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Personal Training including Online and via Video Link

This service is for those clients who wish to have professional input to their training programmes.  Bespoke Personal Training with Super Fit is goal directed to enable the client to achieve their desired objectives.  As well as having a programme constructed and coaching on physical training, attention will also be paid to attaining good technique, control of movement, injury prevention and performance enhancement.  Regular face-to-face sessions are available as are programmes with periodic review.  Also available are Personal Training Online and via Video Link.  Advice on diet, re-fuelling, rehydration and rest will also be provided.  An in-depth analysis and recommendations of a food diary is also available as an additional service.

Achieve your fitness goals and train with Super Fit.  See our full range of services:  https://superfituk.co.uk/services/ Click here to contact Super Fit for more details.

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Training for substantial challenges such as an ultra-event

Training for and completing ultra-events and other substantial physical challenges will almost certainly require alterations to multiple aspects of an athlete’s life.  Super Fit provides bespoke Personal Training, training programmes and review based on the requirements of the event/occasion that the athlete wishes to participate in.

The service would address a variety of aspects including specific training, diet, hydration, re-fuelling and re-hydration, rest and sleep, injury prevention, psychological preparation, event planning (e.g. preparing for expected/possible weather conditions), life organisation, acclimatisation and training scheduling.  If you are contemplating such an undertaking, considering the sacrifices you will have to make, make absolutely sure you reach the start line and cross the finish line with expert assistance. For more details check out this blog post or contact Super Fit.

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Rehabilitation for recurrent injuries or to return to previous performance levels following injury

This service would suit those that are hampered by recurrent injuries at the same site or at a variety of sites. There is usually a reason or reasons that explains why this is happening but this is not easy to determine with out specialist input. Super Fit’s Physiotherapy service will analyse why the situation has likely to have arisen, devise, conduct review a rehabilitation programme to not only prevent recurrence but to re-condition the athlete back to performance.

Other athletes may have been left struggling to return to sport even after following a lengthy rehabilitation programme. In this situation Super Fit offers a different approach and view on the problem. Specific analysis is often the solution including addressing any psychological issues, which are under assessed and under addressed following serious sporting injury.

Read this blog for more information on staying fit and avoiding injury: https://superfituk.co.uk/blog/staying-fit-and-not-being-injured/  For more details on this service click here to contact Super Fit.

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Long term rehabilitation following a complex injury

Clients/athletes who have sustained a complex/serious injury or injuries will require a long term and comprehensive rehabilitation programme to have any chance of returning not only to everyday fitness but to athletic fitness.  This rehabilitation programme will also require regular and detailed progression for it to succeed.

Many elements of the athlete/client’s life will need to be analysed (including diet and rest) and adjusted to give the individual the best chance of full recovery.  Any psychological issues will also be addressed particularly if the injury or injuries were sustained in particularly traumatic circumstances.  And due to the long term nature of the rehabilitation programme, motivation will be provided to assist the client/athlete to last the course.

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Making substantial health and well-being improvements

This service would suit those clients may never been fit or who have become de-conditioned having once been fit. These clients may also be overweight and require a weight loss programme.

Super Fit would provide a tailored programme specifically designed for those that are not already fit.  For such clients, it is important that they allow their body to adjust to the programme and that they are not progressed too fast.  But the approach would not be cautious, merely in line with the individual’s own parameters and what we know from science about starting training from a low base.

Any weight loss programme and guidance would be science based, losing weight in a healthy, sustained manner through a healthy daily diet and exercise.

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Performance Gains

This service is for those clients are already engaged in regular exercise/sport of varying levels (amateur to professional athletes) but seek to make performance gains. Super Fit would provide Personal Training with a bespoke programme and review based on the assessment to determine the individual needs of the athlete. The athlete maybe looking to achieve a certain standard such as running a sub-50 second 400 metres or improve their technique (e.g. learning or refining what body position to be in when striking a ball – read more in this blog piece).  Alternatively, the athlete could be looking for an overhaul of their programme or want to formalise and maximise their training having exercised/performed without specific guidance before.

This category of Super Fit clients could be aged from 18 to 98, age being no barrier to physical performance or being able to enhance physical performance.  Click here to enquire or to book an assessment.

First Beat Lifestyle Assessment

Super Fit also offers a specific coaching tool via our partner Back in Action. The First Beat Lifestyle Assessment provides information on how daily stresses have affected heart rate and rhythm by monitoring the heart for three 24 hour periods.

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