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Personal Training Myths

Being a personal trainer we often hear some interesting thoughts from our clients about their perceptions of what we do as personal trainers.

“But you are a personal trainer – you must eat perfectly!”

Not always, we are human too!

We certainly have our ups and downs when it comes to food! Sometimes we want to do nothing more than indulge in foods we shouldn’t necessarily eat. Sometimes we go over our calories for the day, or sometimes we barely get chance to eat! Exercise and nutrition is a constant work in progress, and this is simply what we all need to aim for. However, what we do look at doing is trying to plan and prepare as best as possible for the time ahead, so if we know we are going through a long day – we may prepare food beforehand.


“It must be easy for you – you get all day to train!”

Granted – we are in the gym all day, but this isn’t training for ourselves. Often times we are either constantly trying to squeeze our own training in between or start earlier or stay later in order for us train ourselves. Sometimes we get caught up in work and don’t get to train – but it’s simply about being able to balance our own exercise with our job. Often if we are too busy to train, we will simply alter our own training for the week and do as much as possible on the days we are less busy.


“But you know exactly what you’re supposed to be doing and don’t need motivation”

We all have our bad days. I’m always telling my clients that motivation is a finite source – there are some days when we will feel on top of the world with training. However there will also be days where we just can’t focus, don’t feel great and ultimately our training suffers. But just because we have an off day with our training that doesn’t mean we should give up – we need to be in this to reap the long term rewards, which means taking the good days with the bad.


Part of my mission is to make sure that people I work with to achieve their fitness goals are educated enough that they can continue their journey without needing me.


I take pride in being able to give my clients the push they need to get where they want to be in terms of health and fitness.


Embedded in my ethos is the desire to inspire my clients to want to be their best selves, without that, there is no reason to do what I do.

Why work with me?

I am not a salesman. Unlike many Personal Trainers in Essex, I care deeply about my clients progress and want to help get results quickly.

Personal training isn't about shouting at someone to make them exercise. For me it's about the ten years experience and knowledge I have behind me, which allows me to educate clients on how to quickly get where they want to be.

Ryan Worthington, Founder

Ryan Worthington

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