6 Week Lifestyle Change & Weight Loss Programme


6 Week Lifestyle Change & Weight Loss Package £295

  • 1 private PT session a week
  • Home training programme
  • Full nutrition plan
  • Recipe book
  • Hormone guide
  • Support via text, email, phone
  • Training programme via our iPhone/Android app
  • Access to our client log-in area for more information, recipes, meal plans, training plans etc

All training sessions are conducted at my private fitness studio in Birstall, located conveniently between Leeds and Bradford.

Contact me here to enquire or message me via my Facebook page here

If you are fed up with being overweight and are looking to take your first steps into fitness and weight loss with a personal trainer then my 6 Week Lifestyle Change & Weight Loss Programme could be just what you’ve been looking for.


Danny Sroda: Age 22


Danny Sroda: Age 27

My training philosophy is all about lifestyle change. I know what it takes to make the changes you want to make because I’ve done it myself. Here’s what I looked like at age 22 a naturally skinny young lad!

But here’s me at age 27, just five years later – overweight from a lack of exercise and a diet of Caffrey’s, pies and cigarettes. But then I turned it round. Around 20 months later, I’d lost most of the weight and put on some muscle.

My 6 week programme will introduce you to the basics of fitness (strength training, hypertrophy, calisthenics, cardio etc) that helped me get fit and lose weight.

We will also cover nutrition and get you fully clued-up on what you should be eating for a long-term, lifestyle based approach to healthy eating. Most importantly, you’ll begin to see how making health and fitness a priority in your daily routine can change your life for the better.


Danny Sroda: 2016

Without wanting to over-dramatise, this kind of change saves lives – so many people have stopped smoking after starting training with me, not to mention the other benefits of exercise and not eating chemical-laden food. The basics you’ll learn will help you to keep fit, regardless of whether you’re at home or away with work or on holiday.

I promise that this stuff works, and it’s not rocket science! All it takes is a desire to apply the knowledge that you’ll acquire. Here’s me in 2016 – fitness is now a huge part of my life!

My Head

Danny Sroda: Age 27, 28, 36

You can make progress fast if you work hard, but I stress that I don’t offer a “Get ripped in 8 weeks” type plan – what’s the point in getting ripped in 8 weeks if you’re back to square one after 16 weeks! My  Lifestyle Change & Weight Loss Programme is about long-term, sustainable health and fitness. It’s about looking in the mirror or getting dressed up for a night out and feeling happy with yourself. I know I feel a lot happier now in my thirties  than I did in my twenties!

The best thing about a lifestyle approach is once you get into it, it really takes the pressure off and you can enjoy your training. I do everything from bicep curls to Olympic lifting, handstands, rowing, running and generally having loads of fun getting stronger and fitter! Looking good is a great bi-product of feeling good and being fit, healthy and strong. Check out Aslam’s progress over a six month period. He’s changed everything and improved so much, in strength, diet, health, weight loss and overall fitness.

Aslam Progress

You can achieve fantastic results with regular exercise, a solid nutrition plan and a long-term vision for a healthy, happy, confident life. If you follow the exercise programme and diet plan then you’ll make fantastic progress.

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  1. Michael  - January 2, 2016 - 7:42 pm
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    Hi I’m 52 zero muscle definition is it too late to build any at my age ? I’m not over weight and generally slim but I can sort the weight out my self it’s my skinny arms that I would like to improve. I am unfit at the moment but can be very motivated when it comes to general fitness ive spent lots of time running both on treadmills and outside in the past . I have to be honest here I had a bad accident when I was 26 breaking both arms the left one with compound fracture I do have some disability but difficult to notice . What do you think?

    • Danny Sroda  - January 5, 2016 - 11:24 pm
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      Hi Michael.

      Sure it can be done. Check out a lady I follow in the US. https://www.facebook.com/LiftingMySpirits/?fref=ts

      She is 51 year old school teacher and decided in her late 40’s to build some muscle. If she can do it, so can you – and anyone else.

      Some caveats.

      1, It won’t happen overnight. Put aside at least 6 months of hard training and good nutrition to see any noticeable difference. To get arms like you see on TV, without steroids or HGH, think 3-5 years or so. Unless you’re not bothered about being lean and having big arms, then just train hard and eat your TDEE plus 500-750 calories and you’ll get big arms but also put on lots of body fat.

      Check out my Facebook page for more tips – https://www.facebook.com/TheRealFitnessCoach

      You can also sign up for online training with me here: http://www.dspersonaltrainer.co.uk/online-personal-trainer/

  2. Nicola  - May 17, 2016 - 7:34 am
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    I wonder if you could me, I have been going to weight watchers for the best part of 4 1/2 years, I go to Morley gym at least 5 to 6 times a week, with a combination of circuit training and using the cross trainer, I have just recently moved to Birstall and I have been doing the park run on a Saturday morning, I do enjoy running.,. but I need something different, as I want to lose weight and tone up, I am not looking for a quick fix, but, my current plan isnt working and my weight is going up and up and I dont want to look and feel like this – so just wondered if you could help me?

    I look forward to hearing from you.


  3. Jo  - September 16, 2016 - 7:30 am
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    Hi. I have just found your website and due to looking at the options of hiring a personal trainer, I would like to ask about the cost of your 6 week personal training plan, and what payment options are offered. (weekly / monthly, credit card, etc).

    Thank you in advance. Jo.

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