Personal Fitness

Your training always starts with where you are today, with a range of options to suit your needs (and budget!), including…

Stretch and Roll
– learn how to use your foam roller and other self-myofascial release techniques effectively
one-off £50, includes basic mobility assessment

Postural Analysis
– find out which muscles are preventing you from moving well and ideas for how to improve things
£75, includes full mobility assessment and ‘prescription’

Personal Training
– working with you to find a sustainable routine to keep you moving well and feeling great
£50 per hour; 6-week packages from £250

Or why not train with a friend or two? If you’ve similar fitness goals, small-group PT might be a cost-effective way for you to motivate each other while enjoying the full-attention of a personal trainer. 6 weeks from £120 per person in a group of 3

I am a qualified and insured Personal Trainer and Gym Instructor, with additional qualifications in Circuit Training, Outdoor Fitness and Suspension Systems. I am also a specialist Coach in Running Fitness.

Always keeping it fun and interesting!

I didn’t know what I was letting myself in for, but really chuffed with myself!

I love the fact that we can choose to work as hard as we want

Running in the hot hot heat

It’s hot and, if you’re training for a particular event, there might not be much you can do to avoid running in the heat. If you do ‘need’ to run*, there are some things you can do to help keep you safe:– avoid the hottest parts of the day (11am-3pm)– make sure you’re hydrated the…

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Love your feet!

We’ve been talking about painful feet in training this week. As runners, we spend a lot of time on them, but how well do we care for them? I have a friend who sees a chiropodist regularly (pandemics notwithstanding) and she swears by the foot massage for running. For some of us (i.e. me!), the…

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Build good muscles

You’re an athlete. You know that bones move because muscles pull on them. You know that the stronger a muscle, the greater the force it can exert. How can we use this knowledge to help us to be better runners? 1. Motor skills How familiar are you with your body? Do you know which muscles…

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