Nutritional Diet & Consultation
At the beginning of your online personal training journey we conduct a full scale audit of dietary habits and make positive changes that are particular to how you eat, rather than making sweeping statements that apply generally, but not necessarily to you specifically.
Advance Exercise Programs Tailored to the Individual
Our online personal training includes a full array of workout programs, from resistance training to cardio and active rest sessions, giving you a bespoke exercise schedule.
Value For Money
No more wasting time on inefficient workouts and diets that never quite click. You work 1-2-1 with your online coach to create a sustainable eating plan and an exercise regime that delivers results whilst fitting around your life.
It doesn’t matter where you live or where you train because our online training is designed specifically for you.
Our Satisfied Customers
"I’m happy with my physique right now and now want to maintain it. I’m so happy I signed up because to be honest, I was unhappy with how I looked. Now I not only feel like a different person but people are also noticing. I can’t begin to thank you guys enough for getting me here."
"My trainer made it clear to me from the beginning that I would have to work extremely hard to get contest ready, but never once suggested that I couldn’t do it."
"I have noticed a tremendous change in my body composition and strength level over the past year that I have been working out. I have tried several different trainings and nothing has come close to the intensity and dynamic nature of Plain Fitness"
Exercise can help prevent excess weight gain or help maintain weight loss. When you engage in physical activity, you burn calories. The more intense the activity, the more calories you burn.
Reduced Risk of Heart Diseases
Worried about heart disease? Hoping to prevent high blood pressure? No matter what your current weight is, being active boosts high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, the "good" cholesterol, and it decreases unhealthy triglycerides. This one-two punch keeps your blood flowing smoothly, which decreases your risk of cardiovascular diseases.
Promotes Better Sleep
Struggling to snooze? Regular physical activity can help you fall asleep faster, get better sleep and deepen your sleep. Just don't exercise too close to bedtime, or you may be too energized to go to sleep.
Improves Sexual Health
Do you feel too tired or too out of shape to enjoy physical intimacy? Regular physical activity can improve energy levels and increase your confidence about your physical appearance, which may boost your sex life.
Our Plans & Pricing
WHO WILL TRAIN YOU?
SEBASTIAN is an experienced fitness enthusiast who studies Business Information Technology and believes in a scientific approach in fitness. He values the impact of proper exercising and rich nutrition on life balance and is a fanatic of research papers on these topics. He is a fitness enthusiast that loves the grind that comes with working out and also the results, which is why he is looking for individuals who are ready for a change.
100% RISK FREE, 30 DAY
We take our coaching very seriously, which is why we offer a 30 day money-back guarantee. If you work with us for 30 days and feel like online coaching isn’t a good fit, just let us know and we’ll give you a full refund for your first month and require no additional payments.
Our entire business is built on getting results for our clients. If you invest in us, then you can be confident that we’ll invest in your success and satisfaction.
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