What’s the First Step?

To meet and discuss how we combine the following options to help you achieve you goals.
Diet and Fitness Advice
We meet in a café (during your lunch break) to run through what you want to achieve and what you have been doing.  It’s a great time to ask questions you may have and I offer training tips or diet advice to help you.  These meetings can help you stay focused & motivated as I clearly emphasise what you need to do.
Weekly Programs – minimum 6 week programs (for those that want a structure)
We evaluate where you are at and I tell you what is needed to get you where you want to be.  Receive your Weekly Program and do it yourself.  I will join one random session per week to hold you accountable to the program and monitor session intensity/quality.
Personal Training – (need to be pushed or work on specific goals)
I plan the sessions and you simply turn up (gym or outdoors).  These are great for those that don’t have much time and just want to get the sessions done.  I also use them to show/learn a something new or review session quality. It’s important to mention that I offer a tailored individual service but I strongly recommend training in pairs especially if you are training alone.  If you would like a friend (or partner) to join your sessions I am happy for them to tag along, NO EXTRA FEE!
Athlete Mentoring
For Athletes would like need an outside perspective to help keep them focused or make key decisions. Meetings to discuss training plans, video and race reviews.  Open discussions on strength conditioning gym sessions.  Mentoring advice for long term planning & goal setting.But this is not just for the Athletes, many parents need help too, understanding the commitment needed, how to handle and help their child deal with the high and lows. Decisions can also be tough, especially around education, sporting career and life after sport.

About Olympian Stuart McIntosh - My Fitness Mentor

2000 & 2004 Olympian. Elite Sport Coach and Personal Trainer. Urbanist
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