I’ve been into fitness training since 1992, when my dad died aged only 50. He didn’t look after his health, and paid the ultimate price. I was 15 at the time, and vowed I wouldn’t let that happen to me.

Regular exercise and good nutrition have given me a fantastic sense of physical, mental and emotional wellbeing. This is a gift I’m passionate about sharing with my clients. It’ll not only benefit you, but your loved ones as well.

Prior to becoming a personal trainer, I found myself always being asked by others at my gym for advice, and I got great pleasure in helping them out.

Then one day, my aunt asked if I could help her get in shape to fit into a dress for a wedding. I devised a rigorous programme which worked wonders. Not only did she look great and fit into the dress, but in her mid-50s and in less than a month, she progressed from being able to do only 2 minutes on a cross-trainer machine, to 30 minutes a day.

I got such a buzz out of helping someone achieve their goal. Soon after, I enrolled in the UK’s leading personal training institution: Premier Training International.

As a personal trainer, I pride myself on the following 10 points:

- Achieving results.

- Inspiring clients by example.

- Constantly varying workouts.

- Being available to clients anytime.

- Ensuring clients enjoy themselves.

- Having an excellent rapport with clients.

- Training wherever convenient for clients.

- Very competitive prices and special offers.

- Devising programmes specific to clients’ needs.

- Enabling clients to achieve more than they thought they could.