Dave Hargreaves Personal Training

IIFYM, Flexible Dieting & Personal Training at Doherty's Gym, Brunswick

Dave Hargreaves Personal Training

IIFYM, Flexible Dieting & Personal Training at Doherty's Gym, Brunswick

Special offer on Personal Training for students

Special offer on Personal Training for students

Here’s a heads up for all the young people in High School or even University looking to do something about getting into shape.

Here’s the deal;

Come and train after school and bring your friend to save a ridiculous 40% each on 10 sessions of personal training. That’s only $30 dollars each per session, right? Without a doubt this is the best value in town.

This is an after school special ONLY so hit me up for sessions between 3 and 5pm Monday to Friday. You gotta do a minimum of 2 sessions a week to really ensure some great results.

Why so cheap?

A couple of reasons. For one it’s a quiet time at the gym and I want to have a full schedule! Also I know it’s tough to afford something like PT on a student’s budget, so I’m trying to help you guys and girls out a little.

More to the point though and I have talked about this a little bit already on the blog, so many of the young people I see on the fitspo & thinspo internet communities seem to have it all wrong, talking about starvation rations, over training, generally making themselves miserable and still not seeing results.

I say it over and over again in my blog and in my videos and anywhere else; it’s not about starving yourself, it is about eating the right amount. You cannot build a healthy, attractive body, function properly through out the day, retain information and do well in your studies, and most importantly FEEL GOOD AND BE HAPPY if you are not fuelling yourself adequately. That doesn’t even mean a super strict overly restrictive diet, either – you can do it with your choice (within reason) of foods.

So; high school or uni students. If you are in reasonable shape but looking to tone up some more, or if you’re unhealthy and out of shape and want to do something about it. Even if you’ve never been active in the past, never played sport and don’t think you’re cut out for it – I was the same! But it’s real simple, we lift some stuff up and down for 30 or 40 secords, chill out for a minute or two, then lift some more stuff up, and repeat.

Anyone can do that, right?

It’s actually pretty damn good fun and of course you already know all the benefits of healthy exercise; we’re talking better physical, emotional and mental health, increased energy levels, self confidence and self esteem, and just an improvement in overall quality of life.

Let’s do this now. Lock it in!

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