THE PERSONAL TRAINER IN BATH
June 2020 Covid-19 Update:
PT sessions are now available outside in open spaces from Monday 1st June for individuals and groups up to 5 people.
Social distancing rules apply and hand sanitisers are available for hand washing and equipment.
PT sessions are available live online. No equipment necessary. Full workout & programme with login details and videos.
Zoom row / bike workouts in aid of NHS Charities Together on Monday 1230, Wednesday 0730 & Friday 1230. Please visit my JustGiving Charity page:
Vastly experienced personal trainer and coach offering bespoke training programmes, online personal training, bootcamps, training from home and 1-1 gym based personal training sessions in and around Bath.
Extensive knowledge of health and fitness, nutrition, strength, mobility, flexibility, core conditioning, sports performance and well-being
Personal Trainer located in Bath, Tony is a former rower having competed at Henley, Commonwealths and the World Cup Regattas. Tony has over 20 years of personal training experience, knowledge and practical application to ensure goals are achievable whilst balancing the pressures of day to day life.
Whether you are a complete beginner to fitness and exercise, a weekend warrior or a seasoned athlete, Tony will prescribe an evolving exercise programme and dietary advice consisting of local organically sourced foods. Contact Tony for your 2020 fitness and health goals and receive a free taster session.
“My clients come from an array of backgrounds with different goals but all want the same outcome. To be fitter, healthier and happier.”
A variety of exercises, workouts and movements to enable you to enjoy your training. Personal training in and around Bath. Online personal training via Zoom or Skype including saved personalised training programmes with video links. Individual or team training programmes. Nutrition advice including optimising meal times and fitness sessions for health, strength and well-being.
To develop a personalised fitness programme and plan, whatever the goal, a consultation is initiated. This will highlight your targets, training commitments, restrictions to workouts and current diet and eating patterns. With this information, we can prepare an individual fitness and well-being plan.
The nutritional plans are based around organic foods. Examples of food that are actively encouraged are local free range meats and eggs, wild fish, locally sourced organic vegetables and a variety of fruit, nuts, seeds, herbs, cold-pressed oils and natural yoghurts. Plans can be tailored for omnivorous, vegetarian, vegan or pescatarian clients.
See the forms of training we utilise. Example workouts:
Workout of the Day (WOD)
Tony awards runner Jackie the April 2020 client of the month for committing to an online training routine during the Covid-19 lockdown. Read on to find out how Jackie is gaining strength, despite gyms being closed.
Join me for a FREE live Zoom workout every Monday 1230, Wednesday 0730 & Friday 1230 throughout lockdown for a 30 minute cardio session.
Any donations would be in aid of NHS Charities Together.
Hope to see you all soon.
Read how Beth has continued to improve her fitness levels, strength and weight loss goals despite the UK lockdown from Covid-19. Her improvisation of household items for strength training and using her bodyweight to increase fitness levels plus eating a healthy diet. All monitored online.
With the onslaught of Coronavirus (Covid-19) affecting the globe and the devastation caused by the pandemic, it’s time to fight back by defending ourselves with strategies for building a healthy strong immune system.
Covid-19 is changing lives around the globe. Nearly everyone on the planet has been affected by the pandemic. Understand what this coronavirus is. How to stay healthy and ultimately stop the spread of the virus.
Taking preventative measures during the coronavirus outbreak is essential to keeping healthy whilst working out.
Anti-bacterial gels and wipes and cleaning hands regularly can help prevent the spread of Covid-19. And ask your gym to clean all equipment more often, open the windows and doors and turn off the air conditioning.
However, if you do have any symptoms, do not go to the gym or outside and call NHS 111. Avoid contact with people and self-isolate.