Highly Qualified Personal Trainer in Maidenhead
Get fit, lose weight and be healthy with a DDW personal trainer in the Maidenhead area. We provide personal training at home and as part of the Diets Don’t Work Method we also offer personal training outdoors in parks and green spaces around Maidenhead. Personal training outdoors makes you feel great, you burn more calories (especially if it’s cold) and feel better mentally. A Personal Trainer in Maidenhead by Diets Don’t Work can make fitness and weight loss not just possible but fun, rewarding and motivational. It’s that simple and it really does work – see our success stories!
All round approach
Block bookings of 6 or more sessions include nutritional assessment, advice, homework programs and support outside of training via messaging and email. This gives you the best possible chance of success. We make step by step tweaks to your eating, lifestyle, work/home/life balance, sleep patterns and general levels of activity. Small changes in lots of different but connected areas lead to lasting fitness and weight loss. We also understand there are some things you can’t change; you might always have to work late, be busy with the family or be in situations where wise eating choices are difficult. We work around these challenges to change what you can alter, so you succeed regardless.
Convenience of training at home
If the great outdoors is not your thing then don’t underestimate the opportunity presented by your own home or garden, no matter how small. Even a few stairs can be a challenge if approached in the right way. Your kitchen, office, deck or paving areas provide more than enough space for an inventive trainer with modern and innovative equipment to give you a challenging but fun workout.
More than “turn up – train – leave”
Unlike some gym based training where you turn up, train and then leave, exercise outside of your sessions is made achievable. Time efficient homework routines that fit into your schedule are included in all block bookings of 6 or more sessions. A solo routine can be as short as 15 minutes! We also provide out of hours support via text and email plus homework articles for you to study. Our blog (600 posts and counting) contains answers to almost any health or fitness questions you may have – lowest calorie cocktails? How to get a flat tummy? It’s all covered.
Prices for personal training in Windsor
Sessions start at £45 for one on one personal training. Training with a partner starts at £27.50 per person per session. All block bookings of six or more sessions entitle you to a £5 discount per session (usually £50). They also include all the support, motivation and expertise that you need to get really fit and toned. And to help you just that little more, we also provide support and encouragement via SMS and email. 24/7 contact can be vital to keep you on track, motivated and happy. Visit our prices page for more details.
Book a first consultation – free
What Now? The first step is to contact us to book a consultation. It’s free, and it’s a chance to meet your prospective personal trainer Maidenhead. In the consultation, we will go through a health screening, lifestyle assessment, goal setting and look at where you are now and how you got there. Together we can then make a plan of action to get you where you would like to be and answer any questions you might have.
Training outdoors in Maidenhead
There are many venues in the Maidenhead area that are both pretty and effective for personal training outdoors. Braywick Park has a much under-used athletics track which has a sandy long jump area and a large green space in the middle. It’s perfect for CV, resistance and circuit training. There are also lots of footpaths nearby leading to the river Thames and numerous other small parks and green spaces.
The river Thames also provides a great location for sessions with a Personal Trainer Maidenhead. The towpath goes all the way from Windsor up to Boulters Lock and then on to Cookham and Marlow.
Maidenhead also has the benefit of being quite hilly, perfect if you are training for a 5k or 10k race or even for some power walking. Further up Castle Hill running almost along the A404 is the Thicket, a beautiful meadow and wood that is particularly pretty in spring when the wild flowers come up. This area is really good for both CV and resistance training, so long as you don’t mind the odd dog-walking spectator or horse.