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Personal Training


If you're reading this the likelihood is you've already decided to commit to making a positive change to your life or have a specific goal you want to achieve.  You're now just looking for the right person to enable that change and unlock your potential.  Someone to motivate, encourage and support you with expert advice based on the latest sports science.

Your motivations for seeking out a personal trainer will be unique to you.  As such, the training needs to be as unique as you are and it needs to fit in alongside everything else life throws at you.  A successful exercise programme is bespoke to you and one you can adhere to for the long term.


For these reasons, right from the first contact, my aim is to understand your goals, what makes you tick, your strengths, weaknesses, likes and dislikes.  Your history of injuries and any health issues that need to be considered.  And importantly, the time you have for exercise.


Working with me you'll gain my full commitment to help you achieve your goals whatever they are.  Because that's what motivates me.  We all look for job satisfaction, a purpose to our work.  And for me it's seeing people succeed, achieving those things they didn't think possible and knowing I played a part in that.

I demand a lot of myself to achieve my goals.  I'm dedicated, determined and disciplined in my training and apply the same principles to progressing my clients to enable them to achieve their goals too.  In return I expect the same level of commitment from my clients.

So, perhaps I'm the right personal trainer for you?  Or maybe not, and that's cool.  But the only way to really find out is to get in contact with me now to arrange an initial chat.  You can also take a read of what some of my clients have to say about working with me.


And the great outdoors.

Full disclosure.  All personal training sessions with me are held outdoors.  I appreciate the fresh air, sunshine*, Vitamin D, open space, trees, the smell of freshly cut grass, birds chirping and the occasional inquisitive visit from a friendly dog aren't to everyone's taste.  They seek the wonders of a cramped, sweaty gym filled with the sounds of heavy bass music, grunting exercisers and discarded barbells crashing to the ground.  And that's fine.

But don't you agree we spend way too much time indoors?  That just isn't healthy.  Indeed the mental and physical health benefits of being outdoors, connecting with nature are well understood.  You can review some of the 114,000,000 Google search results if you need convincing.


*Ok, so there's the odd session in the rain (but having done this for 2 years now, I can honestly say, surprisingly they are few and far between), and it's a bit fresher in the winter.  It is Scotland after all.