Say hello to Nory Sike
Nory is a yoga teacher and one of our personal trainers based at TFC Sheffield gym in Sheffield city centre.
She is an amazing female personal trainer who specialises in pain free exercise.
Nory started her journey as a professional athlete competing for her country Hungary.
After a horrible accident put her in hospital and stopped her from being able to exercise she underwent years of physical rehabilitation work.
She now wants to use the skills and knowledge that she has gained and help people exercise without the worry of pain.
If you would like to book a consultation with Nory click on the 'book' button on this page or send an enquiry to [email protected] .
28 days - 22 lbs down - 9 inches lost
A huge well done to Lucy!
Lucy took part in a challenge that FSR Personal Training ran last year which involved doing 12 minute home workouts every day for 28 days.
Now we do NOT promote rapid results in general as it’s hard to sustain but we wanted to test run our methods of short 12 minute workouts and see what results they provide... and WOW the team did well, especially Lucy!
So how can such short workouts provide results like this when others are spending over an hour a day in the gym seeing little to no results?
Well we can’t share everything (we charge for that) but one of the main key points is consistency.
Most people are only ‘on it’ 3-4 days a week and sabotage their results on the other 3-4 days meaning that 12-16 days a month are spent sabotaging results.
Once consistency is added your body works like the nitrous boost button has been pressed and starts changing at an unbelievable rate!!!
'' Here’s a photo of my own personal transformation, the reason I’m posting this is because you’re more likely to listen to what I have to say after seeing me go from out of shape to shredded.
It’s the new year and you’re ready to smash your goals in life and in the gym, great!
But what’s not great is how unrealistic your goals are.... if you have not trained at all for the last 6 months then do not set yourself the goal of training 7 days a week and trying to lose 3 stone in a month.
It’s just not going to happen, you’ll last 2-3 weeks max and because you can’t commit to 7 days anymore because life got in the way you’ll use this as an excuse to stop going all together.
I've seen it happen many many times.
I have personally changed my body rapidly many times over the years going from 17.5 To 12.5 stone in as little as 11 weeks. I have trained bikini competition champions and physique athletes to shred up quickly...
If it’s too difficult don’t do it....
Not really the words you’d expect to hear from someone who motivates people for a living.
But seriously if it’s difficult don’t do it, or to word it more accurately, you won’t do it.
If it’s not something that you can / will consistently keep in your routine, don’t add it in to start with.
I’ve seen it many a time:
- I’m going to train twice a day every day
- I’m cutting out all carbs
- I’m only eating foods that begin with a Z
Your Intentions are good but you’re only human and if it doesn’t fit with your lifestyle / in your ongoing routine then it’s not going to work.
Hard work is great but I prefer smart work.
Write down the points you need to improve, implement a smart strategy into your life and take small continuous steps.
It can be as simple as:
- do 10 press ups a day
- have one less slice of bread a day
- go to the gym every Monday
And then once...
Getting in shape for someone in the fitness industry is easy, it’s a simple process, you workout every day and eat the right amounts continuously, that really is it, nothing complicated and it’s literally your job to be in shape.
Most (not all) trainers are young, live at home with their parents and have a pretty easy schedule.
They spend most of their time posting lion memes as they get out of bed at 11am for their first training session of the day.
Now for the every day person it’s a bit different, you have other priorities than the gym. Between work, family, kids and social events you can get a bit tied up, it’s not as simple as being a gym robot who follows the training and diet plans to a tee.
So you can imagine how a mum of 3 who’s done over 50 hours in her 2 jobs this week and still has poop on her arm from changing the baby for the fifth time today doesn’t want to hear the personal trainer preach about ‘how she does have time to...
Between these two phenomenal woman they have lost over 100 lbs, that's over 7 stone!
So how did they do this?
They planned out and were realistic about what they could consistently fit into to their lifestyle, no crazy diets or hardcore workouts.
Planning is key, you must plan everything into your diary - when you workout, what clothes you have ready, what foods you like, when you shop, when you cook and every other little detail.
Once you plan it into your life with realistic expectations from yourself, the rest is easy, just follow the plan.
Would you like help setting up your routine, diet or training? Send me an email - [email protected]