Personal Training is fast becoming one of the most popular ways to stay in shape and achieve fitness goals as it enables people from every walk of life and every level of fitness to achieve what they need, from building self esteem to core strength, our need to be the best we can be, has never been stronger.  Good Health is on everyone’s agenda.

Personal training sessions are tailored specifically for the client, taking into account client goals, body type, abilities and attitude.   We not only focus on high performance but also corrective exercise for everyday function.

When starting out, a Fitness assessment takes place consisting of a Cardio-vascular assessment and a strength component.  This may vary depending on individual goals. Having the commitment of a Personal Trainer encourages you to stay on track, with regular goal setting and regularly adapting sessions as your fitness and skills develop.

Having your own Personal Trainer not only allows you to fast track your results, but also enables you to be continually evaluated as your ability and performance improves and we advance or modify your training accordingly.

I have been training with Jodie Low since August 2008.

I did a lot of sport at school, and used to be fit and trim in my teens and twenties, but by my thirties I was becoming heavier and less fit by the day. By then I was also suffering from chronic lower back pain. That’s when Jodie came to the rescue!

We started doing Pilates to strengthen my core muscles and correct my posture. After that I graduated to weight training and currently we are focussing on cardiovascular fitness and strength training.

My strength, fitness and flexibility have greatly improved over the years and recently with our focus on cardiovascular fitness, I have also lost 5% of my body weight. I know that every training session with Jodie is an investment in my future health and happiness and I am looking forward to being fitter at 40 than I was at 20.

Jodie knows how to adapt my training sessions according my needs, limitations and goals. She also keeps it interesting by introducing new exercises regularly. And she never loses her enthusiasm; I don’t know where she gets all her energy from!

Liezel Barnard