Vital Exercise is better, faster and safer than conventional style gyms because it delivers a researched based exercise programme with real results in minimal time.
(PRWEB UK) 28 May 2013
Although research conducted by Gocompare.com revealed that the top priority for many individuals for the New Year was to lose weight, 77% of consumers admitted to Crunch.co.uk they hadn’t followed through on their resolutions.
And, with £37 million being wasted on unused gym memberships, one East Anglian based businessman wants to combat what are commonly perceived as gym and fitness phobias. Edward Harrison, owner of Vital Exercise, says one of the most common reasons people give up on exercise is lack of time, followed by lack of motivation, embarrassment, intimidation, poor customer service and fitness support, over-crowding and generally feeling unfit.
However, Edward, whose experience in physical body conditioning and strengthening spans more than thirty years, has recently opened a private exercise studio in Brantham, where he offers personal training, working with individuals on a one to one basis or small groups of two or three at a time, in what he says is a non-distractive environment with no audience, no mirrors and no membership fees.
Edward says, "Vital Exercise is better, faster and safer than conventional style gyms because it delivers a researched based exercise programme with real results in minimal time."
The high intensity training enables body transformation with just ‘thirty minutes’ of exercise per week. "It really surprises people when I tell them that with high intensity resistance training they can lose body fat, optimise their cardiovascular health, build strong bones, add lean calorie burning muscle and they can do it all in approximately thirty minutes a week."
Vital Exercise is keen to dispel many training and exercise myths as Edward’s programme and equipment is based on scientific research that has documented and approved proper high intensity training works.
"People want to see results and most are prepared to work at it, providing they get the right support and encouragement. At Vital Exercise they get my undivided attention throughout their workout session. There’s no doubt I work everyone hard but it’s only for thirty minutes once or twice a week – and their only commitment is them!"
Edward adds, "The surprising thing is, you never know who will prevail and who will not. A seventy year old grandmother may have what it takes to succeed, while twenty one year old muscular young man may not."
Vital Exercise is suitable for all ages and is appointment-based. Every exercise detail from each session is recorded and logged and the training session planned but ready for revision if necessary.
Vital Exercise is currently offering a free introductory session; to find out more, visit http://www.vitalexercise.com or call on 07802 206 768.
Vital Exercise is offering free introductory sessions to editors and journalists who would like to review the exercise programme and methods. Further media information about the programme and images are also available for features and more in-depth reviews. Edward Harrison is also available for interviews.