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GHO Fitness: an online personal trainer

by Press Release
Friday 16th June 2017
Tags  cross training   |   personal training   |   nutrition   |   GHO Fitness
Are you the sort of runner who knows they should do more strength training, and maybe improve their diet, but could do with a bit of guidance? That probably describes most of us. There are many reasons we don't get a personal trainer, such as cost, time and not wanting to be shouted at in a park, so how about online personal training and food advice? 
This week sees the launch of GHO Fitness (Get Help On Fitness), a new, inspiring and motivating online proposition that is set to shake up the personalised fitness plan market by delivering an honest and uncomplicated 360 degree approach that ticks all the lifestyle boxes, and all for just £14.99 per month.
GHO Fitness is the brainchild of friends Samuel Abbott and David Hogan, who developed and researched the concept following the realisation that there was a gap in the market for truly personalised training. Taking training plans a step further, and with a desire to deliver a seamless and all-encompassing online approach to fitness that didn’t follow the ‘one size fits all’ model of other brands, GHO Fitness was born with a simple mission – to help clients feel the happiest and healthiest version of themselves and provide them with the tools to achieve their goals.
With a long-term lifestyle philosophy and no quick fix solutions, at the core of GHO Fitness are five simple and effective elements: Personalised Exercises, Dedicated Trainers, Training Videos, Progress Tracker and Personalised Meals, all of which are led by an experienced, inspiring and down to earth team fuelled by the challenge to get you where you want to be.
On sign up, consumers complete a lifestyle form allowing for the creation of a totally bespoke and tailored fitness plan that fits in with how, when and where you want to exercise, ability and lifestyle demands which rotates on a four weekly basis. With this element of the programme led by expert Personal Trainer David Hogan, the resulting Personalised Exercise Plans are filled with exciting workouts, supported with simple training videos to see how you should exercise correctly, a dedicated trainer that works with you to support and advise and your own dashboard to track your progress and keep you motivated by showcasing the positive impact of GHO Fitness and featuring a light-hearted tip of the day!
Working totally in tandem with the Personalized Exercise Plan is a Personalised Meal Plan detailing easy and delicious meals to complement the physical programme in place. Put together by GHO’s Nutritional Chef Molly Buszard with a wealth of knowledge and expertise in nutrition, meals are carefully curated and perfectly balanced to provide just the right mix of carbohydrates, fats and protein to fuel clients from the inside out. Recipes are easy to follow, mostly quick to prepare and all are delicious, proportionate and filling taking into account any dietary requirements, food intolerances and preferences. Examples include curried sweet potato bubble and squeak, chicken and warm lentil salad with prosciutto, cinnamon banana rice cakes and more. Additionally, inter- changeable meals allow for taste-buds to be totally tantalised and satiated on days when clients simply fancy something else to eat. Additionally shopping lists are created on a bespoke dashboard and can be printed off for convenience.
With GHO Fitness’ focused, accessible, interactive and totally bespoke programme now live, consumers seeking a fresh, affordable and all-encompassing approach to fitness that places one’s lifestyle choices at the fore, need look no further.
Visit www.ghofitness.com for just £14.99 per month with a free 14 day trial available for a limited period.

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