Personal Training

6 Sep 2010 by Henry, No Comments »

 

 

  1. Make training fun and enjoyable
  2. Gain expert insight and advice from a seasoned ultra-marathon runner
  3. Double your chances of reaching your objectives
  4. Enable you to reach your objectives rapidly
  5. Capitalise on your full potential by working to your strengths and with your weaknesses
  6. Get you back on track when you are feeling low…
  7. … and give you the motivation you need to train to your limit
  8. Provide clear assessments on your progress toward your goals
  9. Lead you through types of training you would never tackle alone
  10. Offer a reassuring presence

 

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