Weight Training

The PPS Approach to Body Transformations

At PPS we do things a little differently to most other Gym’s
Most ‘fitness guru’s’ would suggest that to get in shape you need to ‘eat less’ and ‘move more’

And when your body adapts and this stops working they will suggest you should ‘eat even less’ and ‘move even more’

We don’t agree with these methods and find them to be a very unsustainable approach to body transformations.

Here’s our smarter and more sustainable approach:

How to Beat the Binge and see Results that Last

Have you ever gone to extreme measures to see results as fast as possible in the Gym?

If so, you are of many who have heavily restricted themselves and followed extreme diets out of desperation to shed large amounts of body-fat.

The chances are also very high that you struggle to maintain those results and could possible suffer from binge eating or an eating disorder.

Here’s why this will never work for you and how to break yourself free from this never ending cycle

Prioritise Performance Over Pain In The Gym For Greater Results

“Man I’m really sore after the workout, it must have really worked!”

“I could really feel the burn’

“I must be on track to burn all the fats and build all the muscles this week!”

Are you measuring your progress in the gym by ‘How much pain you inflicted’ or by ‘How well you actually performed?

"Good" - How to Keep a Positive Mindset in the gym

One of my favourite books of recent time is “Tools Of The Titans” - Tim Ferris; which is a great book that is actually made up of various contributions from other successful entrepreneurs, movies stars and athletes etc.
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My favourite chapter from the book, and probably the most useful piece of material I have learned and been able to implement over the last 10 months is titled “Good” - Jocko Willink (Navy Seal)

The Power of Perspective and Dangers of Comparison in the Gym

Do you consistently compare yourself with others?

Whether it be in person or on social media, it can really effect your own self confidence and cast a shadow over your own progress in the Gym

Learn how we help our members gain perspective when they suffer from self-comparison issues