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Tiger Athletic offers custom fitness solutions based on your health assessment and goals in our private, modern, appointment only strength and conditioning gym in Sandton. We offer a structured, action-oriented exercise and nutrition programs to improve fitness and aesthetic appearance, reduce health risks and promote healthy behavior through extraordinary 45 minute workouts that are simple, efficient and effective.
In South Africa at least 62% of the population is overweight, raising the risk of morbidity from hypertension; hyperlipidemia; type 2 diabetes; coronary heart disease (CHD); stroke; gallbladder disease; osteoarthritis; sleep apnea and respiratory problems; and endometrial, breast, prostate and colon cancers. Obesity and being overweight is the second leading cause of preventable deaths globally. Let’s get you healthy.
All sessions in our state-of-the-art strength and conditioning gym are personal trainer led. We have a private shower and change room, premium coffee, tea and cold refreshments are available as well as audio and visual entertainment in a de-stress area. You can pop in, workout and return to your everyday grind refreshed and refocused in under an hour.
Your personal trainer Aubrey, is a Coaching Science graduate and holds a 6th degree black belt in Karate with 25 years experience as a high performance athlete and coach. He designs safe and effective exercise programs and provides the guidance to help clients achieve their personal goals through one on one’ or small group training.
Physical exercise is the most effective way of actively preventing and fighting diseases which are associated with a sedentary lifestyle, bad eating habits, stress and an ageing population. Across the globe annually, millions of people die each year because of physical inactivity.
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Martial Science: Ranks & Titles
People studying karate at the colour-belt level tend to think of a black belt as their ultimate goal. That frame of mind is useful up to a point, but once black belt level is reached an attitude adjustment usually becomes necessary.
To achieve Shodan level (first-degree black belt) is really just the beginning of one’s “professional” training as a serious martial artist. New black belts, who think they are now pretty hot stuff, often get a rude awakening when they attend their first black belt sparring class. It is not uncommon at that time for higher-ranked black belts to administer a sort of informal “initaiation” in which the newcomer is thoroughly dominated and defeated in every match. The message is that he has a tremendous amount yet to learn, and some humility would be appropriate.
In all, there are ten Dan levels of black belt, each promotion requiring somewhat longer to achieve than the last, so that to reach 10th Dan one must generally be getting a bit elderly (though not necessarily frail, as for example Hanshi George Anderson, who can still knock people around quite easily). Usually a proficiency test is not required after 4th Dan, the promotion being based more on years of experience and on “contributions” to the advancement of karate. Incidentally, the rank certificates from the official certifying organizations also escalate in price, up to hundreds or even thousands of dollars at higher Dan levels.
Ranks are one thing but titles are another; titles do not generally come automatically with rank, but must be awarded or bestowed separately by the certifying organizations. Each title is usually restricted to a certain Dan level or above, but is not necessarily granted at that level, or ever.
There is also the subject of “cross ranks,” that is, black belt ranks in related martial arts conferred without any special testing or training in them. For some systems (e.g. kobudo or jujitsu), a cross rank can be awarded simply by demonstrating proficiency to a master authorized to grant rankings. In some cases the cross rank is awarded at a higher Dan level than the existing karate rank held by a yudansha.
There are no rules governing the waiting periods between ranks given for different martial arts, or for the same martial art given by different underwriting authorities. Shihan Linebarger, for example, was awarded his 6th Dan in karate in 1992, his 7th Dan in Taekwondo in 1993, and his 8th Dan in “Chinese Martial Arts Sciences” in 1992, all through Master Anderson.
Finally, there is the subject of “honorary” black belts, a respected tradition approved by international organizations including the Federation of All-Japan Karate-do Organizations (now the Japan Karate Federation, JKF), and the International Traditional Karate Federation (ITKF). The award of rank is in recognition of an individual’s direct or indirect service and support of the development of karate. To qualify, the individual must also have the respect of the community by virtue of good character. The full range of 10 Dan grades is available, the first four of which recognize people who have supported or contributed indirectly to the development of karate at the local community level (1st Dan), who have given direct support locally (2nd Dan), who have given indirect support at the national level (3rd Dan), and direct support at the national level (4th Dan). The higher ranks are reserved for local and national dignitaries, leaders and sovereigns, and for international leaders and internationally respected figures. Rank can also be bestowed on individuals who have applied themselves diligently and have achieved a high level of spiritual development, but who have a physical limitation or handicap, especially those who have contributed to the advancement of karate through research. A short glossary of titles and their meanings is given below, not all of which apply to every system.
