For the last twelve years, I’ve been a part of the fitness industry. It all started at LA Fitness as a fitness instructor, where I was able to develop my skills and passion for this business. I went on to travel the world, working on five different luxury cruise ships, further extending my existing skill base as well as other areas of the industry such as personal training, presenting seminars and deepening my knowledge of the nutritional aspects of fitness.

On my return, I was employed at the prestigious ‘Equinox’ Health Club in Kensington. Here I had the opportunity to work with some of London’s elite as well as train high-profile clients. I returned to Loughborough to be close to my family and have developed a loyal client base at Legacy Training.

Something I pride myself on as a trainer is helping my clients achieve the results they have always wanted. I genuinely care about them reaching their goals. My clients are my walking advertisement, and I will do my utmost to ensure they reach their goals.

I have always believed as a trainer that in order to advise someone how to be in great shape, you have to be in great shape yourself. That is why I will always practise what I preach.  I continuously learn new training methods, and try different techniques on myself, to see what is most effective and what isn’t.

Getting in great shape is more than just physical, it can really transform your confidence and mentality for everything in life.

I truly believe in a work-life balance. I love the finer things in life. Good food (pie and mash!), good wine, and holidays. I always say to my clients that it’s important to find the right balance that fits your lifestyle. Monday to Friday, I enjoy training and eating healthy foods; and at the weekends I enjoy a meal out and some leisure time with my family. Experience tells me that if you deprive yourself of certain things, that it’s not going to be sustainable. A healthy work-life balance is so important to your overall well-being.