The New Level Personal Training studio in Newtown (Geelong) played host to yet another successful seminar on Monday the 14th of May. Entitled the ‘Benefits of Supplementation’, the evening seminar was the third event of an ongoing monthly seminar series.
The New Level Personal Training studio in Newtown, Geelong staged an extremely successful personal development seminar on Monday 16th of April. The evening session, entitled ‘Get off the Hampster Wheel of Life!’ was the second of a regular monthly series of health and personal development seminars for clients and the general public.
The New Level Personal Training studio in the inner Geelong suburb of Newtown has undergone some major changes over the past month, coinciding with the recent full time appointment of Jen Etcell as Sales Manager/Personal Trainer. This has allowed studio owner Tonci Prusac to co-ordinate numerous other projects as well as embark on an exciting strategic development plan for the establishment, which is going to greatly benefit the studio’s ever growing clientele base.
The results diary is an aspect of training towards a goal that doesn’t get much of a mention these days. With all of the apps, websites and literature out there on food and nutrition people seem to think of it as an archaic form of keeping track. However the results diary is one of the best and easiest ways to keep you on track. One should think of it as either evidence that you’re doing the right thing nutrition wise or the smack in the face you need to wake you up to bad habits.
Simon was in the cooking industry for 10 years and decided to make a career change to Personal Training. His former career as a chef gives him a great advantage when designing nutrition plans for his clients. Simon knows what works and what doesn’t, how to prepare food quickly, and has lots of tips for […]
Yes, it’s Friday afternoon and a lot of our clients are indeed social and do like a drink. At New Level Personal Training, we don’t proclaim to be ‘carrot-eating marathon runners who don’t have social lives’, so therefore, we don’t expect our clients do the same.