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Welcome to PR Fitness

Image of Pete RossPete Ross provides a personalised, goal focused exercise and lifestyle programme. As a highly experienced and academically qualified fitness consultant; his core emphasis is on variety and enjoyment through goal focused exercise programmes; regardless of your current physical condition.

Pete uses a variety of settings to make his fitness sessions enjoyable and relevant to the client's needs. Such as the following venues: gymnasiums, the great outdoors, your home or at your workplace. Flexibility is the key to his approach and every aspect of physical fitness is catered for. From young, middle aged, elderly fitness novices or elite athletes; clients receive cutting-edge professional advice.

Clients are given an initial screening and physical assessment; this ensures each individual’s current fitness & health status is scientifically evaluated. Then a personalised programme is designed; which includes ongoing assessments to ensure optimal progress and client satisfaction.

Ongoing research into the latest scientifically proven fitness training methods underpins every exercise programme Pete prescribes.

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Recent blog entries

Post date: Friday, 26 December, 2014 - 11:22

As 2015 creeps in (can't believe it's nearly 2015) I've had a request to run a beginner's Pilates class at the Equlibrium Studio, Forest Gate, Chippenham. The cost will be £9 per hourly session with 5 sessions paid up-front (£45) on a use-it -or-lose-it on-going 5 weekly basis. If you're genuinely interested in making significant changes to your health and fitness (regardless of your current fitness levels-within reason) and in taking steps to becoming a more functional human being read, no study, 'Ethical Pilates' on my blog.

Post date: Sunday, 29 April, 2012 - 16:09

Let food be your medicine and medicine be your food’ – Hippocrates
Why do we train? Further, do we do everything necessary to maximise our workouts? People train to look good, improve sporting performance or the quality of their life by keeping healthy. Training takes time, organisation and effort; yet people compromise this by an inadequate diet. Here’s how I personally view diet and exercise, bearing in mind this is a very basic overview

Post date: Saturday, 21 April, 2012 - 08:17

‘A man’s reach should never exceed his grasp’
Robert Browning
The famous rock climber Alain Robert, the ‘French Spiderman,’ who has free climbed (without ropes or any form of aid) some of the world’s tallest buildings, and  extremely difficult rock climbs, is 66% disabled due to vertigo, as well as other things. However, he climbs 4 to 5 grades harder than me (at least). Conclusion: I need to train harder. Alain kind of takes away all the excuses for not pushing your limits doesn’t he?

Post date: Sunday, 15 April, 2012 - 12:24

Sorry seems to be the hardest word’
Elton John

Post date: Saturday, 14 April, 2012 - 20:27

‘I don’t care if it hurts, I want to have control. I want a perfect body, I want a perfect soul.’                        Radiohead: Creep