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Fast-track to a healthier, happier you with Fit300 – the budget-friendly way to work with world-leading personal trainers.
Fit300 is designed to help you transform your body whether you can access a gym or not.


1:1 Coaching

What You Can Expect

Why Choose Fit300

Fit300 Coaching is a product of our experience delivering world-class results with thousands of clients in 9 countries across 4 continents.

Monthly training plans

Make every moment you spend in the gym as efficient and effective as possible with a new training plan every month geared towards your goals. This includes:

  • A breakdown of your training schedules

  • Clear instructions on each training exercise

  • Tips and tricks to maximize your training

  • Answers to any FAQs you may have

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Program List

A push-pull-legs routine is a type of workout split where you divide your exercises into three categories: pushing, pulling, and legs. Pushing exercises, such as the bench press and shoulder press, work the muscles in the chest, shoulders, and triceps. Pulling exercises, such as the pull-up and row, work the muscles in the back, biceps, and forearms. Leg exercises, such as squats and deadlifts, work the muscles in the legs and glutes.

(6 days/week)

Full body program focusing on a different body part each day, while hitting all main muscle groups each of the 5 days. 

(5 days/week) (4 weeks, can be repeated)

This program is based on the work we have done in working with various models, actors, and everyday people wanting to get summer-body ready. 

(6 Weeks, 6 days/week)

See Push-Pull-Legs.

This program is MWF and is designed for those looking to exercise the entire body once a week.

(3 days/week)

Perfect program for your home gym or a public gym if you only want to use dumbbells

(6 days/ week, 12 weeks, can be repeated)

Our take on the Old School Bodybuilding program that was made famous by the king, Arnold. Chances are you’re familiar with most of these, but there are a couple of forgotten exercises that you may not see performed that often.

(6 days/week, 8 weeks) 

For many runners, the desire to do a marathon is about personal challenges. 

You might want to test your limits or prove that you can go the distance. Perhaps a friend has talked you into it. Maybe you'd like to lose weight, get healthier or raise awareness for a charity.

The step-by-step increase is designed to get you stronger and reduce the likelihood of injury. 

(6 days/ week for 12 weeks)

This program is designed to put on mass and strength to get you closer to revealing your inner superhero.

(8 weeks, 6 days/week, can be repeated)

More to Come

Stay tuned for new workout programs

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