Personal Training

Our personal fitness trainers bring with them a wealth of skills, knowledge and experience.

Each trainer has different specialisms that will enable you to achieve your health and fitness goals regardless of your age, gender, medical history or future goals.

They provide motivational energy and advice to encourage and support you to reach higher achievements than you thought were possible.

All personal trainers have completed numerous qualifications to ensure that they are fully capable of designing you safe and effective fitness programs and will work alongside you to help you maximize your potential.

Areas of speciality include;

  • Corrective Exercise
  • Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
  • Endurance
  • Strength and Power
  • Flexibility and Mobility
  • Balance
  • Weight Loss
  • Golf
  • Tennis, Squash and Pickleball
  • Cycling, Running and Duathlons

They will work with you to help establish your functional goals. This means that they will implement exercise regimes and use techniques to guide and teach you routines and movement patterns. To enable you to perform the tasks and skills specific to your current performance and what your aims for future requirements are. Whether you are an elite athlete looking for the cutting edge speed, agility or balance that is required in your sport; or if you are an elderly person suffering with a multitude illnesses or injuries and want to maintain your independence and improve your quality of life, there will be a wonderful trainer who will care and support you to help you meet your needs.

Movement is Key to Life. Everything that lives needs energy to flow through them at an optimum functioning level to enable them to perform movements to complete the tasks of daily living. On a simple level, human beings need to be able to perform coordinated and balanced movements to enable them to achieve (the often taken for granted) daily tasks such as getting in and out of chairs, bed, cooking, and cleaning. Dependent upon work and hobbies, most individuals also require to be able to perform more highly skilled movement patterns such as complex footwork patterns, hand to eye coordination, balance, flexibility with strength and dexterity.

If the body is not functioning at an optimum level, whether through imbalances, injuries or illnesses then it can create insufficient or ineffective movement patterns that can cause increased stress on other parts of the body and a decrease in performance. Seeking expert advice from a skilled functional personal trainer who will work in conjunction with the freedom massage and bodywork therapists at Mot’us will help you to move more efficiently and achieve an improved quality of life, health, and happiness.

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