Q. Where are your training sessions held and what are the hours?
A. Our sessions are held six mornings per week including one evening session at three locations: Wheatsheaf Park, Woking Park and St. Hugh of Lincoln Church Hall. Please see our timetable for details.
Q. How many sessions can I attend under your group plan of £29 per month?
A. You can attend unlimited group sessions under our monthly group plan.
Q. What is your enrolment process?
A. When you contact us and express interest in our programme, we will invite you for a free trial. You will be asked to fill out a registration form and fitness questionnaire to establish your fitness goals, what you hope to achieve, and your ability to perform the exercises in our sessions. If you have any medical conditions that prevent you from doing any form of exercise, we ask that you see your doctor for advise. Once you confirm your membership, you will be asked for payment before commencing your first session with us.
Q. Do I have to pay a membership fee and can I cancel at anytime?
A. There are no other fees to pay except the fees for your chosen fitness plan, which is paid monthly in advance of the start of your classes. There is no minimum term contract, so you can cancel at anytime or suspend your membership temporarily if required.
A. We have three fitness plans you can choose from:- Group Sessions, One-to-One PT and Run Club. Please see the following link for details.
Q. Are children allowed to attend your sessions?
A. Yes! Squat2Fit supports mums through fitness and we understand that you sometimes need to bring your children with you. We are fortunate to be located on parks where there are playgrounds and lots of room for your children to play safely.
Q. I never exercise and have very little fitness, will I be able to handle your classes?
A. The simple answer is Yes! Before starting our programme, we will discuss your fitness goals and understand how we can design a fitness plan to suit your lifestyle and objectives. Our small group sessions are designed to suit each individual and our workouts are challenging but fun.
Q. How many days per week do I need to work-out?
A. This depends on your health and fitness goals. You would need to dedicate at least 2-3 times a week to see results. If fewer than that, each workout can seem as if you are starting all over again each time.
Q. What are the best exercises for getting rid of muffin tops/bat wings/inner thigh bulge.
A. If you have excess fat in any of these areas, chances are that you have them everywhere. This is not just isolated to one area of the body. You can’t spot reduce, as no exercise will target fat cells in just one part of the body. You need a proper nutrition and exercise plan to achieve this. This is where a personal trainer comes in handy.
Q. How frequently should I see a Personal Trainer?
A. This depends on each individual. If you are just getting started with your exercise and nutrition, need motivation and support to exercise, or have an injury you are working through, then you will probably need to see a trainer at least once or twice a week. Once you have consistently progressed with your fitness programme, you may decide to reduce your personal training to bi-weekly sessions.
Q. How quickly will I see the results of my training?
A. You can expect to feel the results quicker than you see them. People who start an exercise program and are consistent with their workouts and nutrition, normally see a difference in their energy levels, sleep patterns and mood changes within two to three weeks. The changes in your body composition may take longer. However, consistency in your fitness and nutrition is key for quicker results. Rather than obsess about weighing yourself on the scales, take a lighter approach and use a pair of old jeans that now fit comfortably well as an indication that you are well on your way of achieving your fitness goals.
Q. In the event of an emergency is there a qualified first aider on hand?
A. Yes! Kim Valente, the owner of Squat2Fit is a qualified emergency first aider. Kim can attend to someone who is injured or ill and keep them safe until an advanced medical practitioner is able to take over.