For me a Personal Trainer was for someone who helped the unmotivated and newcomers to keeping fit.
By chance I met Aderito and I explained my sports, my training regime, my goals and also my injury history. He was keen to help me tweak what I had been doing. I was sceptical but gave it a go.
After nearly 4 years of training with Aderito at his bootcamps, small group PT sessions, tailored 1-2-1 sessions and sometimes just a leisurely run, I can honestly say it’s the best fitness decision I have ever made.
I’m fitter now at 42 than I was playing good standard football at 25, I have had no muscular injuries and I have a far more positive mental wellbeing to go with it.
I don’t enjoy egotistical PTs that like to tell me how strong and fit they are, spending more time talking than making sure I’m pushing myself or those interested in selling you the next fad PT package. I like to know that I’ve got value for money, I’ve been made to push myself to the limits, I’ve got a plan that’s right for me and that the PT is genuinely interested in your fitness lifestyle.
Aderito is innovative, informative and loves what he does. To me Aderito is a Personal Transformer not a Personal Trainer.