Muddy Plimsolls teaches a system of exercise that’s perfect for weight loss, strength training and lifelong fitness.
You’ll learn, repeat and master calisthenic or bodyweight exercises designed to work your entire body. Exercising outdoors, one-to-one alongside your personal trainer, we’ll keep you motivated and moving. Jumping, skipping, pushing, pulling, stepping, twisting – with a clever and fun mix of exercise sequences at different intensities.
The Muddy Plimsolls System will help recharge your batteries, leaving you feeling confident and full of energy.
Interview with Muddy Plimsolls’ Co-Founder Jason Doggett, on his real-world approach to fitness.
What is Muddy Plimsolls all about?
Combining the fun of outdoor exercise with first class one-to-one coaching.
Let’s say I haven’t exercised in 12 months. Tell me how you would get me started?
If you’re a goal-inspired person then I’d suggest finding a realistic one. I sometimes ask clients to send me a magazine photo of a body that is in the kind of shape they’d like to be in. That becomes a starting point. If goals are not your thing, I would focus first on establishing the weekly habit of exercising. Either way, do have fun with what you’re doing.
What’s the newest, freshest approach you are bringing to your job?
I’m trying to raise the bar of professionalism in personal training. All of our clients trust Muddy Plimsolls to deliver a professional and personal service they can trust. We think this is why clients continue to invest their valuable and limited exercise time with us.
What are you most excited or passionate about?
The fact that one of our simple exercise routines will help you function better in modern life. We’re dedicated to teaching clients an essential life-skill: keeping fit.
What are the goals you most want to accomplish in your work?
Changing people’s opinion of their own physical abilities. I want to show clients how physically capably they can be and how confident they can feel.
What exercise do you do yourself?
I follow the Muddy Plimsolls system, of course! My workouts are 100% outdoors and I make it a point to train the same amount of time I recommend clients do: 1 to 3 hours per week. I think it’s important that I practise what I preach.
What’s on your own workout playlist?
I have an eclectic mix that probably seems a bit weird for working out. At the moment, it’s 80′s pop, Beethoven Symphony #9, and Rage Against The Machine. Don’t ask me how they all work together.