If you are looking for gyms Kwinana trusts, you’ll find us at Transition Personal Training. We’re here to help you live your healthiest life, which is why we don’t insist on a lock-in contract.
We make exercising fun so that you'll want to keep at it. Be warned, though; we won't let you slack off. We push you to achieve the best possible results in the shortest amount of time.
Our experts use modern equipment, training advice, and nutritional direction to help you achieve your goals. We provide online personal training to help you stay fit from home too.
You'll find us in Calista, on the corner of Stanyford Way and Summerton. The Kwinana Golf Course is opposite us.
Address: 4/1 Stanyford Way, Medina, WA
If you’re still unsure of our location, click on the icon at the top right-hand corner of our site for Google Maps coordinates. Alternatively, call us on 0401 797 662 for directions.
Our staffed hours are from four in the morning until eight at night on weekdays. On Saturdays, we’re open from six in the morning until one in the afternoon. We’re closed on Sundays to give our staff a break (you shouldn’t work out seven days a week anyway).
FEATURES OF OUR GYM
Modern Fitness Equipment
You’ll never walk into our gym to find ancient fitness equipment. We use the best modern equipment to enhance your experience.
Busy parents have access to a secure playpen area for their little ones while they work out.
The brainchild of Ironman athlete and personal trainer, Luke Burton, this gym is proof that to train like a pro, you must start with professional advice.
General Gym Information In Western Australia
If you are looking for ways to improve your fitness levels by going to the gym, this article is for you. Good nutrition before a workout can help you perform better and help your body to recover faster after exercise. Here is some general information about exercising at a gym, how to get motivated to go to the gym, and how to overcome gym anxiety.
Some Ideas On What To Eat Before Going To The Gym
The right nutrients can help fuel your body with the energy it needs to perform better. A pre-workout meal should consist of three main macronutrients – carbohydrates, protein, and fats.
Examples of pre-workout meals include:
2 – 3 Hours Before Gym
- Tuna sandwich on whole-grain bread with a side salad
- Egg and avocado on toast with a serving of fruit
- Brown rice with vegetables and lean chicken
Within 2 Hours Before Gym
- Banana and berry smoothie with protein powder
- Whole Grain cereal or oatmeal with banana slices and a few nuts
- Almond butter or fruit preserve sandwich on whole-grain bread
Within 1 Hour before Gym
- Greek yoghurt with fresh fruit
- Nutritious protein bar
- Fresh fruit portion like a banana, an apple, or a peach
How to Overcome Gym Anxiety
Feelings of insecurity can sink in when you are faced with an unfamiliar environment where everyone seems to know exactly what they are doing and going at it full tilt. Gym anxiety often involves fear of the unknown and uncertainty. Fear of being judged based on your fitness level, lack of knowledge regarding the use of equipment, and fear of not fitting in are all things that could stop you dead in your tracks.
Here are some tips on how to Overcome Gym Anxiety
- Get a fitness coach and discuss your goals and aspirations with him/her before starting so that you will know exactly what to do from the first day
- Focus on your personal workout and forget about being watched
- Plug in a set of earphones and listen to your favourite music
- Go to the gym during off-peak hours until you feel more confident
- Exercise with a friend
How to Get Motivated to go to the Gym
If you find yourself procrastinating when getting ready to go to the gym, here are some proven methods to help you establish a workout routine:
- Get dressed in your gym gear even if you are not feeling up to going to the gym. This is a way of tricking your brain into completing your chosen task and should get you moving out the door.
- Exercising with a friend puts pressure on you to stick to your commitment. Feeling accountable to someone else is bound to give you enough motivation to push yourself further.
- Set a goal and commit to it. Imagine the finish line, visualise success, and work towards achieving your personal goals.
- Go to the gym first thing in the morning. This way you will avoid a whole day of finding reasons for not going. Exercising early in the morning will give you the energy that will motivate you to keep going.
- Set achievable goals and don’t set the bar too high. This way you won’t set yourself up for disappointment.
We promise to help you achieve the best possible results within the shortest time – and have fun doing it!
Our vision is to help you discover your health. If you have any questions feel free to contact us.