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Fitness Classes now available at

hamers360fitness Personal Training Studio,


Rossendale, BB4 6AA


Boot Camps

Wednesday 7pm to 8pm

Saturday 9.30am to 10.30am


Circuit Training

Thursday 6.30pm to 7.30pm

PErsonal training session available

Personal training sessions are designed to last 1 hour, and take place at our very own, fully kited out, personal training studio in Rawtenstall.


We offer a FREE initial telephone consultation, that allows us to assess your current situation, understand your goals, and create a plan that is tailored to you specifically. 


Once we understand what you are trying to achieve, we put together a training program that is tailored to you, and designed to help you reach those, ever elusive, goals.


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5 Signs Your Personal Trainer Is Faking It | hamers360fitness


Its seems like in the digital age, almost anybody can throw on a pair of trainers, put together a Facebook page, and start going around telling everyone they’re a personal trainer.

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The Three Simple Steps to Stay in Shape Over Winter | hamers360fitness

Now, we don’t know about you, but we’ve noticed that from Halloween right through Christmas and all the way through to April, our bodies seem to develop a protective layer. As the office snacks seem to become more frequent and the days become shorter, it’s almost as if this little layer has been designed to keep us warm over winter. An internal duvet if you will.


Don’t get us wrong we love all the chocolate and cake lying around as much as the next person, but it’s doing nothing for our figure, and even less for our training goals. So in the run-up to Christmas, and all through the winter, just how can we keep our snacking and our weight increase under control?


Well once again, like the superstars we are, we’ve done the digging and had a think about what we know. We’ve pulled out what we think the top 3 tips are for staying in shape over winter and avoiding the Christmas pud-bod.

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