Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) June 20, 2011 -- Dan Clay, most sought-after fitness trainer in Sydney and owner of the leading fitness program Dangerously Fit, announces training program for individuals interested in participating in the City2Surf 14km marathon to be held on August 14, 2011.
As Sydney's renowned authority on fitness and weight loss, Dan Clay has nine enriching years of experience in training individuals reach their health and fitness goals successfully. Clay's Dangerously Fit continues to deliver desired results for clients with its scientifically-proven fitness techniques. With his team of qualified instructor and diet experts, the ace personal trainer Sydney delivers a long-term fitness solution that helps clients lose weight, break bad habits and build confidence and a positive outlook toward life. Visit Dangerously Fit website http://bootcampsydney.com.au/ for more information on Clay's fitness boot camp.
Combining intense physical workouts for body strength along with flexibility-building yoga postures, Clay's Dangerously Fit provides complete fitness building for participants. Dangerously Fit delivers better results and is far lesser in way of membership costs than expensive gym fitness packages, points out the personal trainer Sydney. The equipment the program uses are simple but far more effective, including sandbags, dumbbells and Olympic rings.
Another advantage of his fitness program is the workout environment, says Clay. Participants work out in groups, which creates a challenging, motivating and friendly atmosphere, conducive to fitness building. Instructors here guide participants through their workouts and ensure that they do it right for guaranteed results. In addition, members can attend any of the Dangerously Fit classes available at various locations across Sydney. This ensures that participants have a class to attend and stay up-to-date in fitness even if they miss one, explains the personal trainer Sydney.
Elaborating on his City2Surf training run program, Clay informs that the training is open to all individuals intending to participate in the 14-km charity run irrespective of their fitness levels. So, whether they are expert runners, or plain walkers new to marathons, Clay and his team are prepared to train participants of every level of expertise to perform their best at Sydney's popular 14th August run.
Participants enrolling in the training program would need to attend classes at the Centennial Park conducted every Saturday morning, informs the personal trainer Sydney. Participants will be trained over 12 weeks for City2Surf event, says Clay. Since the training is specific to the event, it features customized sessions to train participants in every way for the 14km run, explains the personal trainer Sydney. As such, participants can expect resistance building workouts, fartlek training and activities such as hill running and long-distance running.