Honorary title sometimes awarded to 9th or 10th Dan karateka who are over 55 years old and have held the title of kyoshi for at least 15 years. Literally, “exemplary teacher,” and usually the master of a system or style. According to George Anderson (himself a Hanshi), the title indicates spiritual and organizational responsibility for an entire discipline. This is the highest position attainable in Japanese/Okinawan martial arts. It was once translated as “grandmaster,” but that term is considered to be too ostentatious by some (though we still use it for Grandmaster Trias).
President of a major recognized national federation (kai) or international association.
The administrative head of a Kan or house of business. Sometimes also the highest ranking instructor of a style worldwide, or the owner of a particular dojo.
Honorary title sometimes awarded to 7th or 8th Dan karateka who are 40 years old or older and have held the title of renshi for at least 10 years. Literally “expert instructor,” perhaps equivalent to an “assistant professor.”
The English-language title of “Master” is typically associated with 5th Dan. In some systems it is adopted automatically at that level, whereas in others it requires a Master’s Teaching Certificate from an accrediting organization in order to be considered official. Meijin Literally “wise man,” a rarely used title for only the oldest, most dedicated and most skilled of instructors in a system. The title carries with it a sense of genius in the martial arts, and may also imply attainment of a high spiritual level.
Literally “person without Dan rank,” a colour-belt ranked person.
“Great teacher,” a term usually reserved for the founding father of a system, or one who has achieved great standing internationally and among all practitioners of the style. It is used only for rare individuals, and carries connotations of reverence and affection from the students. Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969), for example, was the founder of Aikido and is still referred to affectionately as “O’Sensei.” Among Shuri-ryu practitioners the term is reserved for Grandmaster Robert Trias.
Honorary title sometimes awarded to 5th or 6th Dan karateka who are 35 years old or older and have held 5th Dan rank for at least two years. Literally, a “polished expert,” and usually an assistant to a higher-ranked kyoshi. According to George Anderson, a renshi is “in spiritual and organizational charge” of one section of a system. (Fifth Dan is considered equivalent to a Master’s Degree).
A term for a senior student, usually brown belt or first-Dan black belt, and often used only when the student is assisting the sensei, or leading a class in his stead.
A sensei is simply a “teacher,” literally “one who has gone before,” i.e. is older or has taken the same path as the student but is now farther along. Usually each dojo has only one sensei, the owner or highest-ranked instructor.
A “teacher of teachers” responsible for the structure and standards of style of those sensei’s under his authority. Most shihan have a rank of sixth Dan or above, and preside over their own style, or at least over a group of schools each under a sensei. The title of shihan carries with it the privilege of wearing the red and white sectioned belt. (The title of shihan is considered equivalent to a Ph.D. or Professorship.)
A rarely used term for “the great and unique leader of a major group.”
Honorary title uncommonly used but sometimes awarded to 3rd or 4th Dan karateka. Literally, “expert.”
Holder of a black belt, at any level. Other Titles Many other titles may be encountered from time to time.
A term, originating in Buddhist temples, which refers to the “master of a family-household” (in the sense that a martial arts teacher and his students constituted a sort of family).
Translates as “peaceful worshipper” but also refers to a “chief priest” in charge of martial arts training at a Buddhist temple. Other terms used to signify the headmaster of a style include taiso (“great master”), soshi (“head teacher”), doshu (“master of the Way”), soshu (“master of the art”), and kaiso (“opening ancestor” or founder of a style).
- ANDERSON, G.E. (1994) an overview of the belt system. Handout, International Bujitsu Development and Research Foundation, Tucson Seminar, October 9-10, 1994. p. 8-9.
- DURBIN, W. (1995) the puzzling maze of ranks and titles: Shihan, Sensei, Soke, Shodan—what does it all mean? Black Belt magazine, vol. 33, no. 11 (November), p. 30-33, 134-135, 140.
- FARKAS, E., and CORCORAN, J. (1983) the Overlook Martial Arts Dictionary. Overlook Press, New York, 305 pages.
- FREDERIC, L. (1991) A Dictionary of the Martial Arts. Charles Tuttle Co., Boston, 276 pages.
