If you prefer one on one training, need to train outside the normal class hours or want to supplement your existing training then personal training at CrossFit Narellan is ideal for you.
Personal training is a great way to get results and our coaches will create specialised workouts based on your individual fitness goals.
As a wheelchair athlete with a low-level spinal cord injury, crossfit has been something I’ve been wanting to include as part of my training for a while.
I contacted Crossfit Narellan and spoke with Jay and Russ, who were more than keen to take on the challenge and work with someone with specific needs like myself.
Both trainers have been open to experiment and try different ways of training to suit my restrictions. Within the space of a couple of months, I could already feel and see the difference in my health, both physically and mentally.
After almost 5 months and back playing wheelchair rugby league, there is a definite improvement in my sports performance and I look forward to further developing it.
Regardless of whether or not you are new to CrossFit our PT sessions always focus on the core CrossFit movements. This enables you to continually improve your technique or as someone new to CrossFit, allows you to join in the group classes later without the need to do the Intro to CrossFit program.
All of our personal trainers are CrossFit qualified and have their cert 3 & 4 in fitness. Meaning you will always receive industry standard & professional advice and coaching.
I joined CFN around 4 years ago – pretty much straight away I started doing weekly PT sessions with Russ. The group classes are great and are part of my every day routine but having a one on one session enables the focus to be about what I need and want. Over the four years my reasons for doing PT have changed – initially I needed to lose weight, increase my base fitness and improve some technique and Russ has facilitated this right the way through.
There has been significant improvement in all of these things since I started and we now reset goals every three months and test at the beginning and end of each period. Goals can vary between skills based, endurance, strength, mobility and injury prevention training (as I get older) with a bit of mental toughness training thrown in. One hour a week that is focussed on me and my requirements and sees me develop in more areas than I thought possible when I started.
Russ is everything you want to see in a CrossFit coach; knowledgeable, supportive, understanding, invested and an all-round good guy. I trust what he says – whatever he gets me to do has a purpose and contributes towards our agreed outcomes. He will say my changes are down to me but without question the way he coaches and the type of person he is, is a significant factor in the results I have achieved both physically and mentally. PT for me is not a short term plan – I am always learning and developing as my goals change and I hope that Russ remains a part of that journey