T-Squared Personal Training has announced new updates to its training offerings, targeting residents and office-based employees on the city’s east side. The move is expected to benefit individuals who want to maintain their fitness routines while avoiding early mornings and late nights in a traditional gym.
More information is available at https://www.tsquaredvancouverpersonaltraining.com
Founder Troy Tyrell offers a number of training options for individuals of all ages and fitness backgrounds. Those who prefer training with a group can join one of his small group sessions. These programs only allow a maximum of five clients, which means that each participant will get the attention they need while having “accountability buddies” who can push them toward their fitness goals.
Solo fitness classes are also available for those who want to work with Mr. Tyrell privately. In these sessions, clients receive undivided attention and a custom fitness plan that evolves as new goals are achieved. This type of training is also recommended for women suffering from back pain due to pregnancy or other causes, as strength training can help manage this condition.
Mr. Tyrell is also adept at rehabilitation and can offer recovery training to those whose strength or mobility has been lessened because of an accident or injury. “As someone who has trained with world-class athletes, I know what it takes to progress through each stage of injury rehab and atrophy recovery,” he explained on his website.
T-Squared Personal Training’s founder said he is confident about his programs, which is why he is offering two complimentary sessions if a client fails to see an improvement after five initial classes.
Lunchtime fitness sessions offer a number of benefits apart from freeing up more time in the morning or evening. A 2021 study published in the Journal of Occupational Health found that a 20-minute aerobic exercise session before or after lunch may slow down the progression of diabetes.
A 20-year fitness industry veteran, Mr. Tyrell has trained with powerlifting record holder Jody Cranston, where he learned the most up-to-date training methods for building strength and muscle. Moreover, he acquired extensive knowledge of postural analysis from his training under Infofit and the EnerChanges clinic. This specialized knowledge allows him to identify and correct technical and postural errors so that clients can get the maximum benefits of each workout.
Interested parties who want to learn more about T-Squared Personal Training’s programs may visit https://www.tsquaredvancouverpersonaltraining.com
Tsquared Personal Training
180 West Georgia Street