Im not sure of the circuit class your refering to but in general very few personal trainers have that much knowledge and even few know how to train fighters. Also I agree its best to start slow but I think it is better to modify a more advanced programme than to use a basic programme. In my experience this motivates you more and allows you to work harder
Originally Posted by Eddie Hardon
In regards to the OP, there is a crossfit gym that runs out of Bundoora campus of Latrobe uni. http://www.crossfitvictoria.com/ for more info.
It is an excellect gym, alot of classes and things and it litterally a stone throw away. But it is a bit out of my price range. I did apply for a job there, and am about to re-apply, but unless i manage to snag a lifeguard shift or two i'm going to be paying... Thanks
Originally Posted by Raining_Blood
I have a small gym in my college, free usage. Has what i need- treadmills, bikes, bags etc- no classes though, so i'm on my own in terms of creating a program. This forum has been an unbelievable amount of help though, as well as all the links etc.
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