An Initial meeting to discuss your
health and fitness goals.
First session to assess your overall
fitness and movement.
Begin the training program to
develop your fitness.
Review your progress and adapt your development strategy.
Workout of the Week
Sparring develops your explosive strength and engages your core while working on speed, agility & quickness. It is also a good HIIT workout.
If you're looking for a new programme to add to your routine, you may want to give Tabata a try. Tabata training is a high-intensity interval training (HIIT) workout, featuring exercises that last four minutes.
Sport Specific Strength Training
BMT offers Sport Specific Strength Training for Rugby players. Ben is an expert in training Rugby players ranging from school teams to world-class professionals.
Note: Ben had been associated with Rugby coaching for over twenty years and is
professionally qualified to coach rugby.
Muscle Gain Pro20 week training programme
- 3 days a week program
- Diet program Included
- Professional Trainers
From £1875View Full Package
Women Strength & Power10 week training programme
- Weekly Training
- Diet Review
- High Intensity
From £699View Full Package
I would not have done the Nike 10k without Bens help. Ben is very consistent in his temperament which I appreciate. I have felt very supported in my fitness goals.
Susan Boynton | Client
I have achieved a phenomenal transformation – I never believed all the stuff about changing body shape, the mental effect of PT, I thought I was too old for such change, but I was wrong!
Robert Gradel | Client
Ben is super knowledgeable, pushes me “to the next level” whilst remaining super, professional and friendly.
Catherine Lee | Client
There are many ways to train, with many different beliefs as to what is the perfect mix of training and rest. I believe that a two day on, one day off routine allows you to train your overall body with a great mix of total body fitness and upper and lower body splits. Training bewteen 3-5 days a week is the optimum amount of training for you to make and notice a difference in you fitness and your body.
The rule of thumb amongst muscle gain fanatics who want to increase their muscle mass is to eat 1 gram of protein per lb (pound) of body weight. E.g: Body weight: 185lbs - Protein intake: 185 grams. (1 chicken breast = 31/32g protein).
It Depends on your body type, metabolism and current fitness level. if you are somebody who goes to the gym regularly and you are finding you are atrophying when doing long stints of cardio to burn excess fat then you need to think about HIIT training. while working at high levels of intensity for shorter periods of time, the body will use it's carbohydrate and fat stores around the muscle while you retain muscle depth. The obvious answer is to ensure the you are consuming complex carbohydrates and the correct 'good fats' as these are stored and utilised as energy providers as oppose to energy storage.
Strength gains can be achieved through changing the way you train your muscles. If you are used to doing mid weight sets for reps of 10 - 15 over 3 or 4 sets then you have to change your approach. If you lower your reps, increase your weight and increase your sets that you are lifting heavier, you'll see a vast change in your strength and size. An example of this would be 5x5 training. This is 5 sets of 5 reps with a weight which is 80-90% of your maximum achievable weight. Alternatively you can train for more muscle endurance by lifting a relatively heavy weight for high reps. E.g: 60kg bench press for as many as you can within 1 set.
- Monday07:30 - 22:00
- Tuesday07:30 - 22:00
- Wednesday09:00 - 20:00
- Thursday09:00 - 20:00
- Friday09:00 - 17:00
- Saturday10:00 - 16:00
Note: Contact me to organise a training schedule.