First of all, what is ‘Phys’ and what does it mean? The word Phys comes from military slang, meaning to workout, exercise or physically train (Shall we do some Phys today?). As a veteran owned company we thought it would be nice to use this word as our name.
Please don’t take this the wrong way, we won't be seen leaning over you shouting and screaming to get you to work harder. We will provide a level of motivation but also point you in the right direction to be able to self motivate. At the end of the day, if you’re on your own, you need to be able to dig deep and push on, thats how we get results!
We have worked with people from many different backgrounds, no client is ever the same, everyone has different goals and require different levels of guidance.
From people that want to lose weight, to people who want to gain weight, from runners to triathletes and even people who just need that motivation to achieve their goals.
We don't want to bring you into the studio and beast you! Just because you are out of breathe and in pain, doesn’t mean that you are going to get results. We like to train smart and to peoples specific needs, one size does not fit all when it comes to training effectively.
If you want to avoid busy gyms, get taught correct technique for exercises and come up with a solid plan for success, please don’t hesitate to give us a call. We offer complimentary consultations, so come down for a chat, have a think and maybe make the first step to change your life.
Hi my name is Pete and I am the owner of Phys Training.
When i came up with the idea of Phys i wanted my military background as a foundation. Including focus on discipline and mental toughness and how that is so important in our fitness and lifestyle goals.
Then my interest in the science behind training and nutrition, means I am always keeping up to date with the latest evidence based research. I can then create workouts for my clients based on the knowledge I gain.
I served 6 years in the Royal Air Force as an infantry soldier, travelling overseas to the Middle East several times. These experiences taught me the value of how hard work, no matter how hard, is the crucial ingredient to success. You must leave your comfort zone to progress within life and fitness.
Dedication is the second most important aspect, If you cannot dedicate time and effort to your goals, you will always struggle to achieve them.
As a personal trainer I feel it is my job to make sure you reach your goals, through keeping you on track with your progress but also show you how to push yourself to the right limit for your body to change and adapt.
In my time of being a personal trainer my clients have obtained their goals, not through me shouting and pushing them but through motivating and teaching them.
If you are taught how your body works and how to overload it correctly, you will know how to make it change to how you want it.
You can achieve way more than you think, let me show you how and you may even surprise yourself.