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: Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013
People choose to get fit for many reasons, the big top 5 are:
- To lose weight.
- To improve health in general.
- To improve a specific health issue.
- To look and feel better.
- To gain confidence.
Whatever the reason is, it is vitally important to that individual and www.workoutathome.co.uk ‘s personal training providers understand and take seriously the vision of the individual client and, with the aid of tailor-made fitness programmes, advice and diet management, will guide you to your optimum level of fitness.
All areas of the UK are represented from Cardiff to the Cotswolds so no matter where you are located you can have access to your own personal fitness professional.
Exercise is fun
If you hate sweating it out in a busy gym class and pounding it out on the treadmill doesn’t do it for you then personal training could be the way forward to a sustainable – and enjoyable – journey to fitness and wellbeing.
Your one-to-one trainer (male or female) will undertake an initial assessment with you so that they can understand two things:
- Your current level of fitness.
- Your fitness goal.
No matter what your current level of fitness is, you can be sure that your fitness provider will be empathetic and pro-active in designing a fitness solution which is just right for you.
Please call 07920 705 058 for more information.
Posted on: Monday, December 2nd, 2013
You can lose weight, gain strength and get healthier and fitter in the comfort of your own home. Sound too good to be true? Not if you choose to use a home fitness trainer from the www.workoutathome.co.uk brand.
Fitness professionals in the www.workoutathome.co.uk stable are fully qualified, with energy, verve and a genuine desire to help you succeed. So if gyms and diets have failed you – don’t despair. Everyone can improve their current level of fitness and what better way to do so than in the privacy of your own home and at time to suit your lifestyle.
Your journey to fitness and health start here
Wherever you live, www.workoutathome.co.uk can provide you with a male or female personal trainer who has your success at heart. Every UK city and town is represented so even if you don’t live near a gym you most likely do live near a personal fitness provider so that from Caithness to Coventry clients can enjoy an enhanced level of fitness and wellbeing.
For further information don’t delay, call our friendly team today on 07920 705 058 and take that first important step on the road to long-term fitness and looking great.
Posted on: Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
If you want to lose weight and keep the weight off forget the fad diets and start your own personal fitness programme in the safety and comfort of your own home with your very own home fitness trainer to help motivate, guide and inspire you towards rest-of-your-life fitness.
The successful home fitness brand www.workoutathome.co.uk has many years of experience in personalised fitness delivered safely and effectively by over 400 licensed personal training providers, male and female.
All Workout at Home fitness specialists are fully qualified in a range of home fitness disciplines and are ready and waiting to work with you now
All major UK cities and towns are well supported and we can offer fitness professionals across the UK from London to Leith so that wherever you live you can enjoy one-to-one bespoke training that only a professional home fitness trainer can provide.
Your path to fitness begins with a health and fitness assessment which will be carried out in your own home by your personal trainer. From there a specific and targeted programme will be created so that you can enjoy regular workouts with your trainer on hand to guide and inspire you to achieve your optimum health and fitness.
To look good and feel even better call us now on 07920 705 058 today.
Posted on: Thursday, October 31st, 2013
Getting fit and staying fit is vital to health and wellbeing and although this is widely known, not everyone feels able to step out into a gym’s public arena. In fact a large percentage of people avoid a fitness programme for that very reason so if you would like a specially designed exercise routine which you can work on in your own home with a specially trained personal fitness instructor would you then look at exercise in a different way?
After an initial meeting with your fitness trainer (either male or female) when you will explain your current level of fitness and health and what you would like to achieve an exercise routine will be created for you – one which is doable from the outset so don’t worry if your current level of fitness is not high; as it improves the routine will be amended so that it is always challenging.
Wherever you are
Don’t worry if you don’t live in a major town or city. www.workoutathome.co.uk has a team of excellent personal trainers in all corners of the UK ready and waiting to help you get fit.
Further information and how to join this exciting home fitness lifestyle please 07920 705058 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: Wednesday, October 9th, 2013
If you are considering a one-to-one fitness trainer you may be interested to know that the specialist bespoke training providers, Work Out At Home, offer not only a tailor-made and professionally delivered fitness programme in your own home but also an online support service to ensure clients are always receiving the right kind of fitness advice and support whenever they need it.
All male and female personal trainers with us are fully qualified and will design a fitness programme centred around specific client requirements. As fitness levels increase over the coming weeks and months this programme will naturally evolve alongside the client’s increased ability so that they will always feel a little challenged.
