John.Fit

John.Fit

John.Fit locationCaddington, Bedfordshire

(1 Review)

In order to design an effective and safe programme for you, it is vital that we both know your current strengths and weaknesses, so part of assessment is a friendly discussion of your personal goals, aspirations and expectations, as well as information regarding your current lifestyle, work and eating patterns, and physical activity likes and dislikes.

Working together, you will complete regular fitness sessions, structured in a way that safely and effectively challenge different aspects of fitness (cardiovascular fitness, muscular strength, muscular endurance, motor skills, and flexibility) to meet your needs. Regular one-to-one sessions ensure that all exercises are appropriate for your abilities and adapting, modifying and progressing exercises and activities can be performed on the spot as required.

Reviews and testing will also be planned, allowing for comparison of your performance against your previous test results to give an indication of improvement and, of course, the effectiveness of the exercise programme.

Whether your overall goal is weight loss, or weight gain, improvements in muscular strength and/or endurance, or better cardiovascular fitness, the bottom line is that you will achieve your goals more quickly with John as your personal trainer!

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John.Fit Reviews

John.Fit Reviews


Review of John.Fit by samit
5 12/01/2017

Excellent . Very informative and did a full body analysis

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John.Fit Location

2 Edgecote Cl, Caddington, Luton LU1 4HG, UK

John.Fit Q&A

John.Fit Q&A

How do you help your clients achieve their fitness goals?

As exercise is ultimately designed to improve the quality of your life, it makes sense for us to create a plan that will ensure you achieve results utilising exercises you will enjoy, and avoid those that may aggravate any current medical conditions or injuries.
Accurate measurement of physical parameters such as cardio-respiratory fitness, muscular strength, flexibility, body composition, posture and blood pressure, then gives us a realistic picture of your actual physical condition. The combination of the measurements and discussion provide us with a baseline to work from, and with which to compare progress.
The important thing to remember is that there is no such thing as a bad result – it’s an honest appraisal of where you’re at right now. And far from being a judgement, clients use this baseline as a motivational tool when repeat measurements are performed during the programme.
The process or attaining your goals really starts as soon as you take your first steps, as any change in behaviour naturally brings about an adaptation which allows you to perform to a higher level than you did previously. Regular progress reviews help us to quantify these improvements so that, in addition to ‘feeling better’ about exercise, you will be able to see exactly where the improvements are occurring.
Realistically this review process occurs informally during every personal training session, rather than every 4 to 6 weeks (or longer) as would happen within a normal gym environment. Therefore your programme can be updated and progressed more regularly, with continuous feedback on technique ensuring exercises are performed correctly with positive results.

What’s the secret to getting the body of your dreams?

To be able to implement an effective exercise and nutrition plan for weight management, it is essential that we engage in a detailed consultation prior to training taking place. This allows us to identify your current lifestyle patterns, determine your ultimate goals, and recognise any anxieties you may have regarding physical activity.
Our consultation will enable us to agree on specific, measurable, achievable, realistic and time-related goals that are appropriate to your needs and expectations, and will include:
Specific short (4-12 weeks), medium (8-24 weeks) and long term (13-52 weeks) goals
Physical activity goals
Lifestyle goals
Action goals – agreement on our respective roles and responsibilities towards the exercise programme
Even though the goals of an exercise programme are generally similar for the majority of people (lose weight, be healthier, fitter etc.), the ways in which lifestyle habits and behaviour patterns are formed are extremely varied.
This initial discussion helps us both to understand “where you are coming from”, and how we can work together to alter those patterns. Once any small change in the routine has been established, it becomes easier to form a structured exercise plan, and then you will start to achieve visible results in a much shorter time span.
We will schedule regular meetings to discuss and review progress, and alter the programme as required, to ensure we stay on track for the targeted goals.

What do you love most about your job?

As a personal trainer, I am dedicated to helping people across a broad spectrum of health and fitness levels, through carefully planned exercise programmes, to greatly improve their physical condition, and benefit from the many positive health and social consequences that often result.
Whether it's in a 1-to-1 training session with a client I've known for ages, or teaching Core Stability to a class of 40 people I've never met before, knowing that I can give those people something that will improve their lives gives me a big lift!

What inspired you to start your own business?

I have always been a participant in recreational sport, and a naturally scientific and inquisitive mind (although my brother is the really clever one) led me to earning my degree in Sport Science. Through chance meetings and some hard graft, I have since found myself teaching scuba on The Great Barrier Reef, and running various companies for other people, amongst many other things.
Repeated knee injuries finally put an end to a 30-year stint as a decidedly average rugby player in 2014, and resulted in surgery in June 2015. By this time I had built up a good level of cardiovascular fitness and, with a great (but very simple) nutrition plan, managed to lose over 15kg (almost 2½ stone) in 12 months!
At the same time I was re-evaluating what I wanted to do with my future, and decided it was time to combine all that management experience with my background in sport and exercise to help make a difference, and support and empower people like you reach your health and fitness goals.

Why should our clients choose you?

Far more effective than regular gym attendance, your programmes will be completely individual and specific for you, and are designed to get you the results you want in a realistic time frame.
AND
John.Fit is unique in the world of personal training in that 5% of your training fee is paid to charity.
PLUS
A percentage of all company profits at the end of the year are added to the charity fund too.

Services provided by John.Fit

John.Fit Services

Gym Training

Available in Luton only Gym Membership NOT Required Choose from 1, 3, 5, or 10 Personal Training Session Packs, and add on Body Analysis, Nutrition Analysis, and Fitness Testing

Outdoor Training

Available in various locations in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and London Choose from 1, 3, 5, or 10 Personal Training Session Packs, and add on Body Analysis, Nutrition Analysis, and Fitness Testing

Home training

Available in various locations in Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and London Choose from 1, 3, 5, or 10 Personal Training Session Packs, and add on Body Analysis, Nutrition Analysis, and Fitness Testing

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