- KIM, R. (1993) Tradition, standards, discipline. Dojo magazine, autumn 1993, p. 6-10.
- SELLS, J. (1994) Karate-do and the black belt; how the masters got their ranks. Dojo magazine, winter 1994, p. 14-19.
- TRIAS, R.A. (1987) the Pinnacle of Karate. Rank Designation Requirements, p. 407. Privately published.
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Tiger Athletic Sandton personal training helps provide you with the strength, stability, power, mobility, endurance and flexibility that you need to thrive as you move through your life and sports.
Tiger Athletic Sandton is an upscale fitness facility that offers revolutionary, goal-specific strength & conditioning programs to train executives and discerning individuals.
We use state-of-the-art strength & conditioning equipment, methods and revolutionary circuits, providing an extraordinary workout that is simple, efficient and effective in 45 minutes. All this in the heart of Sandton!
There is a private shower/ change room facility, premium coffee, refreshments and bespoke media entertainment so you can pop in and workout and return to your everyday grind refreshed and refocused in under an hour!
Life is unpredictable and unstable. So why would you develop your training using stable and predictable routines and equipment? No matter your fitness goal or ability, treat variety and practical application as critical components of your training. You don’t live in a vacuum, so why would you train in one?
Tiger Athletic Sandton’s body specific programs challenge the entire body in every plane of motion with versatile, state-of-the art equipment to perform exercises that improve movement on the field or in life.
The program uses information about you garnered from a thorough physical and mental assessment, Powercore strength equipment and Assault Air Bikes as your primary training tools along with modern training aids like resistance harnesses, training hurdles, speed cones and weighted balls while you hop, skip, jump, squat, lunge, twist and laugh your way to your ideal body!
Training packages start from as little as R 250 per session!
Tiger Athletic Sandton introduces Tigerobics, a fun, modern, effective, time efficient, workout to burn fat and sculpt lean muscles.
Long ago, to survive as a warrior, sharp skills in combat, top physical conditioning and clarity of mind had to be maintained. To achieve this, warriors practiced daily; it was a part of their “job”.
Today we have other jobs and many demands on our time which take their toll on both our minds and bodies. Yet these same combat skills can be of great benefit to anyone seeking a non conventional, exciting way to invest in themselves to keep both physically and mentally fit!
Tigerobics fuses martial arts and coaching science. The result? A physical fitness program that is both challenging and fun!
Tiger Athletic Sandton uses state-of-the-art strength & conditioning equipment, Coaching Science and revolutionary circuits, providing an extraordinary workout that is simple, efficient and effective in 45 minutes. All this in the heart of Sandton!
There is a private shower/ change room facility, premium coffee, refreshments and bespoke media entertainment so you can pop in and workout and return to your everyday grind refreshed and refocused in under an hour!
Your personal trainer Aubrey, is a health/fitness professional that uses an individualized approach to assess, motivate, educate and train clients regarding their health and fitness needs. He designs safe and effective exercise programs and provides the guidance to help clients achieve their personal goals. A Black Belt and graduate in Coaching Science, he employs modern, effective methods to measure and nurture your development.
So when want an hour to invest in your personal well, being it to shed a few kilos and tone your body or to relaxing your mind in fresh and innovative way.
Book a personal class and start training like a professional athlete. It’s the only sure way to get real, lasting results quickly and safely!
Outdoor Fitness is a fresh, innovative, modern take on the age old physical conditioning principle of outdoor calisthenics. Set in the outdoor environment, with world class fitness instruction and backed by Johannesburg’s premier personal training studio, this program offers you a unique opportunity to condition yourself outside of the confines of a gym.
This program employs calisthenics which are exercises consisting of a variety of gross motor movements; often rhythmical and generally without equipment or apparatus. They are, in essence, body-weight training. They are intended to increase body strength, body fitness, and flexibility, through movements such as pulling or pushing oneself up, bending, jumping, or swinging, using only one’s body weight for resistance; usually conducted in concert with stretches. When performed vigorously and with variety, calisthenics can provide the benefits of muscular and aerobic conditioning, in addition to improving psychomotor skills such as balance, agility and coordination.
We believe everyone is an athlete! We believe you can get fit and healthy at any age with the right motivation and fitness instruction!