We have been developing our unique slant on home-based fitness programmes since 2009 and are now proud to state that our personal trainers are located across the length and breadth of the UK. Scotland, England, Wales and N. Ireland are all covered so that no matter where our clients live, we can get a personal trainer to their doorstep.
Now in 2013 we are recognised as the premier brand in home fitness workouts and offer with confidence our customer satisfaction guarantee to every client. The www.workoutathome.co.uk system of home workouts has benefitted from testimonials from a large percentage of GPs who recognise the health benefits of working out at home.
Start your tailored fitness programme today
Call now on 07920 705 058 and let us help get you fit for the rest of your life.
Posted on: Tuesday, October 8th, 2013
Whilst gyms are undeniably the first thing one thinks of discussing getting fit, pops up on the agenda, it is not the only option nor is it always the best idea. Apart from the contracts, high fees and group settings (not appealing to everyone) gym classes, by their very nature, must treat the collective as one entity. If your current health situation dictates a personalised training programme then it is unlikely that you will find due attention in a public gym – so what’s the answer? You can struggle on with a solitary fitness regime which a high percentage of people won’t stick to or you can try a one-on-one fitness programme specially created by your own personal trainer with you in mind. www.workoutathome.co.uk is all about helping our clients to fitness and keeping them there. Our encouraging team of fitness professionals, male and female, are on hand to work with you to bring you to the level of fitness you need to improve your health, to lose weight or to help with medical conditions. Work Out At Home has it covered No matter where you live the UK’s number one personal fitness brand has a team of fully qualified fitness specialists ready to work with you. Edinburgh, Carlisle, Cardiff, Manchester – every UK area is well represented logistically so you know that wherever you are based; there is a fitness professional on hand. Visit our website at www.workoutathome.co.uk or give us a call on 07920 705058 and start your personalised fitness programme today.
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: Monday, November 12th, 2012
Good news for those of you who are physically active! If you exercise on a regular basis you are more likely to live longer than people who are physically inactive. This remains true even if you are overweight as shown by research published in PLoS Medicine this week by the Public Library of Science.
The research team in Sweden and the USA led by Steven Moore from the National Cancer Institute in Maryland pooled the results of 6 studies regarding exercise and Body Mass Index (BMI) which is a ratio of weight to height. Most of the 654,827 subjects were white, over the age of 40 and the median time that they were monitored for was 10 years.
The results were extremely encouraging. Simply walking for just 75 minutes per week was correlated with increased longevity of 1.8 years compared with people who didn’t exercise. This is the equivalent of exercising for just over 10 minutes a day and that is all. Of course the more you do the longer you’ll live and the study showed that this life expectancy increased to up to 4.5 years if people did 150 minutes of brisk walking or more a week. It is worth noting that this is the minimum amount of leisure-time physical activity that is recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Exercising above the recommended levels seems to be linked with an even higher life expectancy though longevity plateaus at about 300 minutes per week of brisk walking.
The positive association between increased physical activity and a higher life expectancy held irrespective of gender, race and the educational level of the subjects whatever their BMI. However, it is best to maintain a healthy weight as well as to exercise regularly. Those subjects who were active with a normal BMI lived 7.2 years longer on average that those who were inactive and obese (i.e. a BMI of 35 or above). Even though the researchers found that obesity did contribute to a lowering of life expectancy, the amazing results showed that the obese people who were physically active still lived 3.1 years longer on average than people with a normal BMI who did not exercise.
Consequently, we can deduce that maintaining a healthy weight is best for general well-being, but exercise is still enormously beneficial even for people whose BMI is too high.
The researchers concluded that overall the less exercise a person has the shorter their life will be. This is true for a range of physical activity levels and irrespective of weight. Furthermore, even low level exercise seems to contribute to a longer and healthier life. Hopefully this will convince people that exercising is beneficial in its own right and not just to lose weight or for people who already have a BMI within the normal range. Exercising is always worth it and anyone of any age or weight can benefit.
The challenge is not simply to convince people that physical activity is an in important factor influencing life expectancy, but to help them with motivation to exercise. Look no further than your personal trainer! By spending a fraction of your leisure time in personal training rather than in front of your TV or computer you are making a huge investment in your health as well as increasing your lifespan. It has to be worth it.