One to One Personal Training
1-2-1 PT Chester
Andy Griffiths - Expert PT
Whatever your health and fitness goals or level of exercise experience, I can help you achieve your goals.
I can help you achieve:
Rapid fat loss
Fast muscle gain
Behaviour change to establish healthy habits + Reframe relationship with food and exercise
Specific requirements to get in shape on a particular date e.g for a holiday, wedding day or photo shoot
During Your Sessions.....
Your personal training sessions will take place in a calm, exclusive, motivational environment intended to make you feel comfortable whilst pushing your current fitness levels and expectations.
Personal Training Chester, Unit 21, Evans Business Centre, Minerva Avenue, Chester, CH1 4QL
Here's what you'll get along with your 1-2-1 Personal Training Sessions:
Free initial face to face consultation in Chester to discuss your goals, lifestyle and current level of fitness
Movement analysis and lifestyle assessment
New strength and cardiovascular programmes every 4 weeks with links to my online fitness coach demo videos, These programmes guide you step by step through training days and progressively push you to the next level
Detailed nutritional plans - no fad diets, no crash diets, just good wholesome foods that will compliment your training and improve your general well being
You will have clear information regarding how to balance your macros
Nutrition is tracked via 'my fitness pal' which will be regularly reviewed to keep you on track
Postural corrective exercises
24/7 support and advice - be it by face to face, text, email or phone call, I will always available to guide, support and motivate every step of the way
Monthly goal, measurement and progress reviews
£45 Per Session
See for yourself the fantastic results my clients have achieved with the help of a professional Online Personal Training; or contact Expert PT today to begin the process of a full body transformation!
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1. Increase Load/Resistance
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3. Increase Volume
4. Increase Frequency
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“Andy, how can you just eat clean all the time?”
The best way to answer this question is in two words……(pause for affect)…. “I don’t!”
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- 10 reps on each set
- Only 45 seconds rest after each set
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