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Life in the fit lane

One of the most common sentences I hear from new clients is: “If I just had more time, I’d be much fitter.” Another common expression is: “Gym memberships are so expensive. And even if I did go, I won’t know what I’m doing. To be honest, I’d be scared to walk through the door.”

It’s my job, as a personal trainer, not just to help clients work out but to give them the skills to understand that being fit and healthy doesn’t mean hours in the gym every day or thousands of pounds invested in equipment. A few simple lifestyle changes, along with a change in approach to exercise, will reap significant – and, even better, long-lasting – results.

The secret? Clients need to understand that bodyweight is the best tool they can use – no matter where they are. Away on business? No problem. Holiday? Just five minutes

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