Fitness Assessment

In order to assess your current fitness level we first need to collect information about you.
This means we will need a few measurements from you and for you to fill out a short questionnaire about your health and medical history. Finally, we will need you to video yourself doing a quick exercise from a couple of angles. This enables us to review your posture and how your muscles are working together, helping us to identify any imbalances or weaknesses you might have so we can help to rectify them.
We also recommend you take a ‘before’ picture at this point, it really helps you see the changes in your body as you progress through your programme, not all changes are seen on the scale! (You don’t need to send us your picture).

Nutritional Assessment

To get the best results you need to fuel your body in the right way. The traditional 2000 calories per day for women and 2500 for men is very general and isn’t always right, meaning you could be over-eating or under-eating depending on your activity levels and how quickly your body uses the fuel. In order to provide you with personalised nutritional advice we ask that you complete a food diary for 1 week (diary sheet is provided), including as much detail as possible. Once we have reviewed your diary we will send you a breakdown of your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate), macronutrients recommendation and your recommended calorie intake when exercising. This will ensure that your body is fuelled correctly and you have plenty of energy to complete your workouts and can achieve your goals as quickly as possible. All nutritional advice is based on following a healthy, balanced diet.

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