Train with Tone Personalised Plans
1 Train with Tone - Training Program – Strength, Fitness, Bodybuilding, Bulking, Competition Training, Recovery - All Programs are bespoke and adjustments are made when necessary.
2 Diet with Tone – Nutation advice – Clean Bulk, Competition Prep, Fat Loss, Intermittent Fasting, Plant Based, Healthy Eating Plan – All suggested Meal Plans are individual to your goals and amended where necessary
3 Mindfulness with Tone - Daily Stress reduction exercises and guided meditations for stress, anxiety and manifesting your goals and desires.
4 Supplements with Tone - All supplement stacks and cycles revealed that helped me get big and shredded as a Champion Bodybuilder – Off Season, Pre-Contest, PCT, TRT, My moderation protocols.
A Brief History of Personal Training
I Personal Training is something that has evolved over the last 30 years since I started training in the 80's. Back then, large, chain commercial gyms were somewhat of a rarity and most of us lifted weights in traditional barbell clubs or worn down, backstreet gyms. If we wanted advice and help with our training we would go to the "old guy who used to compete" and we would buy him a protein drink after training to say Thank you. We were more self-reliant and really learned the craft of pumping iron. The "old guy" was always there when you needed him but our own progress was our responsibility.
Then came the birth of the commercial Gym in the 90's and every one either had a personal trainer or was a personal trainer. A typical session would cost up to £50 per hour, but finding the right trainer would be hit and miss and often you would have just a choice of a 6 or 7 young inexperienced PTs that worked from the commercial gym where you were a member. Some were good, others not so much but at least you had someone count your reps for you and put your weights away.
Then around the 2020 during a Global Pandemic, gyms were forced to close and people started training at home. They looked to Social Media for their ideas and motivation but with so many Fit-Pros and Fitness Models offering so many Fad Programs and Diets people became confused as to who to listen to. Then when the gyms opened back up people were unsure whether they should even listen to their Personal Trainer never mind paying him £50 an hour when they got on fine at home without him. However they still needed a good program and someone to go to for advice and encouragement when things got tricky.
My advice is to go back to listening to that "old guy at the gym who used to compete" he knows his stuff and had the life experience to help you face any obstacle as he's faced them all.
Well how we have come a full circle as I am now that guy. Only you don't have to go looking for that back street gym to find me
as I've moved with the times and am now helping people all over the World online and all it will cost you is the price of a daily protein shake. How we have come a full circle.