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  • High Intensity Interval Training

  • Live, 1-to-1, online workouts

  • SHORT & INTENSE (30-40 min's)

  • 4-6 week programmes


  • 4-6 week intensive programmes

  • 2-3 HIIT sessions per week

  • workouts are 1-1*, and live via Zoom or Skype

  • exercise at home, outdoors, at work - wherever works for you!

  • maximum session time = 40 minutes - ideal if you're in a rush!

  • flexible scheduling - fit in your quick, effective workouts around your day.


Consistency is key - your programme will be adapted to make sure you don't miss out on workouts!

* get in touch via the contact form at the bottom of the page for partner/group workout options


High Intensity Interval Training...

Interval Training: refers to the concept of alternating between periods of higher and lower exercise intensities. For example, alternating between relatively short running and walking intervals. There's usually (but not always) a pre-determined structure eg. 30 seconds running, 60 seconds walking...

This form of exercise is in contrast to 'Continuous Training'. Example: a 40 minute jog at a steady pace.

The main benefit of interval training, is that it allows you to spend time exercising at a higher level compared to continuous training. When planned properly, interval training can therefore be significantly more efficient and less time-consuming, while producing the same (often superior) results!

While it is possible to train with intervals in a random way eg. slow down/speed up 'whenever you feel like it'... this may not be the most efficient way to produce specific, target results.

Designing an Interval Training programme correctly will produce more predictable outcomes. For example, by controlling exercise intensity, interval times, rest times, workout duration and workout frequency, Interval Training can be modified to produce target results while also allowing for your programme to be adapted to suit your lifestyle.

'High Intensity' Interval Training predictably requires exercise intensity to be greater than other Interval Training methods. Not only can this lead to impressive results, but also allows for workout duration to be much shorter ('Tabata Training', an example of VERY high intensity interval training has been shown to produce results via workouts that last for just 4 minutes!) ...

...HIIT essentially follows a 'Quality over Quantity approach - ideal if you are short on time!


Benefits of Interval Training

- increased metabolic rate and fat-burning
- aerobic AND anaerobic fitness (running performance, sports performance, recovery eg.recovery between sets at the gym and much, much more)
- decrease abdominal fat and body weight while maintaining muscle mass
- time-efficient
- improves blood pressure
- improves cardiovascular health
- improved insulin sensitivity (which helps the exercising muscles more readily use glucose for fuel to make energy and may help protect against the development of type 2 diabetes)
- improvements in cholesterol
- no gym membership required
- no/minimal equipment required.

Check BEFORE You Get In Touch...

This is a 4, 5 or 6 week, High Intensity Interval Training Programme.

  • Check your schedule - can you fit in 2-3 x 30-40 minute workouts per week for the duration of your programme?

  • The workouts are designed to be short, effective & efficient. The exercises are high intensity. While this is relative to your fitness level, the sessions are challenging. Check with your GP if you have any concerns regarding intense exercise (note that there is a health screening process prior to the start of your programme).

  • Motivation & Accountability are provided - Consistency is key to the success of your programme. Check your schedule again - your programme lasts for 4-6 weeks and you will be held accountable for attending your workouts.

If you are ok with the above...

Get in touch to find out more...


For further information, or to arrange a FREE consultation (phone or online eg. Zoom), please complete the form below.