Commitment: By purchasing one of our plans, you are making a commitment to your health. You should follow the programme and instructions of the trainer to the best of your ability to maximise their results and better achieve their goals. Remember, the ultimate results are up to the you. Your trainer will advise how to work muscles correctly and encourage to go to your safe limit. You are the only one who can make sure you work out consistently, eat properly, have plenty of sleep, and live a healthy lifestyle.
Attire: You must wear comfortable workout attire, including, but not limited to, t-shirts, shorts, leggings, hoodies, sweats and or tracksuits. Trainers must be supportive and functional.
Stopping Exercises: You may refuse or stop any exercise for any reason. It is your responsibility to notify trainer of any discomfort or pain arising from or during exercise, as well as, any and all other known limitations you have or experiences so that your trainer may accommodate you and substitute another exercise to work that particular muscle group.
Exercise Programme-Objectives & Procedures: You understand that the purpose of the exercise programme is to provide a safe and personalized programme to improve your physical fitness. The programme is designed to place a gradually increasing workload on the body, and the rate of progression may be regulated by various methods which include target heart rate and perceived exertion. All exercise programmes will include both warm up & cool down, it is your responsibility to make sure these are carried out. The main exercise component can include cardiovascular activities such as walking, running and resistance training.
Video Demonstrations: The videos provided within the programmes are there to make sure correct technique and form are followed significantly reducing the likelihood of an injury. You will review the exercise videos within the mypthub programme to ensure you carry out the exercises with proper form, good technique and full range of motion, should you have any questions it is your responsibility to ask your trainer for more support and advice.
Potential risks: The exercise programme is designed to place a gradually increasing workload on the body and thereby improve its functions. The reaction of the body to such exercise cannot always be predicted with complete accuracy. There is a risk of certain changes that might occur during or following exercises. These can relate to blood pressure, heart rate or muscle soreness. You understand that you are responsible for monitoring your own condition throughout the exercise programme and that should any unusual symptoms occur, you will cease participation and inform your trainer.
Potential benefits: You understand that a programme of regular exercise has been shown to be beneficial. Benefits include decrease in the risk of heart disease; a decrease in body fat; a decrease in blood pressure; improvement in physiological function and an improvement in aerobic fitness, flexibility, muscular strength and endurance.
Results: You understand that even though the likelihood of achieving your goals is high this can't be guaranteed. Results are much less likely should you deviate from the agreed programmes put in place from your trainer.