There is no such thing as a one size fits all approach to personal training.

That’s why the programmes I design are completely bespoke and cater for a wide spectrum of people and lifestyles.

My clients come from all walks of life. From school-age children, to mums wanting to get their shape back after having a baby, to serious athletes, everyone’s goals and targets are different. Whether you want to lose weight or build muscle, train for an event, or just increase your general fitness, I can help.

Free initial consultation

I begin by carrying out a full consultation session with you, taking time to understand what it is you want to achieve. I also conduct a full assessment of your health and fitness levels, giving us a baseline to work from in your programme. This session is free and gives us the chance to get to know each other.

Building your programme

The programme I design will be completely based around you and what you want to achieve. I will work around you. If you prefer to have your training sessions in your local park out in the fresh air, or like me you’re a busy parent who works from home and has children to care for, my time is completely centred around your goals. I will simply help you reach them.

Depending on what you want to achieve, your programme could include some of the following elements:

Strengthening Your Core Muscles

This will help you tone up and make you stronger. It will also increase the rate that you burn fat, making it easier to lose weight.

Body Sculpting

Helps to increase flexibility, improve posture and alleviate muscular tension.

Building Aerobic Fitness

Combining cardio exercise with resistance training helps to burn calories and improves your fitness levels.

Structured Weight Loss Programme

I can give you a detailed nutritional plan which when combined with our ‘one–to–one’ exercise sessions, will help you lose weight and look and feel great – inside and out. This will help you tone up and make you stronger. It will also increase the rate that you burn fat, making it easier to lose weight.



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Sets and Reps

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends 1 set of 8-12 repetitions, 2-3 times per week for each large muscle group. This recommendation is for the average person wanting to improve muscular strength and endurance. If you have more specific goals, however, speak to me for a more accurate and personalised approach.

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