Cheadle Personal Training in association with Fusion Gym have an amazing summer gym offer for all teachers, students or lucky people who have flexible working hours and want to get in shape this summer!
With nearly £200 off the normal price and access to 60 unique gym classes, contact email@example.com or 07855744607 for more details.
*All Personal Training sessions to be taken between 9am-3pm. Offer is available to both new and current members.
Are you interested in group exercise classes in a small gym with a friendly atmosphere? If so, then one of the unique exercise classes at Fusion Gym may be the answer!
Fusion Gym offers 10 unique classes each week, designed to challenge you in different ways. All classes are suitable for both men and women at any level of fitness. Classes are free for members or can be attended on a pay-as-you-go basis for £8 per session with no reservation necessary.
Classes are run by our dedicated team of personal trainers and we offer a variety of classes from bootcamps to crossfit inspired classes. A full time table of classes can be viewed here. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07855744607 and ask for Ben and I will arrange a FREE class for you and your friends.
Want to get in shape for summer and are available to train anytime on a Monday? Why not try a taster personal training package with two sessions for just £30 on a Monday.
Personal training sessions can be booked anytime on a Monday (subject to availability) and sessions will take place at Fusion Gym, a private training venue located in Stanley Green. There are no membership fees and no long term commitment! What’s more nutrition advice and body fat testing are all part of the package.
Want an idea for a Christmas gift for a loved one or just interested in getting yourself in shape in the new year? Well, Cheadle Personal Training are offering 4 Personal Training Sessions for just £99 to get you started on your fitness journey.
Cheadle Personal Training offers an unforgettable experience from Fusion Gym’s specialist training facility in Stanley Green. It’s not your average gym, offering a unique training experience with a wide variety of interesting equipment, which you will find a refreshing change from your average commercial gym and allow you to challenge your workout boundaries.
Want to give the offer as a gift? We will create a branded e-voucher for you to print out!
I managed to get my hands on a Go Pro Hero 4 for a week and set about filming some of my PT sessions and classes – with my clients permission obviously – and creating a video for my website.
I wanted to showcase what Cheadle Personal Training is all about and some of the things I work with clients on. I offer one-on-one and group personal training sessions from a private gym in Stanley Green, which are a bit different from what you may have experienced previously.
Take a look at the end results below and if you like what you see and want to try something different get in touch today.
As a PT at Fusion Gym I run two classes a week, All Out Strength on a Wednesday at 6:30am and Spartan Training on Thursday at 7pm. Classes are free to Fusion Gym members and £8 for non-members. If you are interested in trying a class get in-touch. You can view the class timetable here.
Well what a difference a few years make. This time two years ago I had been sat behind a desk for over decade, was frequently over indulging and following a couple of bad football related injuries had pretty much gave up exercising. So I decided to do something about it…I hit the gym, changed my diet and as a result lost over two stone in weight.
I felt better than ever and decided I enjoyed training so much I wanted to making a career out of it so I’m now a fully certified personal trainer! If you are interested in making a similar change please feel free to get in touch.
Fusion Gym’s specialist training facility is not your average gym, offering a unique training experience with a wide variety of interesting equipment, including the prowler, sled, monkey bars, 150kg tyre, battle ropes, punch bags and the 30ft rope (only for the brave)!
This all makes for a refreshing change from your average commercial gym and allow you to challenge your workout boundaries whilst having fun at the same time.
If the below looks like fun then get in contact today to arrange a FREE session with Ben Shuttleworth!
An Ironman Triathlon is about as tough as it gets. This long-distance triathlon race consists of a grueling 2.4-mile (3.86 km) swim, a staggering 112-mile (180.25 km) bicycle ride and then a full marathon 26.2-mile (42.2 km) run… in a row… without a break.
So how do you prepare for what is widely considered one of the most difficult one-day sporting events in the world? Training for one these events requires months in some cases years of hard work and dedication to deliver the desired results. Luckily for me I am not partaking in an Ironman event, however I do know somebody who is and I was fascinated to discover what it took to prepare for the event.
Any endurance event, particularly one that covers over 140 miles, requires dedicating a serious amount of time to training, put simply the more time spent swimming, cycling and running consistently the greater improvement when the race comes around. That said some time spent in the gym to focus on some strength and core work can be built into any training schedule to help reduce the risk of injury.
Developing a training schedule around your own lifestyle is essential and will significantly increase adherence, support from family, friends and training partners can give you a massive boost and is often cited as one of the most important factors (basically get the husband/wife on-board first). Fail to prepare…prepare to fail, sometimes the best laid plans sometimes come to ruin, so always have a back-up so that you can adapt your training or nutrition to work around schedule.
No training training should ignore nutrition, it is vital to ensure you fuel your body correctly through grueling training sessions and allows your body to recover and adapt faster. Seeking advice or researching nutrition is therefore essential to ensure you understand what you are putting in your body and how to fuel it.
It’s far from easy, but with preparation and a bit of iron will, this true test of endurance can be completed.