I’ve been a full time Personal Trainer since 1997 with an overwhelming desire to show people that becoming fitter and healthier doesn’t have to be repetitive and boring but can actually be fun.
My speciality is helping people move better, so what does that mean for you?
Moving better means anything from recovering to full fitness after injury, alleviating the stiff and sore joints after a day of sitting in front of a computer, being able to play and run after your children or grandchildren, having much better balance, enjoying an active pastime like gardening or making a significant difference to your sporting performance. Of course, moving better also means you become fitter and can burn more calories to help you lose weight.
At one extreme, my “obsession” with movement has helped clients in their 70s and 80s lead more active lives and aided people’s recovery from injury at any age. At the other extreme, I’ve helped people improve the performance of their chosen sport at amateur club level right up to national level.
In between these extremes are people of all ages and fitness levels.