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In my humble opinion, this is the best form of training to achieve more from your body than you could ever possibly believe. As well as being humbling its the most satisfying form of training you could do. Why? Well, you will instantly feel a difference in the way you engage with the exercise compared to anything you have tried before with weights or otherwise and it will ALWAYS leave a smile on your face.
Our small group training is UNIQUE, as we focus as much outside of the gym on your health and fitness as we do in the gym. This whole rounded long term approach to your health and fitness is key. We work with clients who desire long term change, who are sick and tired of the false claims and quick fixes out there that don’t work.
P-DTR takes a neurological approach to allow you to thrive. All stress, pain, injuries and movement problems, in general, are ultimately controlled by the brain. Most modalities focus on moving or fixing a muscle or bone… e.g. massage or joint manipulation. P-DTR goes above this and treats your problematic areas at the level of the brain,
Trying to lose weight or build muscles but your regular fitness routine isn’t helping? Try personal training to get your dream physique fast.
Wondering what the benefits of hiring a personal trainer or a coach are? Isn’t it reserved for professionals and aspiring athletes?
Fitness is a very personal thing. You may be a beginner at the gym or a professional athlete. Every person needs a unique workout routine, and partnering with a personal trainer to develop one is the first step in that direction.
I’m a personal trainer; I specialise in gymnastics and calisthenics, and I help individuals transform their body by rewiring their thoughts and fitness plan.
I am committed to providing you with a range of choices for making fitness a part of your daily routine. Exercising is synonymous with leading a balanced lifestyle. Under my guidance, you will not only lose weight but gain strength and improve your overall well-being.
I design programs based on a person’s fitness level and don’t believe in a one-size-fits-all approach.
Not only do I teach you how to work out, but I also educate you on how to eat appropriately. Clean eating isn’t about eliminating certain foods. Every food should be consumed but in the right proportion.
So don’t be too hard on yourself the next time you indulge in a chocolate doughnut or a bag of crisps!
Knowing exactly what you need to do and how you’ll do it is extremely motivating when it comes to your health goals. It pays off in the long term, and it’s only feasible with the help of a professional in the area.
Physical fitness has long been proven to assist with mental health issues like depression, and many medical health providers prescribe it as part of recovery.
I can coach you through zoom courses, videos, and my undivided personal attention in person.
A personal trainer assists people with losing weight by offering nutrition and fitness advice. There is no easy and quick way to lose weight. A personal trainer will not fearmonger about food; rather, they tailor your diet and exercise routine to get the optimal outcome. Although weight training, exercise, and yoga will all help shape your body and mind, you will need a good night’s sleep and a nutritious, balanced diet.
I was always one of those people who practically spent her life in a gym or being active. But after two bad pregnancies I was diagnosed with kidney disease. After spending years on medications my weight skyrocketed, I felt constantly tired, stressed and had little or no timeRead more
Before I started the PT sessions I would go to the gym 3 maybe 4 times a week. I would generally do classes at the gym or if in the gym I tried to make up my own routines but didn't really know what I was doing. I did this for near enough a year and although it kept weight offRead more
Before training... I woke up one morning and realised I had reached the wrong side of 45, and although my mind refused (and still refuses) to believe that I was middle aged, my body disagreed - I had lost tone, flexibility and was definitely starting to sag in all the wrong places.Read more