“Keep Sane” Plan of Action

Interesting times for all us a the moment and I sincerely believe that if you have a certain skill set to help people no matter how big or small then you have moral and ethical decisions to make.

Working from home, with the better half around is hard enough but now with the kids around……………

What I would like to offer over the next few weeks is –

Whatever money is generated with this, I will commit to making a favourable % to a worthwhile local organization/group effected by Coronavirus.

 

 

IF YOU ARE NHS, It’s all yours – would love to support you the way you have and will support us.

 

When

 Where

What

Sessions

Cost

Monday @ 1900 ONLINE HIIT/ BWS 60 mins Donations
Tuesday @ 1230  ONLINE Indoor  Cycling 50 mins See Below
Wednesday @ 1900 ONLINE HIIT/ BWS 60 mins Donations
Thursday @ 1930 ONLINE Indoor  Cycling 50 mins See Below
Sunday @ 0800 ONLINE Indoor  Cycling 50 mins See Below

 

For our senior citizens & anybody else who is currently stuck in isolation and have access to Zoom

When

 Where

What

Sessions

Cost

Monday @ 1100 ONLINE Chair Based Exercises 30 mins Complimentary
Thursday @ 1100 ONLINE Chair Based Exercises 30 mins Complimentary

Spin – the calorie killer  (ONLINE)

 

Our spinning classes are a great way for all fitness levels to have a vigorous workout, burning calories and keeping your muscles in shape! And you don’t have to wear a helmet!

Seeing as our group spin sessions are on hold, please note that I am offering the bikes out to hire alongside 3x online spin classes per week. Classes will be delivered via Zoom which you will get an invite.

Alongside this, I will include membership via our coaching portal where you get an initial 30-minute online consultation, a strength & conditioning training plan to complement the spin sessions, our bespoke app to record all sessions, various training tips, hints and information along the way all with ongoing support.

Will deliver the bike for free within 10 miles of Woodstock.

Cost £60.00 per month per person (per bike)

HITT / Body Weight Strength

As it currently stands, the government guidelines are recommending all group exercise by held outside, with strict social distancing in place, no kit to be used (to avoid cross-infection) so bodyweight it is!

All you need is a bit of space to lie down & a mat/towel.

High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) has become a popular way to burn more fat. It’s a training method that has been effective for many people.

HIIT is a training idea in which low to moderate intensity intervals are alternated with high-intensity intervals.

HIIT can be applied to running or to exercises such as squatting. HIIT is considered to be much more effective than normal cardio because the intensity is higher and you are able to increase both your aerobic and anaerobic endurance while burning more fat than ever before.

We incorporate skills, drills and techniques from various sports in our sessions from boxing to athletics. 

“In research, HIIT has been shown to burn adipose tissue more effectively than low-intensity exercise – up to 50% more efficiently.” It has also been shown to speed up your metabolism which helps you burn more calories throughout the day.

Cost £40.00 per month per person for both classes

ONLINE PT 

30-minute Zoom Video PT session with membership via our coaching portal where you get an initial 30 minute online consultation, a strength & conditioning training plan to complement the spin sessions, our bespoke app to record all sessions, various training tips, hints and information along the way all with ongoing support. Read more here

Cost £30.00 per 30 minutes session

 

ON HOLD 

FACE TO FACE PT 

As it currently stands,  we can still provide our normal PT service where we come to you and you use the equipment you have. Obviously social distancing or my even peering through a window will still work.

I would also like to offer the option of using Blenheim Park adhering to safe social distancing

Read more here

 

Chair Based Exercise

These gentle sitting exercises will help improve your mobility and prevent falls. Also very good social interaction and is just good fun!

You should be able to sit with your feet flat on the floor and knees bent at right angles. Avoid chairs with arms if you can, as these will restrict your movement.

The six rules of chair-based exercise

  1. Always use a strong chair, preferably with armrests and not too soft. When you sit in the chair, your thighs should be parallel with the floor.
  2. Keep your arm and leg movements steady, as this will help avoid muscle and joint strain. In the early stages, move your arms or legs one at a time. As you get more skilful, you can combine arm and leg movements in the same exercise. Ten to 12 repetitions per minute are normally enough, but you are the best judge of what you can manage.
  3. Warm up and cool down. When you start moving, the blood supply to the heart muscle needs a few minutes to reach optimal flow. Any combination of these exercises can be done gently to warm up or cool down, while you can do them more vigorously for the main part of your exercise session.
  4. Don’t exercise too hard. Aim for moderate-intensity exercise, which means you are slightly breathless and perhaps warmer than usual. Some days or weeks may be better than others, so adjust the intensity of the exercise to how you’re feeling.
  5. Never hold your breath while exercising. You’d be surprised just how often we forget to breathe when lifting our arms and legs or staying balanced.
  6. Keep your arm exercise below head height. This means the heart doesn’t have to pump so hard against gravity and will help to reduce breathlessness.

Want something different or a bespoke package?

Please ask 

 

 

Call Ben today for a FREE
consultation on 07940733102

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