We have many satisfied members who have reached their goals with the help of our experienced personal training staff.
H joined the Park Club Milton as a Personal Trainer in September 2016and here's what a few of his clients have to say...
“I have been working with H over 15 sessions now after a break from the gym due to an injury. He has been supportive and informative to ensure I get stronger around my injury as well as pushing when required. His passion for fitness and life come through from the first meeting as well as his down to earth and realistic approach – highly recommended”.
“H established my objectives from the outset – improve fitness levels in time for some hardcore skiing – and tailored training programme to that. I needed a motivational PT that could push me to my limits whilst making the training fun and varied. He scores on all these points and he’s also a nice guy. Thanks for all your encouragement and help H”.
“H – just a few words to say how much fitter I feel since I started training with you for my next ski trip. I feel so much better prepared for the steep moguls than I did last year and I am looking forward to the challenge! The sessions have progressed gradually and I’m doing things now which I never could have contemplated a month ago, I like the gradual cranking up and your encouragement has made it all feel worthwhile. I’m even starting to look forward to the next session!! “
“H is a great trainer, who understands and listens to your goals and needs. I’m part way through a programme and the changes in my fitness and muscle build have been dramatic. H always creates new exercises making them enjoyable whilst still challenging you at the same time. I would gladly recommend H to my friends, colleagues, and members of the Park Club anytime”.
I am approaching 66 and apart from the normal wear and tear to my joints, I have rugby and skiing injuries which can still flare up. H is very good at handling my varying problems and adapts my programme so that I always have a worthwhile session. He is making a significant improvement to my mobility and fitness.
To contact H or one of our other Personal Trainers please visit our Personal Trainers page.
We are pleased to announce that areas of the gym will open at 5pm tonight (Thursday 9th March). Please be aware that the install of equipment is still continuing and some pieces of kit are not quite ready to use. We are also waiting on one final delivery of equipment and accessories which will arrive tomorrow ready for the weekend.
We are really pleased with the new kit and hope that you will be too. If you require any help in using the new machines please speak to a member of the team who will be available to help.
Soll Leisure is supporting ‘Disabled Access Day’ at Park Club Milton and Willowbrook Leisure Centre.
A reminder that the brand new equipment will be arriving next week and parts of the club will be closed during this time.
We hope you are excited regarding the new equipment coming next week and wanted to advise on what will be happening over the coming days.
The Main Gym and the two weights rooms will be closed from Monday (6th March) and work will begin on replacing the equipment throughout these three rooms. The work is expected to last for up to five days so these areas will be off limits until they are completed.
Our Group Exercise timetable will run as normal with the addition of two indoor cycling classes on Thursday and Friday Morning at 11.30.
We will also be running additional circuit classes at the following times
Outside of the group exercise programme we will make areas available with a small amount of functional training equipment. This will change on a day to day basis and full details can be obtained by calling the club directly on the day.
The sauna and steam room will remain open.
We appreciate your support during next week and hope you agree that this small interruption to normal service will be worth while to ensure a smooth refit ready to enjoy our brand new equipment!
Soll Leisure's funded 'Active Body & Mind' project is in full swing at Park Club Chatham and Ashford, Kent. The project came about after successfully applying for Sport England’s Small Grant’s funding stream, with the aim of the project to support adults with mental health difficulties to lead healthier, more active lifestyles.