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Tell us where, how and why you’d like to exercise. Whether you’ve set yourself a physical challenge, need to get fitter for health reasons or you’re looking to go down a dress size, Bark can put you in touch with the right personal trainer.

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Once we know more about you, your fitness goals and location preferences, we’ll collate quotes for you to review. Every quote will be from Nottingham-based personal trainers who meet your requirements. Receive quotes via push notifications or review them in your own time.

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Find the best personal trainer in Nottingham

With a selection of quotes, it’s time to find out more about each personal trainer. View their professional profiles, check out customer reviews and liaise with the trainers directly. We provide everything you need to choose the most suitable fitness trainer.

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Your fitness regime

With a personal trainer, sessions are tailored entirely to you. You can choose which areas of fitness you want to focus on, where you train, for how long and whether you train individually or in a small group. Hiring a personal trainer brings benefits in terms of quality of sessions, as well as practical convenience. Professional trainers create bespoke training plans to fit your level of fitness and your end goals. As well as this, professional PTs are adaptable. They can amend your training plan and targets according to your progress and any injuries that crop up along the way. They also provide unbiased, professional and supportive feedback, helping you to identify your strengths and weaknesses and any areas you can improve on. Your brain might tell you to keep going for longer than is safe or stop before you’ve got the most out of your session. A professional fitness coach knows how far to push you.

A muscle never forgets

When it comes to achieving your full fitness potential, it’s important that you don’t get stuck in a rutf. Reaching your peak fitness is all about balancing a respect of your limits with hard work and pushing boundaries. New exercises enable you to engage muscles you may have neglected in the past. Switching things up in the gym also provides significant psychological benefits.

Stuck on the treadmill

A personal trainer can show you new exercises, pieces of equipment, and how you can use these to achieve your targets more quickly. This makes training sessions more interesting and enjoyable. Varied exercises and choice of equipment available helps with motivation. So you can avoid muscle strain and injury through overuse, enabling you to overcome ‘muscle memory’.
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Taylor Pierce Fitness

Taylor has been a qualified personal trainer for over five years, and prides himself on his tailored approach to every client. He works hard to ensure that every client reaches their fitness goals, whether it’s a bit of weight loss or training for an Iron Man.

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Do you enjoy your job?

I feel very lucky to genuinely love my job. Being a personal trainer combines my enthusiasm for health, fitness and nutrition in a role which allows me to help people. I’ve always been an active person, so the fact it involves minimal office time and paperwork is another serious perk for me personally. My job also allows me to get out and about. I live in Ruddington but have a van to transport me and my equipment to and from clients. So I can get to pretty much anywhere in Nottingham.

What qualifications have you achieved?

To qualify as a personal trainer, I took my Level 3 Personal Trainer Course here in Nottingham. Before that I got my certificates to instruct cycling, body pump classes, and pilates while I was at university in Leeds. I’ve registered for RSPH’s Advanced diploma in nutrition and weight management which I’m starting this summer. I’m a member of The Register of Exercise Professionals (REPs), and the National Register of Personal Trainers (NRPT).

Do you specialise in any sports?

I don’t specialise in any sports, but a number of my clients come to me for strength and conditioning. I also advise on injury prevention for sports such as rugby, football and netball. When I’m not training or with clients, I compete at Kickboxing events. So I have a lot of personal interest and experience in this type of fitness training. I’ve also run four marathons and have a lot of experience training clients for these.

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It depends on your end goal. If you’re training for a marathon, you might work out nearly every day of the week. If you’re a low-level beginner, a minimum of three times a week is enough to make a noticeable impact. No matter what you’re working out for, everyone needs rest and recovery days. Without them, your muscles won’t be able to recuperate and grow strong, so remember to factor in some down-time, too!

Pretty much anywhere! The great thing about personal training is that it’s flexible - as long as you have the necessary equipment, you and your instructor can decide to have your sessions from the gym, your home, the park, or even your office if you want to!

Yes! First of all, they will chat with you about your goals, and discuss the best way to achieve them. They should also ask you to fill in a consent form to check that you don’t have any pre-existing health conditions that could impact your exercise. They’ll also carry out a health assessment to get a better idea of your current fitness level, tailoring your workout plan around that.

It's tricky to say, as personal training sessions vary significantly depending on what you want to achieve and the type of workout. Generally, one personal training session tends to last forty-five minutes to one hour. It will start with a gentle warm-up, followed by the nitty-gritty of the actual workout, with stretches to end the session. Remember, warming up and stretching is essential for injury prevention - it’s just as important as the main part of the workout!

A personal trainer needs to be clued up on all aspects of fitness, from the most effective exercise techniques to nutrition and human anatomy- that’s a lot of responsibility! You need to make sure your professional is suitably qualified for the job. After all, you shouldn’t cut corners when it comes to investing in your health. Make sure your trainer has the minimum qualifications required to practice. In the UK, this is the Level 3 Personal Trainer qualification.

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Reviews

4.98/5.00

based on 339 reviews

The average rating for Bark Personal Trainers in Nottingham is 4.98, based on 339 reviews.

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