FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

You defiantly don’t need to already know what you are doing. We commonly take people who have never touched a barbell before through the How to Train Programme. Also, this is a public gym so if you would like to do your own thing you are more than welcome to, and if there is anything we can help with don’t hesitate to ask. Click the link below to find out more.

1. Do I already need to know what I'm doing to train at The Platform?

2. Can I be to old to train?

No, certainly not. It truly is never too late to start. There are a great many ways that training can be adjusted to a person's current abilities, and with a combination of resistance training and conditioning, your list of current abilities will grow.

3. What kind of training do you do at the platform?

Powerlifting, weightlifting, bodybuilding, strongman, circuit training. You’ll see it all at the platform. As we have the equipment to cater to all the different codes of training. And if you just like to do a little bit of everything then you’ve found the perfect place.

4. Can I get some help to learn how to lift?

Absolutely! The Platform was designed with this in mind, and that’s why we have the How to Train Programme. Every week we are taking people through the how’s and why’s of training technique, volume, load management, and more. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to learn. Professional evidence-based training has never been this cheap and easy. Click the link below to find out more.

5. Are you 24/7?

Yes. We don't charge extra for 24/7 access so you'll get it at any membership level.

6. Is this good for weight loss?

Absolutely! The Platform was designed with this in mind, and that’s why we have the How to Train Programme. Every week we are taking people through the how’s and why’s of training technique, volume, load management, and more. You’ll be surprised how easy it is to learn. Professional evidence based training has never been this cheap and easy.

7. I have injuries is it okay for me to train?

Yes. Whether it be a new injury or a recurring problem the best approach is going to be to come in for a consultation and discuss a sensible way to move forward, how to manage any current issue and how to mitigate the likelihood of it recurring in the future.

9. How does the how to train programme work?

The first week of the How to Train Programme is spent with a coach learning technique, rest periods, variants, and more. For the next 3 weeks, we move into our monitoring phase where you will be practicing what we went over in week 1. In week 5 we begin learning about load management and the different forms of autoregulation. Moving back into to the monitoring phase you will now have control over how much weight you will be lifting. Making your way through the alternating variables you will be learning how smart programming creates progression, and once you’ve finished the programme we have a series of templates you can move on if you wish to. Click the link below to find out more.

8. As a women will this make me bulky?

Only if you want it to. You won’t wake up next week suddenly looking like Arnold it takes time. If you would like to be more muscular then that is a process much like any other outcome. If you would like to learn more about the nuances of how that works then come and book a free consultation and we can discuss how it would apply to you.

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