- What We Offer
- Nutrition Academy
My name is Dean Burchell personal trainer and nutrition advisor, I am a LA Muscle sponsored athlete, qualified chef specialising in healthy recipes for sports enthusiasts and athletes, in the Plymouth and South East Cornwall area. Don’t fear however, I also offer an online service for those of you that live further afield. My aim is to offer quality advice and practical guidance for anyone wishing to enhance their current fitness regime or those looking to kick start a healthier lifestyle. If you have ever heard someone say that to achieve a good physique, its 30% what you do at the gym and 70% what you eat then they are quite right. In fact some recent studies even believe this to be closer to 20/80. If this is the case why are so many people paying all that money for a personal trainer who may only have the knowledge to help them 30% of the way to their goal. This money would be better spent on a personal chef! Well wouldn’t it be fantastic if we could all afford that. However, what I aim to do as a personal trainer and ex Royal Marines Chef is to provide you with the 100% package, which followed closely will guarantee you 100% success. I will show you new training techniques and whether male or female explain why you shouldn’t be afraid of lifting weights and why in the long term resistance training will help you loose more fat than traditional CV exercises, which can also be time consuming and boring. There are lots of ways to make your training fun and enjoyable, as there is to making your meals tasty and healthy, two words you don’t often see together! Your sessions with me will be well planned and your progress recorded from day one, you wont be paying me to stand and talk to you whilst walking or running on a treadmill - we all know how to walk! To keep your progress from hitting a plateau, you’re program will be changed every 4 to 6 weeks as your body adapts, ensuring your body stays in its fat burning or muscle building state depending on your personal goals. This is a common mistake we make and the number 1 reason for people quitting the gym or their exercise program.