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The Best Fitness Plan For Your Goals In No Time

by | Jan 31, 2021 | Blog Archive

In early 2014, I left my full time job (for unrelated reasons) and had an opportunity to do a Pilates certification, so I thought – why not?  Something different.  I managed to improve my physical and mental health during a stressful time with regular exercise.  I ran and did aerobic exercise daily,  but I struggled to get results and felt like the only option was to spend more and more time burning calories.  But I still made no progress.  I came across the Metafit coach’s course and decided to give it a crack, getting certified and then spending 3 months trialling 2 sessions per week to see what it would do for me.  Within weeks my body started to change.  It was hard, I won’t lie, but by the time 3 months was up I was stronger, fitter and ready to share it with others.

Over the last 6 years, I’ve continued to look for effective and efficient ways to work out for time poor people who want a bit of balance in life.  I furthered my scope into weights training and spent a lot of hours practicing the skill, and still do, so that I can deliver solid, sustainable, time saving training programmes to my clients, rather than just telling them to exercise more.

If you keep putting your fitness goals on the back burner, here’s my training recommendations for your goals and to finally stop making excuses:

Improve overall fitness, strength, and lose some body fat 

2 x Metafit sessions, 1 x MetaPWR weekly, increase incidental movement.  

Total training time: 1.5 hours/week.

Build muscle and power, increase fitness, change your shape

1 x Metafit, 2 x MetaPWR, 1 x Strong AF weekly, increase incidental movement.

Total training time: 2 hours/week.

Build muscle, increase core strength, Tone up

2 x Gold sessions, 2 Toned AF weekly, increase incidental movement.

Total training time: 2 hours 45 mins/week.

Build muscle, overall strength, tone and increase fitness

2 x Gold sessions, 1 x Strong AF, 1 x Toned AF, 1 x Metafit/MetaPWR

Total training time: 3-4 hours/week

It’s no secret that consistency is key, but the training plan that will get the best results for YOU, is one you can stick to.  Far too often we plan to do more than we can manage, only to fail and feel like being fit just isn’t for us.  That’s so far from the truth.  If you would like some guidance on the quickest and most effective ways to achieve your goals, and keep the results, get in touch for a consultation.

In my opinion, participating in workouts and being fit is an essential activity, not for the elite instagram crowd or those who appear to have more motivation/dedication than you.  We make it achievable for every body.  

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