Are you looking to improve your fitness, lose weight or maybe train for a specific event? Personal Training is beneficial to people of all levels of fitness and experience. A trainer will make sure you are getting the most out of each workout and provide you with plenty of motivation and support.
Block booking your Personal Training sessions is the best value and most flexible way to train in Barnsley. If you want to ensure that you get your regular slot, I recommend making a block purchase and advance booking.
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I’ve just updated my blog on my dieting website – click on the picture above to read about the 10 questions you need to ask yourself!
My new gym website will be live any day soon! Look out for it at http://www.proactivestudio.co.uk
My new website is nearly finished – its taken longer than I expected especially after I decided to do it myself in the end, why? Because personal training is a personal business and I thought in order to get my own personality and stamp on it I needed to do it myself. Its the first time I’ve changed or updated the gym website since 2008. Look out for it next week!
It’s really important – whether you’re trying to change your body shape radically or just maintain a physique that you’re happy with, that every few weeks you change what you do.
Our bodies adapt to what we do very quickly and when you stop confusing your muscles, they stop responding. So, in order to stay in the game – not to mention keep you mentally engaged – you’ve got to change what you do.
The relationship you have with your workout can be as deep as any relationship you might have with a human being.
Your mind is the taskmaster, telling you how you need to exercise for at least an hour and how intense you should exercise or it doesn’t count and you should never ever skip a workout.
Your body may have other ideas. Your body may not be used to exercising for an hour or working really hard or getting up an hour earlier than usual. The truth is, your body really has to be the leader when you’re creating a workout programme.
That delicate balance between mind and body, doing what you need to do to reach your goals while doing what your body can handle, is hard to achieve, but one way to do that is to check in with yourself on a regular basis. Look at your workout programme and think about how it feels. Is it working for you? Do you enjoy what you’re doing? Or do you always doubt yourself? Perhaps you’ve been doing the same programme for so long it’s time for a change.
What do you think?