4 Week Case Study: Real Results

We love to share our clients successes with you, they say more than we ever could with words alone.

We use a range of body composition & fitness tests every 4 weeks to help track our clients progress and ensure that our programming is effective.

Below are some recent results from one of our awesome clients, she has only made small changes to her diet, started exercising 3x/week and still enjoys nights out & a social life…the results speak for themselves, being healthy doesn’t have to be hard.

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As you can see in just 4 weeks:

– her weight is down
– her waist is slimmer
– her body fat & BMI have dropped
– she has gained muscle on her legs and arms
– all of her fitness tests have considerable improvement

If all of this can be achieved in just 1 month, imagine what you could achieve over 6 months and longer.

We hope this helps to motivate you.
Tom’s

Low Impact Vs High Impact HIIT

When chasing your goals the key to success always starts with effective planning

There is tons of evidence to support the benefits of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), however this can be intimidating when you have injuries and mobility issues….

These don’t need to stop you though as there are plenty of low impact exercises which place minimal stress on your joints & bones, they will however get your heart rate up nice and high.

At our Camps & Classes we make a point of catering for all abilities and offer High & Low Impact Options…

What’s Stopping You!!!

Elevate Your Training

1 session is all it takes to see improvements in your workouts & subsequently your results…
 
Asma demonstrates this perfectly in her 1st Ever Session…Her KB swing improves noticeably within 2 sets…
For a small investment of your time & money you can speed up & increase your progress whilst minimising the risk of injury…
 
Good Trainers can help take your training to the next level & beyond…
 
…Great Work Asma…

Kettlebell Burpee Deadlifts

Kettlebell Burpee Deadlifts (With Push Up) challenge multiple muscle groups increasing both calorie burning and muscular strength & conditioning….(Top Tips Below)

TOP TIPS

  • From your push up, engage your core to pull your knees as high & as close to you chest as possible giving you the best transition into your deadlift…
  • Confidence & commitment is key to this move, try placing cushions under your face until you’ve found your feeling.