Personal training godalming
Change your healthFor the betterForever
I’m Neil Young and I am passionate about helping people in Godalming and Guildford, to become healthier and more energetic lives through my personalised exercise programmes and tailored dietary advice
“Personal Training and Nutrition Coaching that puts you first
My clients benefit from my detailed coaching, which is based on their goals. All of the exercise and nutrition programmes are finely tuned to fit into the client’s busy lifestyles.”
Looking for a personal trainer in goldaming?
Say goodbye to generic uncomfortable training
Don’t like running? That’s OK, I will plan your exercise programme to be fun and effective without any running. One of the first conversations that I have with my clients includes a conversation about client exercise likes and dislikes. From there we build workouts with manageable yet challenging exercises. Exercise should be tough, but not uncomfortable or boring.
Training and exercise with the Complete Health Coach Develop strength and muscle tone and feel good about the body you’re in.
Data driven training and exercise that helps you improve your fitness to give you bundles of everyday energy.
When you train with the Complete Health Coach you will Amaze yourself with what you can achieve with consistent training.
Fitness and nutrition services guildford
Build an active lifestyle with results that last
My biggest motivation is to help my clients to build their own lasting habits of regular exercise and healthy eating. I won’t turn away clients who want to work with me for years and years, but if you are firmly into the exercise habit after a few months and want to go it alone I will have done my job.
Personal Training client Testimonials
Worried you’re not fit enough to get started? – Think again!
I have worked with hundreds of people across Guildford, Godalming and Surrey, over the years and helped them to achieve their goals. Here are testimonials from just a few of them
“The great thing about working with Neil is that he is patient, makes himself aware of your personal goals and delivers the sessions with clear instructions, plus he is very motivational – good at pushing you to reach even further without it feeling like he is!” – Liz
“I’ve really benefited from the exercise sessions and healthy eating classes run by Neil. Personally I’ve lost 3 stone and my health has been transformed. His knowledge of nutrition and sports science is top class and I have no hesitation in recommending him in the highest terms.” – Duncan
“I was struggling to get fit through the normal channels and by working with Neil, I was able to get back on track. He was flexible in his approach and created a tailor made set of exercises for me to do at home and in sessions with him, working around my schedule.” – Anita
Fitness and nutrition blog
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Introduction These two low impact workouts do not include any jumping exercises, and therefore will allow you to build leg strength without risking any injury to muscles and joints. Make sure that you warm up first. Click here to pick up the key points of wam up from...
When it comes to advice on healthy eating, particularly with a focus on losing weight, I offer my clients the chance to take my Plant-powered Diet Transformation course. This is a fully-supported series of 1-hour workshops that help clients to steadily...
Introduction As I’ve written in previous blogs (click here), coronary heart disease is the biggest killer in the UK. Not only that, there are 2.3 million people in the UK, who are living with coronary heart disease, including 500,000 who have been diagnosed with...
Introduction In the last blog (click here) I looked at the prevalence and development of coronary heart disease (CHD). I stated that the modifiable CHD risk factors are: Being physically inactive Being overweight Having high blood pressure Having high blood...
Exercise is medicine. Nowhere is this more true than in the area of coronary heart disease (CHD). The positive effects of regular exercise on moderating CHD risk are manyfold. Before we examine exactly how exercise can be beneficial (covered in the next blog) the...