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01295 367 207
Luxury Toilet Hire
Bring the inside out with our stylish luxury toilet units. Now you can have your dream outdoor wedding without sacrificing the typical comforts of a hotel venue. Here's what you can expect from our toilet units.
Stylish oak interior
Modern sinks and mirrors
Marble effect walls
Top quality soap
Toilet roll and hand towels included in the price
Hand wash water and waste are all contained inside the unit
4 exterior doors, allowing for easier positioning
13 or 16amp plug socket
Frequently asked questions
Is online personal training effective?
Absolutely! Working with an online trainer is just as effective as working with a coach face to face. However, there are certain groups of individuals that benefit more from training with a coach in person, such as professional athletes, people who are brand new to exercising or anybody who needs physical rehabilitation.
Why online personal training?
First of all, it’s cost-effective. Prices vary depending on the length of the programme or the level of support provided but generally speaking, you can enrol into online coaching for the fraction of the price of one on one personal training. Secondly, you have the freedom to choose the location and time of your sessions, so you can easily fit your training around your lifestyle. Communicating with your trainer regularly will maintain accountability and provides the opportunity to discuss any training/lifestyle-related topics, should you have any questions.
Is online personal training for me?
It depends. If you have some level of experience with physical training and you’re motivated enough, however, need some structure and support, then definitely yes. If you’re a pro athlete, brand new to exercising or struggle with the total lack of motivation, then you probably need a coach to work with in person.
Why working with a trainer/coach?
Working with a trainer/coach either in person or online has countless benefits. Random sessions filled with random exercises won’t bring you results. Training has to have a structure, follow protocols and so on. Working with a professional includes goal-specific planning, injury prevention, physical and emotional support and education.
I want to lose fat, what shall I do?
Reduce stress, tweak your diet and increase your level of activity. Living in a high-stress environment can seriously mess your hormone levels up, especially cortisol, that can prevent you from performing well during your training sessions. Hormonal imbalances could put a handbrake on your weight loss. Optimising your diet such as improving the quality of your meals, controlling portion sizes or adjusting your macronutrient intake could help you shift those extra kilos. Introducing more physical activity into your lifestyle will elevate your daily energy requirements. To fuel the increased energy demand your body’s going to use/burn sugars and stored fat thus resulting in weight loss. Frequency and intensity are extremely important when it comes to training. Too little and you won’t see results, too much and you’ll batter your body.
What type of training shall I do?
The training method you chose must be goal specific. If you want to lose weight HIIT (high-intensity interval training), METCON (metabolic conditioning) or SSC (steady-state cardio) could be the solution. To build robustness and increase power output you should consider strength and conditioning training (resistance training/ weight lifting). If you want to move faster and improve your coordination, you need to get into SAQ (speed, agility and quickness) training. To develop and enhance your skills in a certain sport will require sport-specific training methods, i.e.: to master a killer forehand shot in tennis, you need to go to the court and actually practice that forehand shot over and over again.
How often can I work out? Can I train every day?
If the goal is to improve general fitness then probably three to four sessions will do the job. The bigger the goals are, the more training is required. Think about pro athletes, often training five/six days a week, sometimes twice a day. Working out hardcore every day might not be a good idea as overtraining can cause more harm than good. However, being physically active every day is a massive contributor to a healthy lifestyle.
Should I eat before my session? If yes, what to eat?
This truly comes down to personal preferences. Some people will have to eat before training, especially if the session is later in the day. Some prefer to train on an empty stomach. I recommend experimenting a bit and figuring qout what works for you. What I would suggest avoiding is a large meal before your workout. A full stomach can create a lot of discomforts while exercising, therefore try to stick to a light snack, that gives you a bit of an energy boost like a banana, dates, slices of toast with some avocado or a smoothie.
Is diet really that important?
I’m afraid yes! And I don’t only mean the number of calories we take in, but the quality of the foods and drinks we ingest too. High quality, organic foods, and freshly made healthy meals & beverages will promote health and maximise results. The right balance of macro and micronutrients will help to fuel your activities and optimise recovery (the repair and rebuild phase). Consuming an adequate amount of nutrients (being mindful about calories) is necessary to control mass gain or weight loss.
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LUXURIOUS INDOOR FEEL
Our units are beautifully deigned and feel just as luxurious as any hotel wash room. Perfect for that special day
All our toilet units are covered by liability insurance and we'll always have someone on call just in case something goes wrong.
We'll make sure you have the right toilets for your event. Delivery and collections are quick and efficient, leaving you hassle free.