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Wild Training was inspired by our personal training clients for one purpose: To achieve the best possible results for your money. We have created a system that promotes progression in group outdoor exercise something not achieved by many other training companies. Group exercise has a reputation for involving ineffective random boring exercises that are used in poorly planned routines or circuits with instructors that offer little coaching and just make a lot of noise. Wild Training is in a different league. You will use some of the most innovative equipment in the world and some of the most effective programmes ever created in systems that have never failed to achieve our clients results.
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I go to wild training 3 times a week. It works outs far cheaper than the gym and cheaper than a Personal trainer but as good as one. It is structured in a way to keep you motivated (weekly changes and 8 weekly phases) if you use machines (running machines,cross trainers.etc..) you may find wild training a shock, as machine exercise does much of the effort (without the benefit), wild training is about your body doing the exercise in an innovative way. Each training session goes really quickly and you are motivated to try as hard as you can for the hour - which creates such a high at the end. after 3 weeks I found I had more energy and looking forward to the next session. if you are into fitness this is a way to do it.
peter hart - 24/07/2011
Wild Training is easily the best training i have done - the most rewarding and fun. I have done the gym thing and nearly all the exercise classes around (Spinning/Body Pump/Body Combat/Pilates/Circuits) and this tops them all in terms of enjoyment & all round excercise! Wild Training offers you something different from your bog standard gym classes as its not repatative and doesn't get boring. It changes every week and so does the intensity and after a few weeks of doing it you can't believe how far you have come from your initial first session. The training is different - unless you have had a decent PT, you're unlikely to have used most of the equipment before, or indeed focus on it enough to actually see yourself getting better with it. It is without doubt the most gruelling workout i have ever done and it kills me every time i go but i love it once i've finished! With the training comes your own 'Mr Miyagi' Wild Trainer - Darrell. Although i've never seen him catch flies with chop sticks (although i'm pretty sure he could), he can suspend himself horizontally from a pole, which actually tops the fly thing in my books in terms of fitness and training! He manages and motivates each and every person in the group brilliantly, making your personal goal a goal for him also (he likes challenges!). You also get the food plan as part of the 3 sessions a week package. Nothing scary in it (coming from a picky eater!), just helpful advice and tools for a 'leaner/healthier you'. All in all you can't ask for any more than that when looking in to an all round health solution! To add on to what Cath said about the groups, everyone there is really good fun, friendly and supportive - you actually get to know the people you train with which makes turning up a lot easier!!! I can't recommend this training enough. Come down and try it - i guarantee you'll come back for more! Faye - Amersham Wild Training
Faye Vaughan - 22/07/2011
Who goes to Wild training? Gym Phobics, those new to excercising in a group (and outdoors) and the Super fit Gym/Sports addicts. My husband started going about 8 weeks ago mainly to support Darrell, who is an excellent trainer and a thoroughly nice chap. After two sessions he was hooked. constantly going on about how great it was, how great he felt, how much wieght he had lost, how much more "toned" he was! I was curious to explore his new addiction and to validate his wild claims! so I agreed to a trial session..... 7 weeks later I too am addicted, all his claims were true! the sessions are varied and intense (you can go at your own maximum pace, the focus is on improvement) The groups are very friendly and supportive. the food plan is well thought out and even if you do not have the discipline to follow it to the letter, just changing what you eat and when will make a big difference. Behind the sessions is a great deal of planning, a lifetime of experience and research to make sure that you get maximum results from your training and your diet. When asked if he like training Usain Bolt replied "No, but I like winning" .......... The Wild training team are passionate about their brand and dedicated to helping you WIN your battle, however large or small. So give it a try!, It's the nearest you can get to a personal training session for less that Â£5.00 a go. However, be warned ................. it is very addictive and it will improve your health. Cath Hart . Amersham wild training.
catherine hart - 22/07/2011