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May Announcement | Two Summer Training Slots Available (Aberdeen)

Monday, May 8th, 2017

I ‘opened the books’ for the first time in a long time five months ago to two private clients/ groups and have been very impressed with the work ethic and attitude both clients have showed towards attaining their goals. It has inspired me to I ‘reopen the books’ in May and take on a two clients/ small groups who are brave enough for the fmt experience :-) .

As ever, athletes preparing for next season are more than welcome; however, these training slots are available to anyone who has an athlete’s attitude and appetite for ‘getting after it’. Whatever your goal, I’ll have the right carrot (and a few sticks) to get you there. You can read-up more on my qualifications and motivation for training people on my home page.

It’s worth noting I can take three people per training slot and would fully encourage you to train with your friends, regardless of a variance in ability. That said, with group training it is important that members of the group share a common fitness vision (i.e everyone wants to improve their aerobic fitness, or body composition etc).

Please use my contact page to register your interest and request more information. To maintain standards of the highest quality (what I expect of my own training) I’m cautious of how many people I take on at one time. This will be my last two slots for another five to six months  - act fast if you want to take your training to another level.

Summary

Venue | Exclusive access to a private gym facility for our weekly session (free parking / showers and changing room space)

Blocks | 10  x 70mins sessions (maximum three people per group)

Expectation | Completion of agreed upon sessions (designed by me) outwith our weekly training slot

Session 1 | Establish the baseline (movement screen as part of the session coupled with tests appropriate for your goal)

Sessions 2 – 9 | Weekly 121 coupled with a planned intervention to achieve goals established in session 1, including nutrition guidance if appropriate to goals

Session 10 | Retest and evaluation of progress

Happy training!