FAQs

FAQs

I get asked all sorts of questions regarding my PT sessions and Classes. If your question is not listed below, please contact me and I will do my best to answer it.
The PT sessions will take place at my home studio. However, depending on your goal and fitness requirements, the training can also be at the local park or at an outside area.
Yes, you can book an individual session where you will receive a fitness assessment. However, I generally work with clients in blocks of 10 sessions as I feel this will allow sufficient time to improve an individuals fitness.
You can cancel your training session by giving more then 24 hours notice. Less then 24 hours notice, and full payment for that session will be required.
The classes take place on a Tuesday and Thursday from 7pm at Banchory Primary School. The Tuesday class is Metafit and the Thursday class is Functional Fitness. Both classes are £5pp and no booking is required.
I can offer you a consultation where we can discuss all your fitness and nutritional needs. Learning simple yet effective ways to train and with some nutritional tips, is sometimes all you need. The consultation is adapted to your needs and you’re more then welcome to sign up to just a few training sessions to help you get started with no long term commitment.
This is very common and may be due to incorrect training methods and intensity levels of your training. Through a consultation, I can discuss your training methods and nutritional intake to help evaluate where you’re going wrong and how to adjust your training for better and quicker results.
I am fully aware that in order to change an unhealthy lifestyle you have to work within it. I can give you basic nutritional and lifestyle advice – whether you take it, is up to you. As you progress with your sessions, the fitter you become, the better you are likely to treat your body as a natural consequence. But let’s face it – we all need to live a little, but getting that balance right is the key.
Like most things in life, the more you put in the more you get out. The general consensus now is that people should be exercising 5-6 days a week for 30-40 minutes or more to gain significant health benefits. However, don’t let this put you off. Significant benefits can be seen from three days a week and 2-3 sessions per week are sufficient for those who are out of condition.
The training you participate in will be bespoke to your ability. It will be structured and always achievable. However, it must have some form of challenging elements to allow you to progress.