SPONSORED: Getting personal means getting truly fit at 360 Fitness Training
WHAT’S the difference between going to the gym and using the services of a personal trainer?
The clue is in the name. A good personal trainer is invested in the targets and personal progress of the client.
And since there are none better than the team at Kilkenny’s 360 Fitness Training, you can be sure that everything they do is guided by the personal touch.
“We pride ourselves that our clients are not just members,” says Ciarán Clear, founder and guiding force behind 360 Fitness Training. “They are valued people in our positive community.”
360 Fitness Training offers a variety of programmes involving Personal Training and Semi-Personal Training. The individual touch is common to them all.
“All our programmes are tailored to the individual,” says Ciarán. “Our aim is to give all our clients the best opportunity to get the results they desire, and we believe we can offer this with our hands-on approach.”
Getting the best from a personal trainer means a whole array of lifestyle changes, all of which need a mix of support, encouragement – and sometimes a little bit of nagging.
But, although they will nag when it’s needed, 360 Fitness Training believes getting truly fit should be fun.
“Achieving fitness goals is not just about the quality of instructions given, but also how much you enjoy following them,” says Ciarán. “We have a culture that promotes a positive atmosphere at all times. You can be sure of training in an environment that encourages you always.”
A good personal trainer thinks about the client for more than the time they are together in the gym. It’s a lifestyle choice that brings lifestyle change and at 360 Fitness Training there is total commitment from the coaches.
“We are different from other fitness facilities in that we focus on body and mind,” says Ciaran.
360 Fitness Training aims to empower you to achieve your fitness goals. It will do this through:
*Personalised nutritional advice;
*Providing continuous support
It operates to a number of core beliefs upon which it was founded:
*That everybody, regardless of age or ability, can improve their fitness;
*That physical health and fitness should never come at the expense of psychological and emotional well-being;
*That exercise should be enjoyable, effective and an efficient use of time;
*That dietary advice should be about creating sustainable habits, tailored for you.
For people who do not want the individual intensity of personal training, semi-personal training has become popular. It gives superior results to attending a commercial gym or large exercise class because, at 360 Fitness Training, it involves sessions designed and run by an experienced coach.
These coaches understand the client as a person and know when to push and when to hold back.
With semi-personal training, you still get your own programme but you reach your goals in the company of others.
Some people relish this social aspect and find that when training with others they help to motivate each other.
360 Fitness Training offers timetabled semi-personal training sessions and can also organise bespoke sessions for groups of similar-minded people with similar goals, such as sports teams, work colleagues or wedding parties.
The choice is yours. And the best way to start is with a free consultation.
360 Fitness Training is in St James Park, off the Freshford Road. You can find them online at www.360fitness.ie. You can email Ciaran at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or you can call them directly on 087 062 0176.