Fitness training programmes can be designed to develop one or a number of aspects of physical fitness.  There is fitness for cardiovascular (heart/lung) efficiency, for strength, speed, increased range of movement, muscle endurance, power, agility and balance.

Each aspect of fitness involves varying contributions of the energy systems.  Which type of fitness is important will depend on the needs of the individual.  This is where experience counts on getting the results for the client’s needs knowing which areas of the energy systems (e.g. Anaerobic or Aerobic systems) to work most effectively to get the best results and reach the clients goals.


· Increased physical work capacity (strength, endurance).

· Increased cardiovascular and respiratory efficiency.

· Decreased risk of coronary heart disease.

· Changes in body metabolism (e.g. Reduced level of obesity).

· Delay of physiological aging effects.

· Psychological effects (e.g. Stress reduction, increased self-confidence).

Variety of fitness training is available to the client to reach their specific needs without being bored.

And many more varieties of fitness training can provide the client with fun and excitement.

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