Benefits of personal training in Brighton and Hove
Personal training is more than a series of one-on-one sessions. Personal training with me in Brighton and Hove is a physical, psychological, and emotional experience. You first increase your level of base conditioning before progressing to increase physical and cognitive skills.
By diarising personal training sessions, a healthy exercise routine can quickly be established. Clients often comment that having accountability to a professional personal trainer is a compelling reason to get fit and stay fit.
Please do not worry about your current fitness levels because exercise intensity will be in line with your capabilities. If you are currently suffering from a previous injury, there are still many ways we can work around this. As an experienced personal trainer in Brighton and Hove, I have built a deep understanding of how to structure programmes that account for a multitude of previous injuries and conditions.
If you decide to proceed with the personal trainer of Brighton and Hove, I will devise a bespoke plan which will also include nutritional advice.
I am so confident that you will see and feel the results, I offer a 100% money-back guarantee.
Why train with Personal Trainer Brighton, Anthony Bevington?
As part of my feedback, I asked clients why they choose me to be their personal trainer in Brighton and Hove.
The top 5 traits clients noted were:
1. Approachable and friendly personality
2. Non-militant training approach
3. Attention to detail
5. Positive attitude
In addition to the above, female clients noted that having access to a women only gym was something that made them feel more comfortable initially.
I also have experience training women in Brighton and Hove through pregnancy, both pre-natal and post-natal. I am able to provide references, so please ask because I understand this is a particularly important consideration. It is especially important to hire an experienced and qualified personal trainer in Brighton through pregnancy.
Early on in my career, I was awarded a prize for delivering the most personal training sessions for a large nationwide chain.
Who do I train?
I personal train both men and women in Brighton and Hove. Most of my clients tend to be over 30 and there is no upper age limit. To deliver results quickly, I am looking for you to be able to train a minimum of 1 session per week for a 12 week period.
I do not offer single ad-hoc sessions beyond the initial consultation. This is because single sessions are rarely to the benefit of you in terms of building a structured programme and routine. This also makes it very difficult to manage my diary with other clients, who prefer to stick to the same day and time most weeks.
Most of my clients have very demanding careers so I am able to be flexible where possible, though trying to train at the same time is also optimal for your results.
If you have consistent goals and are at a similar fitness level, I am able to train 2 people at once. This would be appropriate should you prefer to train with a partner, friend or work colleague. Please note, all of my packages attract a 30% supplement when training 2 clients at once.
It is my job as a Personal Trainer in Brighton and Hove to keep you motivated and focused. Our personal training efforts aim at setting constant challenges and monitoring your progress. Getting you in shape becomes a team effort! We are jointly accountable for your results!
Your personal pacer
Having run the Brighton Marathon and Half-Marathon multiple times, I can bring together the theoretical and practical side of preparing specifically for these events. This further includes how to correctly use a Foam Roller for recovery, and the nutritional side of things, including the use of gels.
I am happy to pace you to your next Personal Best!
Here are my PBs for popular distances:
5K: 19:05, Brighton and Hove Parkrun, Hove Park, 2018
10K: 40:24, BM10K, 2018
Half-Marathon: 1:30, Worthing, 2019
Marathon: 3:36, Brighton, 2019
Races signed-up to for this year: Brighton Marathon on 10th April 2022, Worthing Half-Marathon, 24th April 2022