While the great outdoors are a key component of this fitness program, you also get the opportunity to exercise with one of South Africa’s top personal trainers according to the industry respected Personal Trainer South Africa website and get an opportunity to join your personal trainer Aubrey for custom fitness sessions at premier fitness studio, Tiger Athletic Sandton!
You are encouraged to move at your own pace and encouraged to push yourself as hard as you personally are willing to go! Sessions are always motivational, safe, different and fun! Whether you are a beginner, an enthusiastic amateur or a competitive professional, we will train you to look and feel like an athlete.
Calisthenic training provides you with the strength, stability, power, mobility, endurance and flexibility that you need to thrive as you move through your life and sports. You use basic functional movement patterns like pushing, pulling, hinging, squatting, rotating, carrying and gait patterns (walking and running) every day. This program utilizes exercises that improve your movement proficiency in these primary patterns to give you an edge and enhance your performance so you can achieve your goals safely and with good health.
Life is unpredictable and unstable. So why would you develop your training using stable and predictable routines and equipment? No matter your fitness goals or ability, your personal trainer Aubrey, treats variety and practical application as critical components of your training. Every training session is as different and unique as you are! You don’t live in a vacuum, so why would you train in one?
Outdoor Fitness challenges the entire body in every plane of motion with versatile, scalable tools that anyone, anywhere can use to perform exercises that improve movement on the field or in life. The program uses the physical characteristics of the environment; the stairs, grass, playgrounds, rooftops….anywhere! as your primary training tools along with modern training aids like resistance harnesses, training hurdles, speed cones and weighted balls while you hop, skip, jump, squat, lunge, twist and laugh your way to your ideal body!
Your personal trainer Aubrey uses an individualized approach to assess, motivate, educate and coach clients regarding their health and fitness needs. Aubrey is a graduate of The Exercise and Training Academy with a National Diploma in Coaching Science (Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Performers), Coach Rugby (Beginner to Advanced), Coach Football (Beginner to Advanced), Flexi-Sports Germany Athlete & Master Trainer for FLEXI-BAR® and XCO®-TRAINER, Advanced Diploma in Electromyostimulation and holds a 6th Dan Black Belt in Traditional Okinawan Karate. Aubrey designs safe and effective exercise programs providing you with the guidance and support to achieve your personal and professional goals!
This program is available on location every month end and on order and can be delivered to your school, office or playground, in fact anywhere where people want to get together and have fun losing weight and getting healthy!
Understanding Overweight & Obesity
Global industrialization, mechanization, automation and the ‘connected world’ has decreased man’s participation in rigorous physical work and play, enabled more leisure time and greatly increased the availability of easily available fast food and sedentary entertainment. These mostly positive advances have in some instances negatively affected societies’ health. The societal changes alongside other lifestyle factors have led to an increased prevalence of obesity, hyperlipidemia, diabetes, disordered eating and eating disorders.
Your personal trainer Aubrey, is equipped to screen you for these nutritionally related conditions, he has the specialist training and unique advantage of being able to refer clients to top medical practitioners to obtain accurate medical assessments from the right medical specialist when needed for weight related conditions, sports/occupational injuries and medical nutritional therapy to provide a total weight management solution as your trainer’s role is program design and execution along with lifestyle change support.
Overweight and Obesity are a major public health concerns globally. These conditions raise the risk of morbidity from hypertension; hyperlipidemia; type 2 diabetes; coronary heart disease; stroke; gallbladder disease; osteoarthritis; sleep apnea; respiratory problems; and endometrial, breast, prostrate and colon cancers. Further, higher body weights are also associated in all cause mortality. Overweight and Obesity are among the leading causes of preventable deaths globally.
Your personal trainer Aubrey, selects appropriate prevention strategies and designs effective exercise programs based on understanding the complex and important differences between overweight and obesity; People who are obese have a significantly greater excess of weight, particularly adipose tissue mass than those who are overweight. The percentage of adipose tissue as opposed to fat free tissue is higher in persons who are obese, i.e. people who are obese have significantly increased their fat stores without a concomitant increase in muscle mass.
Persons who are obese, are generally likely to have a larger positive energy balance over a longer period of time than those who are overweight. The positive energy balance is from a decrease in physical activity with an increase in food consumption. Energy balance occurs when you consume as many calories as you expend, resulting in no change in body weight. A positive energy balance, or consuming more calories than you expend will result in an increase in body weight. Conversely, a negative energy balance, or the consumption of less calories than one expends will lead to a decrease in body weight.
