Our aim isn't to train you one-on-one forever. We want to teach you how to establish a training routine that suits your lifestyle, rehabilitate an injury to get you back into your old training regime, give you the push you need to achieve the next goal, or introduce you to running and strength training, and give you the skills & confidence to join the groups.
How can we help you?
Fitness and technique appraisal
If you're looking for a PB or to improve you running economy. If you've had an injury and want to make sure your technique is 'on point' before you make a come back. Or if you are just interested to test out your fitness and technique, book in a one-off session and we can assess your fitness and technique in within a 60 minute session.
The smartest runners prioritise their strength training
Whether you're a runner, triathlete, sports person, or none! Everyone should prioritise strength training to enhance and maintain:
Pre- and Post-partum strength
Consistency is key
There is a reason our fitness professionals go and get degrees and certifications, because they want to be the most knowledgable practitioners on the North Shore. Not everyone has the opportunity to do this degree, and we wouldn't expect you to know what we know, thats why it is important to work with a trainer to reach your body composition goals. Personal trainers are not qualified to give out nutritional advice (unless they have an extra degree/certification), but we can help you:
Assess your body composition
Burn as many calories as possible in a small amount of time
Increase your post workout calorie burn
Increase muscle mass so that you are burning more calories at rest
Keep you accountable to the goals you set with us
Get the extra edge
Whether you've been running forever but don't feel like you're improving, or you are completely new to the sport, training with one of our running coaches can help you:
Tweak your training plan to improve your fitness and reduce your race times
Pace your sessions properly so that your 'quality' sessions are contributing to your development
Improve your running technique to reduce the amount of energy required to run
Reduce your likelihood of sustaining a running related injury