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The Best Personal Trainers In London

The Best Personal Trainers In London

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Now you're probably reading this as you'd like to begin your fitness journey or continue your fitness journey with one of London's best personal trainers, you want to make sure every last penny is spent sculpting your body how you'd like it right?

I mean our job is to help you reach your goal whether you intend to lose weight, put on muscle, tone up or if you’d just like to increase your fitness levels, I know there’s a personal trainer with a fitness program for you.

 

Let’s get straight into the topic of pricing….. the oh so important topic,

Finding a discounted personal trainer in London (aka a cheap personal trainer) will most likely offer half the results and a lot of the time no results at all, this is your health you’re playing with and it deserves the best service! A personal trainer in London can cost anywhere between £40-£150 per hour anything less and you might want to double check their qualifications haha!

 

Don’t get me wrong, you could pay more for a personal trainer and see no results, well here’s the trick of avoiding this. NEVER sign up for a block of sessions without having done a taster session or two with the personal trainer even if the taster session will costs you money, imagine booking a block of 10 sessions with your PT and hating every single minute, not fun right……

 

If you didn’t know already with offer a free consultation for all potential clients CLICK HERE

 

Ask Important Questions For Example:

”Have you got previous testimonials with pictures of your clients?”

 

If they’ve been personal training now for a few years and they’ve got nothing to show for it wouldn’t you find that pretty suspicious?

 

Ask your personal trainer what his or hers training style is like and see if that’s something that would work with you, will he or she actually make you lose weight or tone up as much as you’d like?

 

Also ask you personal trainer what the process is in terms of tracking progress, you really don’t want to be running around like a headless chicken for weeks on end without knowing exactly where you are along your journey.

 

As you can see there’s a few things to think about, you’ll most likely be training with the fitness instructor for a while so you want to feel comfortable with the person. The same way you’d get quotes for your double glazed windows is exactly how you need to go into this situation, it’s your money and you should be able to spend it how you’d like right?

 

So to round off everything there’s no personal trainer in London who’s the best, each have their own skills although i think I’m good and my result show that, who knows someone may disagree, find what works for you as you deserve it.

 

Peace out!

Keanu Campbell

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Should You Go To The Gym During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

Should You Go To The Gym During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

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Who would've thought at the start of the year that there would be a pandemic called the corona virus or in short COVID-19 which has nearly put a stop to everything going on in our little world, now to my fellow gym goers you've come to this blog post to find out if it's safe to train in the gym while the virus is floating about in the air.

You’ve probably been getting regular updates from your gym or workout studio in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak, gym’s have been trying to minimalize hand shaking or high fives in workout classes which can help, but the main problem is the disease roaming around in the air due to the air con or being on surfaces such as the weights or machines.

 

What’s going to help you avoid COVID-19 as much a possible?

Wiping down all the surfaces you use in the gym along with washing your hands beforehand and after will go a long way, Boris Johnson and the government have not suggested not going to the gym just yet (don’t start slacking for now), they will most likely be banning events with 500+ people involved but when’s the last time you’ve seen more than 100 people in your gym let alone 500.

 

Gym’s such as: Fitness first, virgin active, david lloyd, f45, gym box, easy gym, pure gym, 1 rebel, third space, and the majority of gyms in London are going off roughly the same guidelines but I’d suggest going on their website to check or calling up your gym, but currently you can still go to your local gym to train although Mr corona virus is lurking around the corner.

 

Training at home ideally may be the better option if you’re still unsure, and if you’re looking for a personal trainer at home look no further CLICK HERE

 

For those not training at the gym I’m not complaining as that means I get the equipment to myself!! and yes I will be wiping everything down after I’ve used it.

 

That’s all from me, stay safe people.

Keanu Campbell

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Should You Go To The Gym During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

Should You Go To The Gym During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

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Who would've thought at the start of the year that there would be a pandemic called the corona virus or in short COVID-19 which has nearly put a stop to everything going on in our little world, now to my fellow gym goers you've come to this blog post to find out if it's safe to train in the gym while the virus is floating about in the air.

You’ve probably been getting regular updates from your gym or workout studio in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak, gym’s have been trying to minimalize hand shaking or high fives in workout classes which can help, but the main problem is the disease roaming around in the air due to the air con or being on surfaces such as the weights or machines.

 

What’s going to help you avoid COVID-19 as much a possible?

Wiping down all the surfaces you use in the gym along with washing your hands beforehand and after will go a long way, Boris Johnson and the government have not suggested not going to the gym just yet (don’t start slacking for now), they will most likely be banning events with 500+ people involved but when’s the last time you’ve seen more than 100 people in your gym let alone 500.

 

Gym’s such as: Fitness first, virgin active, david lloyd, f45, gym box, easy gym, pure gym, 1 rebel, third space, and the majority of gyms in London are going off roughly the same guidelines but I’d suggest going on their website to check or calling up your gym, but currently you can still go to your local gym to train although Mr corona virus is lurking around the corner.

 

Training at home ideally may be the better option if you’re still unsure, and if you’re looking for a personal trainer at home look no further CLICK HERE

 

For those not training at the gym I’m not complaining as that means I get the equipment to myself!! and yes I will be wiping everything down after I’ve used it.

 

That’s all from me, stay safe people.

Keanu Campbell

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Should You Go To The Gym During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

Should You Go To The Gym During The Coronavirus Outbreak?

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Who would've thought at the start of the year that there would be a pandemic called the corona virus or in short COVID-19 which has nearly put a stop to everything going on in our little world, now to my fellow gym goers you've come to this blog post to find out if it's safe to train in the gym while the virus is floating about in the air.

You’ve probably been getting regular updates from your gym or workout studio in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak, gym’s have been trying to minimalize hand shaking or high fives in workout classes which can help, but the main problem is the disease roaming around in the air due to the air con or being on surfaces such as the weights or machines.

 

What’s going to help you avoid COVID-19 as much a possible?

Wiping down all the surfaces you use in the gym along with washing your hands beforehand and after will go a long way, Boris Johnson and the government have not suggested not going to the gym just yet (don’t start slacking for now), they will most likely be banning events with 500+ people involved but when’s the last time you’ve seen more than 100 people in your gym let alone 500.

 

Gym’s such as: Fitness first, virgin active, david lloyd, f45, gym box, easy gym, pure gym, 1 rebel, third space, and the majority of gyms in London are going off roughly the same guidelines but I’d suggest going on their website to check or calling up your gym, but currently you can still go to your local gym to train although Mr corona virus is lurking around the corner.

 

Training at home ideally may be the better option if you’re still unsure, and if you’re looking for a personal trainer at home look no further CLICK HERE

 

For those not training at the gym I’m not complaining as that means I get the equipment to myself!! and yes I will be wiping everything down after I’ve used it.

 

That’s all from me, stay safe people.

Keanu Campbell

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