FAQ’s.

Answers to our most frequently asked questions

The national average cost of personal training is $45 to $70 per hour session so that means you can expect to pay around $55.

This depends on your goals and your current fitness levels. As a general rule a minimum of twice a week will help you embed new habits, learn the skills, and develop your central nervous system.

Everyone’s ‘bucket list’ or goals are different, which is why it’s important for your coach to understand what’s important to you.  This will then help determine the right frequency, and remember the longer you spend with the right trainer, the greater the benefit.

How long should you commit for?

After about six to eight weeks with one to two sessions per week, by doing this you’ll find that you have developed new habits and see noticeable improvement.  After that you will have new goals and continue seeing the trainer or you might choose to start exercising on your own.

Noticeable gains will be more apparent after your first 6 weeks. If you’ve previously been working out, noticeable results might take a little longer to manifest, because your body is used to strength training. Expect results in about four to twelve weeks.

  • They use their knowledge to design a personalised programme that matches your goals and skill levels.
  • They are prepared for your session
  • Their on-boarding process includes a health screen and functional movement assessment
  • They make you feel welcome and at ease, and they are always on time
  • They safely, push you out of your comfort zone to help you progress
  • They regularly review your progress and goals
  • They keep in touch, motivate you, and they give you their full attention
  • They don’t try to diagnose illnesses or injuries (but they will refer you to a local health provider if you need it)
  • They won’t try and give you crazy ‘next-craze’ dietary advice.
  • They are authentic and genuinely care about you

Lots of people don’t like to run, (me included) whilst running can be awesome for fat loss and aerobic capacity, we have other cardio options if you prefer not to run.

This lets the trainer understand what’s important to you, and what you’re trying to achieve.  It also lets you get an idea as whether you’re comfortable working with them.

Yes, Blue Bucket Fitness understands that traditional gyms can be intimidating, so training one on one means just that. You and me. (Unless you’ve requested a partner session then it will just be the two of you).

A towel, a water bottle, a smile, a copy of any medical clearance docs if you needed to provide these.

A series of simple movements or exercises designed help identify any restrictions or mobility issues, which can then be taken into consideration as part of your programming

Kinetic Link Training (KLT) is a systematic approach to bio-mechanically balanced full body functional strength training. Now that’s a bit of mouthful.  So here’s what it means for anyone training with Blue Bucket Fitness.

KLT is an efficient programme designed by a Physiotherapist, which focuses on moving with ease through an appropriate range of motion, and moving with strength and control.  KLT will work your body and your mind, and leave you feeling ready for anything.  The movements combine both upper and lower together, so it’s also super efficient.

Blue Bucket Fitness is currently the only Townsville PT certified to deliver Kinetic Link Training.

Yes, Blue Bucket Fitness is air conditioned so you can exercise in comfort.

Comfy gym attire. Something that’s easy to move in. Don’t worry at Blue Bucket Fitness you don’t have to look like an “Insta” model.

Lots of people have conditions which need to be monitored. Be honest about your health during the initially meeting, in some cases you may need to get a clearance to train from your GP or relevant allied health professional. If you need a referral for this, Blue Bucket Fitness can provide that for you.

Functional fitness doesn’t rely on machines.  It focus is on movements that involve the entire body, and generally uses movements more based on what you do every day e.g. squatting.  Because of this functional fitness tends to be quite varied by nature.  Additional functional movement help to build strength, body-conditioning, and general fitness improvements.

Hey… We get it life happens, Blue Bucket Fitness understands. Sessions can be rescheduled, providing ample notice is provided.

Blue Bucket Fitness will cut you some slack for the odd one-off. However regular last minute cancellations limit the ability for us to help others and impact other clients so if make a habit of last minute cancellations these won’t rescheduled or refunded.

Blue Bucket Fitness mobile training is available on request, however it is dependent on the property and location and your fitness outcomes.

Yes

Yes, Blue Bucket Fitness offer boxing cause it is fun, and gets your heart rate up.