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By giving them constant support and sharing our knowledge and experience. We inspire our clients to take on new challenges and achieve more than they thought possible.
The idea of personal training can be scary. You’ve probably seen personal trainers on TV who adopt a “bootcamp” approach. Their main motivational tool seems to be screaming at their clients.
We know that not everyone wants to be screamed at. Yes, we challenge you to stretch your boundaries. But we inspire and encourage rather than shout. And our first concern is always to make sure your training is appropriate for your body, so you're not putting your health in danger.
Your results are what we care about here at MyoFunction. To ensure you reach your goals, we begin by sitting down with you to find out as much information as possible, short and long term goals, work life balance, injuries, current and past exercise, trials and tribulations from past exercise, and so on. We also ask that you fill in a food and exercise log for the first week and may do so again during the course of your training with us.
After this initial meeting, it's down to business. Obviously you do your sessions in the studio, but we also give you homework to do. It could range from joint mobility and flexibility exercises to full training sessions at home that we have devised for you, using whatever equipment you have available. When you keep working on your fitness outside the studio, your path to success will be faster and much more rewarding.
We'd love to meet you and give you a tour of our fantastic studio! Call us today on (03) 9387 0800 to organise a no-obligation chat.
Did you know people gain an average of 4 Kilograms over the Christmas period.
Want to avoid the weight gain trap call us now on 9387 0800 for a health consultation.
Drinking at least one and a half litres of water a day is essential for weight loss and good health. The actual amount of water you should be drinking is your weight in kilos times 0.033, for example if your weight is 65kg, the amount of water you should be drinking each day is 65*0.033=2.14 litres per day. This is your ideal water intake.