Plymouth Personal Trainer

Personal Trainer Plymouth

Personal Training Plymouth

Plymouth Personal Training

Sitting vs Athleticism

In western cultures today many people spend the majority of their time sitting down! This can be in the office, driving your car, on the toilet, watching tv but hopefully not sitting on too many weights machines at the gym. This ‘sitting culture’ can lead to a variety of adaptations in the musculo-skeletal system which are not conducive to optimum athletic performance and physical function. This can include tight hip flexors, weak/underactive glutes, weak lower back musculature and lordodic spine posture.


Why use a personal trainer?

1. Measurable results

All too often gym goers finish a workout when they ‘feel’ they have had a good workout but over a period of time they see diminishing results. The necessity for accurate record keeping when training in order to track both the volume (the overall amount of training measured for example the total weight lifted in a session) and the intensity (ie the percentage of your 1 rep max that you used) of your workout will provide you with hard data to evaluate exactly how well your training endeavours are doing at achieving your goals. Knowledgeable exercise professionals will be able to manipulate these two key variables using the most efficient exercise protocols to suit your specific goal. For example training



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