It's not uncommon to hear the phrase "it's not the right time for me" when it comes to making a change in one's life, whether it be starting a fitness program or making any other kind of commitment. But the truth is, there is never truly a "right time" as [...]
Personal growth and development is a journey that never ends. It's a journey that takes us to places we never thought possible, and one that helps us become the best version of ourselves. One important aspect of this journey is going to the gym. Hitting a new personal best is [...]
At The PT Centre, we believe in helping our clients achieve better results by focusing on their own progress, rather than comparing themselves to others. As Personal Trainers And Fitness Coaches, we understand the temptation to get caught up in the comparison game, especially with the seemingly perfect lives we [...]
Are you looking to improve your overall health and well-being? Making small changes to your lifestyle can have a big impact. In this post, we’ll share 5 simple tips to help you boost your health, fitness, and mindset.
Time: the one thing that we never seem to have enough of… How do you see time? We see it as an investment. Consider your time like a bank account. Like money, you want to see your time work for you so invest in the activities that enhance your health and well-being, including getting in enough time to go to the gym.
2023 is here and we’re seeing resolution announcements all over social media, resolutions that many are hoping they can carry on throughout the year but while the intention is great, so many of these good intentions don’t make it past January. Sticking to new habits is hard.
You needn’t wait till the new year to start your resolutions - simple. Studies show that 91% of us won’t achieve our new year's resolution, there are even websites out there that can predict what date you’ll give up on your resolution. So why wait only to fail?
Do you feel yourself falling into a funk now that the days are darker and colder? The so called ‘winter blues’ affects many of us, but did you know there was a medical term for it? Seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
When the colder, darker months draw in, there tendency to want to stay inside, avoid venturing out for daily walks, to seek comfort food over a balanced diet is high. Sometimes winter can feel like a slog and getting up and out during the colder months often makes our motivation to hit the gym hit an all-time low.
We’ve all heard the saying. It’s likely we’ve been told this when times get tough or we feel uncertain about something we’re working towards. Breaking down the saying “Stepping out of your comfort zone” means doing something that makes you feel uncomfortable and is away from your normal routine. But as the famous saying goes...