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State of the art facility at Ben Brown Fitness

Published 1 year ago 16th July 2021 by Editor

Ben Brown Fitness located at Gortnafleur Business Park, Clonmel, is a state of the art facility that can cater for everyone, whether you’re a serious athlete or a complete novice.

Ben’s expertise is his one-to-one personal service, and he caters for everyone.

“My niche is the one-to-one personal service. My clients are young and young at heart , from complete beginners to the experienced and elite athletes, including some top sports people like inter- county hurlers Seamie Callanan, Paudie Maher, Kieran Bergin who have all come to me in the past for personal training. I have people coming to me at 75 years of age and teenagers from 15 and 16 years of age.

“And while the likes of the elite athlete will be trying to up their game an extra bit with varied sessions, I get a broad range of clients coming to me, for weight loss, improving mobility, and general fitness,” added Ben.

Since lockdown restrictions have eased in recent weeks, Ben has seen an upturn in clients.

“There is only so much walking and running around the block people can do so understandably people want choices and variety and with gyms reopening again they get that. Plus having a conversation, talking about your day, that’s important too. As well as the physical workout, the mental benefit of exercise can never be overstated,” added Ben.

Whenever anyone visits the gym for the very first time the word ‘daunting’ springs to mind but Ben’s professional approach and expert advice will put you at ease in minutes.

What’s also comforting about visiting Ben Brown Fitness is that Ben will talk you through each excercise and demonstrate to you all the correct techniques.

Ben is an accomplished athlete himself and plays GAA with his home-town club Clonmel Commercials and soccer with Clonmel Town Football Club.

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