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I'm so excited to finally have finished my personal training course! It's been a bit of a long-haul to get it done (bearing in mind I have been meaning to do it for years) but I have passed and am ready to try to get my passion for fun exercise passed on to others. I will be working from UTC Oxfordshire Sport in Didcot and also providing daytime personal training for those who are happy to go outdoors (or use my equipment) and have some fun getting fit.
So if you're keen to get bikini ready for the summer, want to make some changes to your lifestyle or want to ramp up your competitive edge then get in touch.
I really do feel lucky to be able to work doing things that I love - massage and exercise are integral to the person I am and hopefully help others too. What do you love (or hate) about exercise and what are your goals? Take a look at these 4 reasons to find something you enjoy:
1. Physical fitness makes the everyday easier
Being physically fitter makes you less tired (sounds crazy but it's true)
2. You live a longer life
You decrease risk factors for illnesses and chronic conditions by taking part in exercise for 30 minutes 3 times a week
3. Exercise makes you happy
Not only does exercise release endorphins post workout but it has been shown to help with symptoms of depression and anxiety
4. You look and feel better
Whether its the athletic shape or peachy behind or just the glow (ok, maybe it's sweat) exercise can make you look and feel better on the inside and outside both short and long term
So...what's stopping you?
Many people avoid exercise as they don't know what to do, lack motivation or have yet to find anything they like to do. That's where personal training can help to get you motivated, feeling more confident and also helping you on a journey to find your type of movement and a healthier life.