Naked Doesn’t Mean Nice

Obviously after the fact that naked fitness is amazing, the other thing that really surprises people is how far I can push them. While sessions are still fun and based around an individual’s ability, new clients are always shocked at how much more they achieve with me than in a gym environment.

I understand it’s a lot harder to argue with a naked trainer, but this surely can’t be the only reason?

Here’s some points to ponder, on why you will get a better workout with me:

  1. Fear of failure. No one else is watching, but me, in a one to one session. You don’t have to worry about the fear of failure in front other people. My private studio creates a lovely safe please. You can push yourself, but it doesn’t matter if you fail and you know what 9 times out of 10 people don’t fail at all.
  1. You cannot hide your motivation. Yes, my studio has mirrors, a lot of mirrors, and no I won’t cover them on request. Mirrors are important to check that your form is correct, but it is also very important to see and know yourself. Anyone who has read the amazing Run, Fat B!tch Run, by Ruth Fields, will know this as channeling your inner B!tch. Face your motivation head on. This doesn’t mean fat shaming yourself! You might use it as motivation to increase range of movement or improve stamina and be less sweaty.
  1. I’m very creative. I use a range of equipment, most of which you could easily have at home, but I’m creative with it. I hit the body (metaphorically speaking) from all sides and angles. Most people wouldn’t train themselves in a gym, how I train them in my studio, so it pushes the body in a new way.

I’d like to think of myself as a nice person, but I’m certainly not a nice trainer. I’ll push you, within your abilities, to reach your goals. So don’t be confused by the naked. It doesn’t mean it going to be softly, softly. Naked doesn’t simply mean nice.

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