Workout at home are one of the leading providers of mobile personal training services in your area. Our male and female personal trainers bring all the necessary equipment to the home, so let the gym come to you! Here we will be providing general information on health and fitness and other news related to Workout at home
Workout at Home Let the gym come to you!
Posted on: Wednesday, October 23rd, 2013
The www.workoutathome.co.uk brand now has in excess of 400 of the highest quality male and female personal trainers located across the length and breadth of the UK to ensure that wherever you live there is a qualified and friendly workout at home professional, ready and waiting to help you start your journey to fitness.
Recognising that not everyone feels comfortable in a gym setting we started our innovative role in home fitness in 2006 and now www.workoutathome.co.uk is proud of our incredible success rate with clients who come to us with a variety of current fitness levels and who now attain the fitness, weight and shape they feel comfortable with.
Feel great in your own skin with a www.workoutathome tailor made fitness programme
Our home fitness gurus are well represented across the whole of the country from Skegness to Salford and from Glasgow to Glastonbury so wherever you are located you are never far away from your own personal trainer.
The role of your workout at home professional is to design a fitness programme especially for you, taking into consideration your current health and fitness. Unlike gym settings, where one can feel compelled to keep up with the class, your personal programme is just that – personal. Your personal trainer will regularly update your routine as your fitness increases so you can be sure that every single workout session really counts towards that fitter, healthier you.
Call our friendly team now on 07920 705 058 and let our workout at home fitness professionals help you to a happier and healthier future.
Posted on: Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013
When our clients choose the www.workoutathome.co.uk home fitness brand to help them achieve and maintain their optimum level of fitness they know they are supported not only be their personal trainer but also by the number one fitness brand in the UK.
This means there are a variety of online tools available 24/7 to help motivate, sustain and help you to get the most from your fitness programme. Unlike public gyms, choosing a bespoke fitness package means you and your home trainer can work together on the areas of fitness which are important to you.
Whether your goal is to lose weight, tone your body, improve health or for general wellbeing, www.workoutathome.co.uk with our 100% customer satisfaction rate, are confident that our fitness providers can guide and support you on your personal fitness journey.
From Aberdeen to Exeter www.workoutathome.co.uk has it covered
We are proud to offer all our clients the best male and female personal trainers in professional home fitness so you know that wherever you are in the UK you too can take advantage of a one-to-one personal fitness programme created especially for you.
Fitness training at home has so many great advantages including doable workout schedules built around your daily routine, training in the comfort of your own home, no traveling, privacy and of course confidentiality.
To take advantage of this innovative route to personal and sustainable fitness at home give us a call on 07920 705 058 and start building your personal fitness today.
Posted on: Thursday, October 17th, 2013
It is undeniably true that at least 50% of
people who join a gym find themselves still forking out hefty monthly fees long
after they have stopped working out; deciding perhaps that they have no time to
fit the classes in around families, busy working lives, too far to travel and
other commitments. However if we ask the right questions we will oftentimes
discover that it is not actually the exercise per se which is the problem but the
group setting (a giant turn-off for many people).
So what’s the answer?
Assuming that stagnating in the armchair is not a desirable option, you could perhaps consider developing a bespoke exercise routine along with your own specialist training provider.
Now if you are thinking this is outside the realms of both fantasy and your pocket consider the UK’s number one home fitness brand and what their specially selected personal trainers can offer you and all at affordable costs.
All areas of Scotland, England, Wales and have personal trainers waiting for you
London, Manchester, Birmingham, Cardiff, Glasgow – all areas are well represented so our clients can have their
own male or female personal fitness trainer right on tap.
Further information can be found on our website at www.workoutathome.co.uk or why not give us a call on 07920 705058 and let the UK’s premier home fitness brand help you forwards sustainable fitness and the healthy new lifestyle you have always wanted.
Posted on: Wednesday, October 16th, 2013
When you join the www.workoutathome.co.uk programme you get
much more than a personalised programme with achievable goals and one-to-one
tuition. You also gain access to a complete Client Support System which has
been created to make it easy for you to reach your desired level of fitness.
helps you to make your own food and
exercise journal which you can add to daily, weekly or whenever you like. Our
innovative system helps you to set achievable goals as well as offering advice
on health, nutrition and diets. You can view your health assessment at any time
and also download new training programmes when you feel you are ready.
