Brighton Based Personal Training and Group Fitness for Women
So it’s Valentine’s day, but the love I’m talking about today isn’t for your other half. It’s the love (or love/hate) relationship with fitness and working out. I’m often asked where I find my motivation from to keep working out as often as I do. And the honest answer is that sometimes it’s hard. I mean really hard. On those days where I’ve already been in the park for 5 hours in the cold, I’ve had a less than ideal interaction with a hormonal teenager at home, I’ve got another client in 90 minutes from now and I’d much rather just go home and eat warm soup, I have to not overthink how much I’d rather not workout.
After a few new clients have recently joined Jo’s Thing and immediately drop their knees to the mat when we do pressups, I thought I’d debunk a few myths and share my personal thoughts on pressups. Let’s start with a few facts: 1. Pressups are hard. There’s no getting away from it; like running/rowing/boxing/KB swings […]
Ok, I have to admit that I’m feeling somewhat sleep deprived. Whilst the Olympic gymnastics has been on at a sensible time for us, the swimming, cycling, athletics and tennis has not. And whilst I’ve tended to take myself up to bed around midnight, I have broken our ‘no screens in the bedroom’ rule multiple […]
45 minutes of 1:1 Personal Training developed around your goals.
Booked in 4 week blocks.
Lighter training for our more mature ladies, or those worried that the 9.15 will be too strenuous. Fridays at 10.15am.
Whether it’s 10k in Cyprus or a World Record attempt on the indoor rower, entering an event as a team is the BEST way of training!
Payments are due before your session and can be made by cash, bank transfer, paypal, PingIt or PayM.
On 19th December 2015, the Jo’s Thing rowing team set an incredible new WORLD RECORD for a team 100,000 metres!
“I’m slowly working out that what I’m enjoying in your sessions Jo is finding a group of women, and you, who I can connect with and feel a part of something as i go through the motions of getting fit. Over these last many years since I stopped keeping fit through my work I’ve been left cold by different gym sessions, dance classes, yoga, body balance and any kind of training because I just don’t feel a part of it and that it really doesn’t matter whether I push on through the pain and achieve anything or not.
Meeting your group of women and hearing about their journeys to fitness etc has been fun and helpful and with you pushing me along and hand holding i feel much more inclined to carry on.” Liz, October 2015