Always find yourself saying that you don’t have time to get to the gym? Or make excuses about early morning work meetings just to shave time off your workout? No more excuses. Offering mobile personal training services across Sydney, we will come to you.
Failing to make time for yourself and your health, means succumbing to health challenges that arise when were are inactive in our 40s and beyond – muscle wear and tear, slowing metabolism and mental function, and increased risk of chronic diseases. Don’t let your age beat you. It’s time to reprioritise and take responsibility for your health.
Science has proven that the human body responds positively to exercise no matter what your age. In fact muscle loss and decreased cardiovascular fitness are not the normal result of aging; they’re primarily the result of a sedentary lifestyle. By maintaining regular physical activity, even if you start in your 40s or 50s, there is every chance you can be the fittest and healthiest you’ve ever been.
Experience the Benefits of Outdoor Personal Training
Research shows that exercising outdoors, in natural environments, is associated with greater feelings of revitalisation, increased energy and positive engagement, together with decreases in tension, anger and depression. People also report greater enjoyment and satisfaction with outdoor activity and say they are more likely to repeat the activity.
Personal training is as much about the physical benefits as it is about the psychological benefits, so we encourage you to give it a go and see how it can transform your life.
We base your fitness program on your fitness level rather than your age, and it’s tailored to meet your specific goals:
We also make it easy for you to stick to your exercise routine by coming to a location near you. We offer outdoor mobile personal training in Sydney’s CBD, Eastern Suburbs, Lower North Shore and North Sydney.
Contact ustoday and claim your health back. It’s never too late.
 Thompson Coon, J., Boddy, K., Stein, K., Whear, R., Barton, J. and Depledge, M. (2011). Does Participating in Physical Activity in Outdoor Natural Environments Have a Greater Effect on Physical and Mental Wellbeing than Physical Activity Indoors? A Systematic Review. Environmental Science & Technology, 45(5), pp.1761-1772.