Frequebtly asked questions at Bodyline Fitness personal training gym in ealing

Getting started

At Bodyline we want you to be totally comfortable with us before you entrust us to improve your health and fitness, so we always invite prospective clients into our studio for a free, no-obligation consultation before we do anything else.

At this consultation stage we have a confidential chat about what you are looking to achieve and how we can help you achieve those targets, whatever they might be.

You will get a chance to ask as many questions as you need to as well as the opportunity to look around our studio and check out our equipment and facilities.

At the end of your consultation there is no pressure to decide there and then; you can take more time to decide if we are the right fitness professionals to work with you. Equally, at this point, if you would like to, we can arrange for one of our team to contact you and book you in for your first session. The choice is yours!

If you decide to book a session, one of our Personal Trainers will contact you (usually the same day) and book you in for your first session, after which you can decide if you would like to book a course or just pay for the session as a one-off.

Recovering from injury

If you’ve been suffering from an injury our physiotherapist, osteopath or sports massage therapist will work with your personal trainer to provide the treatment and guidance you need to get you up and running again.

We also welcome GP referrals

If you have a condition diagnosed by your GP then it is very important that you exercise under the guidance of a GP Referral Specialist. Such conditions could be:

  • Chronic Heart Disease
  • Hypertension
  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • Osteoporosis
  • Asthma
  • Lung Disease
  • Joint Replacement

View our rates and packages here   Book your free consultation online

Call Roy 07921 777477

We look forward to meeting you!

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Thanks very much to the Bodyline team for a great weekend. I feel fresher, livelier, less bunged up, more energetic, and on returning home the indigestion that I get every day has completely disappeared. I have also managed to stay off alcohol and gluten since returning home.

Sarah Fisher, Bootcamp Attendee

Working out at Bodyline has been the only time in my life that I have exercised regularly. The great thing is I don’t have to think about what I’m doing as I completely trust Roy and all his team of Trainers. I see Roy once a week and work hard on my nutrition so i always aim to get the most out of my sessions.

Glenda, local business woman

As a casual runner I have recently been bothered with niggly little injuries which have been really annoying me, but since I have been following Roy’s Running Warm-up Drill I am really happy to say I have been injury free!

Tony, Fund Manager, 39

I’m enjoying my sessions with Vik so far. He’s exactly the type of trainer I need as it is obvious after only 4 sessions that he will never listen to any of my very long list of excuses as to why I can’t do exercises! He has a positive attitude to my training and the fact that I will see improvements as long as I work with him on the food and cardio too.

Lesley Smith

I go ski-ing every year and, this year, for the first time ever, I could ski harder and for longer and didn’t ache at all! I put this done to the Personal Training I’ve had over the last 6 months at Bodyline.

Liz, Local Business Woman