Frequently Asked Questions

How will my training sessions be planned?

The structure of your training sessions will be determined during your initial consultation and fitness assessment, and is dependant upon your personal training goals.

How long does each session take?

Each training session will last between 45 to 60 minutes depending on your level of fitness.

What would I be expected to do?

A specific training program will be designed for you based on your training goals, however, you can expect to do some cardiovascular and respiratory exercise in addition to muscular strength and endurance and flexibility exercises.

What should I wear?

It is advisable to wear loose fitting, comfortable clothes such as jogging bottoms and a T-shirt. You will need a supportive pair of training shoes. I also recommend bringing a hand towel and a bottle of water.

Do I get a re-assessment?

Every 8 to 12 weeks your fitness levels will be reviewed by way of a re-assessment. To continue improving your fitness levels your exercise program will be adjusted to suit your new health and fitness goals.

How long will it take before I see any improvements?

If you are exercising regularly, executing a moderate to high level of intensity in addition to healthy food management, you should see some improvements within 12 weeks.

Will I need to go on a “diet”?

Dump the diet! The trouble with “dieting” is that once your target weight has been achieved and you stop “dieting” and resume existing eating habits, unfortunately not only will the original weight be regained but a little extra weight too. At Fearn Fitness Personal Training we encourage clients to make long-term lifestyle changes, making healthy food choices and portion sizes.

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