The Client Support System helps you stay
connected to your fitness programme, especially helpful on days when you do not
see your personal trainer or when motivation is low.
The Client Support System – always working for you
This innovative tool is available to all our www.workoutathome.co.uk clients to help
you gain maximum benefit from your tailor-made programme. Your personal training
provider will also be happy to advise and guide in all aspects of physical
fitness and wellbeing. Whether you want to lose weight, improve general
all-round health or just want to feel better your personal trainer will create
your own personal programme which can be modified and adapted over time as your
fitness level improves.
We have clients in cities and towns across
the UK so from Newcastle or Norfolk we have a personal trainer ready and
waiting to help you take that first step towards a lifetime of fitness and
Call 07920 705058 or visit our website for more details on how to join
this exciting programme today.
Posted on: Tuesday, October 15th, 2013
It’s official! People like working out! That is if it is a workable and achievable programme which has been adapted to suit individual needs taking current health situation into account as well as level of fitness. This is also official! A large percentage of people who could easily attain and maintain a good level of fitness do not do so simply because they do not feel comfortable in a busy gym setting. If you feel this is you then you need compromise your health, fitness and wellbeing no longer. You can get fit and enjoy the personal attention of a fully qualified fitness professional who will take time out to guide and encourage you to your fitness optimum. Everyone is different and individual needs cannot be recognised in a gym class environment so whatever your current level of fitness may be you can improve and enhance your life with a steady and achievable workout routine designed especially for you. Wherever you live in Bath or Bradford, Cumbernauld or Cumbria we can have a workout at home trainer at your door ready to help you on your personal road to fitness. GP’s agree With emphasis looking set to stay on getting and keeping fit no matter our age, UK GP’s have given testimonials to the effectiveness and long-term health benefits of a home-built fitness regime. For further information on how you can start your home fitness programme please check out our website at www.workoutathome.co.uk or call our friendly group of advisors on 07920 705058 right now.
Posted on: Monday, October 7th, 2013
If you want to work out but hate the idea of a public arena then why not think about having your own male or female personal trainer? One-to-one personal training is becoming more and more popular across the country and it’s affordable too. Every major city and town in the UK is represented so whether you live in Nottingham, York, Brighton or Skegness you can be sure there are a team of specially trained personal trainers in your area. Personal training is designed to assess, motivate and encourage fitness at all levels so no matter what your current level of fitness may be, you can start from where you are right now and co-create a personal fitness workout which fits in with your lifestyle. Workout at Home offers mobile male and female personal trainers in every corner of the UK. When you choose the UK’s number one workout at home brand you know you are receiving specialist and quality care and attention to help you get fit and stay fit. www.workoutathome.co.uk has 100% customer satisfaction which is a massive incentive to new users as well as clients who have been with us a long time. In addition to great consumer feedback in terms of raised fitness, health improvement, weight loss and increased confidence, Workout at Home is also proud to be recognised by UK GP’s as a brand of fitness which really does work. More information can be obtained by calling 07920 705058. Don’t delay, get fit today.
Posted on: Friday, October 4th, 2013
It’s no secret that joining a gym takes not only same-day same-time commitment but also a sizeable bank balance, and many people have discovered after paying a hefty gym membership fee they are simply unable to find the time to attend classes on a regular basis.
Whilst there is no denying that effective exercise does require time and commitment it does not have to be as rigorously managed as a gym time. For example did you know you can have your very own one-on-one professional trainer who will come to your home to assist and motivate you through your specially prepared programme? You can select either a male or female trainer as you prefer.
At www.workoutathome.co.uk we have specially selected personal trainers who are ready and waiting to help you manage your own fitness, your own way and in your own home.
Every base is covered
Workout at Home has fitness trainers in every major city across the UK so whether you live in Glasgow, Aberdeen, London or Swansea you can have your own personal trainer right on your doorstep.
