All the trainers are super welcoming and the atmosphere is one of a big family so you’re guaranteed a laugh no matter what time of the day you train.
I was a morbidly obese middle-aged (50) man, I never thought that I would actually look forward to and enjoy my training sessions, but I do. It has changed my life.
Fantastic place to train- fun atmosphere and really supportive. I always looked forward to my sessions. I trained with Giuseppe who is an absolute legend! I would recommend him to anyone.
At Revolution we understand the importance of setting goals. As part of your free taster session, your trainer will work with you to help you gain real clarity on specifically what it is you want to achieve over 12 weeks.
We will also help you to understand why you want to achieve your goal. Understanding your ‘why’, and making sure your goal excites you, is how to get the power of your emotions working for you.
To effectively personalise your training plan, your trainer will take into consideration both your goal and your current fitness level. Your trainer will also take into account whether or not your training plan will need to be adapted due to any injuries or health conditions.
Your plan will include what days of the week you’ll train, which will help establish the all-important habits and routines that will enable you to succeed.
We have worked alongside a team of nutritional coaches to produce meal plans which cater for meat eaters, pescatarians, vegetarians and vegans. Our meal plans are complete with a full macro nutrient and calorie breakdown.
It’s essential that your diet compliments the hard work and effort you’re putting into your training. The meals in our food plans are easy to prepare and can continue to be used beyond the 12 weeks.
Creating accountability when training for your 12 week transformation is absolutely vital. A great way to achieve this is by regularly assessing your weight, body fat and body composition which will give you feedback on your progress.
Eat enough food! One of the biggest mistakes people make when trying to build muscle is not eating enough. In fact, lifting weights without eating enough food (especially protein) can actually lead to loss of muscle tissue. When you exercise, you damage muscle fibres – a process called exercise-induced muscle damage (EIMD). If...