How It Works
- Complete the questionnaire below to decide whether online personal training is for you
- I will then assess personally your application and start devising your programme
- Your programme will be shared via email or on Google Drive. You can also input your training plan onto any application of your choosing such as. Google Drive is easily accessible, and the spreadsheets are simple to follow. See below for more details.
- I will follow your progress providing a weekly report. This can be discussed during a specific time slot each week and answer any questions for your convenience.
- Personalised 12 microcycles (weeks) of training
- Various workouts for continued progression
- Exercise videos included to demonstrate correct techniques
- Appropriate sets, repetitions and recovery for development
- Nutritional advice to support your physical progression
- Contact me at any time to discuss your progress, techniques and queries
Why Choose Online Training?
- Online personal training is for people who cannot visit a personal trainer, or prefer to train to their own schedule.
- If you are looking for someone to keep track of your training, then this is the best option for you.
- If at anytime you feel that you need to brush up on technique, then you have access to face-to-face tuition at my Birmingham based studio.
- If you do not stick to a particular diet/intake then you will more than likely be tracking your food. Those who track food and weight lose more pounds. I will only make you stick strictly to macros unless it’s really necessary.
- Programmes will take Simon up to five days to structure and complete for your attention.
When completing the questionnaire below, choose what training programme you are looking to follow. This could include (but is not limited to):
Choose your schedule – How many times can you train? – a minimum of three times is required. This allows me to plan your training alongside recovery time, so I can decide which days work best for you and I will design your programme to suit your lifestyle.
*To note variables will change to help you progress.
To maintain progress and record your achievements, you can also keep tabs on certain values depending your goals.
Examples of specific fitness tests are one-rep maximums, 500m row, Cooper run (12 minute aerobic test), standing long jump or even a 60 second press up test. Completing these tests at regular intervals will help you track your progress. You will be amazed by how further you can push yourself in just a few short weeks. If we are not on schedule, we will look on how to change the programme to achieve new personal bests. Failure to set goals can result in complacency. For example, I occasionally do parkruns and Pull Ups to find out where I am, and what training units I might need to change around or include to progress with my own training.
Nutritional advice will take into account your tastes and goals. Supplementation is not advised.