Whether you have tried training regimes before or if this is your first time; no matter your age or present level of fitness the personal trainers at www.workoutathome.co.uk specialise in providing the highest standard of service and professionalism to bring you the results you want.
Call 07920 705058 and speak to one of our friendly team. Do it now – you have nothing to lose and fitness to gain.
Posted on: Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
Your body dramatically changes while you’re pregnant, and many women find that their bodies don’t bounce back to exactly how it was. This can really affect your confidence, but some healthy eating and simple exercise can help get you back into shape, and closer to the body you once had.
Some signs of your pregnancy may be harder to get rid of than others, for example those stretch marks (which will fade!) and that baby glued to your hip, but that belly can be tightened and toned and any weight gained will fall off, if you eat right and exercise regularly.
Not all of us can be Kate Middleton and still look ravishing walking out of the hospital door… but then, not all of us have Britain’s finest make up artists, hairdressers and fashion designers at our fingertips. But with some hard work you can start feeling and looking sexy again!
Well don’t forget to start with your postnatal check up with your GP around 6 weeks after birth. This will be when you can deal with any not-sexy affects from your pregnancy, such as piles or incontinence.
After that essential step, you can take precautions to help you feel healthy, yoga is great for any back pain you may experience and it will also help to calm yourself if you start to feel a little overwhelmed (don’t worry, we’ve all been there!)
To keep the more private regions of your body in working order, and with the bonus of improving sex, you should do pelvic exercises. To do this, squeeze and tighten your back passage, pulling your front upwards, do this a few times very quickly, and then repeat holding for longer.
To tone up that stomach, you need to do abdominal exercises. Don’t start with the obvious stomach crunches, because that can actually damage muscles, which were over stretched and weakened during pregnancy. A good way to get a range of abdominal exercises is to join a Pilates class or hire a personal trainer who can make an exercise programme designed specifically for you.
But, for now here is a simple exercise for you to try at home: lay on the floor on your back, arch your back imagining you are pulling your bum towards your spine, with your arms palm down by your side, lift your right leg up towards the ceiling with your toes pointed, and slightly turned outwards. Circle your extended leg, keeping your hips still against the floor. Do 15 times clockwise, and then counter-clockwise, and then repeat with the left leg.
Swimming with your baby is not only going to improve your figure, but it will also have many benefits for your baby such as; bonding, social skills, physical independence and improved sleeping.
BAN junk food in the house! If you wouldn’t feed it to your child, then don’t feed it to yourself. Even though you’re tired don’t opt for the takeaway down the road, just make some pasta it only takes 3-4 minutes and you’ll feel better for it afterwards. When cooking a meal (such as chilli con carne) make extra and freeze it for you to reheat on a day you’re struggling to find time or energy to cook again.
Combine these ideas to the exercise you will already be doing: lifting the baby, stretching for the top cupboard, pushing the pram… it all adds up!
If these idea’s aren’t enough, consider joining your local gym, participating in exercise classes or hiring a personal trainer who can work from home so you don’t need to leave your baby, they can design exercise programmes targeting areas you want to improve and they can give you nutritional advice on what you should be eating.
Posted on: Wednesday, December 19th, 2012
So, this is Christmas with festive treats tempting us at every turn. Office Christmas parties, family get-togethers and those ‘drop in for a Christmas drink’ invites provide ample opportunities for overindulging when it comes to food and drink.
Bit by bit and morsel by morsel, the weight can creep up over this festive period, but it doesn’t have to be that way. A little care can mean you don’t have to pile on the pounds over Christmas, but you don’t have to totally deprive yourself of delicious goodies either.
Given that there are more temptations over Christmas, dieting might not be as easy as at other times of the year, so don’t be too hard on yourself, but at the same time you don’t actually have to eat everything on the buffet table. When you are at a Christmas event, simple strategies will help you stay on a healthy eating track. Make sure you are not too hungry before the meal, so that you are less likely to overeat. Don’t graze along the buffet table. Put a moderate amount of food on your plate and move away from the table, so you don’t constantly pick. When choosing what food to eat perhaps you could forego some of the high calorie options or at least limit portion size and don’t have second helpings. Recognising when you are full and knowing that that is when you should stop eating is a key factor in preventing weight gain.
