Focusing On: Our Equipment
The wide range of gym equipment we will use will give you the best workout possible. Wherever you want to train, at your home or your local park, all of the equipment is mobile, enabling us training sessions to be wherever suits you best. All the equipment has been especially chosen ensuring you have the most effective and safe workout possible.
Here is a list of some of our trainers favourites-
Also known as Dyno-Bands, these highly stretchable bands are perfect for toning, strengthening, and flexibility stretching. Offering the most extensive range of exercises, the bands have an unlimited amount of resistance settings, ideal for everybody’s different strengths and weaknesses.
Used by physiotherapists, personal trainers, and even midwifes, the stability ball engages the muscles of the core (back and stomach), improving strength and balance. Many exercises can be progressed through the use of the ball, and different levels of difficulty can be applied.
Great for cardiovascular exercise and improving coordination, boxing is great fun. Studies have shown boxing is a great way to release the stress of a busy lifestyle, and it also gives you a chance to get your own back on your trainer as well- just make sure you hit the pad and don’t miss!
Replacing other free weights such as dumbbells, kettlebells can be used to improve stamina, strength, and muscle definition. In such exercises as kettlebell swings, many muscles are used at once, and so more calories are burnt than in more static movements.
The Reebok step is a platform which can be raised and lowered according to difficultly. Targeting the legs and bum muscles such as the glutes, the Reebok step can offer great variety in a workout.
The Bosu has two sides- an inflatable dome on one, and a hard platform on the other, making it adaptable for various exercises. The Bosu is used for increasing core strength, balance, and flexibility.
Free weights are perhaps the most familiar piece of training equipment. Found in gyms everywhere, free weights, which include the dumbbell and barbell, are great for muscle toning.
Walking and Running
Walking and Running
Great for burning calories and improving stamina, running can be targeted to your own ability. If you have a specific goal, such as your first charity 5k run, or a full marathon, we will be with you every step of the way.
There’s nothing quite like the great outdoors. Park benches are great for triceps dips, steps are great for step ups, and trees make for the perfect wall sit.