I've moved the Monday night class indoors in my studio and have made it an hour long, condensing the HIIT and abs into one.
Next week will be the third week of the class - its pretty intense!
Bow, East London Personal Training, class and bootcamps.
Thursday 7-8pm Power Circuits inside my studio. This class has a 14 people capacity. Think battle ropes, TRX, kettlebells, slam balls, dumbbells.
This is booked on a first come first serve basis and already looks like it wil be very popular!
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Here you can see my client Sarah doing a Bulgarian split squat with a kettlebell loaded on the opposite arm to that of the leg that is being worked. This means the glutes have to work that bit harder to stop the knee collapsing in. In addition to this, the video on instagram will show how we were getting Sarah to pause at the bottom of the movement and ensure her hip was as low as her knee. These cues mean her glutes have to really work to control the movement - quite often i see this exercise done almost exclusively using the thigh muscle. Good coaching allows you to target the muscles you want to work in a safe manner.
My studio is based in the Bow Business Centre, E3.
Great to see so many people this weekend and i had a lot of positive feedback after the session. The community is growing AND people are getting fit!
An important part of the AdMac brand is learning new skills whilst training. I start every session with a skill element, whether it be juggling, skipping, boxing, handstands, yoga or calisthenics:- now this isn't just because i'm a looney, i've found clients enjoy sessions more when they are working towards something more than just a body goal. And guess what, enjoying sessions leads to a better adherence rate to training - which means they actually do a better job of hitting those fitness goals!
Bow, E3 based Personal Training, classes and bootcamps.
Working the hamstrings with the clan down in Grove Hall Park, E3. Practice makes perfect with this.
Bootcamps, personal training and classes. AdMac
One of the bodyweight exercises that requires a great deal of strength and mobility. This is something i practice twice a week and encorporate into a lot of my sessions with clients.
-instil a 'slight bit' of discipline with the food and drink you consume
- but then aim for COMPLETE dedication to your training
Aim for these two week in, week out and watch your body take shape
Put another way, dont get too hung up on the two gin and tonics you had in the sun Tuesday evening... those 100/150 calories arent going to ruin your week - however do have a word with yourself if you are skipping your training.
Discipline with your training = freedom in other areas of your life.
Personal training, bootcamps and classes in Bow, East London.
Added some variety this week to the Saturday bootcamp. Due to the wet weather we went in the beautiful garden area of Grove Hall Park and included did a section on shuttle running. The feedback was positive and i think you can tell they enjoyed themselves...
Personal training, bootcamps and classes available in Bow, East London.
Due to the success of the bootcamp on a Saturday morning, there is going to be a new midweek abs class outdoor in Grove Hall Park, Fairfield Road, Bow E3.
This will be 45 minutes of working your abs in every concieveable angle, to both improve your core strength but also develop the muscle tissue in your abdomninals and obliques.
This will be running from June until September, come and get involved!
Another great turnout this weekend. 11 lovely ladies and an exciteable cockapoo! Some silly games mixed in with some hard work, plenty of drinks breaks and an entertaining coffee with a couple of the group down at the gallery cafe. Fun start to the weekend.
Bootcamp on tomorrow 10-10.45am Grove Hall Park, off Fairfield Road.
Dieting shouldn't mean ignoring actual hunger - moreover if you are serious about losing weight and KEEPING IT OFF in the long term you need to get your approach correct.
Get this "how many pounds can i lose in a week" mantraout of your head. This on its own doesn't correlate with long term weight loss and isn't the right factor to base your success on.
Learning how to eat with control - being mindful of portion sizes, choosing mainly good quality food groups, allowing yourself some deliberate flexbility and sticking with this week in week out - should be your focus.
Where is a good place to start with all of this? Putting consistent effort into your food shopping, meal preparation and cooking is a good idea.
For personal training which includes nutrtional coaching, find me in the Bow Business Centre, E3.
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To any personal trainers both new and old - getting to know your clients on a deeper level than just fitness is such an important point.
If you are to be a successful personal trainer you should see yourself as a coach. Unfortunately many mistake the job as just providing proper exercise technique. This skill - although it should of course be there - ranks pretty low in the pecking order of skills required to be a good coach and if this is all you are really offering will meanclients come and go on a conveyor belt. Unfortuantely these types of PT's will spend the majority of their time looking for new clients and never get down to the nitty gritty stuff.
Knowing a client and developing a relationship is not only going to help towards keeping clients longer - it will also mean you can actually coach them better as you become more empathetic towards whatever trials and tribulations that occur during your time together. The other seemingly obvious point is if you can retain your clients for long periods of time they will surely see better results.
Hey everyone, bootcamp is on tomorrow from 10-10.45am @ Grove Hall Park, Fairfield Road, E3.
Bring some water and have a good breakfast!