On average, obese persons have a higher resting metabolic rate and expend more energy on activities than those who are overweight or of normal weight; Why? Moving a heavy mass requires more energy.
These differences and their implications indicate that a sedentary lifestyle or a low level of habitual activity is the reason for a large proportion of adult and adolescent overweight cases. In layman’s terms it is possible for an individual to become overweight by decreasing their levels of activity without increasing their daily caloric intake.For this segment of the population (overweight), early intervention with increased physical activity in the form of an exercise program is vital to sidestep the onset of potentially fatal lifestyle diseases.
The role and responsibility of your Tiger Athletic personal trainer Aubrey, in the preparticipation screening process is through the acronym MATER.
- Motivate performance and compliance.
- Assess health status.
- Train clients safely and effectively to meet individual objectives.
- Educate clients to be informed consumers
- Refer clients to health care professionals where necessary
The most important principle underlying the consultation and health appraisal process is to screen you for risk factors and symptoms of chronic cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic and orthopedic diseases in order to optimize safety during exercise testing and participation. Assessing and focusing on your health status and stratifying risk as a basis for referral to a team of onsite health care professionals is what separates training with Tiger Athletic from any other personal training service provider in South Africa.
After the consultation and health appraisal, your personal trainer Aubrey, needs to collect more information regards your current level of fitness and skills before developing an exercise program for you. Appropriate body specific physical assessments are selected after thoughtful consideration of your unique health and exercise history and personal wellness goals.
The purposes of assessment are to gather baseline data and to provide a basis for developing goals and effective exercise programs. Gathering and evaluating the various pieces of information gives your personal trainer Aubrey, a broader perspective of who you are. The process and data collected assist your personal trainer, in identifying potential areas of injury and reasonable starting points for recommended intensities and volumes of exercise based on those goals and fitness outcomes regarding your weight management.
Communicating the results to you in an individualized training program, that incorporates your personal wellness goals and interests is what we regard as the “personal” in personal training and what separates your personal trainer Aubrey, from the rest ensuring your weight management success.
Book an assessment and ensure that you achieve your personal wellness and weight management goals safely and effectively with a specialist who will assess and train you like the unique individual you are.
Breakfast:Five Perfect Protein Sources.
Eggs may be the most popular protein choice for breakfast, but don’t get stuck thinking inside the shell. Check out these 5 awesome, unconventional protein sources!
You need to prioritize protein at breakfast. The macronutrient serves a number of important functions when consumed during your first meal of the day.
To begin with, protein helps put the brakes on the muscle catabolism that can occur during an overnight fast and switches on your muscle-making machinery again. Protein at breakfast has also been shown to be important in the battle against the bulge. It curbs the body storing fat by helping to curb hunger and control blood sugar, both of which help reduce overeating later in the day.
When most people think of breakfast proteins, eggs come to mind first. While I certainly have a love affair with this protein packed miracle of nature there are other proteins worth exploring for your daybreak meal.
Smoked Salmon – 10 grams protein per 60 gram Serving.
Kick-start your day with top-notch protein and healthy omega-3 fatty acids. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition discovered that combining fish-oil intake with regular exercise plays an important role in making it easier to shed body fat and, smoked salmon requires no cooking, so you’ll still be in good shape to make it to work or the gym on time.
Ricotta Cheese – 14 grams per ½ Cup Serving.
Made from the whey that’s skimmed off during the production of other cheeses, ricotta is a notable source of this ultimate muscle-building protein. Studies suggest that beyond sculpting lean muscle, whey can help regulate appetite so you’ll be less likely to give into hunger pangs during the morning hours, you’ll also benefit from good amounts of bone-strengthening calcium.
Black Beans – 14 grams per 1 Cup Canned
The fibre, along with a greater intake in a range of vitamins and minerals, is likely a big reason why research suggests those who load up on plant foods like beans have improved longevity and a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease. Enjoy breakfast by piling canned black beans, sliced avocado, diced pineapple salsa on wraps.
Canadian Bacon – 12 grams Protein per 60 gram Serving
More like ham than the strips of crispy bacon most of us are more accustomed to, Canadian bacon is gleaned from the loin section of the hog and thereby significantly leaner than regular bacon harnessed from the fatty belly of a pig. Dijon-style mustard on a toasted whole-grain muffin, top with cooked Canadian bacon, sliced tomato, and baby spinach, with a fried or poached egg!
