A mobile personal trainer service
If you want a Mobile Personal Trainer in Milton Keynes and you want better results than you get from just joining a gym or trying the latest diet, I will help you. I can work at your home, or outdoors, if you live in or around Milton Keynes. I am Peter Moorhead, Celebrate Personal Training is my company, this page is about me, what I do and what I believe is important in your health and fitness.
Are you ready for a change?
When you are ready for change, I will help you to achieve the results you want, working from your home or out in the fresh air, in our fantastic parks and lakes, canal paths and red ways.
Life is a celebration after all
My belief is that life is a celebration, and that exercise should be fun. You may like to read about my qualifications and experience, or even the small print, but perhaps more importantly you may want to know how I help people, the way I work and how I can help you.
How I help with transforming Bodies
My job is to help you make changes so you can be healthy active and happy. I recognise that “you are what you eat” and “a body is meant to be in motion”. I use things like exercise, massage and nutrition to change lives, for the better. All at your convenience – at home.
Become the best you can be on the journey for healthier, more active and longer life
I help people face the critical health, fitness and well-being decisions and make the right choices for extending and enhancing their lives, though regular exercise and healthier eating.
Because you want to look good and feel great.
I can help you by sharing my knowledge and providing the accountability, inspiration and motivation you need to achieve your goals. I work with people who are ready to make positive changes and recognise that they can and will make those changes to enjoy a longer, more active life.
If it’s time to finally transform your body, so you can really enjoy a healthier, more active life, let’s talk.
How I can help to improve your confidence and self esteem
Negative moods such as tension, fatigue, anger and frustration are all relieved by the endorphins our bodies produce through exercise. That’s why exercise makes you feel better and can improve your body image, so you feel attractive and confident, boosting your self-esteem.
Studies have proved that regular physical activity is as effective as psychotherapy for mild to moderate depression. Therapists report that clients who exercise regularly feel better and are less likely to overeat or abuse alcohol and drugs.
Research too, has shown that exercise reduces anxiety and that people who exercise report feeling less stressed. Even five minutes of aerobic exercise (exercise which requires oxygen, such as,running, walking or cycling) can stimulate anti-anxiety effects.
Physical activity may be prescribed for depression and anxiety. It’s not a cure, but it’s cheaper than Prozac and the only side-effects are becoming fitter, looking better and getting some fresh air.
If it’s time to really get into the exercise habit to improve your confidence and self-esteem, let’s talk.
Here's how exercise will boost your Social Life
The benefits of exercise should be enough in themselves, but the positive effects will reflect in every aspects of your life, all day, every day. Exercise brings you into contact with new people who share your interest in that activity. With your enhanced self-esteem and positivity your social life could jump to new heights
Why you should exercise for Happiness
Let’s forget for a moment that exercise makes your body healthier. Sure it fight’s disease and helps you live longer but it’s all hard work; no pain, no gain and all that. “I want to die before I grow old”, isn’t that what Mick Jagger said and look where that got him!
At last, in recent times exercise is recognised as a major benefit to mental health and resilience because exercise releases endorphins in the brain. These endorphins give us a ‘natural high’, euphoria without the come-down! You will have felt it yourself at some time even if it was sometime in the distant past!
You might have been swimming or jogging, or even walking and there is that moment when suddenly it was no longer a struggle and you felt like you could carry on forever. That moment of bliss is thanks to endorphins.
This is how endorphins play their part
Exercise stimulates the release of endorphins, sending these chemicals throughout the body. Endorphin release varies from person to person; some people will feel an endorphin rush, or second wind, after jogging for 10 minutes. Others will jog for half an hour before their second wind kicks in.
You don’t have to exercise vigorously to stimulate endorphin release: meditation, acupuncture, massage therapy, even eating spicy food or breathing deeply – these all cause your body to produce endorphins naturally.
I look forward to meeting you in our Parks, on the redways, along the canals and riverside walks and to sharing the joy of running, cycling, walking and playing out in the fresh air; getting fit, keeping the middle age spread under control and having some fun.
If you’re ready to get outside and celebrate life with me,
What is life if not a celebration?
I believe that exercise should be fun
I want your daily exercise to be a joyful experience, something you look forward to as a treat – just for you. Exercise is not a chore it is fun, invigorating and a real pleasurable experience and I want you to share in it too.
If you want to know more, email me – email@example.com
For a chat about fitness and weight loss, call me on 01908 696771 or email firstname.lastname@example.org