Andy Lavery, Founder of Dawn Breakers
Your Personal Trainer will push you that extra mile helping you achieve your goals with more efficiency.
Personal training provides you with that extra motivation, support and confidence when using the gym. Your Personal Trainer will push you that extra mile helping you achieve your goals with more efficiency.
They will keep track of your progress and monitor exercises to assist you while keeping your workouts fresh and interesting. A good Personal Trainer will provide you with the skills and knowledge to achieve your goals.
They will teach you new variations on your favorite exercises as well as introducing you to new training techniques. Personal Training is affordable and is something not to be scared of, sessions can be on a 121 basis or in small groups.
Your Personal Trainer will sit with you and work out a fitness program tailored to your needs, they will take into account your limitations and formulate the best plan to achieve your goal. Such training adds a
new dimension to your workout, injecting fun, guidance, support, advice and a training partner.
Most Personal Trainers will happily sit with you to discuss your needs free of charge and many offer a trial session, you really do have nothing to lose.
Our nation is surrounded by water and swimming is one of our great passions. As well as being fun, swimming is a great way to keep fit, stay healthy and make friends. It is also a healthy activity that you can continue for a lifetime. It is a low-impact activity that has many physical and mental health benefits.
Swimming is a good all-round activity because it:
n Keeps your heart rate up but takes some of the impact stress off your body
n Builds endurance, muscle strength and cardiovascular fitness
n Helps maintain a healthy weight, healthy heart and lungs
n Tones muscles and builds strength
n Provides an all-over body workout, as nearly all of your muscles are used during swimming
n A relaxing and peaceful form of exercise
n Alleviates stress
n Improves coordination, balance and posture
“I couldn’t do it . . . I’m just not a morning person. . .
I can barely get through my day now, let alone by exercising before it starts!”
Although it can seem daunting, a morning exercise routine can really change your entire mindset.
We all know exercise is good for us, but we don’t all realise how far-reaching those effects can be, and just how many aspects of our lives they can affect than merely the physical.
Creating a daily morning ritual is empowering, it gives you a sense of being in charge of your day, right when it’s most beneficial – at the very start. What you do (or don’t do) first thing can set you down a certain path for the rest of the day.
Following a set routine will help you feel calm and in control. It will reduce anxiety and mental fatigue, leaving you feeling happier and more productive.
Starting your day by completing a task will help you to feel strong and accomplished, and this feeling will last the whole day, enabling you to attack your day head on, with confidence.
Moreover, if you make that task was an exercise session, then you not only get all the above, but the vast array of enormous benefits from regular exercise on top!
But that’s a chat for another day. . .