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strength training

Isn't strength training about lifting heavy weights?
Only if you want it to be!


strength training

Why work with a coach? 


Because random workouts can get you started but to keep progressing you’ll need a structured program. 

I can help you design an individualised workout programme based on your goals that considers your unique circumstances like your body, your age, abilities, fitness levels and your resources. 


I am 56 years old so I know only too well the challenges that present themselves as one gets older.


I have worked with clients who have had certain ailments and health issues, low energy, debilitating fatigue and the inability to recover from workouts.

These are exacerbated often by the quantity and quality of sleep quality, hormonal issues, mobility issues and sarcopenia - the muscle loss that comes with age. 

Yes it can be daunting but you can’t give up because your strength and health are the only things that ensure you have an exceptional quality of life as your age. 

How I can help you...

I can help you program workouts that are balanced and maximise efficiency so that there is no wasted time or effort. I can help you use the correct technique and execution to get the best results and minimise the risk for injury. I can be there to provide support accountability. I can help you to enjoy the process and not totally exhaust you. 

Alex Campbell Transformation - Personalised Strength Training Programmes
Alex Campbell Transformation - Individualised Strength Training Programmes

strength training

Boosted metabolism

Burns calories even after your workouts while your body is at rest so it not only increases calorie burn but also aids in better weight management. This results in a lower risk of chronic diseases like heart disease and diabetes. 

Increased bone density

Our bones are living tissues that respond to resistance exercise by growing denser. This is why it reduces the risk of fractures and osteoporosis and age related ailments that weakens your bones - a very serious condition. 

Increased energy

and endurance

Boost energy levels and increases athletic performance. It significantly improves quality of life, making you more productive. Combats age related muscle loss, keeping you strong and functional as you get older. 

Helps prevent disease

Reduces the risk of heart disease and improve your blood sugar control and cholesterol levels. It can also help to reduce the risk of certain types of cancer, and improve quality of life for cancer survivors. 

Helps prevent age-related diseases

Strength training is more important for older adults. It can help manage diseases life osteoporosis, arthritis and sarcopenia. 

Enhanced body composition

Strength training gets you a stronger and leaner body, improving your overall appearance, confidence and overall well-being.

Empowerment and confidence 

Strength training is empowering. It lifts your spirit and increases your confidence. A stronger body translates into a stronger mind and spirit. 

Improved mental health

Can improve your mood, reduce anxiety, depression and even help manage stress. It’s a recipe for improved overall wellbeing. 

Improves balance and co-ordination

Reduction in the risk of falls especially as you age. With stronger muscles you are able to be more mobile and self-sufficient and maintain a higher quality of life.

Working with a team


This is where a good coach can be invaluable, as they will often be part of a team that could include a doctor, physio therapists and a biokineticist.

Interested in Strength Training?
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