Welcome to Get-Focused.co.uk
The results we achieve are real and life changing. The methods we use are based on years of experience not just with Personal Training and nutrition science but with competing in physique sports. Physique sports require an in depth understanding of not just training and nutrition but the human body. It's this combination of skills which helps clients achieve such dramatic results.
We recognise that everyone is an individual who requires a bespoke personal training programme to achieve their goals.
At Get-Focused Personal Training, you will benefit from dedicated one-to-one sessions. We’ll conduct an initial FREE assessment to create a regime specifically tailored for you, taking into account current fitness, potential injuries, limitations and nutrition.
Located in the quiet countryside just outside of Botley, you’ll find the Meon Valley hotel and Leisure Club. Get-Focused is proud to host its fitness services at this exclusive private health and fitness club.
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The Latest News from Get Focused
After a really tough 12 week cut, I’m proud to announce that I am UKBFF South Coast middle Champion with an invitation to the finals. It’s taken 5 years of grind to bring in the conditioning I achieved and it’s this knowledge which I can pass on to others to help them transform their bodies. Thanks […]
This time of year we see every type of detox known to man advertised. Juice diets, fasting, detox pills…. you name it, someone is cashing in on the biggest MYTH there is. You CAN NOT detox the body undoing months/years of abuse in a matter of days. The truth is, if this “detoxing” movement causes […]
I find it’s more common than not these days to see so many guys who don’t properly work their legs. It completely infuriates me and believe this is partly due to the rise in the physique culture where the focus is just on arms, and pecs. To me it’s the equivalent of sticking pram wheels […]
The claim is that this is the optimal repetition range for building muscle. The origin: In 1954, Ian Macqueen, M.D., an English surgeon and competitive bodybuilder, published a scientific paper in which he recommended a moderately high number of repetitions for muscle growth. The truth: This approach places the muscles under a medium amount of […]