Whether it’s starting out, joining in with group exercise or improving your sporting performance I can provide a service to meet your goals.


There are many benefits to being fit and healthy, with exercise being a great way to achieve this. It has been widely proven that exercise, even at moderate intensities and accumulated throughout the day can have the following benefits, as stated on the NHS choices website:


Lowers the risk of:

  • Coronary heart disease and stroke

  • Type two diabetes

  • Colon cancer

  • Breast cancer

  • Early death

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Hip fracture

  • Falls

  • Depression

  • Dementia


There are also other great benefits to staying active and fit which can have a great impact on your quality of life:

  • Controls weight

  • Combats health conditions and diseases

  • Improves mood

  • Boosts energy

  • Promotes better sleep

  • An outlet to socialise and meet new people


If you intend to start exercise, join a group exercise session or are currently engaged in exercise but wanting to gain more from your routine I can help.


Personal training is a great way to start exercise for those that don’t like big commercial gyms and want a personal, non-judgmental approach to getting active, whatever your goals may be.  For those that want to gain more from their current training programs, whether it be to reach personal targets like weight lose, to complete a newly made fitness goal like run a 5k or marathon, or to improve their performance in the recreational or competitive sport.


If you like socialising and the support from participating in group exercise then this may be for you. Exercise in a group gives you the enjoyment of meeting others in your position or to work out within a group of your friends.


If you are currently taking part in sport at a competitive level then you can gain the edge in your performance though athlete conditioning. With a back ground in many competitive sports and a trained strength and conditioning coach I understand what it requires to gain a well-rounded performer that has longevity in their athletic career. It is not just about gaining the short term performance gains but also making you or your team more robust and aware of your bodies’, reducing injuries and gaining sustainable performance gains.