Castle Personal Training

Castle Personal Training is a Corstorphine, Edinburgh based company who specialise in weightloss/toning and Pre and Post Natal exercise.

General blogs

Whether it’s something exercise specific, how to find a good PT, what to look for when dealing with Personal Trainers or just something I couldn’t file under any of the other headers, it’s all here 🙂

Why I’m giving up my Facebook page

Best Personal Trainer in Scotland or Edinburgh?

How much exercise should I do each week?

Just tell me how much it is already!

What’s the best Fitness Tracker? The ultimate review! (outside link)

I’m with “The Donald”, it’s all Fake News!

Slaters or Saville row?

Just for Men; how to get rid of that beer belly

Why your ergonomic chair doesn’t fix your back pain

So you put a frog in water

You can’t bark your way to a PT

Here’s why the NHS is under pressure

Your Personal Trainer is not a broadband bundle

Why we don’t sell gift vouchers

Why I like to train you

5 questions you wanted to ask….and did.

Make the right choice when chosing a Personal Trainer

Free workouts that prove you don’t need a lot of kit.

5 things to look out for when choosing WHERE to train.

The Bulletproof diet and how to find a good Personal Trainer

Make sure you ask the experts. Some advice is just terrible.

2014; A quick recap and a look ahead

Exciting times indeed! (Free workout!)

A Friday workout..or two for ya

Judge not, and you shall not be judged.

Water, water, everywhere and yet you do not drink!

Just because it’s “not natural” doesn’t mean it’s bad for you

Worst sports injuries of 2013 (share) and what not to wear

Don’t you just hate not getting the full package?

How to deal with Type 2 Diabetes; Diet and exercise

Don’t let them Entertrain you!

Where have all the good guys gone? How to spot a bad Personal Trainer

Dynamic planks, a vital and fast way to working your core

Big Exercise Myths

Why getting a Home Personal Trainer just makes sense

What’s new and different about Castle?

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