Personal Training

By: Core Conditioning   30/03/2011
Keywords: personal training, personal trainer, fitness training

Many people call themselves personal trainers but actually know very little about the principles of exercise and nutrition. There are good trainers out there but it is essential to find one who is well qualified and can help you set and achieve realistic fitness goals.


1) Free consultation

    * Establish your goals and the anticipated timescale in which you would like to achieve them
    * Discuss your lifestyle and nutritional habits
    * Establish your availability for training and training times that would be most suitable
    * Complete a pre-exercise health and fitness related questionnaire

2) Health and Fitness Assessment

    * Static testing which comprises of tests including – blood pressure, resting heart rate, lung function, body fat percentage and more
    * Dynamic testing comprising of aerobic capability on a bike, treadmill or rowing machine, upper and abdominal strength testing, flexibility and more
    * Goal setting to ensure you are on track every step of the way

3) Personal training sessions
Individually tailored 1 hour training sessions comprising of cardiovascular activity and resistance training, as well as flexibility and all important core conditioning.

4) Periodic reassessment
Reassessment of the health and fitness testing to show improvements and areas requiring extra attention.

It is important to remember that your health and fitness routine should be an integral part of your life, and with the correct personal trainer you should enjoy every minute of it!

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