High Fitness
Dunedin Personal Training
Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

What's different about High Fitness personal training?

We are committed to making our clients' goals as easy to achieve as possible, and to making the process enjoyable. We also strive to make our clients independent of our services by educating and empowering them with the tools and confidence to train themselves.

What are your available times?

Please contact us with your details and your goals, and we will send you a link to our calendar with available times. If you are unable to find a time that works for you, please let us know and we will work with you to find a time that fits.

What should I expect from my first personal training session?

During your first session, we'll work together to help you clearly define your goals and then create an optimal plan to achieve them. We'll also go through a small workout. This is an opportunity for you to get a feel for how we train and for us to assess your movement patterns. We now have a clear picture of where you are and where you want to be. We'll use this information to create a step-by-step training plan that will get you to your goals as quickly and safely as possible.

How often should I work out with a personal trainer?

To see progress, we recommend working out 3 to 5 times per week, following a customized training plan developed by your trainer. Of those 3 to 5 workouts, 1 to 3 times will be with a Personal Trainer. The number of weekly PT sessions will decrease as your confidence in self-training grows. This will continue until you are able to take on the world and continue to achieve your training goals independently.

What should I wear to a personal training session?

You should wear comfortable, loose-fitting clothing that you can move easily in. You should also wear supportive shoes.

What should I bring to a personal training session?

You should bring a water bottle and if applicable, any medications you may need. You may also want to bring a towel if you get sweaty.