Virtual PT – Online Personal Training and Nutrition
If you’re currently at a gym, or have your own equipment at home, our ‘Virtual Personal Trainer’ arrangement is perfect. Unlimited training and nutrition support via email, including a nutrition plan matched to YOU and effective training plans based on the equipment you have available, your goals, and the times you are able to train.
You take care of the physical effort, and let RWF take care of all your planning.
We’ll set you calorie and macro-nutrient targets based on your goals. We’ll help you with identifying the best foods/meals to hit those targets.
We’ll also do a full meal planning service for people who’d rather follow a set menu each day. The food planning (depending on your goals) is not hugely restrictive, and within your targets allows you to eat ‘normal food’.
We’ll plan your training, giving you monthly or six-weekly workout schedules.
We’ll factor in the equipment and time you have available, and your rate of progress. We’ll review any video footage you take of your training to make sure your technique is perfect.
You have unlimited access to RWF via email/text/phone for the entire period – no question too daft!
Unlike many of these online training arrangements, we limit our clients to 5 people at any one time. Also, you’ll be dealing with genuine PTs who train people daily face-to-face. Sadly, many online PTs don’t actually train people in real life, and have limited experience of face-to-face personal training.
You will NOT get “cut and paste” training plans and food plans. Your training will be tailored to YOU – not the last person who paid.
Want to work with us? Get in touch using the Contact page. We’ll answer any initial questions you have, and send you some basic paperwork to complete. After that, we’ll be up and running in a matter of days!
£200 for three months, or £375 for six months.
Still undecided? See what some clients have had to say about the differences working with an expert can make:
The perspective here is this. I’ve been lifting weights since I was 16. I’ve worked really bloody hard for long periods of that time. On the whole I’ve got absolutely nowhere. No strength gains, no size gains and a propensity to bloat every time I tried to gain muscle. My squat and bench have been static for years. Since starting with you I can see genuine strength gains and whilst I’m still embarrassed about the numbers I’m no longer embarrassed in my fairly average gym environment. More than that though I’m genuinely proud that pushing myself is delivering in ways I can see and feel. That’s the other thing, for the first time ever, from every angle, I have pecs. Not big ones but actual chest muscles that look like I actually train chest. At last I’m seeing the process of super compensation. Bigger lifts equating to greater strength and bigger muscles.
The difference is your knowledge, patience and practical approach for which I just wanted to say thanks. Thanks to you I really enjoy my hobby and get a huge amount out of it
Just wanted to say thank you for your advice and help throughout this year. When we started in March I was at 67kg, and will now finish the year at 76kg and lifting more than I ever have. As someone who thought they would be forever a skinny lad, this feels like such huge progress – I’ve even had to start buying new clothes as my old stuff doesn’t fit anymore (not because I’ve got fat I should say!). Still a long way to go but I feel completely in charge of my progress thanks to your help
I feel like I’ve been lied to my whole life about what I can and can’t eat. It’s been so refreshing to be able to eat normal food and stop worrying about things that, when I think about them, never made much sense!
I can honestly say I don’t feel like I’m on a diet, but I am actually losing weight and I’ve not really been hungry at any point. That’s what diets I’ve done over the years promised me but never actually delivered!
I did have to make some big changes to my diet to follow Derran’s advice, but to be honest it’s only after looking back at what I thought was healthy eating that I realise I was existing on junk food. If you do eat a lot of ready meals and convenience foods you will have to make some bigger changes like I did. But it’s been worth the effort, I’ve lost 15kg in as many weeks
I’ve trained myself for the last couple of years, but felt like I lost my way with progress and got confused about my diet. Starting this arrangement with RWF was a little nerve-wracking, handing over money to a stranger, but I quickly realised it was worth every penny. I feel like everything I say gets taken into account, and can honestly say I’ve made more progress in the last three months than the past 2 years!