programme and advising you on a healthy diet and lifestyle.
lifestyle and personal objectives and screens for any health weaknesses
Your programme will be designed taking into consideration your activity preferences, medical history, current fitness levels, experience, safety, personal objectives and time available for training. Your personal trainer can help you to prepare for sports specific goals, or for general fitness to promote health and physical appearance.
to your fitness level and experience
Stress can take its toll on the human body. The ability to control it can lead to a brighter outlook on life, a higher self-esteem and greater productivity. Relaxation techniques can be incorporated as part of your training program. Your trainer will be pleased to discuss ways of managing pressure and to reduce stress.
management and improved outlook
Training is only part of the equation. A combination of optimum nutrition and cardio-vascular exercise is the most effective way of weight management. Your trainer will discuss with you the food groups that constitute optimum nutrition. Based on your food diary and with your participation he may suggest ways of changing your eating behaviour and monitoring change.
and controlled eating habits
Pilates is a system that trains all the muscles of the body especially the core muscles. The core muscles are the abdominal and the back muscles that support your torso. Increased core strength will improve posture and enhance functional fitness. Look and feel leaner, toned and strengthened.
suppleness and flexibility