It is hard to resist all those treats and a great way of balancing overindulgence is exercise. If you already exercise regularly, don’t stop just because it’s the festive season. You may not actually want to do a full body work out on Christmas Day itself, but do stick to your regular exercise regime to maximise your feelings of well-being over the festive holiday. Human beings have evolved to move, not to sit in front of the telly after gorging on a turkey lunch, Christmas pudding and those adorable soft centred chocolates! Of course, occasionally it can be great to have a few high calorie treats and there is much pressure at Christmas to do so, but a way of limiting the negative effects of overeating can be achieved through exercise.
Christmas is normally a busy time for people, so it can be difficult to find opportunities to exercise. Your Personal Trainer will be able to create a routine that you can squeeze into your busy Christmas schedule and you can grab unexpected chances to be physically active when you can. Dance your festive socks off at the Christmas party. It’s a fantastic way of having a workout whilst enjoying the seasonal fun. If you are Christmas shopping, use the stairs instead of an escalator or lift. Park the car further away than you would normally to give your-self a chance to walk. In fact, walk as often as you can. Follow meals with a brisk walk and ask your relatives or friends to join you this Christmas. Exercise is a wonderful way of reducing stress and it can be an activity that loved ones can enjoy with you. Stroll through suburbs with family and friends to see Christmas lights and decorations.
Many Christmas activities are designed around children and you can share the fun with them by joining in with games. Musical bumps, hide and seek and ball games all require physical activity and both you and the kids will hardly notice you are actually working out. Whatever you do this Christmas, enjoy it!
Posted on: Saturday, September 22nd, 2012
Your genetic makeup could mean that you are more likely to be obese according to a new study published in Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.
Data was collected on over 1000 people born in the early 1970s in Dunedin, New Zealand and followed the subjects for nearly 40 years. During this time, researchers investigated how 32 genetic markers for obesity effected growth. Interestingly, these genetic markers are mutations that occurred around 100 years ago before obesity was widespread. The results of this study showed that children exhibiting this genetic risk were between 1.6 to 2.4 times more prone to become obese during adulthood than those without this high genetic risk. Furthermore, those people thought to have had an especially high risk of being obese adults were children who grew rapidly whereas children who grew more slowly had a lower tendency to become obese. However, it didn’t follow that this propensity for weight couldn’t be overturned.
Daniel Belsky, a Research Associate in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University has emphasised that the genetic background of a person doesn’t mean their destiny is determined. Many children in this high risk genetic group did not become obese which highlights the fact that healthy lifestyle habits have a massive positive impact on levels of obesity.
The Associate Professor of Nutrition at the University of Alabama at Birmingham has stressed the complexity of obesity. In an editorial in the same journal he stated that the genes assessed in the research accounted for less than 2% of the disparity in body mass index (BMI), so genetic risks are only a very small part of the picture. The good news is there is scope for intervention. Genes influence the development of individuals, but they are expressed in an environmental context. Presently, the modern world has created an environment that encourages obesity and it is possible to address this no matter how strong the genetic risk is.
The investigation in New Zealand pinpointed factors that reduce the negative effects of the genetic risk. A healthy diet coupled with exercise lowers the chances of a child becoming obese during their whole lifespan, so inheriting a risk doesn’t mean that the future of an individual is written in stone. Moreover, it is never too late to start adopting healthier habits. Many studies into the effects of exercise on older populations have shown that increased activity at any stage in life yields encouraging results when it comes to health. Positive effects range from an improvement in physical health such as increased cardiovascular fitness, to better cognitive functioning. Indeed, increased levels of activity in children are associated with higher IQs as well as improved strength and fitness.
As a result of the Obesity Epidemic across the UK personal trainers are flourishing. Many personal trainers have specialist qualifications, for example ‘Kids Fitness’ or ‘Fitness for Older Adults’ and it is therefore possible to have one trainer work with a whole family while addressing the individual needs within it.