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Having health implications can sometimes dampen your spirit and have knock-on effects regarding the level of training you are able to do.
Our team are professional and sensitive to anything which may hold you back. As qualified Personal Trainers, the human anatomy is something they know inside and out. If you’re worried about exercising with an injury or health complication, we are able to advise the best exercises to suit you, as long as a GP has signed you off for exercise.
Losing weight doesn’t have to be dull and boring, there are many different ways to lose weight other than just running on a treadmill. There are classes and workout programmes which get your heart pumping and our team can tailor your workouts to maximise the type of exercise you enjoy doing.
Exercising regularly at any intensity is going to help improve your health.
Every day there is a news report citing the health benefits of exercise. Regular cardiovascular and strength training will not only lead to healthier bones, reduce the risk of many diseases, lower your cholesterol and blood pressure, but also make you fit to complete your everyday tasks easily.
Some believe that being active can also improve your wellbeing because it brings about a sense of greater self-esteem, self-control and the ability to rise to a challenge.
Keeping active and regular exercise are great for your mental well-being.
Mental well-being means feeling good – both about yourself and about the world around you. It means being able to get on with life in the way you want. Evidence shows that there is a link between exercise and good mental well-being.
Exercise can help people with mild depression. Evidence shows that it can also help protect people against anxiety. Exercise is thought to cause chemical changes in the brain, which can help to positively change our mood.
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