Quinoa – 8 grams Protein per 1 Cup
Quinoa possesses all of the necessary amino acids to instigate muscle growth. On top of being a complete protein, the grain contains an impressive arsenal of vital nutrients including magnesium, iron, and B vitamins. In similar fashion to oats, quinoa can be cooked into breakfast porridge to help launch your day in the healthiest way possible. Bring 1 cup quinoa, 2 cups water, 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and 1 teaspoon ginger powder to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer, covered, until the water has been absorbed, about 15 minutes. Add honey and let stand 5 minutes. Fluff with a fork, divide among serving bowls, and top with milk, diced fruit, and chopped nuts or seeds.
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Hill, A. M., Buckley, J. D., Murphy, K. J., & Howe, P. R. (2007). Combining fish-oil supplements with regular aerobic exercise improves body composition and cardiovascular disease risk factors. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 85(5), 1267-1274.
Zafar, T. A., Waslien, C., AlRaefaei, A., Alrashidi, N., & AlMahmoud, E. (2013). Whey protein sweetened beverages reduce glycaemic and appetite responses and food intake in young females. Nutrition Research, 33(4), 303-310.
Bazzano, L. A., He, J., Ogden, L. G., Loria, C. M., Vupputuri, S., Myers, L., & Whelton, P. K. (2002). Fruit and vegetable intake and risk of cardiovascular disease in US adults: the first National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey Epidemiologic Follow-up Study. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 76(1), 93-99
How Much Is Your Personal Trainer?
Tiger Athletic Fitness & Conditioning is a fitness company that uses an individualised approach to motivate, assess and train clients regards their fitness & health needs via a personal trainer, using state-of-the-art strength & conditioning equipment, methods and revolutionary circuits. Providing an extraordinary workout that is simple, efficient and effective in 45 minutes. All this in the heart of Sandton!
Your personal trainer is a coaching science graduate and karate black belt. He is a health and fitness professional who custom designs safe and effective exercise programs and provides the guidance to help clients achieve their personal goals.
Our programs are designed to help clients get into optimum physical condition to enhance peak mental performance through our ‘strong body, strong mind’ philosophy and simple four (4) step method.
Step 1: Lifestyle Consultation & Health Appraisal – Your personal trainer begins by gathering information regarding a client’s personal health, lifestyle and exercise readiness. This consultation process is used in appraising health status and developing comprehensive programs of exercise to safely and effectively meet individual objectives. Vital is to screen participants for risk factors and symptoms of chronic cardiovascular, pulmonary, metabolic and orthopaedic diseases to optimise safety during exercise testing and participation.
Step 2: Fitness Assessment Selection and Administration– next your personal trainer assesses your current level of fitness and skills before developing a custom program for you. The purpose is to provide a basis for developing goals and effective exercise programs. The information collected assists the trainer in identifying potential areas of injury and reasonable starting points regards intensity and volumes of exercise based on those goals and fitness outcomes. Your individualized program that incorporates your personality and goals is what we regard as the “personal” in personal training.
Step 3: Custom Goal & Program Development – Your personal trainer uses information from the physical assessment in conjunction with personal information gathered in the consultation and health appraisal to plan a time efficient, specific program that will help the client to achieve his/her goals. Understanding a client’s personal characteristics and current lifestyle factors helps the personal trainer to plan sessions that are reasonable in length, frequency, intensity and complexity so that the client is more likely to continue adhering to the program while having fun!
Step 4 – Book Your Appointments – Tiger Athletic is a personal trainer led facility & all sessions are by appointment only to ensure you reach your goals as efficiently & safely as possible.
Personal Trainer Packages Include:
- Anthropometry – Six Monthly Body Fat Analysis, Monthly Girth Measurements.
- Lifestyle Analysis & Lifestyle Advice.
- Nutritional Analysis & Advice.
- SMART Goal Setting.
- Body-Specific Strength & Conditioning Program.
- Certified Personal Trainer Led Workouts.
- Strength & Conditioning 10 Session Block.
- Full Body Assisted Stretch After Every Session.
- Packages Start At R2500 per Month (10 Sessions at R250 each).
So I’ll ask you again…how much is your personal trainer?
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