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Rhiannon Ray is the owner and manager of Body Sculpt PT.
With Rhiannon's extensive knowledge and experience over the past 20 plus years of being a Personal trainer, business owner, wife and mum she knows first hand what it takes to stay on track, get results and maintain your goals.
My Passion is health and fitness. I am in my element when I am helping people achieve their goals. Whether it be weight loss management, resistance training or onging nutritional guidance, we will achieve your goals. I enjoy keeping up-to-date with interesting and exciting methods to help my clients achieve results. I am energetic, motivating and an enthusiastic trainer who supports and educates you along your journey to reach your goals.
I specialise in Body Sculpting, Weight loss and Strength Training.
I Personally write fitness and resistance training programs that will make achieving your goal, and keeping them possible. You will reap the benefits from having a specialised program with personalised guidance and motivation.
People love routine. There's comfort in doing the same things and knowing exactly what to expect-no surprises, no fear, no thinking required. And sometimes, routine can be a very good thing.
But when it comes to your workout, doing the same moves day in and day out isn't doing much to help (or motivate) you. A lot of times we stick with a program because of that comfort zone. Maybe it's all you know how to do, maybe you're afraid of those odd contraptions, or, if you're like most, maybe you don't understand the importance of variety when it comes to exercise. Whatever your reason, it's time to break out of that workout rut!
From this point on, consider the idea that your muscles are smart. When they do new things-whether dancing, martial arts, or strength training-they're a little shaky at first. But they learn quickly, mastering these new moves, so much in fact, that they become MORE efficient at doing them. So, they don't have to work as hard (or burn as many calories, or respond with positive gains) to keep up with the program.
For this reason, and the fact that you should always be challenging your body in order to keep improving your fitness level, you should deliberately alter your fitness routine "regularly". This can mean different things for different people. Some will alter their exercises on a daily or weekly basis, but whatever frequency you choose, change your strength training program at least once every 4-6 weeks. This will help you avoid hitting a plateau in the first place.
If you've been considering Personal Training or getting into a new fitness routine and want to try it all out, please call or email me for a free session. Now is the time to achieve the body and lifestyle you really want!
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