Personal Training

  • 4 Reasons you’re NOT losing weight

    Not loosing weightIn this brief blog entry, I consider the 4 main reasons, not to say these are definitive, to why you are not losing weight. I have also looked at an easy way to fix the problems that you can relate to! Enjoy….

  • Get a routine!

    RoutinePlanning and preparing a weekly ‘routine’ is considered a fairly easy task, anybody could do it; the tough part comes with actually implementing it! Think about routines you have attempted to put in place within your life – this could be academic, financial or even dietary based! Have you succeeded before? Or do you always find yourself ‘falling off the wagon’ after just a few days?

     

     

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  • Reasons you SHOULD be eating carbs

    CarbsFirst I want to start this blog post with a confession….YES, I was one of those guys that would do what most of us have done when wanting to lose weight, I cut carbs in an attempt to lose the excess lbs and yes, it worked for a time. I was at a stage where I was uneducated about nutrition and thought that a healthy lunch was a yogurt and orange. Fast forward in time and I am now of a totally different mindset and will even have a carb heavy meal right before I go to bed (I will explain why later). So, let’s get to it….

  • Top 10 Training Tips!

    Exercise OverdoneAre you a serial start/stop exerciser? Do you start new fitness plans with good intent and then fall short of your goals? Fear not! Here are my top 10 tips for making training work for you.

  • Understanding the band system

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    The MyPTstudio Band System exists to give our Group PT sessions more of a personal touch. Each station has 5 levels of exercise intended to challenge, relative to your own fitness levels.

  • Why do we Mobilise?

    MobilityMobility is an important factor in anyone’s training. Whether you’re Usain Bolt aiming for a new World Record attempt, or simply somebody who sits at a desk for far too long and wants to get into shape – we all need to mobilise before exercise. We all need to mobilise post exercise. And often, we all need to mobilise during exercise also.