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Linked to sports since he was born, Alberto Pacheco has lived, eaten and dreamed about the track, swimming, and sports in general since he was a kid. He followed his dream and graduated in sports and fitness, but due to his life philosophy, he couldn’t stop there so he has been complementing his career with many technical courses and specific training degrees. Thanks to this he was able to achieve a wide range of techniques and tools to become a prestigious Personal Trainer. As a personal touch, he likes to programme what he calls, cumulative training, a workout based on groups of exercises with a great range of movements on each station, to deliver a very complete and functional training.
Alberto is a PRAMA Master Trainer in Spain since 2014, and he also trains every week at PAVIGYM Headquarters where he makes sure that PAVIGYM team get fit and mind free to keep the hard work. But let’s learn more about his journey to PRAMA.


How did you get to know PAVIGYM and its interactive fitness, PRAMA?

AP: I was selected as a model for the PRAMA shows organized by PAVIGYM and discovered the enormous potential that PRAMA had as a training system, so I decided to become a Master Trainer.

What advantages do you think PRAMA has compared to other training?

AP: Mainly the fun, either in individual or group training, but thanks to the open concept area, aspects such as mobility or versatility are qualities that make PRAMA a very interesting option for both users and gym owners.


How would you describe the PRAMA experience?

AP: After a PRAMA session, you feel energetic, confident because you know that you have done a complete workout. The characteristics of PRAMA as functional training in combination with a controlled mood and music, allows users to get satisfied with themselves and with a good rush of endorphins.


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