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Body weight isn’t always the best monitor of health or training progress. You can stay the same weight but increase muscle mass & decrease body fat. This means you are making progress to be stronger & healthier although on traditional scales you might not see the improvement.

By increasing muscle mass you increase your Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR  is the amount of calories you need to consume daily in order to maintain your current body mass) you can create a calorie deficit by increasing activity levels and slightly reducing your calorie intake, while making sure you have enough protein to build or maintain muscle mass.

Build Strength


Tracking increases such as 1 rep maximum weight, or 10 rep maximum weight is a good indicator of making progress. 

Improving strength can also help your ability to move your body. For example, improving strength may mean that you are able to do a body weight pull up or walk up & down stairs without knee pain. Everyone's goals are unique. 



Lose Fat


We all need a certain amount of fat in our bodies in order to function in a healthy way. Too much, or too little can be damaging. Small consistent changes to your diet, lifestyle and progressive overload in your training will help you lose fat and keep your body fat percentage at a healthy range. One of the best changes to make is trying to be more active & simple walking more can make a big difference if you do it consistently. 




 Have you ever walked into a gym and felt lost where to begin or that you just randomly do a few machines, get a bit sweaty then go home?

Full programming for sessions and training in the gym or at home/outdoors depending on your personal circumstances and preference.  Using the true coach app to share workouts and give feedback you will never feel unsure of what to do or how to do it. There are demo videos and clear programs to follow.



Making improvements can be small but if consistent you will progress. This can apply to weight loss/gain, strength, fitness, flexibility & mobility. 


High Intensity Interval Training


This is great if you are low on time but still want to put the effort in to get the best results.

You can choose to train for 30 mins at a higher intensity which is a very efficient method of building muscle, burning calories and improving fitness.

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