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The Trainer: Tom Dempster

Life philosophy and how it fits with PAVIGYM

As an international personal trainer and presenter, I have had the opportunity to travel and experience new and very different cultures. As a result, I have been able to help countless people achieve their health and wellness goals. This has not only helped develop me as a person but also given me the opportunity to develop and improve the health and fitness industry.

It is this that led me into the world of PAVIGYM, and their pioneering concept PRAMA. It is this concept that takes everything the health and fitness industry should be and puts it in one unique, high energy and thoroughly enjoyable class. It allows like-minded people of any age and fitness level to train together whilst getting an awesome workout at the same time. To me, this is how the industry needs to, and should, be. Check the ego at the door.

Have fun. Train hard.

PRAMA

During your last training course in the UAE, could you describe how you chose to influence the trainers with the tool in hand, or in this case, the tap of the finger for a hands-off approach?

TD: The way I like to influence trainers with PRAMA is to emphasis, firstly, the FUN side of the tool. Exercise doesn’t have to be boring, and we both know PRAMA isn’t that. Fun is definitely a great way to ensure a solid and effective delivery. In addition, showing how the whole system can be utilized to easily program safe and effective sessions so the trainer can let go and focus more on motivation and class delivery.

What has been your preferred, or most used method utilizing the PRAMA software and what was the objective?

TD: I feel group training and the Free Training would be my go to on the software. The objectives would be to use PRAMA in delivering a solid group.

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