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Personal Training Prices and Benefits

Per Session or Per 5 Pack

Personal Training

With your one-to-one session you will work with your personal trainer and focus on one thing – you and your results

£40 Per Session / £185 Per 5 Pack
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  • Appointments booked in advance
  • Service available 7.30A.M – 8P.M
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Online Coaching

Online Coaching include nutrition plans, online food diary, food app, workout plans, activity calendar, body metrics and more

From £20 Per 6 Weeks
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  • Unlimited 24hr online access
  • 2 different online services
  • Online nutrition and workout plans and much more

8 Week D2S Challenge


Minimum of 32 classes, unlimited coaching, unlimited support for 8 weeks and an unbeatable price.

8 Week Challenge £200
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  • Get in your best shape possible
  • Achieve your fitness goals
  • Nutrition plans and unlimited support

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: I want to make better choices but don’t know where to start?

Start to cut the salt and sugar in your diet, eat smaller meals throughout the day, avoid eating late at night, stay hydrated, and intensify your exercise routine. Ultimately, though, the best way to have a body that you're really happy with, is to make health, nutrition, and fitness a lifestyle, rather than a fad that you do seasonally. Eat healthy whole foods that you like and learn to love working out, get quality sleep, and surround yourself with friends and loved ones who will support you in your approach to healthy living.

Q: What types of exercises should I do to get in shape?

What are you goals and are they realistic? Once determined there are some basic focus points, starting with your nutrition. When you're eating well and feeding your body with foods that will help you achieve your fitness goals and perform your best it's then time to create a fitness training program that you can and will adhere to and ultimately enjoy.

Q: Should I eat after my work out?

Yes and ideally within 30mins. Your post-workout intake is important especially if you train with any kind of intensity. You need to replenish the glycogen stores that have been depleted by consuming carbohydrates, and you need to make sure you have adequate protein so that your body can repair itself after what you’ve you just put it through

Q: How often can I train my abs?

If your abs are tender from training, give them a day's rest. Be certain to work your entire core, in addition to sit-ups and crunches, use moves that will stabilise your core and obliques such as planks, side bends, twists, leg raises, and leg rotations.

Q: Why am I not seeing results from my Cardio work out?

If your idea of a good workout is sweating it out on the treadmill or bike for an hour each time and nothing else then you're plateauing. If you're doing the same thing every session the same run, the same bike, the same gym session, you aren't challenging or changing. The answer is not always cardio! It's important to bear in mind that if your goals are to shed body fat, improve tone or your cardio fitness, then the most effective way to accomplish what you're aiming for is not necessarily reached by cardio exercise. Instead, turn to resistance training, lift weights and strength training. High intensity interval training (HIIT) is a proven way to burn fat and build strength faster than traditional cardio. Lifting weights during an intense workout is a great way to get your heart pumping, your muscles working, and your calories burning (for longer).

Q: I want a body like the latest supermodel!

It's not about someone else it’s about being the best that you can be with the amazing body that you've been given. It's normal to compare yourself to other people but it doesn’t help much because you are setting yourself to not feel good enough and disappointed. Your fitness goals should focus on how you compare to your former self or a self you want to improve and not anyone else. Focus on you – and if your improvements involve losing weight, gaining muscle tone, reducing your body-fat percentage, improving stamina and endurance, then let’s make it happen

Q: What makes a good personal trainer?

That they are a good match for you in terms of what they specialise in and importantly that they understand your goals and your objectives. You're going to this person for help, but at the same time you are providing information and personal details about you and the results you want. They need to listen to you and provide a clear strategy that you agree with to move you forward to reaching your realistic goal.

Q: How much sleep do I need?

New research shows that seven hours is optimum for better brain function and living longer.