Personal Training equals results
When we opened our doors over a decade ago, the fitness industry was booming but in a bad place. Gyms seemed to have become all about bright lights and music, machines and merchandise, posing and power shakes. And the worst thing about it was that members were taking second place. People joined, got bored or intimidated, left, and never went back. It wasn’t for us. So, there was only one thing to do: set about completely turning the fitness business model on its head.
We don’t use the term world-class lightly, but when describing our expert and experienced trainers, it’s justified. Not only are they up-to-speed with the latest science, but they’re passionate about building our fun and un-intimidating culture. And because we don’t use freelancers, and our permanent personal trainers stay for the long-term, you get the consistent care and support you need.
Why Small-Group Personal Training Works
It’s a scientifically based method that we pioneered, and it’s at the
heart of everything we do. The idea of a one-to-one relationship might seem good, but too often, the momentum fizzles out. With a small group of no more than six, you get the same level of attention but with a fun and inspiring group dynamic. It’s feeding off other like-minded members that spurs you on and on. It’s also a more flexible and less expensive option, allowing you to make the most of the other parts of your gym membership like our classes. At Functional Fitness, personal training isn’t an alternative to gym membership and group training; it’s all wrapped up together in one effective results-driven package.
Small Group Personal Training
How can it be personal training, if it’s not one-to-one? Well, we’d all agree that individual coaching gives you the tailored approach and personal attention to help you achieve results faster and in a safer way. But what if you could get the same high-quality coaching and the same focus with the added motivation of a fun class dynamic? Small-group Personal Training is the best of both worlds. And that’s why our core programme is centred around it and every success story is built on it.
Scientifically and practically proven
Small means small; no groups are larger than six. This way you get the buzz and encouragement of working towards your goals with like-minded members, but your coach is still able to keep tabs on each of you as you train. And everyone starts with a one-to-one evaluation, and each programme is tailored to specific goals and is reviewed regularly.
The long-term solution
Small-group personal training is the sustainable option. To begin with, it’s more cost-effective than one-to-one personal training. Plus, because we run sessions every hour, you’re more likely to find a slot that works for you. All of this adds up to a training regime that you’re more likely to stick at. And that can only be a good thing.
Small Group Personal Training
Frequently Asked Questions
Who needs a personal trainer?
Anyone who wants to improve their fitness, get stronger or lose weight can benefit from personal training. And at Functional Fitness, we make it accessible for all. If you think you’re not the type of person who has a personal trainer, think again. We all need help to kick start any new habit and maintain it long-term. So, if you’re new to the gym, personal training at Functional Fitness is for you. If you’ve lost your gym mojo, then it’s also for you. If you want to be pushed to the limits you can’t reach yourself, then give it try. If you want to be inspired and have fun whilst exercising, then Functional Fitness’s Small-group Personal Training is the way to go.
How can personal training help me?
Personal training can be hugely beneficial for everyone, but how it helps depends on who you are. If you’re exercising regularly but not seeing the results, a personal training coach will help you progress with your exercises in the most effective way. Plus, they’ll give you the motivation, support and accountability to take you to new levels. If you’re new to exercise, an important benefit of a personal trainer is that they’ll make sure you learn exercises correctly and safely. If you’ve suffered an injury, a personal training programme is an ideal way to help you rehabilitate, improve mobility and build your strength in the areas that need work.
Is personal training better than working out alone?
You might feel you can achieve your fitness goals on your own, but the main problem is that you’re unique. When you exercise with a fitness professional, they’ll create a safe programme around your specific goals and fitness level, based on an initial assessment. Motivation is also an issue; your will power just isn’t enough. With our dedicated personal training coaches, you get an ally who drives you with encouragement and live feedback, monitoring you’re accountability and progress all the way.
Is personal training worth it?
Without a doubt. And not just by helping you get the physical results you want. Exercising regularly with the support of a professional will keep your mind positive and strong which, in turn, will make you feel happier and more confident. Plus, while you train with us, you’re gaining invaluable exercise knowledge that you’ll have for the rest of your life.
How often will I get personal training?
At Functional Fitness, every training session or class you take is run by one of our expert personal trainers. And our Small-group Personal Training sessions are held on the hour, every hour, so you have the flexibility to work out when it suits you. Compare this to hiring a one-to-one personal trainer once a week, and you can see that our approach is the best way to build momentum and reach your goals.
Will I get nutritional advice as part of my personal training programme?
Yes. You’ll get a personal nutrition plan as part of your training programme, and every gym membership includes access to a package of nutrition resources. As well as helping with weight loss, a healthy diet is a fundamental part of your fitness journey.
Will personal training help with weight loss?
Yes. All our personal training programmes are complemented by expert nutrition support. Controlling what you eat, combined with the right types of exercise will help you burn more calories and, ultimately, lose weight.