Personal training


We at The Athletic Club offer the best personal training in the area. Our expert trainers will help you achieve your fitness goals in a fun and effective way. They’ll push you when you need it, and offer guidance when you’re not sure what to do.

Our trainers are also here to keep you accountable—they’ll make sure you come in even when you don’t feel like it. We also offer personal training packages so you can build a workout routine that’s best for you.

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Strength & Conditioning

Whether the goal is to look better, feel better or perform better in sport or a physical activity, the body needs to adapt to make progress.

When executed safely and effectively, strength and conditioning training will place positive demands and stress on the body to achieve the desired results.

There are many tools to do this depending on the goal, including weight training, cardio, plyometric, speed, mobility and bodyweight training.


Core Training

One of the most important elements to a well rounded fitness program, core training helps to strengthen, stabilize and align the muscles that move the trunk of the body.

The abdominals and back muscles are key to this, however the deeper unseen muscles and the hips in particular play a vital role.

A strong core that moves efficiently will help maintain correct muscle balance and prevent injury.


A fun and dynamic form of training, kickboxing has seen a huge rise in popularity over recent years.

Known for effective calorie burning with its high-energy routines, kickboxing has also been linked with other benefits such as increased confidence, reduced stress and improved coordination.

It can be empowering to learn how to defend yourself while also taking out some of the day’s frustration on the pads!

Pre-en Postnatal

It is now widely known and accepted that there are many benefits to be gained from being physically active in moderate intensity exercise both during and after pregnancy.

The particular exercise program will depend greatly on the individual, their needs and also their previous exercise experience.

For those postnatal individuals, care and attention should be given to strengthening of the core and pelvic floor musculature before beginning a return to more vigorous activity.