Partner training (also called dual training) is when two clients attend a training session simultaneously with one personal trainer. This approach is growing in popularity amongst our clients and its easy to see why. Whether you’re training with your partner, friend, family member or work colleague, having a familiar face with you during your sessions can encourage you. Plus, usually partner training is charged at a lower per person rate than one-to-one personal training, too. So, if you are thinking of partner training, here’s some advice on what to expect including your expectations and what to look for in an effective partner training personal trainer.
Muddy Plimsolls blog on the subject of outdoor fitness.
Muddy Plimsolls’ brand of outdoor fitness calisthenics and trim trail training comes to the attention of Selfridges customers. ‘Inspiration’ is Selfridges.com’s weekly dose of fashion and lifestyle trends and new arrivals that the iconic store loves.
Your initial session with us is an assessment, used alongside the online PARQ (Physical Activity Readiness Questionnaire) you already completed and the early conversation with the MP team you would have had to discuss goals etc. From then on your programme and personal training sessions can adapt each time you train depending on how you are that day, energy levels, what you achieved that week.
We’re the only outdoor personal training company featured in a Coach Mag article on the Top 10 ways to get an outdoor workout. We believe in the power of one-to-one training to effect change and in our strengths as a company to service clients. So the publication of Coach Mag’s article is a perfect opportunity to explain how Muddy Plimsolls still leads the way on outdoor personal training.
If you train outdoors, you’ll know that different seasons have a different vibe when it comes to fitness training. With fitness training in Spring comes the opportunity to try out the newest workout apparel that isn’t just about staying warm but may actually be flattering. And having made it through the winter, spring training takes on a new element: of looking forward to peeling off layers and enjoying the results of your hard work when the weather gets warmer.
Switching up your outdoor training and seeing autumn workouts as ‘pre-season’ training before the festive season will achieve those 2015 fitness goals.
In the current issue of Trail Running Magazine, we offer advice on training for technical trails when you live in the city. The key is use your imagination.
This month’s personal training client of the month goes to two clients – Chloe and Kate – who have lost weight and inches just about everywhere.
Some of our beginner clients experience the benefits of power walking very quickly. For those unused to exercise and preferring to walk to lose weight rather than launch into running, power walking is a low-impact exercise that has a surprising effect on the heart rate both immediately and over the long term as you measure your average heart rate.
We’re a go-to for summer training in Forever Sports’ ’50 Things Every Man Needs To Do This Summer’ Read our summer training advice + a special offer.