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How much muscle mass can I gain with weight training?

Research shows that beginners can gain between 0.5 to 1 kg of muscle a month during the first 3 months of training. After this period, you will gain muscle at a slower pace. We help both beginners and intermediate lifters to break through plateaus by providing tailored exercise and nutrition plans.

How long will it take to see results?

We offer sustainable solutions so that you can benefit of long term results. Our scientific based principles will help you improve your body composition, hence reducing your body fat percentage and increasing your muscle mass. By adopting a consistent training and diet routine, most of our clients see visible results within three months of training. 

How often do I have to train?

Studies show that optimal muscle grow occurs when each muscle group is trained 2 x week. For this reason, we recommend to our client to train at least twice a week. If you are able to commit only once a week, we can advice you on activities you can do outside the gym to help yo achieve your goals. 

Is weight training safe?

"If you think lifting weights is dangerous, try being weak"

Weight training is an activity with a low risk of injuries, especially compared to contact sports such as rugby or football. The benefits of lifting weights outweigh by far the risks. Getting stronger is associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular diseases, cancer and depression. We have many years of experience in training people from all walks of life and we use the safest training methods to minimize the chances of you getting injured.

I am a woman, will I get too bulky with weight training?

Women are often reluctant to engage in weight training because of fear of becoming too muscular. However, muscle growth occurs at a very slow rate. Therefore, women should not be afraid of gaining weight quickly when doing resistance training. On the contrary, lifting weights will help you to achieve a toned and fit look.

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