Frequently Asked Questions at Sculpt Personal Training
Is personal training for everyone?
Yes. No matter what your sex, age or fitness level, everyone will benefit from working with a Personal Trainer.
Who is the best Personal Trainer for me?
How do I book my first session and how much does it cost?
What do I need to wear?
Gym clothing or leisure wear such as jogging bottoms and T-shirt is suitable. The most important thing is that you feel comfortable and don't get too hot. Trainers are also preferred. If you need any advice just ask, we are happy to help.
Can I do Personal Training with friends, colleagues, family members?
Yes. Check our website for more details on Group PT which can be a cheaper option for all involved to " Yes. Please see the Group PT section under Training Sessions. This can be a cheaper option for all involved.
I don’t have the time to make it to the gym as my work diary is too busy. What difference will a Personal Trainer make to me?
A Personal Trainer can design a time-efficient workout program to fit in with your lifestyle. Sessions can be booked at times to suit you and can be as frequent as you like.
If I wanted to do my training from home, what equipment would I need and how much would it cost?
The type of equipment would depend on the space you have and the goals you want to achieve. We can provide some equipment. If you live locally to Penrith, our trainers can train you at home for a similar price to the gym.
If I trained once a week with a Personal Trainer would that session be enough or would I need to do more exercise outside seeing the trainer?
Yes you would need to do more exercise in addition to seeing your Personal Trainer. One session a week without doing any extra work yourself will get minimal results. If you want big results then you have to put in the hard work yourself, however your trainer will always be on hand for advice.
What guarantees will I have working with a trainer and will they get me the results I want?
The only guarantee you have is the amount of commitment you give yourself. You should look on your Personal Trainer as a tool shop and you as the builder. The Personal Trainer sells you the tools and then it's up to you to do the job. How much time you put into the job the better the job will look.
I have always wanted to have a Personal Trainer but I cant afford it as they are too expensive!
Well £35 is the average price of eating out, £35 is the average cost one would spend on a night out on the town to feel under the weather the next day! £35 is what you spend on taxi’s every 2 weeks! From there, £35 would probably be spent the day after trying to make yourself feel better by eating take away food because your too hungover to cook fresh healthy food.
£35 is the average cost of a personal training session that will give you the education to look after your body. £35 is a small price to pay in comparison.