Personal Training That Delivers Results
The #TWPT Approach
All clients are treated as individuals, for training to be as effective as possible. Health is of primary importance to achieving your goals. This means working together on all aspects, both in and out of the gym.
Optimise your training and body with a nutrition plan that is perfect for you. Regardless of your current body shape and lifestyle commitments, we will work on developing sustainable and effective nutrition to fuel your achievements.
Ted Winter MSc
“I’m all about helping people achieve more than they thought physically possible. There is no need for sacrifice, fads, and hours of slaving away in the gym. We will work efficiently, using informed science-led training and nutrition in order to achieve your goals, no matter how big.”
Ted offers a Personal Training service that is unrivalled within the North East. He successfully blends a Masters Degree in Strength and Conditioning, with a deep understanding of how to effectively work with a variety individuals. When working with Ted you are in a safe pair of hands, his 9 years of experience will guarantee incredible results.
What Should I Expect?
A training and nutrition plan that is tailored for you
Motivation and support throughout every step
To enjoy your training, and learn what works
You have goals, I do results, guaranteed.
“I had smashed the 90 mins half marathon time and have continued to get faster in every race I have run.”
I am a runner, have pretty much always been a runner and have never entertained the idea of going to a gym.
1st January 2016, sat in my kitchen chatting to my wife and I suggested running another marathon, the response was not positive, so I needed to re-evaluate my running goals quickly. Half marathon in under 90 mins was the best I could think of in the moments I had available.
I had completed a few half marathons in times ranging from 1hr 50 mins to 1 hr 33 mins.
How then to achieve it, as a runner the answer was simple – more running.
February 2016, a chance conversation with one of the trainers at Storm and a promise that some sessions with Ted would speed me up, had me within a few days stood in my running kit in front of Ted Winter. Our conversation was along the following lines:
Me: “I’ve never done this before, I enjoy running not coming to a gym, if at any time I start to look like someone who comes to a gym, I’ll leave.”
Ted: “Okay, all noted.
I see Ted two times each week, we follow a routine that has me lifting weights, stretching and doing speed exercises. Ten months on, I do not look like I go to a gym, although my jeans are a little tighter around my thighs, my weight has increased a little, my waistline has shrunk a little and on the odd occasion I look in a mirror I’ve changed a bit. More importantly, within three months, I had smashed the 90 mins half marathon time and have continued to get faster in every race I have run.
Training with Ted has changed my approach completely, previously I would have just run more, longer runs, more frequent runs and then more runs. Now, my training is more focussed and it is paying dividends.
Surprisingly, I really enjoy the challenge of lifting weights and doing pull ups and every other element of it, I leave my sessions buzzing. Ted is knowledgeable, efficient and demanding and really does deliver results.
“I’m able to eat foods I love and train safely; I’m beating the original goals I had and I’ve never enjoyed training as much”
“When choosing to train with a personal trainer, it is important to train with someone who understands your goals (the easier bit) and also someone who understands you, your capability and what makes you tick (the harder bit). Ted has worked to not only develop a training programme that works for me, but has got to know me and my abilities. I’m able to eat foods I love and train safely; I’m beating the original goals I had and I’ve never enjoyed training as much. Training with Ted has turned the chore of “going to the gym” into training I look forward to each session. I’m motivated outside of the session to remain focused – week on week I see positive changes. I simply didn’t get that before.”
Personal training will give you the best opportunity of reaching your goals. Working with Ted can accelerate your progress, teaching you what works and how to manage training and nutrition around your life. We’ve all started with great intentions and dropped off the wagon or become frustrated at the lack of progress. Hiring Ted will guarantee your progress, and have you achieving more than you thought you were capable of.
“I initially hired Ted to help me train for the Great North Run, with a goal to enjoy the experience without the pain I was suffering. I completed the Great North Run in a better time than the previous year and crucially enjoyed the overall experience, pain free!
Chris Pearson, Chartered Surveyor
“Ted first started to help me train for the Great North Run, with a goal to enjoy the experience without the pain I was suffering. I completed the Great North Run in a better time than the previous year and crucially enjoyed the overall experience, pain free!
Chris Pearson, Chartered Surveyor
Online Personal Training is for those who need a coach but don’t want to work in 1 to 1 setting. Are you attending the gym regularly but struggle with structuring your training or what you should be eating to support it? Working with Ted as your online coach will demystify the process. You’ll get regular contact to ask any questions, as well as guidance on both training and nutrition. Say goodbye to boring, repetitive, tick the box training sessions. Get some measurable progress for your time and efforts in the gym and start enjoying the challenge.
My experience with Ted has been fantastic, stripped right back to basics and built up again. It’s been phenomenal, I’m really, really impressed and can’t recommend his services enough.
Chris Stappard, Managing Director
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Where Will I Train?
Benfield Business Park
Newcastle, Tyne and Wear