City Personal Trainer Designs Brand New Workout
15 JANUARY 2013
SummaryVeteran London Personal Trainer, Chris Hines, has just designed a brand new workout. After spending the last 10 years working in London’s Square Mile he has overseen the development of City Blast Workout.
London, UK - There are many fitness options in the square mile and having spent much of the last decade working within this environment, fitness expert Chris Hines spotted the need for a unique kind of workout. Using his experience of coaching outdoor boot camps along with a strong sports coaching background, Hines developed a high intensity 30 minute workout that uses sports drills and old school equipment similar to boot camp exercises and applied it to his City clientele. The results have been very favourable with many of Hines’s clients losing up to a stone in 3 weeks.
The sessions are only 40 minutes long which is highly desirable to the average time pressed City worker. The workout sessions alternate bursts of high intensity cardio with full body weight exercises using kettle bells, medicine balls and even boxing punch bags! Hines is based in a bespoke corporate gym in the heart of the Square Mile, a stones’ throw from Liverpool Street station.
Hines remarks, “When you’re competing against the big box gyms and some very slick high end studios you need to think outside the box a little bit. That’s why I came up with the idea of the City Blast Workout– I wanted my clients to get the benefits of an hour’s workout in only 40 minutes. It took a little time to perfect the right exercises to maximise the benefits of the routine but I got there in the end.”
Hines’s exercise routines are not for the faint hearted and fly in the face of conventional wisdom and he is often deemed somewhat controversial but he enjoys telling it how it is.
“Some of the workouts are pretty brutal but they deliver the results the clients want and many of the Type A personalities I train in the City enjoy the challenge of the workout.” Hines goes on to say.
For lots more information on his exercise programmes and also his contrary approach to nutrition visit the website. His website which also doubles as a blog allows people to ask him questions and interact with him like a forum. You can currently book a free body diagnostic with Hines himself where he’ll put you through a series of tests before giving you a sample workout plan to guarantee that you reach your fitness goals.
If you’re interested in trying out Hines’s new workout then sign up at his website which can be found at http://www.citypersonaltrainer.com/