Health transformation by
Ian Colley of Primal Fit
What sets them apart
Ian grew up in London and liked nothing more than playing football in the local park. He carried on with football through secondary school. At the age of 18 he began to take karate classes and gained his blackbelt 1st dan after six years of training, this culminated in him becoming a member of the England karate team in a competition against neighbouring Wales, where he won a silver medal. Ian’s love of travel and fitness led him to college where he studied Leisure and Tourism. After he left college he travelled extensively through Asia, finally settling in Hong Kong. In 2009 he became an American Council on Exercise (ACE) personal trainer. Then in 2010 he studied Fitness and Exercise, gaining a Bachelor of Science degree. Ian has played many sports over the years and incorporates what he has learned into his Primal Fit workouts – his philosophy is to train hard but also to train smart! Primal Fit incorporates innovative workouts, no two days are ever the same. Qualifications; BSc. (Hons) WBL Fitness and Exercise, ACE. Certified PT, Kyokushin Karate: Blackbelt 1st Dan & Kettlebell Level 1 instructor.
Why they became a Trainer
To help people make a change.
Be able to train in the gym, at home using floor sliders. Gain an increased knowledge of exercises, workouts which can be fun as well as rewarding.
Provided for you
Direct access to The Primal Fit Cardio Blast Workout.
One hour of tough but fun training gives you a great feeling for the rest of the day. A mix of people, from all ages and backgrounds makes it one of the hours in the week that I certainly continue to look forward too. They offer other times/days as well. Pieter, Sai Ying Pun
Having had unpleasant experiences with gyms in HK, I was apprehensive joining boot camp/circuit training at first. But I am glad I made the switch. Ian and team Primal Fit are dedicated and knowledgeable, thank you for making it fun and helping me stay fit! Samantha, Central
If you have a prior injury or ailment always seek initial medical advice before beginning any exercise programme.