Our team would recommend a certain number of sessions for that particular goal but it is at the client discretion the option they chose.
All clients must complete an initial assesment before starting training with the Private Fitness. Our areas of expertise are shown below.
A wide range of factors affect a person’s ability to lose body fat. This can be dependent on sleeping patterns, stress management and lifestyle choices. Hormonal profiling, tailored nutrition and scientific training are methods that allow our team to maximise the ability to promote fat loss.
Each athlete has specific needs and they can be established by identifying factors unique to their sport or activity. We create a very specific training plan based on these aspects. Once the training plan has been constructed and timetabled in accordance to the athlete’s requirements. We will begin with a form of overload, adaption and progression which will allow us to achieve your optimum physical ability.
Our team design bespoke programmes that target the largest cross sectional area of muscle. By using a scientifically proven formula we create the most efficient amount of tissue breakdown during the session. The growth phase occurs after the session and the laying down of new muscle tissue is optimised with an individually tailored nutritional plan. Over a sustained training period this will result in lean tissue gains.
The purpose of functional fitness training is to improve your ability to perform your everyday activities. For example, jumping, is a coordinated effort, you are not just using your leg muscles. It will involve activity within your nervous, cardiovascular, respiratory, and musculoskeletal systems that will allow a fluid movement.
Our toning and sculpting plans combine specific nutritional advice to progressively reduce body fat percentages, whilst maintaining lean muscle tissue. If there is a specific weight category or weight target then these nutrition plans can be calorie controlled to hit these objectives. The physical training focuses on maximising the visual definition of the muscle group.