How often should I train?
If you want to maintain or make a slow improvements to your current level of fitness, once or twice a week will suffice, if you want to see real progress you’ll need to think about an hour’s training at least 2 or 3 times a week.


Can I train hard to lose the fat – but avoid becoming too muscular?
Yes indeed you can – by using a combination of cardiovascular exercise and the use of light weights and major muscle groups, we can lose the fat and tone (not inflate!) your muscles.

Why can’t I lose weight!?
Because you haven’t been doing the right exercises at the right intensity, and you haven’t yet employed a first class personal trainer to ensure you hit your targets – so give me a call and we’ll put an end to your frustration.

How much space do I need?
So long as we can clear a bit of space in your sitting room for an exercise mat – we’ll be fine. Or of course we can simply head out into the great outdoors.

I haven’t got any equipment.
What you do have is your own body weight, there are 100’s of exercises that require no equipment at all. However I do have a range of equipment that will help us keep the programs challenging and interesting.

How do I pay?
You can pay by whatever method you fancy, cash, cheque, direct debit, bank transfer… anything but an IOU, or travellers cheques!