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What's new at Graham Fit and how many sessions do you need per week?

As York's professional mobile personal trainer with over twenty five years experience in fitness, I know exactly what it takes to get your fitness aim reached! Graham Fit Personal Training has been consistently hired, even throughout the 'covid' pandemic.


Training was completely adapted. So, what is new at Graham Fit? I now train couples, which is actually a great way to maintain your motivation between your sessions with me.


Working out with a partner, when you both have that fitness aim is a powerful motivation tool if one of you loses sight of your target..... you can motivate each other.....


I've introduced partner exercises which enables you to exercise together in a very effective way.


You get the same high standard of instruction and there is one theme, that runs through EVERY personal training session whether individual or couples.....


Padwork! I haven't met anyone yet who didn't enjoy padwork (boxing training), and it works very well training as a couple. Many of my clients ask for it specifically due to my pad skills becoming more and more in demand. When I suggest pad training to clients who haven't done it before they really want to try it, and want more of it.....


It is fun, addictive, good for stress, focuses the mind, losing weight and toning up. It is also one hundred percent safe, and non contact in the context of personal training. As a trainer of high level professionals I have to get your fitness aim reached. There is no room for failure.


So do you want to workout with your partner? Simply get in touch to see how I can help you get fitter, lighter and more toned! Rest assured your session is full on action.....


So how many sessions do you need per week? That largely depends on your fitness aims. There are no hard and fast rules. Generally speaking, just one hour a week is enough to 'feel' fitter.


Long term clients tend to be lesser hours per week..... whilst shorter term clients tend to have a definitive and very specific goal and train more hours per week, usually over a period of three to four months.


How many hours you train is largely your decision, but to see an improvement in your fitness levels and make progress you are looking at a minimum of one hour per week.


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Graham Kavanagh of Graham Fit Personal Training
Professional personal training





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