– Online personal training now available
Online Fitness Coach Prices
Monthly Cost – £40 (approx $65) – Introductory Offer
- Initial Consultation – Baseline fitness, goal setting, motivational barriers, lifestyle etc.
- 7 Day Diet Plan
- Training Programme & Weekly Amends
- Weekly Q & A
- Weekly Monitoring & Support
One off Consultation with Diet Plan and Exercise Plan – £60
- Includes –
- Initial Consultation
- 7 Day Diet Plan
- Weekly Training Programme – home or gym based
Strength & Conditioning Programme – £40
- Strength & Conditioning Program (Weekly)
Lean Mass Diet Plan & Recipe Pack – £4.99
Personal Training Qualifications
My Relevant Qualifications Include:
- A grade A Levels in PE & Biology
- A First Class Honours Degree in Sport & Exercise Science from Loughborough University
- A Masters Degree in Exercise & Nutrition Science from The University of Liverpool
My relevant Experience Includes:
- 20 Years Experience of Fitness Training
- 13 years of MMA Training
- 5 years experience of writing about & researching fitness & nutrition
- Over 10 years experience in helping people reach their fitness goals
I’ve written a number of articles for printed magazines, including MMA Universe magazine:
“I met Drew when he was working at the local gym. My outlook to diet and exercise has completely changed and I’ve managed to lose and keep-off over 3 stone. I even enjoy the gym now!”
Lee Davies – Lecturer Coleg Cambria Wrexham
Why Hire me As Your Online Personal Trainer?
- I’m a 39 Year old Dad of 2, not a 21 year old straight out of university
- First Class Degree from the UK’s Premier Sport Science university
- Master’s Degree in Exercise & Nutrition Science from the University of Liverpool
- 25 Years of training experience
Contact me with your email address to get started:
Chief Strength & Conditioning Coach – Ian Crump
With 12 years’ experience of working for the English Institute of Sport, Ian has a wealth of knowledge and experience.
38 years’ of age, Ian also has over 7 years’ experience of working with elite athletes with the English Rugby Football Union.
See Ian’s Linkedin Page to see some more of his credentials
Why Use an Online Fitness Trainer?
Getting in shape is a common goal for many of us. We want to look better and feel healthier. When we look good on the outside, we usually feel better about ourselves on the inside.
There are many ways to get in shape. Some prefer to create their own form of regimented exercise routine. Others may need a little help. That’s where the services of a certified personal trainer come into play.
A Fitness Coach can work with you to create a plan to meet your fitness and wellness goals. Many can be found at your local health centre or gym. There are also plenty of personal trainers online.
A simple search should yield enough results for online personal trainer UK and Online Fitness Coaches. Take some time to review each trainer you are considering. Read testimonials, reviews and lists of the services they offer. Most of all, check that they have some academic credentials. Many don’t.
Once you find an online personal trainer that best meets with your needs, discuss your goals and concerns with them so you can get started right away!
By now, you’re probably thinking to yourself, how does online personal training work? Training sessions vary from one trainer to another. There are text messages, phone calls, email coaching sessions and video sessions using Skype, FaceTime or other applications. Interactions between you and your coach can occur, daily, weekly or monthly. There are also apps and other utilities that clients use to view their workout plans, log their progress and commuicate with their coach.
A simple app such as Google sheets is excellent for training programmes and diet plans. You can update the sheet each day to confirm your workouts have been completed. Your trainer will automatically receive updates on your progress. You can often save or print PDF versions of your workout schedule to take with you whenever you work out – or just access them via the internet and your phone.
You may be asking yourself, “should I get an online personal trainer?” If you’re in one of the following situations, the answer should to that question should be a resounding “YES!”
– You lead a busy life. People who live busy, active lives often don’t have a lot of time to work out or go to the gym. They’re always balancing work, family, volunteer commitments and other responsibilities. Busy individuals get their workouts in during whatever free time they have in their schedule. One of the nice things about having an online personal trainer is that the trainer works around your schedule. They prepare exercise and activity plans that can usually be completed in as little as 15 to 30 minutes at a time.
– You prefer working out at home. Some people just don’t like going to the gym. They don’t like using the same weights or machines that other people have used, they might be introverted or simply prefer to exercise in more familiar surroundings. Having an online personal trainer means that you don’t have to go out in public to exercise. You can work out in the comfort of your own home anytime you want. Check in with them on a regular basis and let them know how you’re doing. If you’re having difficulty finding enough time or space at home to exercise, your trainer can suggest activities that don’t take a lot of time or space.
– You don’t live near a gym or fitness centre. Depending on where you live, you might not have a gym or workout center anywhere near you, or the closest fitness center might be tens or even hundreds of miles away. While this might be discouraging to some, for others, it’s a great opportunity to work with an online personal trainer. Your trainer will create customized workout plans no matter how far away you are from them. You can talk to them via the phone, text messages, emails, Skype or Facetime. They’re always there to motivate and encourage you.
– You’re on a budget. Gym memberships and exercise equipment can get to be rather expensive. Not everyone can afford such luxuries. Personal trainers aren’t cheap, but you should be able to find a good online personal trainer that will work with your budget. Take the time to discuss your fitness goals with them and tell them how much you can afford. Most trainers offer their services on either a monthly or annual pricing basis. If they know that you’re willing to do the work to achieve results, they won’t turn you away.
– You have specific goals in mind. Let’s say for instance that you want to start the new year by losing ten to fifteen pounds, or that you want to gain muscle mass. An online personal trainer can recommend nutrition and exercise plans to help you meet those goals. They can create a schedule for you to track your progress with. They should keep in contact with you on a regular basis to check your progress. If you’re ahead of schedule or falling behind, they can add certain activities or actions you can take to keep you on pace.
If you prefer to work out independently or if you already have a personal trainer or expert that you work out with in person, an online personal trainer probably isn’t for you. However, if you need more structure and discipline in your exercise routine, getting an online coach isn’t a bad idea. Just make sure that you interview potential trainers carefully. Ask your family and friends for recommendations, talk to references and talk to the trainer before you sign up. There are a lot of scams out there, so it’s important that the trainer you select is reputable and has your best interests at heart.
An online personal trainer doesn’t take a “one size fits all” approach. They tailor their lessons and exercises for each client that they work with. They take the time to interact with you personally to see what works best for you. They are often one of your greatest allies when you’re working towards achieving your goals. Online personal trainers encourage and motivate their clients as often as possible. They want to see you succeed, because they want you to be happy with yourself. When you feel good about yourself, it shows in your interactions with others. It’s an important part of living a happier, healthier life.