Kinesis does not offer classes but some personal trainers offer small group training as well as 1 – 1.

Classes can often become boring as routines often work to the ability of the least able in the class.  New people joining a class can struggle to ‘catchup’.  Lots of things make it difficult for a class to change up its routine or intensity on a frequent basis.  However, it is the frequency of change of the component exercises and the intensity with which these are done which give the best outcome in fitness and weight management.  The ability to work with a personal trainer either 1 – 1 or in a small group of up to 4 people allows an individual to reach their goals much more quickly as a trainer has the ability to constantly change the component exercises in the program and therefore move more quickly to the desired fitness outcome.

The trainers below all base their business at Kinesis Gym:

Personal Trainer Rick Southcott has an independent fitness studio based within Kinesis Gym where he can offer private small group as well as 1 – 1 training sessions away from the gym floor.

Personal Trainer Aidan Hamilton likes to keep his personal training coaching on the gym floor to maximise using the full range of gym equipment we have but also offers 1 – 1 and small group training.

Personal Trainer Gary Pettengel boasts 15 years in the industry and offers 1-1 training sessions on the Gym Floor.  He offers flexible training including his own training app T28 which forms part of his overall training programs.

Personal Trainer Nick Jordan has a background as a Fitness Instructor in the military but since leaving the military has travelled the world working in a variety of fitness facilities as well as delivering his own personal training regimes. Nick offers 1 – 1training on the Gym Floor.

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