Another thing I love about training with the juggernautPT is that I never know what to expect. Routines change everytime and no one session is the same. Whether we're working core, doing boxing, sprint training or leg work, it's always a bit different.
This is very refreshing for me. I remember when I was going to the gym, I used to attend the same three classes over and over and not only did it get a little boring but after a while, I felt like I had reached a plateau as my body wasn't being challenged anymore.
Of course, overtime, some sessions with the juggernautPT have become favourites (boxing in my case) and others not so favourite.
I believe my hardest session so far was an early morning Saturday one that focussed on animal moves. I don't know if they are one of Gary's inventions, but he sure does like them, probably as much as I dread them. All these moves are named after the animal they mimic: there's the bear crawl, the crabwalk, the frog leap, the rabbit hop... and not only do they send your heart rate pumping, they also use muscles that don't get to play all that often, so they REALLY hurt. Walking on my hands with my bottom sticking up in the air isn't exactly my idea of fun but as long as I get a good work out, I'll trust that Gary knows what he is doing!
Sprint training is also a very tough one for me. And another one I'd never do if I was training on my own. And I guess that is the key. Training with the juggernautPT means I get diversity and I get to work all parts of my body in different ways. I know each session is designed to push my boundaries and I can go in with an open mind, knowing I'll never get bored!