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What do I bring to my free PT taster session?

Come wearing comfortable gym kit, i.e. tracksuit bottoms/leggings and a breathable top. Bring a sweat towel and bottle of water, as I will get you working during the session. Maybe a change of tops might be a good idea, in case it’s covered in sweat and sticking to you. If you are coming to see me during the warmer months, then you could even bring a yoga mat and do some stretching outside in the garden after your session. Don’t worry if you forget your yoga mat, as I do keep a spare one in the studio.

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What our clients say

I really enjoy Carlos’s half an hour training session. More so than previous trainers I have worked with when an hour seems too long and can become tedious. Carlos’s gym is great – perfect size for one-to-one sessions and he has all the cardio equipment you might want for a warm-up or to continue your workout. He’s also a great boxing trainer. Highly recommended.

Tracy Waxman

I’m so happy to have discovered The Carlos Method this year. I’ve dabbled a bit with other trainers and gyms/classes in the past, but this is the best service I’ve found by far. Carlos is a brilliant trainer and clearly so dedicated to what he does. It’s a very welcoming environment and the 30-minute format works well in terms of intensity + time effectiveness. Carlos also always ensures to tailor everything to my needs (and remembers my strengths & weaknesses so I feel in safe hands). Before/after your sessions you are also allowed to use the gym facilities to do additional cardio etc. which makes it super value for money. I would highly recommend to people of all ages and abilities.

Heather Makin

I have been going to Carlos for several years now and he has really helped me improve my fitness. It is a small, friendly, and comfortable studio with great equipment. Carlos really knows his stuff and tailors his training programs to your needs and goals. Highly recommend!

Lynsey Taylor

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