Frequently Asked Questions

Why have you chosen to become a Personal Trainer?

I wanted to become a Personal Trainer ever since I left College is 2008 when my football scholarship fell through and wanted to have a career in case I didn’t get another opportunity. I am and always have been an active person and thought I can be successful doing this as a career. It has become my way of life and who I have become as an individual which rubs off onto my clients so it helps make it easier for them to achieve their goals through fitness.

Where do you do you Personal Training sessions?

I am currently teaching my gym session at either The Gym - Bracknell or Waves Leisure Club inside the Coppid Beech Hotel. I am able to do home visits if required but ONLY in Ascot, Bracknell, Sunninghill, Sunningdale, Wentworth, Virginia Water and Wokingham. I also use venues to take group sessions for example at a local park when the weather is nice and the grounds are safe to use.

How much does it cost for Personal Training?

I have all my prices on the sub title 'Price List' but will have a variation of promotions so keep an eye out for those or contact me directly. I have now included monthly payments which can only be found in direct contact with myself.

How long are your training sessions?

All gym sessions are based on a 60 minute workout and home workouts or shorter gym workouts are 30 minutes long. If a client would like home workouts to be an hour long then the costs will be the same as a gym session.

Are you interested in teaching classes?

I have done Bootcamp and Fit Boxing classes in the past but I have temporarily put those on hold as I am looking to reinvent those classes and have other projects lined up.

What do I need to bring and wear to every session?

Every session, I expect the client to bring their own;

• Water bottle or/and sports drink
• Gym gloves
• Gym towel

All clients should wear during the sessions;

• Appropriate sports clothing
• No loose clothing
• Trainers properly laced up (this does not include plimpsols or boots)

Do you create diet plans with your Personal Training?

For my diet plans, I do this upon request. I have recently passed modules in my Nutrtional Advisor Course that includes Sports Nutrition, Advanced Weight Nutrition, Ante/Post Natal Nutrition and Behaviour Change In Food. I am always looking at ways to improve my nutrition knowledge as it is such a key part of the healthy lifestyle.

What type of training do you specialise in?

I can adjust my training to the client’s specific requirements. One of my main training specialties is circuits and interval training which I do for my own Training when I take part in Obstacle Racers and help others train for such events as I know how to train for these events and get the best performance out of all who choose me as a trainer. Circuit and interval training is an amazing way to train which can help increase metabolism in a person and burn fat not only during a workout but several hours after a workout is completed. To help with my sessions, not only do I use resistant machines but also include my own equipment which includes Kettlebells, Unikurves and resistant bands. I am an Ante/Post Natal instructor so I can those looking to keep fit before or after pregnancy.



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